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The Highs & Lows of Testosterone – Randi Hutter Epstein

Getting a high testosterone reading offers bragging rights for some men of a certain age and may explain in part the lure of testosterone supplements. But once you are within a normal range, does your level of testosterone, the male hormone touted to build energy, libido and confidence, really tell you that much? Probably not, … Continue reading The Highs & Lows of Testosterone – Randi Hutter Epstein

A Diet Strategy That Counts Time, Not Calories – Sumathi Reddy

Stop counting calories. It’s the clock that counts.That’s the concept behind time-restricted feeding, or TRF, a strategy increasingly being studied by researchers as a tool for weight-loss, diabetes prevention and even longevity. In TRF, you can eat whatever you want and as much as you want—just not whenever you want. Daily food intake should be … Continue reading A Diet Strategy That Counts Time, Not Calories – Sumathi Reddy

Fit In My 40s You Could Do a Workout Using Only Your Body & Resistance Bands – The Guardian

The first thing you need for a home workout is a really tidy house. I’m not remotely house proud, but I can’t do even half a sit-up if I can see an empty yoghurt pot under the sofa (and I always can). So while, in theory, learning how to get fit under your own steam … Continue reading Fit In My 40s You Could Do a Workout Using Only Your Body & Resistance Bands – The Guardian

How to Introduce Flavor Into Your Kid’s Sad, Bland Diet – Michelle Woo

My five-year-old daughter has declared that ketchup is “spicy.” She prefers foods in shades of beige. Her ideal dinner rotation would be something like dino nuggets and peas, cheese pizza and peas, plain udon noodles and peas, tater tots and peas, and ice cream and peas. As a mom who was once a food writer, … Continue reading How to Introduce Flavor Into Your Kid’s Sad, Bland Diet – Michelle Woo

Five Last Minute Tips For First Time Marathoners Tackling The Auckland Marathon – Vera Alves

With thousands of people gearing up to run the iconic Auckland Marathon this Sunday, there'll be a lot of pasta-eating and nervous scrambling happening in Kiwi homes on Saturday night. You've done your training, now it's time to relax. Trust the hard work you've put into this over the last few months. Here are five … Continue reading Five Last Minute Tips For First Time Marathoners Tackling The Auckland Marathon – Vera Alves

This Is The Best Time To Eat Breakfast, According To A Nutritionist – Noma Nazish

Growing up, we've all heard the saying – "breakfast is the most important meal of the day." Famous sci-fi writer Robert A. Heinlein went so far as to say, "one should not attend even the end of the world without a good breakfast." And he couldn't be more right. A healthy breakfast doesn't just provide you … Continue reading This Is The Best Time To Eat Breakfast, According To A Nutritionist – Noma Nazish

Creatine Reduces Markers Of Aging – Will Brink

A naturally occurring organic acid known as creatine has long been used by athletes to boost their performance and build muscle strength without steroids. But emerging research is showing that creatine also has important anti-aging effects in vital tissues throughout the body. As we age, the unique benefits of creatine become more pronounced. From protection … Continue reading Creatine Reduces Markers Of Aging – Will Brink

The Most Important Part of a Runner’s Body is Their Feet – Laura Hill

Feet tend to get a bad rap. Lots of people say they are the ugliest part of the body and avoid touching them. Others neglect them - letting toenails get ingrown, corns and calluses to develop and tinea to spread. Our feet are capable of handling hundreds of tons of force every day, and runners … Continue reading The Most Important Part of a Runner’s Body is Their Feet – Laura Hill

A Diet Guru Explains Why You Should Eat Dinner At 2pm – Dr. Jason Fung

There have been two main changes in dietary habits from the 1970s (before the obesity epidemic) until today. First, there was the change is what we were recommended to eat. Prior to 1970, there was no official government sanctioned dietary advice. You ate what your mother told you to eat. With the publication of the … Continue reading A Diet Guru Explains Why You Should Eat Dinner At 2pm – Dr. Jason Fung

Lean Belly Breakthrough – Excellent Weight Loss Program Features A Bunch of Scientifically Proven Methods

https://youtu.be/-0OY-NToKek By this program, Bruce Krahn teaches you how to lose the life-threatening belly fat through the help of carefully selected herbs, spices, foods, as well as a quick 2-minute ritual and 5 specific natural body movements. The Lean Belly Breakthrough program has specifically been designed for the individuals who are aged more than 30 … Continue reading Lean Belly Breakthrough – Excellent Weight Loss Program Features A Bunch of Scientifically Proven Methods

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