Do you remember what Peter Pettigrew looked like in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban?
When Professor Lupin and Sirius Black transform him from Scabbers the rat into Peter Pettigrew, you'll probably recall the distinct image of the fat little man cowering in the corner of the wooden house!
But beside the fact that he's in big trouble for helping YouKnowWho as Peter Pettigrew, actor ... ››› more
The word intermittent fasting has been going around for a while now.
But recently, researchers from the University of Florida put a spin on it.
This because one of the researchers says as great as it is to fast for a short while every day to improve your health, no one wants to go through life always cutting back on calories.
So, they looked into what intermittent fasting did, and whet... ››› more
We all know poor nutrition… lack of sleep… extra toxins and too much stress are all factors that cause you to age… And fast!
But what most people don't know is you can actually slow down the aging process by simply activating your Myokines.
You see Myokines are three potent metabolic molecules that trigger a powerful anti-inflammatory response to fight the day to day stresses and toxin... ››› more
All around the world, if you ever offered a dieter an egg to eat they'd blatantly refuse.
Because eggs are high in cholesterol and they make you fat. Or so they thought.
Now “old-school” dieters have to swallow their words. Because eggs are actually incredibly healthy for you and they help you lose weight!
Here are some of the best reasons to add eggs to your diet if you'... ››› more
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