Find Your Center When Life Gets Crazy

Find Your Center When Life Gets Crazy

We’ve all had moments when life’s demands left us feeling stressed and scattered. In these moments, it’s helpful to have some simple tools to help us gain composure and come back to our center, gathering our thoughts, and re-prioritizing our life. There are times when...
Alcohol Causes Seven Forms of Cancer

Alcohol Causes Seven Forms of Cancer

Alcohol causes seven forms of cancer, and people consuming even low to moderate amounts are at risk, according to new analysis. Health experts endorsed the findings and said they showed that ministers should initiate more education campaigns in order to tackle...
Everything You Thought You Knew About Lactic Acid is Wrong

Everything You Thought You Knew About Lactic Acid is Wrong

For a semi-serious athlete, Jeremy Rosenberg is not unusual. The Los Angeles-based book editor is a weekend warrior on the city’s soccer fields, but says he pays for it after most games. “A couple of hours after I play I feel like what I imagine a whirling dervish...
Your Birthdate May Not Match Your Body’s Age

Your Birthdate May Not Match Your Body’s Age

People age at different rates, and now, a new study finds that people’s tendency to age more slowly or quickly than their contemporaries is evident in healthy people as young as their 30s. In the study, researchers looked at a group of people, all of whom were...
30 Minutes of Daily Exercise Can Help Men Live Longer Lives

30 Minutes of Daily Exercise Can Help Men Live Longer Lives

Even people who are older may see a longevity benefit from exercising: Older men who exercise 30 minutes a day tend to live longer than their couch-potato counterparts, a new study finds. In the study of men in their 60s and 70s, those who routinely did 30 minutes of...
Crossfit P90X or Working Out When Sick

Crossfit P90X or Working Out When Sick

Lets face it, we all get sick at some point, and its usually not at the best of times.  Recently, I have come under the spell of a cold, that just won’t seem to let loose its grip on me.  When I thought I was getting better, I decided to go back to my CrossFit...
High Fructose Corn Syrup Damages the Brain

High Fructose Corn Syrup Damages the Brain

Attention, college students cramming between midterms and finals: Binging on soda and sweets for as little as six weeks may make you stupid. A new UCLA rat study is the first to show how a diet steadily high in fructose slows the brain, hampering memory and learning...
10 Cokes a Day for a Month

10 Cokes a Day for a Month

By now you probably know that drinking too much soda is bad for your health. It can lead to expanding waistlines, put you at a greater risk of type 2 diabetes, and increase the chance of developing certain cancers, to start. Well, one man decided to drink 10 cans of...

Danger! Sitting Can Kill You!

While sitting may not seem harmful, a sedentary lifestyle may raise the risk of heart disease and premature death. Inactivity may also increase the chances of heart failure in men. Heart failure affects an estimated 5.7 million Americans, and there are more than...
8 Foods that Pack on Muscle

8 Foods that Pack on Muscle

OVERVIEW If muscles were made from chips and beer, we’d look huge. But they aren’t, and we don’t—unless you count that sack o’ fat up front and dead center. If not Doritos and double bock, then what? We decided to delve deep into the human...
How Many Calories are You Burning

How Many Calories are You Burning

Ever wonder how efficient your workout really is? We crunched the numbers to reveal the calorie-torching potential of 20 types of exercise, from walking and jogging to surfing and Spinning. Hiking and backpacking Calorie burn is calculated with a formula designed by...
Is Gluten Bad for Your Body

Is Gluten Bad for Your Body

“Gluten Free” has been all the rage for the past several years, and gaining popularity more and more.  While not directly having a gluten allergy, or Celiac Disease, my sister was diagnosed with a severe form of the disease several years ago. I have...

Father’s Testosterone Drops After Baby Arrives

A father’s testosterone level drops steeply after his baby arrives, showing that human males are biologically wired to care for their offspring, a U.S. study out Tuesday showed. Researchers from Northwestern University, Illinois, followed a large group of men in...

Proper Rest & Recovery

Why You Need to Rest & Recover Sometimes you just need a break from your normal exercise routine.  Recently, I’ve been traveling quite a bit for work, which has given me the opportunity to change up my normal workout routine, and even take a break from it. ...

Natural agent kills bacteria in food

U.S. scientists learned a naturally-occurring agent thаt destroys thе bacteria thаt cause meat, fish, eggs аnd dairy products tο rot. Researchers аt thе University οf Minnesota reported thе discovery οf bisin — a naturally-occurring compound produced virtually ѕοmе...