Is it ever too late to get the benefits of eating a healthy diet that’s rich in fruits and vegetables? Find out what new research shows about eating veggies, physical activity and longevity.
What if you ate a cookie that looked like it was twice as large as it actually was? Would you feel full faster? Find out how your perception of how much you’re eating and other food cues affect how quickly you get full – and how to use this to your advantage.
Rice is considered to be a staple food worldwide, providing around 50% of all of the calories consumed each day. Unfortunately, many people are ignorant when it comes to the reasons why brown rice is preferable to white.
Could your mole be skin cancer? How do you know? The American Cancer Society developed the ABCD method as a guideline to help people determine if spots on their skin are benign or possibly malignant.
Understanding how your digestive system is designed and how it works can help you recognize symptoms that indicate when the system isn’t functioning properly. The basics of the digestive system are fairly straight forward and easier to understand than some other body systems.
Ever wondered why cookies, French fries and other unhealthy foods are so appealing when you haven’t had a good night’s sleep? A new study sheds light on how lack of sleep influences your food choices. Find out why it doesn’t pay to walk past a vending machine or a fast food restaurant when you’re tired.
It is now understood that, for certain serious diseases, where your body stores fat is more significant than your overall weight. Your waist circumference in particular is seen as a key measurement in correctly assessing your level of risk.
Can tiny bacteria that make their home in your intestines make it easier to control your weight? Find out what new research shows about gut bacteria and the role they play in weight gain and obesity.
Can vitamin C make your workout feel easier? Find out what a new study shows about exercise, perceived exertion and vitamin C – and why it’s best to get vitamin C from natural sources rather than from supplements.
More people are becoming aware of the benefits of high-intensity interval training. But how long should a working interval be to maximize the benefits? A recent study looked at this issue. Find out what it showed and how we incorporated this study into our new CrossFire and To The Max workout videos..