Andy Peloquin

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New research shows walking or jogging helps patients with advanced gastrointestinal cancer to cope better with the side effects of chemotherapy.
The study found a harsh truth: only 35% of coffee drinkers have their coffee black. That means 65% are adding sugar, cream, flavored syrups, and a lot more crap.
You don't have to be small and trim to reap the benefits of exercise. Exercise can decrease your cardiovascular risk even if you're in a higher-BMI category.
You know you think it's true: men are supposed to sweat, women glow. Science levels the playing field for the sexes.
While exercises such as swimming and cycling are beneficial to overall health, these activities do not strengthen the skeleton. For that you need to lift some weights.
HIIT workouts can lead to improvements at a cellular level that may end up holding back the effects of aging.
Ancient cultures across the globe have included fasting as a part of their spiritual or meditational practice for years. Science see the benefits.
A study from UC Santa Barbara found that even small changes in the modern diet could lead to climate change.
It's incredible how little you have to do to make a change in your levels of fitness so, why do people still have problems?
Couch potatoes get more out of high-intensity workouts because they stick with it longer. Enjoyment plays a big part.
The impact of even small changes in weight on your health shouldn't be dismissed.
Men do have an easier time packing on muscle, and their metabolisms tend to run faster but women may be better at rocking an intense workout.