Argumentative Essays: The Benefits Of Exercise

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16. The Benefits of Exercise
I recently met a woman who claimed that she didn’t want to exercise because she feared losing her curves. That’s one of the craziest and laziest statement I’ve ever heard. Exercising will not make you look less attractive nor will it cause you to lose your curves. I know plenty of thick women who exercise and still maintain their curvy physique. So ladies, don’t worry about getting your curvy card revoked. Besides, being healthy and exercising will prolong your life.
There are numerous benefits to exercise. Exercise reduces stress, alleviates depression, improves learning, improves self-esteem and body image, and helps you live longer. It also makes you feel good! Numerous studies have shown that diabetes, hypertension,
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Juices made from fruit are high in sugar and calories and can cause your blood sugar to spike. This is why I recommend juicing only green vegetables such as kale, spinach, cucumbers, and celery. You can add a Granny Smith apple for added sweetness.
Also, juicing is not meant to be a substitute for actually eating. You still need to eat a healthy and balanced diet. Countless books have been written about the benefits of juicing. Many of these books contain delicious juicing recipes. If you want to embrace a healthier lifestyle, consider investing in a juicer or blender.
The green juice that I drink almost every day is made with fresh kale, celery, cucumber, spinach, and green apples. I use Granny Smith apples because they have a higher level of antioxidants than other apples. The antioxidants found in Granny Smith apples may also reduce your risk of heart disease, diabetes and strokes. Celery lowers your blood pressure and cholesterol, while also cleansing and detoxifying your body.
Kale contains calcium, copper, iron, potassium, and is high in B, C, E and K vitamins. Kale also helps detoxify your body, aids in bone and brain development, and strengthens your immune system. Spinach is an excellent source of potassium, zinc, copper, protein, selenium, fiber and A, K, C, B2,

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