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I'm a 25 year old gradute of UNC Charlotte. ACSM Certified Health Fitness Specialist. I have a BS in Exercise Science. Im currently working on my Masters in Health Science/Ex Science/Sports Science. Just sharing what I know. Enjoy.

Hanging Knee Tuck Twists

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This is a killer abs workout! It hits all aspects of your core, targeting obliques, but doesn’t leave out the lower abs or the six-pack! The more you do in a row, the more it will BURNNN!

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Boosting Your Iron Intake Without Eating MeatBy Nina Cherie Franklin - Nutrition.Answers.com ExpertFull article: http://goo.gl/LCq5LWIron is one of the most important minerals your body needs. Specifically, iron plays a critical role in the formation of hemoglobin, which is primarily responsible for transporting oxygen from the lungs to all the cells, tissues, and organs of the body. Red meat, liver, and other organ meats are commonly touted for their iron-rich content. However, there are many other ways to boost your iron intake without eating an ounce of meat.Get a Daily Dose of SpinachYou can get a huge dose of #iron by eating just one cup of cooked spinach every day. In addition to iron, spinach contains incredibly large amounts of fiber, vitamin C, calcium, iron, and magnesium. Spinach is also highly concentrated with the carotenoid antioxidant beta-carotene, which has been shown to protect against heart disease, diabetes, and cancer. If you’re not a fan of spinach, Swiss chard is a great alternative.Learn to Love LentilsLentils are by far one of the most valuable sources of iron with over 35 percent of the daily recommended intake in just one cup. They also contain extremely high quantities of fiber including natural resistant starch. In addition to their high iron and fiber content, lentils are incredibly rich in protein, disease-fighting flavonoids, and many other important nutrients (folate, phosphorous, and zinc).Read the rest of the tips here: http://goo.gl/LCq5LW

ninacheriephd:

Boosting Your Iron Intake Without Eating Meat
By Nina Cherie Franklin - Nutrition.Answers.com Expert
Full article: http://goo.gl/LCq5LW

Iron is one of the most important minerals your body needs. Specifically, iron plays a critical role in the formation of hemoglobin, which is primarily responsible for transporting oxygen from the lungs to all the cells, tissues, and organs of the body. Red meat, liver, and other organ meats are commonly touted for their iron-rich content. However, there are many other ways to boost your iron intake without eating an ounce of meat.

Get a Daily Dose of Spinach

You can get a huge dose of #iron by eating just one cup of cooked spinach every day. In addition to iron, spinach contains incredibly large amounts of fiber, vitamin C, calcium, iron, and magnesium. Spinach is also highly concentrated with the carotenoid antioxidant beta-carotene, which has been shown to protect against heart disease, diabetes, and cancer. If you’re not a fan of spinach, Swiss chard is a great alternative.

Learn to Love Lentils

Lentils are by far one of the most valuable sources of iron with over 35 percent of the daily recommended intake in just one cup. They also contain extremely high quantities of fiber including natural resistant starch. In addition to their high iron and fiber content, lentils are incredibly rich in protein, disease-fighting flavonoids, and many other important nutrients (folate, phosphorous, and zinc).

Read the rest of the tips here: http://goo.gl/LCq5LW