What Should I Eat While Training for the Military?

Introduction Training for the military requires stamina and discipline for what you get out of your body and what you put into it. The most crucial thing to remember about eating while you are training is that you need to consume enough calories to sustain your body during your workouts and military exercises. Diet A… Read More

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What are the Differences in the Prevalence of Fruit & Vegetable Consumption in Spanish Workers?

Research Paper Title Differences in the Prevalence of Fruit and Vegetable Consumption in Spanish Workers. Background The present study aims to examine the differences in daily fruit and vegetable consumption in the working population in Spain. Methods A cross-sectional study was conducted, using data from the 2017 National Health Survey (n = 10,700 workers aged… Read More

7 Foods that Boost Testosterone in Humans

There are a variety of methods for increasing individual testosterone levels (T-levels). While exercise, lifting weights, controlled stress levels, good sleep, and sun exposure can aid in boosting testosterone levels, a balanced diet can do wonders for it also. A diet based on whole foods has the potential to both optimise testosterone levels and the… Read More

Natural Pain Remedies

You could pop a couple of NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) to reduce the pain and soreness that can be associated with exercise, or you could eat some sweet potatoes, oranges, strawberries, ginger, and pineapple, for example. Each of these foods (and there are many others) has natural anti-inflammatory properties and can actually help to strengthen… Read More

Can a Fibre-rich Diet Help Control Diabetes?

A high-veg diet can help treat type 2 diabetes – and it seems to do this by altering gut bacteria. Liping Zhao at Shanghai Jiao Tong University in China and his colleagues compared the effects of two diets in people with type 2 diabetes. Over 12 weeks 16 people followed a low-fat, low-carb diet; and 27 people ate a… Read More

Is the Consumption of Fruit & Vegetables Inversely Associated with the Incident Risk of Cognitive Disorders?

Research Paper Title Intake of Fruit and Vegetables and the Incident Risk of Cognitive Disorders: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Cohort Studies. Background No quantitative assessment has been performed to specifically link the consumption of fruit and vegetables with the incident risk of cognitive disorders. Methods The researchers searched the PubMed and the Embase… Read More

5 Kilograms of Broccoli A Day Keeps the Doctor Away!

“Broccoli extract lowers blood sugar EATING your greens just got even better for you. A substance found in broccoli can reduce blood sugar levels in people with diabetes. Anders Rosengren [and colleagues (2017)] at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden tested sulphoraphane, found in broccoli sprouts, in a trial of 97 people with type 2 diabetes. On average,… Read More