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Vitamin D & Fish Oils for Fading Muscles – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 117

Vitamin D & Fish Oils for Fading Muscles – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 117

In our 40s, if we are inactive, not eating enough protein or getting enough nutrients, we tend to lose strength and muscle. In fact, muscle loss can become so severe that it is related to falls and fractures in the elderly. Let’s discuss why Vitamin D and Fish oils can be so beneficial.

How To Prevent Muscle Soreness – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 115

How To Prevent Muscle Soreness – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 115

It is normal to have a little bit of muscle soreness after your workout. But once you hit about 35 years old, it takes longer to recover from physical activity. Here are some tips on preventing muscle soreness.

Protein & The Benefits of Its Amino Acids, Part 1 – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 100

Protein & The Benefits of Its Amino Acids, Part 1 – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 100

Protein is one of the basic building blocks of the human body and is essential for things like healthy skin, muscle building, energy and more! Whey Protein is the best source, in order to reap all of the benefits of its important amino acids.

Join The InVite Fitness Wellness Program

Join The InVite Fitness Wellness Program

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New Study: Yoga Used As A Treatment for Back Pain & To Improve Sleep

New Study: Yoga Used As A Treatment for Back Pain & To Improve Sleep

A new study says yoga and physical therapy are effective approaches to treating back pain and helping you sleep better, while reducing the need for medication.

Why Monitoring Your Heart Rate During Exercise Is Important

Why Monitoring Your Heart Rate During Exercise Is Important

With so much fitness technology on the market it may be difficult for you to decide which is worth it. The one thing many experts can agree on? Monitoring your heart rate is one of the most important parts of your workout.