How to Use a Body Fat Percentage Calculator

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Whether you’re trying to trim down or training for gains, tracking your metrics is the simplest way to fast-track your goals. While keeping score of your sets, reps, miles and macros – and whatever else your FitBit is diligently monitoring – is the easiest way to tweak your approach in the gym (and the kitchen), the data drawn from a body fat percentage calculator will help you make sense of what you see in the mirror.

This is especially useful when you’re trying to tighten your belt and fill out your sleeves at the same time. Your body can’t build

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The #1 Best Exercise for Your Immune System, Says Science

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You already know that a consistent exercise regimen can do wonders for your physical health, wellness, and wellbeing. While most people are aware that exercising promotes a better mood, many may be surprised to learn that working out also boosts the immune system. Considered the human body’s natural defense system against bacteria, viruses, and toxins, a robust and properly functioning immune system is something we all need—especially as COVID-19 continues to spread.

Though the full scope of how and why exercise benefits the immune system so isn’t entirely clear, the National Institutes of Health explains that when we exercise, it

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The US Diet Often Misses Vitamins C & E + How To Get More*

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Both vitamins C and E are essential for skin health. First, a little refresher on C, shall we? The beloved antioxidant is an essential nutrient your body needs to make collagen, as it’s actually able to promote fibroblast production, tend to damaged collagen DNA, and regulate collagen synthesis, or the pathway in which collagen is made.* 

But that’s not all: Vitamin C stabilizes the collagen you already have, thanks to its antioxidant properties that can help neutralize free radicals. In other words, a thoughtfully made collagen supplement should contain vitamin C as well.*

Vitamin E is also essential

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Healthy body, healthy mind | Sports

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“It wasn’t a matter of if she started scoring, it was a matter of when,” Gene Abel said.

Freshman forward Natalie Abel balances it all. She is a star athlete, an engineering student and maintains a creative mind. She achieves all of this while facing one of the biggest challenges of her life: Being 1,470 miles away from her family.

Texas A&M soccer’s first games of the 2021 season were two exhibition matches against North Texas and Baylor. Abel was unable to participate in these two matches due to illness.

Instead, Abel made her first appearance on the pitch during

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