Water keeps your body running—it helps regulate your body temperature, keeps your joints cushioned, protects your spinal cord and other sensitive tissues, and gets rid of waste through sweating, peeing, and the like, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. It helps you lose weight –In a study published in the journal Obesity in 2010, adult dieters who drank a
According to a new study published online in the British Journal of Nutrition, people who exercise early in the morning on an empty stomach burn more fat. Researchers at Northumbria University asked 12 physically active men to hit treadmills in the morning—some on an empty stomach, and some who had eaten breakfast. The results showed two significant findings: Early workouts
This may not sit well with you, but it’s something that you need to know, and so I’m just going to come out and say it. See, the way I see it they’re insulting your intelligence. Who’s “they”? THEY are the talking heads you see on TV and hear on the radio. And I’m convinced they’re trying to make you
First off… don’t. Missing a workout not only increases your chances of gaining every pound you’ve lost, it also increase your risk of accelerated fat accumulation by 217% over the course of the following 24 hours. OK, THAT’S TOTALLY NOT TRUE! But who hasn’t felt that way after missing a day at some point? Your mind goes crazy– worrying about
If you’ve ever spent even 2 minutes on the internet, it’s pretty clear that there is no shortage of weight loss, fat loss, and diet advice out in the world today. In a way, this is kind of a good thing. If someone is motivated to lose weight and change the direction of their health, they’ve got a ton of
Its Sunday Morning. I am getting ready to launch a new business venture. Its a surprise but I can tell you this much…..It is health and fitness related! I also snuck in a workout yesterday at the Builtmore! I am telling you the only thing that gym has going for it is that it is airconditioned other than that
Who Else Wants To Lose Weight Faster? Some people have a love-hate relationship with fiber. On one hand you love it because it really fills you up because it’s either really bulky when you eat it (like bran and beans – insoluble fiber) or it expands and fills your stomach once consumed (like psyllium and flaxseeds – soluble fiber).