Spacing Out on Flavor
Research postulates that distracted eating may play a role in the overeating that is contributing to the current obesity crisis.
Recipe for Health: Very Berry Pudding
It’s not just dietary fiber that affects our microbiome; certain antioxidants play a role, too, and applying this may help keep belly bulge at bay.
Eating Breakfast May Protect Against Heart Problems
Adults who skip breakfast are 22% more likely to develop cardiovascular disease and 25% more likely to suffer premature mortality.
Researchers Recommend Exercise During the Pandemic
Studies demonstrate that people with higher levels of cardiorespiratory fitness can improve immune responses and reduce low-grade chronic inflammation.
Staying Competitive in a New Digital Age
Fitness tech is fast becoming the new norm. For trainers and entrepreneurs, remaining competitive in this new digital age means embracing change.
Managing Your Studio’s Reopening in a Pandemic
As studio owners begin resuming business and welcoming clients back, they’re faced with a new fitness landscape that’s not the one they left months ago.
The Art and Science of Intermittent Fasting
Intermittent fasting (IF) can be defined as an eating pattern with periods of little to no energy intake interspersed with periods of normal energy intake, adhered to on a repeating basis.
Wearables That Monitor Heart Rate Now Colorblind
Some people with darker skin tones have experienced inaccurate heart rate readings when using HR monitors.
Weight Bias in the Health and Fitness Industry
In an industry that strives to help people improve health and fitness, there is still a significant amount of judgment and stigma toward people with obesity.
Low-Fat Vs. Low-Carb Diets for Longer Life
Despite differences in macronutrient composition among diets, specific types of food appear to be the deciding factor in whether an eating style is healthy.
Time for an Oil Change
More and more, it appears that the broadcasted health benefits of coconut oil are based largely on a sales pitch instead of science.
On Your Nerves
Talking about the nervous system may bring to mind rapid bodily responses to stress, but there’s more to this intricate bundle of fibers.
Increase in Hypertension Deaths
Death rates linked to high blood pressure have increased by 72% in rural areas and 20% in urban U.S. communities from 2007 to 2017.