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You've had a physical, gotten the green light and made the determination to get healthier. The next thing to do is just..well, get out there and start doing it. This doesn't mean that you have to go out tomorrow and jog 4 miles. Start small and work your way up. Tonight, go for a 1/2 mile walk. Do it again tomorrow. And again the next day. Keep going, ...


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My advice is that controlling one's diet trumps any level of physical exercise you can do, unless you are already physically fit. That is to say, for inactive to moderately active individuals, one's diet has much more influence on health than how much one exercises. Of course, this is not a rationale to avoid exercise. Quite the contrary: it is essential ...


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Sure, it's a valid resting HR, but I don't think it's what you want. It is going to be different than a resting HR taken while you're awake, which is the generally accepted usable number. Other than academic interest or determining disease patterns (Generally done with a Holter monitor), I can't think of anything that uses a sleeping RHR as a base.


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There's little danger in performing cardio at any adult age as long as the safety standards are followed. Every exercise you perform has a proper way of it being executed; do it that way and you would not have any exercise-related injury. Since the doctor already told you there's nothing wrong with you, you have no reason to fear. The paranoia in you is ...


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The health benefits from being active are just too big to ignore; not only will you feel better, but you will age slower than those who are more sedentary. I would recommend against jogging; it can be hard on the joints, especially for those with some extra weight, but more importantly, it's hard to do, and the harder the activity is, the more likely you ...


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Either or my friend. Makes no difference. The cholesterol in eggs will cause you zero harm. This is a myth. In fact, it will likely help you. Read this article. Why Egg Yolks Are Good For You: The Perfect Protein Source by Poliquinâ„¢ Editorial Staff 11/5/2013 12:16:49 PM Eggs are the perfect source of protein. They score highest on four scientific scales ...


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Palpitations can be a result of many things going on with your heart. Atrial Fibrillation, 1st 2nd or 3rd degree heart blocks, and a few others come to mind. The important thing to note is any time you heart starts doing something abnormal, even if you aren't sure if it is a normal response, CALL YOUR DOCTOR. Most exercise induced palpitations can be worked ...



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