After losing weight, you have an even tougher battle – keeping it off. The statistics on the number of people who successfully do that are bleak, around 10 to 20%. But now a new study shows those statistics might be wrong. Find out more.
No doubt, WHAT you eat is important but what about when you eat it and how often? Some research suggests that giving our bodies a little “down time” between meals might pay off with a slimmer waistline and better health. Get the full scoop.
If you lift weights to improve your fitness level and build muscle, you like to see results. You already know that eating a balanced diet with enough protein gives an edge – but what about probiotics? Find out what a new study shows about gut-friendly bacteria and how they could help you build muscle.
Salt adds flavor to foods – but does it also encourage us to overeat? That’s what a new study shows. Find out more about the impact salt has on your brain chemistry and how much you eat at a meal.
If you’re looking for a natural approach to lowering your cholesterol, adding an avocado a day to your day may help. A new study shows avocados are a heart-healthy food with surprising health benefits. Find out how avocados could help you improve your lipid profile.
Organic fruit is certainly growing in popularity. There are advantages to buying organic fruit – is nutrition one of them? This article discusses whether organic fruit offers greater nutritional value over conventional fruit.
Aging – it’s something we don’t like to think about, but it happens. We often hear about the importance lifestyle plays in health but can it slow down the aging process? How much control do we really have over how fast we age?
If you’re ever been awed by the athletic performance of a top-level athlete, you might wonder how they got that way. Are athletes more a product of genetics or can a less genetically gifted person reach the peak of athleticism through training?
With training, we’re so focused on keeping muscles healthy and injury free that we forget about another important component that allows us to move – fascia. Find out what fascia is, the role it plays in fitness training, and what you can do to keep it healthy.
Joint health is often overlooked until the first signs of osteoarthritis appear. This article looks at the importance of keeping your cartilage healthy and how to do it, so you can enjoy many years of pain-free activities.