Fewer than 54 percent of residents of Oklahoma, Louisiana and Missouri said they ate their vegetables regularly, representing the bottom of the pack. Blue states tend to be more vegetable-friendly: In 2012, President Obama won six of the 10 states where vegetable consumption is highest (Montana, Wyoming, Arizona and Alaska voted red but ate green). Mitt Romney won seven of the 10 states with the lowest vegetable consumption (Delaware, Iowa and Ohio were the blue standouts). Its no wonder that five of the six states that rank highest for both frequent exercise and vegetable consumption Montana, Colorado, New Mexico, Vermont and Oregon are also ranked in the bottom one-third of state obesity rates.
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US Army to Proceed With Planned Ukraine Exercise
However, moderate exercise appears to have little effect on rates of flu-like illness which means the intensity is all important, say researchers. In the UK people are advised to do 150 minutes of moderate activity such as gardening, dancing or brisk walking, or 75 minutes of vigorous exercise including playing sport, running or aerobics every week. Three out of four Britons fail to achieve this. http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/p90x3-reviews/sbwire-455028.htm Bad news, dieters: Drinking water DOESN’T help you lose weight, nutrition expert claims Other findings from Flusurvey confirm that reports of flu viruses this winter are amongst the lowest in recent years.
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Twenty minutes of exercise a day ‘wards off flu’: Risk can be reduced by 10% with regular activity
Air Force Lt. Col. David Westover, a spokesman, p90X3 said the U.S. European Command had been in the planning stages for Atlas Vision 2014, which was to take place in July in Chelyabinsk, in northeastern Russia, and focus on joint peace-keeping operations. But because of the crisis, “all planning for this exercise has been suspended,” he said.
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