In the fitness world, people often say you should “listen to your body” when deciding what to do if you aren’t feeling great. That advice often amounts to permission to take the day off, which is certainly a valid option in many cases. Read more…
If you’ve ever had a couple boozy drinks and conked out as soon as your head hit the pillow, you’re familiar with alcohol’s powers as a sedative or depressant. But once you doze off after a night of drinking, the physiology of alcohol and sleep don’t mix quite as seamlessly: That same relaxant property of […]
By: Cat Ebeling, RN, MSN-PHN, co-author of the best-sellers: The Fat Burning Kitchen, The Top 101 Foods that Fight Aging & The Diabetes Fix What if you were unintentionally drinking multiple medications in your glass of water? Medications such as blood pressure medicine, diabetes medicine, epilepsy medication, birth control pills and antibiotics. All of these have been found in […]
THE WORLD is in the grip of a measles “epidemic” owing to low vaccine uptake among children. The UK is particularly exposed due to woefully low vaccination levels. Speaking to Express.co.uk, Doctor Stuart Sanders, GP at The London General Practice revealed the five “serious” signs to spot in your child.
Jogging is the happy medium between a walk and a sprint. If you’re looking to up your cardio game from a stroll, but don’t want to go all-out in a sprint, this moderate-intensity exercise is for you. According to Healthline, jogging is chock-full of health benefits—it enhances your mood and cardiorespiratory health, helps you shed […]
When you think about losing fat, most of us are thinking about subcutaneous fat: the type of fat that is under the skin and the first thing you’ll lose when you eat fewer calories than you burn. What we’re less familiar with is abdominal fat, also called visceral fat, the “harmful” type of fat. This […]
VISCERAL fat is dubbed the ‘hidden’ fat because it wraps around the abdominal organs, where it can neither be seen nor prodded. The main threat it poses to health is inflammation, which is a common precursor for metabolic disease. According to researchers, one common eating habit could increase the risk of fat storage around the […]
We all have bad behaviors that we can’t kick, some are actually more harmful than you think! While we all know smoking, excessive drinking, substance abuse and consuming too many calories is dangerously unhealthy, there’s other risky habits that can be equally damaging healthwise. Eat This, Not That! Health spoke with experts who reveal things […]
Stress is a part of life. What used to be lions, tigers, and bears have now become credit scores, job applications, and car maintenance. So while the type of stressors…
Pregnancy is such an exciting time in someone’s life. Full of changes, questions, and unknowns. A lot of those unknowns fall into the category of “What on Earth is going…
When people visit my website, MenAlive, you will see my welcome video, “Confessions of a twice-divorced marriage counselor.” I used to try and hide the fact that I’d been married twice and divorced twice. Who would ever want to come to see a marriage counselor who was a failure at marriage? But I’ve learned some […]
By: Cat Ebeling, RN, MSN-PHN, co-author of the best-sellers: The Fat Burning Kitchen, The Top 101 Foods that Fight Aging & The Diabetes Fix You may be seeing mushrooms as ingredients in everything from kombucha to coffee drinks to protein powders and supplements to healthy snacks lately. Mushrooms are everywhere and they have been discovered as the new […]
By: Cat Ebeling, RN, MSN-PHN, co-author of the best-sellers: The Fat Burning Kitchen, The Top 101 Foods that Fight Aging & The Diabetes Fix If you’ve ever seen dragon fruit in the store, it would certainly catch your eye! It looks almost like it came from another planet, it’s so wild looking. Dragon fruit comes from tropical areas of […]
Unless you live next door to a fish market or a good seafood restaurant, you’re probably not eating fish consistently enough to reap the heart-healthy benefits of its omega-3 fatty acids. Regularly eating fatty fish like tuna, salmon, sardines, herring, black cod, and mackerel is associated with a lower risk of cardiovascular disease, according to […]
HIGH cholesterol describes a build-up of a fatty substance called cholesterol in your blood. This condition doesn’t typically present symptoms but “dangerously high levels” might come with a warning sign on your skin. An expert shares how to spot this and when to seek medical help.
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Dumbbells and barbells, the two workhorses of free weight training, each have subtly different advantages. Dumbbells are small; you hold one in each hand. A barbell is the longer, typically two-handed implement. Many exercises can be done with either one. So how do you choose? Read more…
Weight lifting is one of the best way to drastically tend your physique—and that goes for anyone, of any gender, with any experience (if you know where to start). Chest exercises can improve everything from posture to upper body range of motion. Still, if the idea of getting beneath a 45-pound bar that’s then loaded […]
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MATCHA was first popularised more than 900 years ago by Chinese Zen Buddhist monks, yet it still continues to be a firm favourite across the globe. This intense green powder has made its mark in coffee shops and cooking alike – but what are the health benefits of this ‘superfood’ ingredient?
By: Cat Ebeling, RN, MSN-PHN, co-author of the best-sellers: The Fat Burning Kitchen, The Top 101 Foods that Fight Aging & The Diabetes Fix Do you take zinc to help prevent colds, flu and Covid? If not, you should be getting zinc on a daily basis. Zinc is an amazing mineral that has many benefits, including powering up your […]