What happens to your sleep patterns as you age? Is it normal to have problems falling or staying asleep as you age? Find out and discover changes that can improve the quality of your sleep at any age.
If you’re feeling constantly tired, you might be tempted to take supplements to help you feel more energetic. Can dietary supplements help with fatigue? Here’s why you should approach this idea with skepticism.
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More important than your weight is your body fat percentage. One possible way to monitor your body fat at home is with skin-fold measurements using calipers. How accurate is this method?
Plant water – you’ve probably seen it at your local supermarket. The most popular is coconut water but a growing array of plant waters are competing for the consumer’s attention. Are they healthy?
Sometimes you need to work your muscles a bit differently to get them to continue growing. Here’s an advanced strength-training strategy you may not have tried that can help you push through a plateau.
The old issue of whether to fast before cardio keeps coming up. Now, a new study shows that doing cardio in a fasted state may turn on genes involved in fat burning. Find out more.
Artificial sweeteners – they have zero calories and offer all of the sweetness of sugar. If you’re trying to control your weight, you might be tempted to stock up. However, a new study provides further evidence that artificial sweeteners, despite their lack of calories, may contribute to weight gain.
Exercise can change your body composition, but even more surprising is the impact it has on the way your genes are expressed. In fact, a new study shows that even one exercise session can change how your genes are expressed. How’s that for immediate gratification?
Exercise may help slow the aging process. Aging begins at the cellular level – and a new study shows high-intensity exercise may be just the ticket for keeping your cells fit and healthy.