Still sipping a sports drink to recover after a workout? Try tomato juice instead. A new study shows that sipping tomato juice may protect cells against oxidative damage that occurs during an intense workout. Find out why tomato juice helps and the other benefits of sipping this bright red beverage.
Men and women both need certain macronutrients, vitamins and minerals in their diets, but women need more of certain dietary components. This article discusses the unique nutritional needs of women and what women need for optimal nutrition and health.
Before you can find your favorite yoga style, you first need to know what is available out there. Don’t speak yoga yet? Don’t worry. This article explains the most popular yoga styles on offer in yoga classes around the country.
Working out is challenging enough without feeling queasy at the same time, but this is a common complaint among people who work out. This article discusses causes of nausea during and after exercise along with possible solutions.
The latest iPod nano (6th generation) has some iPhone features incorporated into it as well as new options for iPod enthusiasts. These features include a touch screen, a radio tuner, and a Fitness app for workouts. Within the Fitness app is a pedometer that keeps track of each step you take throughout the day, the estimated calorie count, and the totals for each day, week, and month.
Growth hormone is a hormone produced naturally in the pituitary gland of the brain. It has a variety of important functions, and it even plays a role in building a lean and defined physique. Find out why role growth hormone plays in body composition and how to boost levels of it naturally.
In recent years, Pilates has been picking up steam as one of the most popular forms of total-body fitness. Athletes of all types see the benefits of a Pilates workout magnified in the other sports they practice, as Pilates targets the core elements that every athlete needs to improve their game: balance, coordination, flexibility and strength.
Vegetables are not only good for you from a health standpoint – they also help with weight control. Discover three ways vegetables can help you control your weight while keeping you healthy at the same time.
Do you get sleepy after you eat a meal? Find out why this happens and how to change your diet to avoid this common problem.
Low-fat isn’t necessarily synonymous with health. You need a certain amount of fat in your diet to supply two essential fatty acids the body can’t make. It’s also important to get the right balance of these fats in your diet. Find out why fat-free isn’t always better and why fat balance is critical to good health.