Eating up to 12 eggs a week does not increase cardiovascular risk factors in people with pre-diabetes or type 2 diabetes, new research finds -- despite conflicting dietary advice continuing around the world.Read More >>
Cell Shock is the natural decline of 2 crucial nutrients in our cells that lead to a collection of symptoms that afflict millions of Americans. These symptoms include weight gain, difficulty losing weight, fatigue, difficulty concentrating, brain fog, restless sleep, and more. The good news is that there is a simple, at-home method to quickly reverse Cell Shock by restoring those 2 nutrients at the cellular level.Read More >>
The Concussion Legacy Foundation has found evidence that a large number of ex-college football players from as much as 100 schools have CTE.
The foundation, which studies concussions and brain injuries, said Wednesday that 138 of 152 former college football players studied at the Veterans Affairs-Boston University-Concussion Legacy Foundation brain bank have chronic traumatic encephalopathy, more commonly known as CTE
In a way, they are. Your fitness results comes down to one simple fact:
The more you do something, the easier it becomes.
It doesn’t matter if it’s running, performing deadlifts, or holding plank for five minutes.
“During exercise, you’re putting a stress on your body, and during your recovery, your body is improving its ability to handle that stress.”
The result: You burn fewer calories and build less calorie-torching muscle with every workout.
There are so many different opinions and theories on calorie consumption.
From the starvation method with no regular exercise;
To eating anything and everything while thinking an everyday workout routine will reverse those actions.
What many people don't realize is they are burning far more calories than being recorded.
Just Being Online Makes You Really, Really Depressed
Basically as long as the Internet has been publicly available,
it has been proven that being online can make you seriously, clinically depressed.
It’s not an assumption, many surveys of internet users show web surfing hours followed buy a raise in feelings of sadness, isolation, and depression.
All Pain, No Gain? It indeed Matters.
Muscles need a certain amount of rest in order to strengthen and grow.
But while some sources suggest muscles need 48 hours or more to recover from exercise...
There might not be a one source fits all timeline for everyone.
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