There’s sugar in a donut. And there is sugar in corn and apples. But are they the same?
You don’t have to be a gym rat to add movement into your day.
This article talks about 24 ways to exercise without the gym. There are some obvious suggestions here, like outdoor activities that count as exercise.
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Is fish consumption the reason why the rate of heart disease is so low among the Japanese? In his book The Starch Solution, Dr. John McDougall suggests that it is not fish that is the secret to the longevity and slender bodies of Japanese people eating a traditional Japanese diet, but rather the rice that is the mainstay of their meals.
For many patients with Type 2 diabetes, progression is a familiar story. First, you try to control it with food. Then you need oral medication, often more than one kind. Then you move on to injectable medications like insulin, Victoza and Januvia.
My mother is in her early 70s and she goes to the gym three mornings a week. Her gym is well aware that older people need to remain active, and they have figured out a way to make exercise appealing enough to draw my mother, who was never attracted to exercise, into their studio every Monday, Wednesday and Friday morning at 10 AM.
Is there such a thing as healthy dietary fat? There are different schools of thought on this issue. But first an introduction to a few terms
There are so many health benefits of eating high-fiber oats. Here are some important ones.
Vegetable stock is a basic ingredient in healthy cooking. Some people live in places where it’s readily available in packages similar to milk cartons. But even if you can buy vegetable stock, there are some excellent reasons you might want to make it yourself.
Are you taking in toxins faster than your body can eliminate them?