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Nutrient Density

Nutrient Density

By Dr. Donald A. Ozello DC Increase your intake of nutrient dense foods to improve your health. Nutrient density is a food’s ratio of nutrients per calorie. Foods with the highest nutrient density are packed with health promoting vitamins, minerals and phytochemicals (fight-o-chemicals.) Aggregate Nutrient Density Index, or ANDI, is a calculation of a food’s […]

Going loco to tackle Obesity!

Going loco to tackle Obesity!

By Anthony Alegrete Jump for Joy Foundation “I have never been much of a historian more like a pioneer,” says former New York Giants Head Coach and now the Las Vegas Locomotives President/Head Coach Jim Fassel. “Starting something new was something that I always wanted to do. New things that need to get developed get […]

Apple Launches New iPad

Apple Launches New iPad

New iPad Features Retina Display, A5X Chip, 5 Megapixel iSight Camera & Ultrafast 4G LTE SAN FRANCISCO―March 7, 2012―Apple® today introduced the new iPad®, the third generation of its category defining mobile device, featuring a stunning new Retina™ display, Apple’s new A5X chip with quad-core graphics and a 5 megapixel iSight® camera with advanced optics […]

A Look into Nutritional Supplements. Post Workout

A Look into Nutritional Supplements. Post Workout

By Sean Burton Contributing Writer Post workout nutrition is, if not the most important, one of the most important things to have in your nutritional arsenal. That 30-45 minute time period after a workout is the best time to feed the body. It is primed and ready to soak up any and all nutritional value […]

AFAN Hosts 22nd Annual AIDS Walk Las Vegas on April 15, 2012

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AFAN Hosts 22nd Annual AIDS Walk Las Vegas on April 15, 2012

By: Kirvin Doak Communications WHAT:             22nd Annual AIDS Walk Las Vegas to benefit Aid for AIDS of Nevada (AFAN) WHEN:             Sunday, April 15, 2012  8 a.m. – sign-in for teams and individuals 9 a.m. – opening ceremony 10:30 a.m. – AIDS Walk 12 p.m. – closing ceremony […]

UNLV Football players TACKLE OBESITY

By Anthony Alegrete Jump for Joy Foundation From the grid iron to the playground, 3 UNLV Rebels football players show that there is more to the sport than just hard knocks and tackles. Princeton Jackson, Tyler Gaston, and Shaquille Shelton are showing the community that they can tackle obesity. In an effort to fight childhood […]

Maximize Results Avoid Complicators

Maximize Results Avoid Complicators

A Simple Way to Maximize Results Avoid complicators.  That’s it.  If you can identify and begin avoiding or diminishing complicators, you will begin to maximize your results.  

“CHRONICLE”: The Review

“CHRONICLE”: The Review

By Victoria Alexander Contributing Writer Viewed at: Rave Motion Pictures Town Square 18, 6587 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV Teenager Andrew Detmer (Dane DeHaan) has one of those white trash trailer lives. His father is an abusive drunk and his mother is deathly ill spending her life in her bed hooked up to […]

VERNON FOX Scores A Touchdown With Nevada Reading Week

VERNON FOX Scores A Touchdown With Nevada Reading Week

By Andre’ Haynes Endeavor Media Group Nevada Reading Week kicks off on February 27th and ends on March 2nd. Schools statewide are getting in on the action and encouraging students to read. Vernon Fox teamed up with Estes McDoniel Elementary School on Thursday – March 1st to celebrate Nevada Reading Week as they also celebrated […]

You Can Buy Nice or End up Paying Twice

You Can Buy Nice or End up Paying Twice

By Sean Burton Contributing Writer That age old expression of,” Quality over Quantity” is amazing alive till this very day. We may be in a recession, but it sure doesn’t seem that way all the time does it? You would think if it was so hard to make or spend money, we wouldn’t see people: […]

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