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Allergy season is in full swing, which means headaches, sneezing, nasal congestion, watery eyes, and runny noses. If you’re tired of drugging yourself with over-the-counter meds, go natural. Allergy supplements containing compounds such as quercetin, stinging nettles, bromelain, and N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine (NAC) may provide some relief.
Focus mitt training can improve your timing, reflexes, balance, and feel for distance. You can also burn more than 700 calories per hour if you push yourself like an Axe Murderer.
Boiling raw veggies can sap their power. High temperatures, long cooking times, and excess water can increase nutrient loss, especially water-soluble vitamins. In a soup, the liquid is typically consumed, so you get some of the nutrients you “lost.” However, if you’re boiling broccoli and draining it, you’re missing out. Go raw.
A liver shot can have debilitating effects, causing what some fighters have described as “temporary paralysis.” The liver is covered with a thin, but very tough, fibrous membrane called a capsule. A forceful blow to the liver can cause the capsule to be stretched or deformed. This does not make the capsule happy…and the poor liver is caught right in the middle of this.