20 JANUARY 2017

The One Thing You Can Do To Improve Your Health

According to HuffPost Medical Editor Dr. Dean Ornish, the most important thing we can do to boost our health today is something we’re genetically wired to do already: love more.

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20 NOVEMBER 2015

The Redemption of Cholesterol

Dr Mercola has a new video and article all about cholesterol and how it has perhaps been unfairly given the blame for causing heart disease.

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8 OCTOBER 2015

Aspartame: The Bitter Truth Behind This Toxic Sweetener

Sadly, these are only a few of the dangerous effects of drinking diet soda, really this list could go on and on! And hey, if your main concern is looking good, diet soda really stains your teeth.

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Should I Stop My Statins?

They are the most commonly prescribed medication, and for years, they’ve been touted as the best way to manage cholesterol.

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Why Do We Overeat, and How Can We Stop?

In a nutshell, research shows that calories gleaned from bread, refined sugars, and processed foods promote overeating, whereas calories from whole vegetables, protein, and fiber decrease hunger.

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The Truth About Diet Soda

The issue with diet soda is that the artificial sweeteners used are actually 200-300 times sweeter than natural sugar.

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What Sugar Does To Your Brain

Sugar is the ultimate frenemy. There’s so much to love, and then sometimes you really think about it and you’re like, ugh, WHYYY.

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24 AUGUST 2015

Know your fitness regime — CrossFit

Founded by Greg Glassman, CrossFit is a fitness regime that is aimed at optimising physical competence in these 10 areas:

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25 MAY 2015

Fitness Safety in the Sun

Gym rats, listen up. If the summer weather has enticed you to take your fitness routine outside, you need to make a few adjustments.

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22 MAY 2015

Exercise Can Turn Bad Fat Into Good Fat

Researchers have found that exercise helps “bad” fat transform into a form of “good” fat that is more metabolically active.

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