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    Posted April 2, 2012 by
    Rochester, New York
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    Poor mans "health" insurance. New plan!

    When you come home from work today, do something a little different. And by that I mean if you don't have exercising in your routine, your current way of life, you better start.

    For 10 years I have made exercising part of my life. My favorite things to do are the treadmill and swimming. The values of these 2 things are great..

    A few things that standout are these: helps reduce blood pressure problems, lowers bad cholesterol,and burns unwanted fat...But there's another thing that I have noticed about the benefit of exercising. It uplifts your spirits. if you have had a bad day,bummed out a bit, this will revitalize your positive,happy thoughts.

    Last but not least, remember to eat some fruit and vegetables each day. Get some greens in you. And last but not least, keep that smelly little rose of the ground in you..."GARLIC"...

    As we all know, garlic can promote bad breath but this can be dealt with. First of all don't chew like it an apple,dice it up into small parts. Then get a glass of water,throw the garlic in your mouth and a gulp of water. Swallow immediately. If you keep up on oral hygiene,brushing,flossing,gargling, you will seldom have bad breath. And you can always eat an apple or keep a bit of lemon around to chew on. It's worth it folks.

    So with this new health insurance plan, you may live longer. And if you already have health insurance, add this plan to it. See you at the gym.

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