We already know that hitting the weights at the gym makes us stronger and fitter. But what many people don’t realize is that strength training does far more than that for both your body and your brain. [Read more…] about How Weight Training Changes Your Brain
This article highlights the scale, its history, and its association with glorified weight loss and also explains “Why Scales don’t Measure Actual Health.” In one of my posts about focusing on one’s health I stated that the scale and Body Mass Index charts are essentially flawed in trying to gauge one’s health status.
Most women gain weight as they age, but excess pounds aren’t inevitable. To minimize menopause weight gain, step up your activity level and enjoy a healthy diet. [Read more…] about Menopause weight gain: Stop the middle age spread
Is reversing Type 2 Diabetes possible? YES, according to many registered dieticians, certified diabetes educators, personal testimonials, and university trials/studies.
As many people are aware, Type 2 Diabetes is referred to as a ‘lifestyle disease.’ That’s because it’s brought on mostly by one’s lifestyle, which almost always involves a sedentary one with poor nutrition.