Yo-yo dieting may increase the risk for coronary heart disease and sudden cardiac death in post-menopausal women, according to a study presented to the American Heart Association on Tuesday. Although previous research focused on the heart risks associated with obesity, study leader Dr. Somwail Rasla of Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island questioned whether women with normal weights could be putting their hearts in danger by on-and-off dieting.
Posted by Juliet Gould @ Wednesday, December 28, 2016 @ 04:43am
I am a football fan as much as the next person. College football is my sport and Michigan is my team (Go Blue) But the reality is that all the socializing that goes along with it can be detrimental to your health and waist line. So I don't do it. NFL and College Football are on Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. That is over 50% of the week. For many people each game involves a drink or two at home, a sports bar or at the stadium. Alcohol consumption of more than 1 serving, more than 1-2 per week will surely give you a gut, especially if you are drinking beer.
Does sleeping help you lose weight? Well, science is showing us today that it could. However, poor sleeping habits actually make you gain weight. In this short article we will take a look at why poor sleep can make you gain weight.
Posted by Fonthip Ward @ Wednesday, April 20, 2016 @ 19:55pm
Body fat is something that we usually never want to know right? I can understand why this is the case. We are all unique, so, we don't want to be compared to someone else.Also, not all body fat devices are accurate or reliable so your body fat could actually be lower or higher than what a device says.However, in today’s blog, I want to show you how using one particular body fat measurement can help you discover why you might not be losing body fat.