Here’s a simple prescription for how to eat to maintain or regain your health, written by the esteemed Dr. Mark Hyman. Certainly worth a quick look.Continue reading
Kate Grip Denon posted lots of examples of trading high calorie foods for those of the lower calorie variety. And the reason you should care is that it’s much easier not to eat the calories than to exercise, or metabolize, them away. So read on and learn about this…Continue reading
The Biggest Loser Nutritionalist, Cheryl Forberg takes you through the reasons why building and maintaining muscle at any age is critical to living a long and vital life. There’s three ways that muscle relate to aging well, and three factors that make us lose muscle as we age.Continue reading
The aim: To dismantle the confusion about exercise and diet as they relate to weight loss. I present several studies that may seem contradictory and try to find the nuggets of truth.Continue reading
Aubrey de Grey says that the first human beings who will live to 1,000 years old have already been born. His plan calls for identifying all the components that cause human tissue to age, and designing remedies for each of them — forestalling disease and eventually pushing back death. Watch.Continue reading
Here are ten important weight loss tips: 1. Don’t skip meals.
2. Use smaller plates. 3. Count your calories. 4. Your metabolism is not the problem.
5. Protein staves off hunger. 6. Soup keeps you fuller for longer. 7. The wider your choice, the more you eat. 8. Low-fat diary helps excrete more fat (must be calorie neutral). 9. Exercise burns fat long after you stop, even while you sleep.
10. Keep moving to lose weight.