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Science-Based Cardio Routine to Lose Fat Efficiently Without Losing Muscle

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Cardio is known to be one of the most efficient ways to lose fat, but what is the correct way to maximize your efforts when you are doing cardio exercises? How do you ensure that your efforts spent on cardio would help keep your muscles instead of losing muscle along with fat? A science-based approach can help nudge you in the right direction and clear up some misconceptions about cardio. For example, cardio is not necessary for fat loss if you’re consistently eating at a calorie deficit but cardio does help speed things up and makes it easier to reach...

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The Surprising Reason We Eat Spicy Food

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Spice makes food more flavorful. Depending on where you are located, certain cultures prepare their food in a certain way. Some cultures enjoy putting many types of spices in their food while others may put less. Either way, spices are not just hot things. Watch the video below to learn about the surprising reason we eat spicy food! Because of this reason, you might be considering adding more spices to your cooking. https://youtu.be/2sziIUZgdgk Related blogs: Cinnamon Raisin Peanut Butter 3 Microwave Mug Meals Recipes

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What happens inside your body when you exercise?

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We all know that exercise is good for your body but do you know what happens inside your body when you exercise? When you exercise, you can definitely feel some physical changes like an increase in heart rate and you may even start sweating, for example. However, there are more ways that your body responds to when exercising, such as: releasing certain hormones, increasing oxygen intake, and more. Watch the video below to learn more about the benefits of exercise and how it can help with your healthy lifestyle. Getting active regularly will encourage other healthy habits and keep a...

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The science of hearing

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The ability to recognize sounds and identify their location is possible thanks to the auditory system. Do you know how your ears work? Learn more about the science of hearing in this blog! Your hearing can help signal many things to your body. The loudness of the sounds, what the sounds sound like, and which direction it comes from are one of the few traits of hearing that help give your body information about your surroundings. The auditory system is comprised of two main parts: the ear, and the brain. The ear’s task is to convert sound energy into neural...

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QUIZ: Can you pick the punchlines to these math, science and technology jokes?

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If you're a big fan of nerdy jokes, see if you can pick the punchlines to these math, science and technology jokes correctly in the quiz below! If you're a big fan of science, math, and technology puns, this quiz is for you! Test your knowledge and see how you do. Will you graduate from this quiz as a nerd? Let's find out below! I scored 18/20. What about you? How did you do? Related blogs: Can you choose the right order of the words for these novels whose titles contain ‘and’? Can you pick three drinks to fit each...

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