National Posture Institute Research Review-Low Vitamin D Levels Linked to High Risk of Premenopausal Breast CancerA prospective study led by researchers from the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine has found that low serum vitamin D levels in the months preceding diagnosis may predict a high risk of premenopausal breast cancer.
Watch the CNN Interview (Jan 19, 2013) with Desirée Nathanson, MS and current National Posture Institute Certified Posture Specialist student discuss NPI’s Four Points of Posture™ Program (Posture Correction Techniques) during her interview. Desirée also attended the National Posture Institute’s Posture Analysis and Correction CEC Workshop that took place at the State College of Florida this past weekend.
Thank you to the State College of Florida (SCF) and all of the future NPI Certified Posture Specialists and NPI Certified Resistance Training Professionals that attended the National Posture Institute's Posture Analysis and Correction CEC Workshop at (SCF) this past weekend!!!
To Register: http://npionline.org/workshops/SarasotaFL
This two- day onsite workshop developed by the National Posture Institute (NPI) teaches personal trainers/group instructors (Aerobic/Strength/TRX/Pilates/Yoga etc…) and allied health/medical professionals to assess and educate their clients/patients in all areas of posture and body alignment.
National Posture Institute Research Review-Spending on vegetable and fruit consumption could reduce all-cause mortality among older adultsAbstractBackgroundFew studies have evaluated the linkage between food cost and mortality among older adults. This study considers the hypothesis that greater food expenditure in general, and particularly on more nutritious plant and animal-derived foods, decreases mortality in older adults.
National Posture Institute News Story: Public obsession with obesity may be more dangerous than obesity itself, UCLA author says Much has been made about who or what is to blame for the "obesity epidemic" and what can or should be done to stem the tide of rising body mass among the U.S. population.
National Posture Institute News Story: For the holiday weight-gain season: The chemistry behind calorie counts and nutrition labelsWASHINGTON, December 17, 2012 — With the holiday season a high-risk period for packing on unwanted pounds, the American Chemical Society (ACS) today posted a new video that may lend perspective on this year's battle of the bulge. Produced by the world's largest scientific society, it explains the science behind the calorie counts and other information on those Nutrition Facts Labels on food packages.
National Posture Institute News Story: 8 new tips on maintaining healthy resolutions 8 days into the new yearTORONTO, Jan. 7, 2013 – Now that the New Year is upon us, New Year’s resolutions to eat healthier may be top of mind, but how easy is it to keep your resolve after a few weeks? To keep from sliding back into old habits, Ryerson University experts offer these tips to help you keep on track:Tips from Dr. Stephanie Cassin, Department of Psychology: