More and more people are following a gluten-free diet these days, some out of necessity. Yet there’s another condition that many people confuse with gluten intolerance – wheat allergy. This article discusses wheat allergies and how they differ from gluten intolerance and celiac disease.
Learn about the health benefits of eating right and working out.
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?
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.
Who doesn’t want to live a long and healthy life? The Japanese have a longer life expectancy than people in Western countries. A new study suggests the diet they eat is a factor. Discover healthy eating tips you can borrow from the Japanese.
With so much focus on exercise and eating healthy, a significant number of Americans must be following a healthy lifestyle, right? Not according to a new study. In fact, the number is abysmally low. How low? You might be surprised.
Testosterone, you probably think of it as a man’s hormone, but woman make it too. Read on and discover how testosterone levels change over time in women and what impact this hormone has on health.
Heart disease, the number one cause of mortality in Western countries, is a disease that’s influenced by lifestyle, especially diet. Research suggests adding more plant-based foods can lower your risk for this common health problem – but how? Read on and discover 6 ways plant foods nay lower your risk of heart disease.
Have you ever bemoaned the fact that you don’t have a super-fast metabolism? While it may sound like a benefit to be able to eat more of what you want without gaining weight, having a souped-up metabolism may actually be detrimental from a health standpoint. Find out why.
If your blood pressure is high, your doctor may recommend dietary changes. One such change might include eating more vegetables – but why? Read on and discover four ways eating vegetables can lower your blood pressure.