Lemuel (Street Articles Author)

Hi there! My name is Lemuel Anota. I'm a football player.

How I got here started when I participated in fitness forums and live discussions. I was attracted to the questions people ask about health & fitness. Then, I had this idea of writing articles and putting all useful information there.

I love staying healthy. I grew up playing football and has been a member of a great team for several years. I’m an athlete who loves natural food and is very particular with what I eat.

I started writing articles after seeing the rise of obesity and the extreme health dangers it brings to the human body. Junk food, being everywhere, not only has caused complications to human life but has reached as far as taking away the person’s desire to exercise, at the same time, pushing the body to overeat.

I think that after years of being an athlete, it's time to contribute something to help solve this problem.

I hope you'll find answers in my articles.

Stay healthy, eat right, and enjoy life!

9 Foods That Elevate Mood
Happiness is a feeling that is always precious to the human mind. And foods are among the most amazing things that can make us happy. While comfort foods give extreme delight to our sense of taste but later can give a negative effect on our health, nature is also abundant…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Nutrition   Jun 26, 2012  
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9 Foods to Increase Brain Power
Do you know that women use more brain power to understand jokes than men? But women enjoy jokes better than men, as new study discovered more intense prefrontal cortex activity in women when they hear jokes or see funny pictures. A better brain function is a lifetime quest to all…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Mental Health   Jun 13, 2012  
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Keys to Long Life: Top Personality Traits That Are Useful
While it seems impossible to control aging, there are personality traits that can help us live longer. A new report coming from Einstein's Longevity Genes Project, through the researchers who are trying to decipher “longevity gene”, has pointed out some personality traits as keys to long life. What are these…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Mind Body Spirit   Jun 05, 2012  
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5 Effective Ways to Improve Weight Loss
According to experts a lot of people experience boredom in training (or training plateau) either during their early weight loss efforts or when they are given a fitness program that requires long workouts. If you are in a situation like this, you need to do something quick to recovery fading…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Weight Loss   May 29, 2012  
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7 Foods That Boost Metabolism
The level of metabolism in your body is oftentimes influenced by the amount of muscles and fats. The more you develop muscles, the lesser fats you'll have. And muscles always need to burn calories (energy) to keep going. So, the increase of capability of releasing body energy would also mean…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Weight Loss   May 29, 2012  
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American Obesity Rates Show Plateau
Good news for all U.S. adults! New report was finally released after being overwhelmed by the alarming obesity problems that constantly hit both children and adults in the past few years up to the present. Data coming from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey revealed that obesity in the…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Obesity   May 22, 2012  
  Likes: 6

5 Time - saving Weight Loss Tips
So, you want to lose weight but the biggest obstacle that stands in your way is a busy schedule and you couldn't find time to exercise. But perhaps you have tried working out a couple of times before but your weren't successful. And traditional workout of setting an ample time…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Weight Loss   May 22, 2012  
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Nutritious Breakfast Linked With Improved Student Achievement
Is your child struggling in school? Does he lack enthusiasm in improving his achievements in the campus? Does he lack the energy to make regular attendance? His morning meal may have something to do with it. A new report from Toronto District School Board (TDSB) explains that nutritious morning meals…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Nutrition   May 16, 2012  
  Likes: 13

New Study: Good Habits That Are Bad for Your Health
Good habits are always linked to good health, discipline, and self-control. They are beneficial to both our physical and mental health, the very reasons why these habits receive excellent encouragement among family members, friends, and loved ones. But according to studies, there are "good" habits that are bad for your…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Mind Body Spirit   May 13, 2012  
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New Study: Longer Commutes May Steal Health And Fitness
Anyone whose job is far from home knows the hassles of long commutes. Even traveling a few hours could be frustrating in the midst of traffic, plus the reality that there's not much to do during travel except wait, especially if you are the one driving your own vehicle (which…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Obesity   May 10, 2012  
  Likes: 12