Stress comes in different forms. Longer term almost any form of stress is bad for you but there’s growing evidence that short-term, controlled exposure to stress might be beneficial. Find out why.
When the scale show you’re up a pound, it could be water weight. Water weight is quite common, especially in women. Here are six of the most frequent causes of this frustrating problem.
You’re exercising and eating right. But, your weight is continuing to climb. What’s causing it? Here are six possible factors linked with weight gain that you might not have considered.
Holidays? They’re about peace and cheer and goodwill towards men (and women). Unfortunately, they’re also stressful in many ways. Here are five simple tips to help you weather the holidays without feeling stressed out.
Eating a healthy, whole food based diet, is one of the smartest moves you can make for your health. Combine that with exercise and quality sleep and you have the foundation of a healthy lifestyle. But what about stress? A new study shows why you don’t want to live it out of the equation.
Stress – it can do a number on your health. Some people are also convinced it can make it harder to lose body fat and even lead to weight gain. Is there any truth to this idea? Read on and find what link, if any, there is between stress, changes in body composition, and weight […]
Antioxidants – we think of them as always being beneficial, but there may be times when you want to limit the amount of antioxidants you consume. One of those times is right before a workout. Here’s why.
You know vitamin D is essential for good health – but can it improve your exercise performance too? Find out what a new study shows about the “sunshine vitamin,” exercise and exercise recovery.
Stress is a part of life, but, for some people, it can lead to chronic anxiety. Now, a new study shows some of the anxiety people feel comes from a surprising source – sitting too much! Read on and find out why being sedentary might create stress and anxiety and how staying active and exercise […]
It’s not just holiday goodies and treats that contribute to weight gain in the winter – the winter season poses risks for weight gain. This article discusses four reasons people put on weight in the winter and how to avoid them.