There is SO much in life we cannot control, but the one thing we can is our thoughts and how we kick off each day. Check out six things you can do to wake the right way and take control of how your day unfolds.
While there are benefits to sun exposure, including increased vitamin D levels and it’s an effective way to combat insomnia as well as seasonal affective disorder, it also can be very dangerous— more so than the average person realizes. Here are some things you need to know to protect yourself this summer while still enjoying the great outdoors.
Many women wish to look and feel strong, there are a lot of misconceptions when it comes to women building muscle. In this post, I’ll share some of the popular beliefs and provide strategies to help you get results.
A 321-page study published last week shows sperm counts in men have been falling for the last 40 years. There is a link that smoking, obesity and stress may be the cause of male infertility, but there’s no conclusive evidence yet.
Thanks to researchers at the University of Temple, a new study has shown that by using extra-virgin-olive oil it can help to improve cognitive function and help to avoid the dreaded Alzheimer’s disease.
The best advice for long-term weight control is to increase intake of yogurt, nuts, fruits, and whole grains, exercise more, and decrease consumption of potato chips, sweetened drinks, and red meat.
Cruciferous vegetables, which include cauliflower, cabbage, cress, and broccoli, contain a chemical called Indole-3-carbinol (I3C) that may promote weight control.
Are you doing your best in the gym and with healthy eating, but aren’t seeing any improvements in your physique? Here are 10 common fitness mistakes that could prevent you from reaching your goals.
There are ways to enjoy your vacation without sabotaging your fitness goals. When you make an effort to stay healthy during your vacation, not only will you feel energized and truly relaxed during your time away, but once you get back from your trip, you won’t have to worry about trying to get back on track.
Even if you are following a solid nutrition and training program, there might be one critically important aspect of your health and fitness that you are overlooking: The amount of time you spend sitting. Not only is increased sitting time directly linked to early mortality and a host of other negative health outcomes, it is particularly concerning for fit folks because of how it destroys our posture and deactivates key muscles such as the glutes. (Not to mention the additional snacks and subpar eating choices made in office environments!) Don’t worry–we’re here to help you avoid and counteract these common office pitfalls with simple and practical solutions. Enjoy!
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