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Weekend Link Love – Edition 9

Blogger 60 in 3 extols the virtues of a sloooow workout to speed up results.

Adventures in Ethics and Science profiles a recent article that explores the wild world of our sense of taste…and how food companies plan to exploit it for their own gains.

Calorie Lab blasts the Center for Consumer Freedom for their recent portrayal of the nation’s obesity epidemic as nothing more than hype!

A guest blogger at Diabetes Mine shares her story about learning how important exercise and diet is in controlling diabetes.

Diet Blog offers a nutritional guide for overcoming common sports injuries.

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Weekend Link Love – Edition 8

Fitsugar has a plan that will have you doing 100 push-ups in only 6 weeks.

Gearing up for a vacation? Blogger A Hearty Life profiles a study suggesting that a trip isn’t just good for the mind, it actually improves the heart!

Arthur DeVany posts a cute cartoon with a not-so-cute message about our future.

Cranky Fitness issues a call to scientists to please get cracking on a few developments she thinks would revolutionize the way we live.

Diabetes Notes profiles a study suggesting that our nation’s childhood obesity epidemic is going to, within a few years, lead to an epidemic of type 2 diabetes.

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Weekend Link Love – Edition 7

Every weekend we bring you some of our favorite health related content from around the net.

But first, check out a piece Mark wrote for Fitness Black Book titled Why We Need Meat.

Almost Vegetarian this week celebrated the FDA’s lifting of the tomato warning by handing us a new info for the once-exiled food.

Conditioning Research profiles a new study suggesting that training at the same time every day can boost performance.

In Denial Health profiles the top five health food myths.

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Weekend Link Love – Edition 6

Diethack proposes a junk food elimination plan that promises to slim your rear but fatten your wallet.

FitSugar discusses the concept of “forced repetitions” and whether they might be right for you.

InDenial Health gives us tips that’ll keep even the most unmotivated person motivated to keep working out.

Laurel on Health Food discusses the dangers of corn and its various derivatives.

Janet at Adventures in Ethics and Science reviews the book Ethics {for the real world}: Creating a personal code to guide decisions in work and life, and has a little trouble with the fact that the authors won’t acknowledge the concept of moral dilemmas.

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Weekend Link Love – Edition 5

Here are some of the latest and greatest blog posts from some of the best health blogs around. Enjoy!

Conditioning Research teaches us what happens when red meat and red wine interact in the stomach.

The folks over at Diet Blog give us tips for staying active while we’re on vacation.

FitSugar teaches us how to do a multi-tasking tipping row.

Debs at Food is Love, meanwhile, briefs us on how to make a wholesome meal if your short on money and even shorter on time!

Hot on the heels of news that Burger King is releasing a “healthy” kids meal, HealthBolt examines whether kiddie meals are really worth it.

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Weekend Link Love – Edition 4

A Hearty Life briefs us on a new study suggesting that our socioeconomic standing in life determines our likelihood to recover from a heart attack!

Cognitive Daily is undergoing a site redesign an invites you to weigh in on the topics you’d most like to have them blog about.

Conditioning Research evaluated a study by Canadian researchers suggesting that almonds may be the key to reducing insulin fluctuations.

Dr. Briffa tells us why we need to keep up our Vitamin D (hint: it could save your life!).

Fitness Destinations gives us 11 tips for cooking out without pigging out (a great post toread before heading out to your 4th of July celebration!).

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Weekend Link Love – Edition 3

60 in 3 gave us some great tips on how to get your day off to a good start.

Arthur De Vany calls out the average American diet for the fad that it is!

Blog of Herbs gives us a cure for the dreaded Buffet Syndrome (and other culinary over-indulgences!)

Blogger Burning the Scale reviews the book, In Defense of Food¸ which details the value of eating, well, real food!

The Calorie Lab gives us a run-down of the latest summer diet fads featured in women’s magazines.

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Weekend Link Love – Edition 2

Whole Health Source examines atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries) among Masai men.

Thinking of doing some yard work this weekend? Follow In Denial Health’s advice for preventing back injuries.

Highlight Health gives us some great tips to help fend off a snack attack.

Conditioning Research tells us to catch some Zzzz’s if we want to improve our athletic performance.

Struggling with eating clean? Then log on to commiserate with Lean and Hungry Fitness, who just finished six weeks of wholesome dining!

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Weekend Link Love – Edition 1

60 in 3 shares healthy ideas for how to spend your weekend.

I ate a pie offers up the good, the bad, and the delicious on fruit treats to enjoy this summer.

The IF Life explains why you can healthily (and naturally) skip breakfast.

Modern Forager dishes up ten common/uncommon cooking oils (and how to use ‘em!).

Conditioning Research suggests some great alternatives for full contact twists.

Fitness Black Book rants on “core” obsession.

Robb Wolf highlights paleo diet vs. multiple sclerosis.

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Wednesday Link Love

Sugar Causes Premature Wrinkling – Back in Skinny Jeans

The Flawed BMI: a Pictorial Guide to Real Women – Flickr via Diet Blog

‘Crazy Vegan’ Teacher Pushes Diet on Kids: the Scoop – Veggie Chic

Crabby Is Happy. We Are Confused. – Cranky Fitness

Health Benefits of Pumpkin Seeds (plus a fresh new page design) – Interactive Health

Bored Tastebuds? Try These 10 Unexpected Health Foods! – Laurel on Health Food

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