As, I'm sure, you already know, one of the best ways to stay healthy is exercise.
But do you really do it right?
Or is there still room for improvement?
I'd say there is. Plenty.
And do that very thing, just follow these simple rules:
1. Before and during exercise avoid these foods
Since you always have a relatively strenuous exercise regime, don't forget to drink a lo... ››› more
If you're carrying a lot of extra weight, chances are you have type 2 diabetes too.
This because of the string connection between the cause and effects of obesity and those of type 2 diabetes.
Scientists at The Research Department of Human Nutrition in Denmark say there's no denying diabetes is "a fat disease".
While another leading doctor in the field of nutrition, Mark Hyman, says t... ››› more
It may sound far-fetched, but just feeling emotional, worried and tense has the potential to wreck your health!
This because stress releases two hormones - adrenaline and cortisol - that can have devastating effects on your:
Ability to breathe;
Skin health; and
And it's no wonder people's health is failing them! With ... ››› more
Every four seconds, someone receives the diagnosis that they have dementia.
And that's why researchers tirelessly investigate ways to improve cognitive ability and brain function.
Earlier this year, researchers discovered how simple exercise can enlarge the part of the brain linked to memory and thinking skills. There's both a direct and indirect effect:
Direct: As you exercise, you l... ››› more
There are many health benefits of regular exercise. For starters, it can help reduce your risk of heart disease and stroke, high blood pressure, obesity, back pain, osteoporosis, and can improve your mood. If you're a man, you can add prostate protection to that list. Read on to find out how regular exercise can help keep your prostate healthy… If you’re not keen on exercise, it’s time to ch... ››› more
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