Nutrition

5 Things You Need to Know About Creatine

The claims are everywhere. “Get Bigger and Stronger!” “Discover the Weightlifter’s Secret Weapon!” “Embrace the Creatine Transformation.” Every day, those looking to stay healthy with diet and exercise are bombarded with endless claims from an overwhelming...
Diet

15 Steps to Maintaining a Macrobiotic Diet

The origin of macrobiotics begins with a military doctor named Sagen Ishizuka. One of his students studied Ishizuka’s theory on balancing mineral salts, and the I-Ching. This student was George Ohsawa and a translation of his research introduced macrobiotics to America...
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What Is Water Weight and How to Lose It Naturally

You've been working hard to lose weight, but are you losing the right kind of weight? Or are you wasting effort that could be better spent burning calories? There are a few different kinds of weight loss. One type of weight loss involves burning calories and fat. You can also lose...
Diet

5 Reasons Why You’re Not Losing Weight Running

Running is regarded as one of the best forms of exercise for anyone trying to lose weight. So you went out and bought a great pair of running shoes, you started working with a personal trainer, and you thought you were on the path to a slimmer, thinner version of you. But to your dismay,...
Diet

How Color Affects Your Weight Loss

Losing weight involves more than just diet and exercise. Weight loss transcends the physical. Your mind plays a vital role in the equation, impacting everything from your motivation to exercise, your perception of food, and the experience of eating. In fact, the psychology...
Lifestyle

5 Ways Technology Is Causing You To Gain Weight

How much time do you spend in front of a screen? Phones serve as many of our alarm clocks, making them one of, if not the first thing we touch upon opening our eyes in the morning. We may then find ourselves immediately checking e-mails and social media as a means for delaying the inevitable:...
Diet

8 Surprising Foods That Can Heal Your Gut

Did you know your gut serves as your second brain? It even produces more of the feel-good neurotransmitter serotonin — thought to influence the mood — than your brain does. Your gut is also home to countless good and bad bacteria, which outnumber the cells in your body at...
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