5 Important Reasons To Workout

                                 Author Joe Antouri PROPTA.com [twitter_follow username=”http://twitter.com/joeantouri” language=”en”]   Our busy daily lives leave little time and let’s face it energy to workout. But if you keep in mind these 5 reasons to incorporate a workout into your life, you will […]

5 Steps To A Healthier Heart

       Author Joe Antouri March 6, 2017,   PROPTA.com  [twitter url=”http://www.twitter.com/joeantouri” style=”horizontal” float=”left”]  Take care of your heart             Do you take care of your Kids? Of course. Do you take care of your home, car, errands? All the time.  But what are you doing for your heart? Probably not as […]

Electrolytes And Your Body

                 Author Joe Antouri PROPTA.com                       [twitter_follow username=”http://www.twitter.com/joeantouri” language=”en”] Electrolytes are minerals found in bodily fluids that carry an electric charge and are essential to keeping the heart, nerves, and muscles functioning properly. One of the major roles of […]

Whey v Casein Protein Powder

      Author Joe Antouri PROPTA.com       January 30, 2017        [twitter url=”http://www.twittter.com/joeantouri” style=”horizontal” float=”left”] Understanding the structure of a particular muscle will assist you in developing a workout regime that is best for you, and to decide on whether whey or casein protein is right for you. There are basically […]

Preventing Knee Injuries

Our knees which bear body weight all day long, are susceptible to injury when there’s poor biomechanical alignment from the ankle up and are commonly traumatized during sports. Over time, with chronic injury or repetitive trauma, arthritis may occur. But don’t give up hope there are things you can do to prevent knee injuries.

Dr Oz Why To Much L-Carnitine is Unhealthy

All this time, we physicians have warned you about the risks of eating too much red meat. We worried that the high saturated fat and cholesterol content was damaging to your heart; however, we got it wrong. Red meat is still linked to an increased risk of heart disease, but it’s not just from the fat. New research points to a substance found in red meat called L-carnitine.

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