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  1. HindeSight #8: Study Raises New Concerns Over How Energy Drinks Might Affect Veterans With PTSD

    . Study Raises New Concerns Over How Energy Drinks Might Affect Veterans With PTSD  Many veterans have experienced the side effects of high-caffeine energy drinks in order to stay awake during training and combat. Unfortunately, experts are now saying, "Anything over about 400mg of caffeine a day could lead to insomnia, rapid heartbeat and anxiety." Watch the entire NBC News...
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  2. LIFEAID Staff Tackles Beach Clean-Up in Honor of Earth Day

    LIFEAID Staff Tackles Beach Clean-Up in Honor of Earth Day
    The LIFEAID Beverage Co. staff took to the streets and beaches of their local community in Santa Cruz, California, this past Friday, April 19, in honor of Earth Day. With trash bags and grabbers in hand, the crew walked the 3-mile loop to the beach area from their office headquarters in the Old Wrigley building off Mission Street. Employees brought...
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  3. HindeSight #6: How to Use Nootropics to Feel More Like Yourself (Plus, How to Manage Your Ego & Live Longer!)

    . FITAID Athlete Sara Sigmundsdóttir Wins Worldwide OPEN, Punching Her Ticket For Redemption at the 2019 Reebok CrossFit Games After a disappointing injury forced Sara Sigmundsdóttir to withdraw early from last year's CrossFit© Games, in Madison, Wisconsin, fans can finally breathe a huge sigh of relief. She's back and stronger than ever! Read the full article here. . . How to Use Nootropics...
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  4. HindeSight #5: The #1 Key to Getting Your Team Noticed

    . ENTREPRENEURSHIP: "It’s like a man riding a lion. People look at him and think: This person’s really got it together! This person’s brave. And the person riding the lion is thinking: How the hell did I get on a lion, and how do I keep from getting eaten?” —Toby Thomas, CEO of EnSite Solutions, The Psychological Price of Entrepreneurship...
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  5. How Big Tobacco Hooked Children on Sugary Drinks

    How Big Tobacco Hooked Children on Sugary Drinks
    Article by Andrew Jacobs | The New York Times | March 14, 2019 Researchers combing through archives discovered that cigarette makers had applied their marketing wizardry to sweetened beverages and turned generations of children into loyal customers. What do these ads featuring Joe Camel, Kool-Aid Man and the maniacal mascot for Hawaiian Punch have in common? All three were created by Big...
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  6. HindeSight #3: Just One Energy Drink Can Increase Heart Attack Risk

    Just One Energy Drink Can Increase Heart Attack Risk Are your athletes hooked on pre-workout energy drinks with 300mg of caffeine, added sugar and artificial junk? According to this article in Men's Health, "Sugar and caffeine in can form is even worse for you than previously thought — Just one energy drink can increase heart attack risk. They’re bad for your liver, your...
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  7. 5 Incredible Facts About Ginger Root

    5 Incredible Facts About Ginger Root
    Excerpts taken from original article by Lauren Venosta | The Chopra Center | Ginger is a flowering plant and its official name is Zingiber officinale. The rhizome, more commonly known as the root, is what you are likely familiar with. The root is spicy and peppery in flavor, with loads of medicinal properties. It’s used all over the world in culinary and clinical applications—both...
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  8. Just One Energy Drink Can Increase Heart Attack Risk

    Just One Energy Drink Can Increase Heart Attack Risk
    BY ANNIE HAYES | Aug. 11, 2018 According to a recent Men's Health article, "Sugar and caffeine in can form is even worse for you than previously thought—Just one energy drink can increase heart attack risk. They’re bad for your liver, your waistline, your teeth, and they can even harm your mental health, causing depression, headaches and irritability. "But if you need...
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  9. How to Improve Your Jump Rope Technique with MobilityWOD's Kelly Starrett

    How to Improve Your Jump Rope Technique with MobilityWOD's Kelly Starrett
    We all know that jumping rope is a great way to: Stay fit & healthy Improve cardiovascular health, coordination & bone density Burn calories in a portable, fun way But how do we get better at this simple exercise with proven health benefits? In this video, MobilityWOD guru Kelly Starrett provides helpful tips to help improve your "Jump Rope Mechanics...
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  10. Bigger, Saltier, Heavier: Fast Food Since 1986 in 3 Simple Charts

    Bigger, Saltier, Heavier: Fast Food Since 1986 in 3 Simple Charts
    Source: The New York Times by Tiffany HSU | March 3, 2019 Adding lighter fare like salads to the usual burgers and fries has meant more options for time-pressed diners. But the meals are largely less healthy now, a new study finds. “The big picture is that there have been some positive changes,” one researcher said of fast food menus...
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