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    Networking

  • Member Since:

    December 18, 2009

  • Sex:

    Female

  • Age:

    25

  • Location:

    Boston, MA

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  • Zodiac:

    Scorpio


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FitPeeps is an online health magazine committed to focusing on nutrition and fitness from a lifestyle perspective.

FitPeeps was established with the everyday person in mind. Our approach is to introduce nutrition and fitness from a practical and applicable perspective.

Our mission is to bridge the gap between the health science community and you with FREE, credible and concise information. To further your involvement with health education, we invite you to post comments on articles at FitPeeps.com, and/or this profile's blog.

There are 5 columns in the online magazine:

1. Featured Article

2. What would you do?

3. Highlighted Study

4. Change in policy

5. FP approved

FitPeeps was founded in 2008 by Adiana Castro, BS, Marvin Alcide, BA, Edward Walker, BS.

 

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