Health Benefits of Owning a Dog (And Why You Need to Adopt!)

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Health Benefits of Owning a Dog (And Why You Need to Adopt!)Organic Health, Probiotic, Running and Fitness

by Scot Mills on April 4, 2018 with Comments Off on Health Benefits of Owning a Dog (And Why You Need to Adopt!)

Yes, your best canine friend may smell bad at times, especially after finding something nice and stinky to roll in. But, is this something which you should worry about making you sick, or are there health benefits of owning a dog? The short answer is yes, there are health benefits of owning a dog. And, for a variety of …

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Running is Bad For You (And Why You Should Run Anyway)

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Running is Bad For You (And Why You Should Run Anyway)Organic Health, Running and Fitness

by Scot Mills on July 6, 2017 with 2 comments

Okay, so we always hear about the effects of long distance running on the body–about how its bad for your longevity, and that there is a correlation between our sport and heart attacks. But how can all of this be true? After all, aren’t there a lot of health benefits to marathon running? And what about the weight …

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You’re Not a Caveman–Don’t Eat Like One (The Paleo Diet, and Why No Diets Work)

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You’re Not a Caveman–Don’t Eat Like One (The Paleo Diet, and Why No Diets Work)Diet, Healthy Eating, Organic Health, Running and Fitness

by Scot Mills on June 15, 2017 with 2 comments

Weight loss dieting is big business in the United States. In fact, it is estimated that Americans spend around $35 billion each year on dieting and diet products, making it one of the most lucrative industries in America, and with new fad diets for quick weight loss popping up all the time. However, the best diet …

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The Gym is Boring. Here’s What to Do About It.

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The Gym is Boring. Here’s What to Do About It.Organic Health, Running and Fitness

by Scot Mills on June 6, 2017 with 8 comments

You hit the gym every day. You genuinely love the exertion, and the sweet endorphin buzz really is the only to relax after a hard day on the job. You value physical fitness, you’re disciplined, dedicated, and being healthy and in shape is just part of who you are. However, there is just one problem: Along with …

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