Heart rate variability – what is it and how can it help you train smarter? In this article, you’ll find out what heart rate variability means, how to monitor it, and what it means for your exercise training and your health.
Should you follow in Linus Pauling’s footsteps and take vitamin C ? Does vitamin C really lower the risk of colds and upper respiratory infections?
It’s almost time to celebrate a new year. 2017 is upon us. Is it time to re-evaluate your fitness goals? Here’s why you should.
Supplement companies would have you believe that you need supplemental vitamins and minerals for good health. However, supplemental doses of some minerals and vitamins may actually be harmful. Here are six you should know about.
Arthritis is one of the most common afflictions that hits you as you age. You may have heard that certain types of exercise is bad for arthritic joints. However, a new study calls this idea into question. Find out more.
Superfoods come in bright colors, don’t they? Not always! In fact, some foods that are dark, almost black in color, have benefits that make them potential superfoods. Here are six you should be aware of.
Are you doing everything right and still gaining weight after menopause? It IS harder to control body fat after your hormones change. If you’re doing everything right and are still gaining, here are five possible reasons why.
Do you warm up before a workout? Hopefully, you do. However, warm-ups don’t have to be lengthy to be effective. In fact, a long, drawn-out warm-up may actually be detrimental. Find out why.
You constantly hear about the importance of staying physically active by moving more throughout the day. More movement throughout the day is better for health and may lower mortality – but is it enough or do you still need a structured exercise program?
What’s upcoming for 2017 in the world of health and nutrition? Every year, Nutritional Outlook magazine reveals what’s most likely to trend upward. Here’s what’s on the horizon.