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5 Ways to Exercise & Get Healthy for Free

You don't need to spend a fortune on an expensive gym membership and you don't need the newest Nike running shoes to get fit. Too many people blame a lack of money (and time) on their inability to get healthy. But, not anymore! Here are five ways to workout for free. 

1. Go on YouTube

Every personal trainer in the world has their own YouTube channel, many of which offering excellent free workout videos. Our favorite by far is Cassey Ho's Blogilates - she specializes in exercises you can do at home, and it's all absolutely free. You don't even NEED a yoga mat to do these exercises, although a mat does make it much more comfortable. 

2. Hit the Library

Your local library is a very under-utilized resource. Did you know that most stock dozens of modern health and fitness magazines? Not to mention tons of books that will help you lose weight. Check out your library and go home with a stack of magazines and books to inform and inspire you. 

3. Join a League

A lot of community centres have free sports leagues that you can join. If they're not free, they are often very inexpensive. Sports and recreational activities are a cost-effective way to live an active lifestyle. 

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8 Surprising "Health Foods" That Aren't Very Healthy

We try to eat healthy foods. We really do. But sometimes it's just not easy. Here are 8 foods the world keeps telling you are healthy, but in reality, you may want to think again. 

1. Turkey Bacon

Okay, so it's lower in saturated fat and calories, which is good, but it often has way more sodium. Most slices of turkey bacon have over 600 milligrams of sodium which is more that 25% of your daily required amount. 

2. Fat-Free Salad Dressing

Often when something is "fat free" the manufacturers have to add something to compensate for missing flavour and texture. With salad dressing, they often load it up with sugar and chemical fillers to help with texture. 

3. Vegetable Chips

GOD I wish these were healthy, but they aren't. Veggie chips are deep fried and full of fat and calories. They also have tons of salt. Some brands add a bunch of potato flour to add weight - so watch out for those ones. 

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