What If You Are Allergic To Milk?Written by Novi White
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Again, there are still no medications to cure allergy. The only key to prevent symptoms of any allergy is to avoid allergens. In case of milk allergy, a person with this allergy of course should stay away from foods containing cow’s milk protein because even a very small quantity of milk protein may trigger symptoms. This will surely make a very uncomfortable condition.
If a person with milk allergy is worried about not getting sufficient nutrition for body, there’s always a way to solve it. The important thing is to consume an adequate amount of calcium as milk’s substitute. Seafood, green vegetables (spinach, broccoli), and fish (salmon, sardines) are great sources of calcium.
You can find products related to milk allergy and those that support absorption of calcium on Internet. This is certainly a perfect way to compare many products.
Novi White writes health articles on various publications. She has been working with doctors for their research publications. You can visit her Website MyAllergyGuide.com at http://www.myallergyguide.com
The Elusive Six-PackWritten by Dave Soucy
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Next, do not waste your money on those infomercial contraptions that promise 'great abs in just minutes a day' or 'great abs without effort' or any other promise that sounds too good to be true. The only thing to believe about those infomercials is that not a single one of well paid actors and models in them got their perfect bodies by using those worthless devices. Most of products you see are poorly designed and often do not even target abdominal muscles, instead focusing on hip flexor muscles. All you need for an effective abdominal workout is enough space for a mat on floor and proper instruction. Throw in an inexpensive stability ball and you can add a whole new dimension and challenge to your workouts.
Finally, reality is that for vast majority of us, 'six pack' is already there. Unfortunately for that same vast majority, our body fat levels do not allow it to be seen. Despite what ads and infomercials will tell you, it is not possible to spot reduce amount of fat covering certain areas of your body, no matter how many crunches, side bends, or repetitions with some silly device you do. By themselves, exercises targeting these muscles will make muscles themselves stronger, but do little, if anything, to shrink layer of body fat covering them. The key to achieving that lower level of body fat is through a program of healthy, balanced nutrition, combined with moderate aerobic exercise and basic resistance training that targets all of major muscle groups in your body, in addition to your ‘abs’. So, next time you catch yourself watching those late night infomercials, realize that is actually how those actors got those perfect bodies, and not by using those worthless products they are trying to get you to waste your money on.
Dave Soucy, Fitness Consultant and Certified Personal Trainer, is the owner of Perfect Fit, LLC.
Dave can be reached at (603) 641-8297, via email at email@example.com, or through www.perfectfitonline.com