A The first of the year is a time when many people choose to try and lose weight. For decades, conventional wisdom has been telling us to “eat less and exercise more”. There is truth to this – it will cause weight loss. However, when you’re starving your body for nutrients, it starts breaking down […]
A popular myth in weight loss circles (and even with some Personal Trainers) is that to lose one pound of fat per week, you need to cut about 3,500 calories, or around 500 calories per day. This formula originated in a 1959 paper by medical researcher Max Wishnotsky and is based on how calories are […]
Myth #1: Protein is bad for you. Protein has often been accused of harming bones and kidneys. Indeed, early studies showed that more protein in the diet was linked to more calcium in the urine, thus causing researchers to jump to an erroneous conclusion. Subsequent studies have shown that dietary protein promotes dietary calcium absorption […]
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Drinking at least 5 glasses (40 oz) of water each day can reduce your chances of suffering from a heart attack by 40%. Dehydration can have a negative impact on your mind and energy levels. Water helps your body maintain its natural pH balance. Your spinal disc core is comprised of a large volume of […]
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Very simply, exercise is applying muscular force against resistance. Without resistance there can be no exercise. Furthermore, the quality of the resistance determines the value (results) of the exercise. Running, swimming, biking, flipping tires, they all provide an exercise stimulus. Any sort of muscular force, or muscle movement, when met by some type of resistance […]