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Monday to Friday Exercise Routines for You: Go Hard, Or Go Home!

Exercise but what to do? Here's a weekly exercise workout routine that you can use in the form of a simple infographic! Unsure about the techniques? Can use google or YouTube to find out more, but thi is a quick reference guide for you!   At Vegan Zing, we care about your health and way of being. Check out the many products that support being vegan at Vegan Zing here!

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Exercise for Fat Loss Hierarchy

Want to lose fat? This is a fun infographic on the types of training and it's effectiveness in fat loss: from sprinting; jogging; spinnning! Which is more effectiveness and how much of time would you need to do to get the results you want? Remember to do everything in moderation, and to rest your body if needed. At Vegan Zing, we care about your health and way of being. Check out the many products that support being vegan at Vegan Zing here!

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Sexy Legs, Butt and Thigh Exercises

Diet, exercise, health, nutrition, fitness. These are all things we grapple with. These are some simple legs, butt, thigh exercises you can do easily. Exercises don't have to cost a thing. This infographic shows they can be effective, and simple when done with regularity. At Vegan Zing, we care about your health and way of being. Check out the many products that support being vegan at Vegan Zing here!

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Why Is Adequate Vitamin Intake So Important?

Performing a plethora of roles to maintain good health and development, vitamins are essential nutrients that we can’t live without. Yet there are so many that perform wonders without our even actually being aware of it, until we don’t get sufficient amounts and problem occur. Vitamins are characterized by the following: They’re found naturally in food, with varying amounts They can’t be made by the body (save for vitamin D after sun exposure) They are organic in their structure and can be broken down by air, heat or acid, making it more difficult for your body to absorb them since cooking and storage affects their chemical structure - even exposure to air. They’re crucial for normal and healthy development and...

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