Health

"Eat carbs and die." Well, it might not be that dramatic, but a new study says the two may be related.
If we can make small changes, then we can reverse a downward spiral and create an upward spiral.
A review of almost 100 studies found iron supplements may be especially important for runners, but not in high doses.
By eating anti-inflammatory foods, your body will stay stronger, recover faster, and attain better results in whatever sport you pursue.
Researchers wanted to see how vitamin D levels correlated with power, speed, and cardiovascular ability in elite soccer players.
We have clues in our blood that are easy to measure. These clues can have a major impact on our performance and long-term health.
If you have a family history of diabetes, does strength training affect you differently? A new study suggests, "No."
Scientists wanted to know how different nutrients affect HDL levels. The highest performers may come as a surprise.
Anyone who lifts regularly knows the importance of hand maintenance and muscle pain relief. That's where crossFIXE can help.
Today I happily live an empowering life, sharing my MS journey with others. But it hasn't always been that way.
Our role as parents and coaches is to develop the athlete’s self-esteem not only as an athlete, but as a whole person.
Every little bite of food can alter gene expression and affect health. How can we make this work for us?
Headaches from lifting can adversely affect your functionality and ability to train for several days, if you’re lucky, and possibly weeks, if you’re not.
UCL injuries in baseball players have skyrocketed in the last decade. Finding the solution requires that we ask the right questions.
What if I told you adipose tissue could actually increase your metabolic function and lower your overall body weight index?
Since soy’s health claims seem to be unsubstantiated, should we avoid anything that says it contains soy lecithin?
A recent editorial reviewed the role of the mitochondria in extreme situations such as high altitude and fasting.