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Amputee Life — Healthy Eating & Living

3 Tips to Make You Become More Confident in Your Body

Posted by Bryan Potok on

Being confident and comfortable in your body may not come naturally. It seems that our default as human beings is to be insecure about how our bodies look or feel. And for a lot of people living with limb loss, that insecurity and discomfort can become magnified.

Three tips on how to be more confident in your own body.

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Want to Add Protein Powder to Your Coffee? Read This First

Posted by Bryan Potok on

Adding protein powder to coffee is a common practice among health and fitness enthusiasts. Avid drinkers often cite great health benefits, such as improved workout performance and weight loss. If you want to add protein powder to your coffee, but you’re not a big fan of the taste, you might be looking for concrete reasons to adapt your taste buds.

Adding protein powder in your coffee has benefits like improved workout performance.

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Eat an Early Dinner to Burn More Fat and Decrease Blood Sugar, Study Says

Posted by Bryan Potok on

Those who eat dinner as early as 6 pm may be on to something. A recent study in the Endocrine Society's The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism found that eating dinner close to bedtime is often associated with high blood sugar levels and weight gain, even in healthy individuals.

A study indicates you burn more fat and decrease blood sugar when you eat an early dinner.

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A Primer on Amputee Hiking

Posted by Bryan Potok on

If you’re looking for activities that can help you stay active, consider hiking. It is an activity that will work your strength and cardio. With hiking season already in full swing, some might be considering a hike on the nearest trail or perhaps just in your neighborhood. Here are some things you need to know.

Everything you need to know about amputee hiking.

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How to Prevent a Downward Spiral

Posted by Bryan Potok on

Getting caught in a downward spiral is hard. Most of the time, you may feel like you can't do anything about it. You may wake up to discover that things are not going your way, and it's pretty easy to let these situations convince you that you're going to have another bad day.

Tips on how to prevent a downward spiral.

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