When it comes to nutrition, were our ancient ancestors smarter than we are? Proponents of the popular Paleo diet say yes. But what does it take to eat like a cave man (or cave woman) - and will it really result in better health? Brian St.
I've been married to the kiwi for over 6 ½ years, which means I've made a lot of gluten free pre-race meals. Some have been at home, some have been in a fridgeless hotel room, and some have been at a home-stay house. Heck, I think I've even made pre-race meals in a camping tent!
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On July 11, Portland, Oregon's Pioneer Courthouse Square played host to a new world record as 808 people came together to form the world's longest yoga chain. The previous world record, held by the CK School of Practical Knowledge in Cuddalore, India, was set in January 2013, when 696 yoga students performed five poses as...
298,733 Total Views Tagged: health, do you even lift, fitness, strong, weights, win, viral 3.3X Social Lift Stats 2. "Don't you worry about getting big muscles?" Frankly, if I'm going to spend an hour a day lifting my own bodyweight, I'd worry if I didn't. Bigger muscles are kind of, um, the point.
Sculpt lean muscle, boost your explosiveness, and increase your metabolism by tapping into the power of plyometric training Plyometric exercises aren't just fun, they can transform your body. "Exercises that involve hopping and jumping hit your fast-twitch muscles, the ones we lose as we get older," saysTodd Durkin, C.S.C.S., author of The IMPACT!
Posted: Print Article 1. Ready-to-eat cereal. As a nutritionist, I counsel many clients who know what foods to eat to lose weight and be healthy. However, even the most educated of consumers may have trouble determining how much to eat of these foods.
Although we're a long way from New Year's resolutions, summertime sometimes motivates us to start exercise programs (with apologies to our readers in the winter of the Southern Hemisphere). The length of daylight and time for vacations seem to prod many of us to get outdoors and break a sweat more often.
We've all heard about the microbiome, but what is it? Why should we care? And, most importantly, what should we do about it? Integrative gastroenterologist Dr. Robynne Chutkan breaks down what you need to know about the microbiome, the vast collection of microbes that live in and on your body, and how you can optimize your gut health to live a longer, better life.