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Even Moderate Exercise Provides Visible Results
When you think of a good workout, no doubt you picture yourself covered in sweat, muscles aching, lungs burning, and pushing yourself to your limits...it's not the only way to get healthy.
Canola Oil In Your Diet Reduces Abdominal Fat
Researchers show that canola oil, when added to a healthy diet, may reduce fat in as little as 4 weeks.
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Can Chocolate Help Fight Metabolic Syndrome?
Got a sweet tooth and don't know how to satisfy it? New research says chocolate is a good option.
What Kind of Exercise Improves Inflammation the Most?
A new study examined the effects of strength training and cardio on metabolic disorder risk.
Is Starch Dangerous? Why You Maybe Shouldn't Worry About Grain Brain
To remove an entire macronutrient group for preventative measures is unnecessary. Starch plays an important role in human function.
The Effects of Exercise Intensity on Insulin Control
Cardio has been shown to prevent metabolic syndrome, but does intensity make a difference? A new study asks whether more intensity is better when it comes to insulin control.
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: What Is PCOS and How to Treat It With Diet
PCOS affects an estimated 5-10% of women of reproductive age. While it was once thought to be a fertility problem, we now know it's an metabolic disorder treatable with exercise and good nutrition.
Your Lifestyle Choices Are Killing You And Your Children
We all have busy lives, and as such sometimes spend too much time "resting." The truth is the choices we make and the time we spend sedentary is literally killing us - and our children.
Your Lifestyle Outside the Gym Can Prevent Metabolic Syndrome
The activities you do outside of the gym - cleaning your home and walking - can have a positive impact on your health. Conversely, choosing to watch TV instead can lead to metabolic syndrome.
60 Minutes of Exercise Can Improve Insulin Resistance 25%
60 minutes of daily exercise can improve your insulin resistance by 25%. 120 minutes of exercise can improve it by 50%. If you're looking to avoid metabolic diseases, get up and start moving.
Understanding Metabolic Flexibilty and the Role of Insulin
Metabolic flexibility is our body's ability to burn either carbs or fat for fuel. High carb diets and high insulin can lead to metabolic inflexibility, which means metabolic diseases like diabetes.
Lifting Weights Reduces Risk of Metabolic Syndrome
New research indicates that regular weight lifting can reduce your risk of metabolic syndrome by up to 37%. Do you even know the indicators of metabolic syndrome?
Cardio Is Best Weapon Against Metabolic Syndrome
What one factor determined the risk amongst fire fighters when it came to cardiovascular disease and metabolic syndrome? Aerobic fitness. Cardiovascular fitness can help you live longer. It's a fact.
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