fitness

It simply promotes the consumption of natural foods: nuts, seeds, legumes, fish, olive oil, fruits, veggies, and whole grains but it can get expensive.
Having a sugar-sweetened drink with a high-protein meal may negatively affect energy balance, alter food preferences and cause the body to store more fat.
As many as 90% of men in this country are overfat. How the heck is that possible?
Researchers measured biochemical, physiological, and behavioral responses to food after depriving participants of sleep. The results they found were sobering.
Exercise might not be equally effective in males and females, according to research.
Food labels tell you what's in the food, how many calories a food item contains, and how much sugar, sodium, fat, and carbohydrates you're getting with each serving. Is that enough?
No, there is no subculture of people who are getting fat because they're snorting food Scarface-style.
Researchers delved into the workings of skeletal muscle to determine how effective BCAAs are for muscle growth.
For the first time, researchers show that exercising burns the fat found within bone marrow and offers evidence that this process improves bone quality and the amount of bone in a matter of weeks.
Vegans and vegetarians, take note. Your diet definitely does have its advantages, but it's not all peaches and coconut milk cream.
Timing meals later at night can cause weight gain and impair fat metabolism.
A single minute of exercise each day is linked to better bone health in women, new research shows.
In a new study, researchers analyzed what women say makes them feel happy and successful, and how their expectations and beliefs about exercise foster or undermine those things.
Researchers have found that diabetics need to work extra hard in order to see the benefits of exercise.
We've all heard the saying, "Too much of a good thing can be bad for you." Yes, that includes exercise.
People spend years dieting, exercising, and doing their best to try to lose weight, but they barely see any results for their efforts.
A new study is one of the first to link alcohol consumption with a higher prevalence of sarcopenia in postmenopausal women.