Are you muscular or slim or curvy? There are many body types and each one is beautiful in its own right. Many of us keep an eye on nutrition and do exercises on a regular basis because we want to be healthy. A second benefit of our efforts is that we also get to look good. Looking good and feeling good boosts people's self-esteem and confidence. Women struggle with this a little more than men because there is a strong, kind of subliminal, pressure for women to look like models.
Gluten intolerance, also called gluten sensitivity or Celiac Disease- when it's in its most severe form- can have symptoms that range from no symptoms to life threatening or debilitating chronic health problems and anywhere in between. Often, these symptoms are not consistent from person to person and this is part of what makes gluten testing or Diagnosing Gluten Sensitivity so difficult for medical professionals.
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Posted by Shane Mclean @ Friday, December 13, 2013 @ 09:01am
I'm a sucker for trying free apps. I love free, and I love trying new things! Plus I just delete the apps I don't like. I think I will keep this one just for fun. I read about the Moves app in a magazine recently, and saw that it had good reviews from people who said it is pretty accurate on recording your daily step activity. I decided to try it to see how many steps I walk each day. I have never worn a pedometer, but consider myself active enough to get close to the recommended 10,000 steps per day goal.