Eating healthy isn’t always easy or convenient – especially when you’re short on time. This article discusses six nutritional shortcuts you can use to keep your diet healthy even when time is a scarce commodity.
Coffee is a popular drink and one that has some surprising health benefits. Coffee has almost no calories, making it a low calorie drink to sip if you’re trying to control your weight. Does coffee have weight control benefits that go beyond the fact it’s low in calories? Read on and find out what research shows about coffee and weight control.
You may have heard about ketogenic diets for weight loss. What is a ketogenic diet and what are its benefits and drawbacks? This article discusses the history of ketogenic diets and how they work. It also points out the limitations of such a diet and why a more balanced eating plan is best.
You probably already know that a diet high in sugar isn’t healthy. Recent research shows a link between sugar consumption and a higher risk for heart disease. Now, a new study finds a link between a high-sugar diet and breast cancer. Find out how and why sugar may fuel the growth of breast tumors.
The most visible sign of skin aging is the appearance of wrinkles and skin laxity. Most people use creams and treatments like Botox to improve the appearance of aging skin. Now a study shows exercise may have benefits for aging skin. Find out how.
You may also add cooked chicken, deli meat, cucumbers, and/or other favorite vegetables to customize this healthy salad.
Hi Everyone! This month we are going on a cross training ride so hold on cuz this road is gonna get bumpy! LOL. If you are joining us for the RT at the end of the month you will have the bumpiest ride of them all.
Eat/drink well, sleep well and be happy and enjoy this month’s workout rotation!
Your muscles use three different energy systems to fuel exercise. This article discusses these three energy systems along with the types of exercise you can use to target each one. By doing so, you can fine tune your training results. Find out more.
Fitness is truly for people of all ages and perhaps benefits seniors the most. Exercise is essential to everyone, including those in the over-50 crowd. Not only can having a regular workout routine keep you physically fit it can actually reverse some of the maladies caused by aging. You may be pleasantly surprised at how much better you feel and how sharp your mind becomes, simply by adding a few minutes of exercise each day.
Exercise helps you burn fat in more ways than one. A new study shows exercise influences how much fat you have inside your bones. In turn, this may affect how healthy your bones are. Read on and discover another reason it’s important to exercise.