Mediterranean Diet, Olive Oil and Nuts: Key to Health?

Another excellent study published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal further supports the greatness of the Mediterranean diet, olive oil and nuts in improving health.

Metabolic syndrome (high blood pressure, low HDL, high triglycerides […]

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Physical Inactivity Is As Bad As Smoking

I think that it is safe to assume that we are all aware that physical inactivity is not the best for optimal health. Well, a study in the Lancet,¬†reveals that physical inactivity may […]

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Vitamin D Lowers Weight? New Study Finds

Unless you have fair-colored skin and spend many hours a day in the sun, it may be prudent to assume that you are vitamin D deficient unless your lab work proves otherwise. According to

Intermittent Fasting Reduces Cholesterol And Aids Weight Loss

I have recently become a huge fan of intermittent fasting. While I am not 100% certain, I am beginning to believe that we simply bombard our bodies with too much food, too often. We eat […]

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Exercise Oxidants Prevent Chronic Disease

Researcher’s latest hypothesis is that chronic disease, such as diabetes, cancer, cardiovascular disease, dementias and some cancers¬†are linked to a failure to generate sufficient biological oxidants, called reactive oxygen species (ROS).

Each day, billions, […]

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How Hard Should You Exercise?

The intensity of your workout, or how hard you exercise, is probably the most important variable in determining the outcome of your workout routine. If you think about it, it makes since. Exercise is supposed […]

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