5 Healthy Practices Debunked

Thanks to the internet, the wellness trend has witnessed a massive increase in popularity over the past few years. You would think that with all the readily available information that we have today, nutrition and fitness misconceptions would be less common but, unfortunately, the renewed public interest in fitness and health has also opened the… Read More

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Things You Should Do to Live Better with Menopause

When you could be going through menopause for several years, it makes sense to find a way to live better with menopause symptoms. Naturally, it is going to be difficult to manage hot flushes/flashes and sleep disturbances, but certain tweaks to your lifestyle may surely make a difference. But, as well as thinking about using… Read More

5 Steps to Meet your Body’s Nutritional Needs & Aid your Fitness Goals

Okay, so January is nearly over, but you may still (just) be sticking to that New Year’s resolution of losing weight and getting fit! If you are trying to shed weight or gain muscle, you may have heard of macronutrients – or macros for short. However, calculating how much of your calorie intake should come… Read More

Avoid Diabetes, Eat Avocados!

Eating avocados may help to safeguard against type 2 diabetes. A study by the University of Guelph found that a compound called avocationB (AvoB) counteracts the insulin resistance and oxidation in skeletal muscles. In the study, mice were fed a high-fat diet to induce obesity and insulin resistance for eight weeks. For the next five… Read More

5 Different Approaches on Losing Weight

Christmas is getting closer and, usually, we all look for different ways to shed some pounds. If you are wondering why your efforts have not worked out the way you thought they would or you are just looking for a more effective method, maybe the reason is your approach. Every single body is different and… Read More

3 Awesome Health Benefits of Marijuana

The use of cannabis as a medical or psychoactive plant can trace its roots to antiquity. In fact, the use of marijuana dates back to the time before Christ. A 2700-year-old grave of a shaman was discovered to what is now known as the Yanghai Tombs – an expansive ancient cemetery located in the modern-day… Read More

Pre-treatment Weight Gain & Clinical Care

Research Paper Title Self-report versus objective measurement of weight history: implications for pre-treatment weight gain. Background There is increasing concern that patients gain considerable weight in the year prior to treatment and that outcomes may not reflect true treatment losses. To date, we know little about the accuracy of self-reported weight change prior to treatment.… Read More