You Need More Vitamin D

‘Tis the season to be jolly? According to science, not so much. During the winter season, rates of depression, anxiety, and overall dampened moods are almost always on the rise, and one of the nutrients to blame is definitely vitamin D. It’s easier than you’d think to up your vitamin D intake. Commonplace foods, such as fish, eggs, and these eight others,Read More

Eating After A Workout

What you eat after a workout matters! No matter what time of day you exercise, the key is to follow up with meals that combine protein, which helps your muscles recover, and carbohydrates, which replenish energy stores. For best results, eat within 30 to 60 minutes after exercise, when muscles are most receptive. During this window, an increase inRead More

Things You Can Learn About Your Health

Here are some of the things you can learn about your health just be looking your mouth. That you’re diabetic or pre-diabetic Dentist Dr. Gary Glassman told INSIDER that, “ulcers, infections, inflammation of your gums, thrush, bad breath, [and] tooth decay,” can all point to diabetes Since you see a dentist every six months — orRead More

Eating while standing can make you fat

Good eating habits are not just about what we ingest but also, and above all, how we ingest it. Eating slowly and thoughtfully, chewing thoroughly and enjoying a meal sitting down, for example, are all behaviors that can affect your weight. Eating while Standing = Weight Gain You do it all the time—at parties, officeRead More

Losing Weight Without Even Trying

A well-balanced breakfast is a key part of any stay-slim plan. Research shows that breakfast eaters typically consume about 100 fewer calories per day and weigh less than those who skip it. This strategy works in the long run too. Nearly 80% of participants in the National Weight Control Registry, which charts dieters who haveRead More

Lower Stress With Exercise

Exercising with a friend might be better for your health than exercising all alone, reducing stress and improving quality of life. New research suggests that group exercise, such as in a fitness class setting, may reduce stress by about a quarter but people who go solo may not see any change at all. The study,Read More