For many, the idea of traditional exercise and fitness can be, well, just plain boring. Getting motivated to begin and even more so actually adhering to some regular exercise and physical activity can be a challenge. In some part this comes from antiquated notions that exercise is limited to monotonous machine workouts and slogans such as “no pain, no gain.”
Could the battle of the bulge really be won simply by chewing your food more?
There's a new health enemy #1. It's not new to you and me, but to the mainstream, it's absolutely shocking.
It's not sugar, it's not cholesterol and it's not even saturated fat.
Weight loss can be a frustrating topic. Extreme diets and low calorie torture can’t be maintained and it isn’t just because you don’t have self-restraint.
The benefits of cayenne pepper might actually be of greater value to your health as a staple in your medicine cabinet rather than in your spice rack.
I’m a huge advocate of sleep. There is a mass of evidence, which bears testament to the importance of sleep’s role in physical and psychological wellbeing. The other thing is – it’s free.
The problem with obesity is simple. People are eating too much and not getting enough exercise. But the solution is not so simple.
Green tea and the Omega-3 fatty acid DHA combine to provide a powerful natural shield against certain forms of cancer, heart disease, stroke and dementia while assisting weight loss and maintenance.
My teenage daughter downs several diet sodas a day. She insists they’re a healthy, weight-loss alternative to regular sodas. Should I be concerned?
Don’t look now, but they’re lurking in your refrigerator at this very moment.