A panel of nutritional scientists has concluded that if there is a risk of developing hearts disease, cancer and early death from eating meat, the risk is small.
“We’re making a small improvements, but we still have a really, really long way to go to meet the dietary recommendations.”
“Reduced Exertion HIT” (REHIT) – the lazy person’s High-intensity Interval Training (HIT) plan.
When you think of libraries diabetes prevention courses, lectures on wound care and Zumba classes aren’t necessarily the first things that spring to mind.
We rate these claims as Mostly False.
Fewer than one in five local youth (19%) engages in the recommended 60 min. of moderate activity, 7 days a week. That’s lower than the national average of 26%.
Over the last week, a weight loss app targeted at children and teenagers aged 8-17 has sparked concern among health professionals and parents around the world.
So far no studies have been done that answer the question of whether organic food consumption improves health.
Studies show that 150 minutes of moderate activity, such as walking, can lower the risk of heart disease and stroke, improve sleep, and help reduce weight gain
Can pre-ordering groceries help shoppers avoid making impulse purchases and make healthier choices instead?
Clean eating or keto? Paleo or gluten-free? Whole 30 or vegan? Forget fad diets. Science has the answer.
A study found coffee boosts calorie-burning “brown fat” in mouse cells. But for humans to the benefit, they’d need to drink at least 100 cups of coffee.
Being immersed in cold water causes a “gasp” response and uncontrollable hyperventilation makes the odds of inhaling water much more likely.
Your genes and gut bugs can influence weight gain, but the effects are modest. Calories in, calories out are what determine your body weight.
Obese people — fit or unfit, active or not — are on average at greater risk of heart disease, diabetes and early death than lean people with similar behaviors.