Just had my second nerve conduction test done and no nerve damage from the fusion, okay so where did this sciatic nerve pain all of a sudden come from? I've been told that the heat and the meds help and they do to a certain point but what do I do when crying don't help?View Thread
the multivitamin the future I really believe it when you combine that with bind so you don't reabsorbed the product that's when you have something absolutely magical that works Absolute Garcinia now I said before I ended I want to give you some clues and how I use it in the beginning of treatment Atypically like to go half those with it because I want to just raise go to File just did to help down regulate inflammation I don't want to push detoxification until maybe month 2013 sometimes 14 so I put them on maybe one or two pills a day maybe one or two bind before bed then once I want to start pushing the cell that the talks once I prepare their downstream pathways their liver in their kitty ultimately I often put people on L liver all always on if in the first month KS kidney I want to support these pathways maybe support the lymphatic system or some other areas that you feel are necessary I'm pretty good bacteria so you know then the new product the MBC L got we want to get that close down those tight junctions I want to prepare the pathways before start pushingintercell at the talks right you know so and then maybe down the .
Been doing lower body workouts but would like to hit upper body too. What kind of workouts can I do if I have a shoulder injury? Specifically,the supraspinatus in my right shoulder is 50% torn.View Thread
When I exercise, I sweat pretty good. I drive 25 minutes back home to shower. The upper area of my back across my shoulders and the upper neck area near my hairline is breaking out with acne. What kind of clothing, or patch, or wrap, or anything, can I put on or around my shoulders to pull the sweat away from my skin? Should I wear a certain type of shirt? Thanks for any advice - I'll try anything!View Thread
Hello I am a 23 year old who has always been a little bit overweight. Im trying to get into shape and my biggest barrier is that im a picky eater. Anybody have recommendations as to some simple healthy things to try?View Thread
I am a 53 year old female with no energy or will power. I am nervous that I may not follow through with a weight loss plan. The big reason is that I love sweet snacks. Any suggestions as to what kinds of healthy, fulfilling snacks I should have for sweet cravings?View Thread
I just recently purchased the BowFlex Treadclimber TC20 for my wife and myself and I was just wondering what kind of success stories people have had with this equipment. I use it 5 times a week for a duration of about 40 minutes a day.View Thread
I typically alternate what type of exercise I do, usually one day is high intensity cardio (sometimes HIIT) and the next day is typically all over strength training. I will also throw in a yoga/stretching day occasionally. Is this going to hinder my ability to lose weight? I'm not sure if I should be doing both cardio and strength in the same day. It really comes down to time for me, I can fit in what I feel is a good amount of one or the other, but most days it wouldn't be both, unless I cut down the amount of time I spend on each workout.
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