Exercise and Fitness

Study Shows Doing Too Much of This Common Activity Can Age You By 8 Years

Study Shows Doing Too Much of This Common Activity Can Age You By 8 Years

Want to live longer? And feel better? Then you need to stop doing so much of this…

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‘Primal Fitness’ Tips That Can Transform Your Health

Posted by on February 6, 2018 in Exercise and Fitness, Health with 0 Comments
‘Primal Fitness’ Tips That Can Transform Your Health

The greatest health hazard of aging is not loss of aerobic capacity but loss of metabolic capacity and the metabolic flexibility that comes with lean muscle mass. The secret to lifelong health and peak performance is modeling the lifestyle behaviors of our hunter gatherer ancestors — the so-called Paleolithic approach.

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How Your Body Detoxifies & Repairs Itself and Natural Ways You Can Boost the Process

How Your Body Detoxifies & Repairs Itself and Natural Ways You Can Boost the Process

Help your body help itself by reading this and learning the little ways you can get your body to repair itself regularly.

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Are You Exercising and Gaining Weight?

Written by on February 2, 2018 in Exercise and Fitness, Health with 0 Comments
Are You Exercising and Gaining Weight?

There are a lot of reasons for physical activity, it boosts serotonin levels, increases muscle mass, and helps you manage stress, etc. But one thing that you might not know is that physical exercise doesn’t necessarily help you lose weight.

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10 Amazing Reasons to Always Practice Yoga

Posted by on January 31, 2018 in Exercise and Fitness, Health with 1 Comment
10 Amazing Reasons to Always Practice Yoga

There are really more than 10 reasons why yoga is so good for you. But following is a brief highlight of some of the reasons you should consider adding yoga to your world. Here are 10 health benefits of yoga.

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Here’s How Much Movement Your Body Needs – Dr. Mercola

Posted by on January 28, 2018 in Exercise and Fitness, Health, Prevention with 0 Comments
Here’s How Much Movement Your Body Needs – Dr. Mercola

For every hour you sit, your life expectancy decreases by two hours. Research has also found that sitting for more than three hours a day causes 3.8 percent of all-cause deaths. 20-25 minutes of walking per day may add anywhere from three to seven years to your lifespan. As little as two hours of walking per week may also reduce mortality risk in older adults. Brisk walking has even been shown to improve life expectancy in smokers and overweight individuals.

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These Fun and Simple Activities Can Delay Death, Study Shows

Posted by on January 27, 2018 in Alternative Health Care, Exercise and Fitness, Health with 0 Comments
These Fun and Simple Activities Can Delay Death, Study Shows

Exercise can undoubtedly help you live better, but what about longer?

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‘Run For Your Bun’ Cafe Offers Free Food To Patrons Who Exercise

Posted by on January 24, 2018 in Exercise and Fitness, Food, Drink & Nutrition, Health with 0 Comments
‘Run For Your Bun’ Cafe Offers Free Food To Patrons Who Exercise

Few people enjoy working out, but would you go to the gym if it meant you could score a free and healthy meal? For the first time ever, a cafe based in England is offering patrons a free lunch if they commit to working out for just six minutes.

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Practicing Yoga Can Positively Alter Your DNA And Prevent Chronic Diseases, Studies Find

Posted by on January 23, 2018 in Exercise and Fitness, Health, Prevention with 0 Comments
Practicing Yoga Can Positively Alter Your DNA And Prevent Chronic Diseases, Studies Find

Two studies, which were conducted separately at Harvard University and the University of Calgary, found that yoga has an epigenetic effect on the body, which means that it alters the expression of the genes without changing the genetic code itself. At Harvard University, researchers found that yoga can positively change your cellular metabolic functions and improve things like nutrient absorption and the prevention of chronic diseases. Additionally, the Calgary study found that practicing yoga can also extend your life.

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Exercise is Good for the Eyes and Overall Brain Health

Exercise is Good for the Eyes and Overall Brain Health

Some research suggests that exercise can help improve your vision.

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Autophagy, Fasting & Exercise : Scientists Reveal Multiple Ways You Can Slow Down The Process of Aging

Autophagy, Fasting & Exercise : Scientists Reveal Multiple Ways You Can Slow Down The Process of Aging

Slowing the process of aging is something that people have been debating for years.

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Trying to Motivate Yourself to Exercise More? Don’t Make This Common Mistake

Posted by on January 17, 2018 in Exercise and Fitness, Health with 1 Comment
Trying to Motivate Yourself to Exercise More? Don’t Make This Common Mistake

Do you want to know the best way to motivate yourself to stay with a good, physical regimen? Read this!

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Recreational Running May Be Good for Your Hips and Knees

Recreational Running May Be Good for Your Hips and Knees

Findings suggest that recreational running may actually be good for your hips and knees.

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Dr. Axe: 20 Exercise Hacks To Sneak Into Your Daily Routine

Posted by on January 8, 2018 in Exercise and Fitness, Health with 0 Comments
Dr. Axe: 20 Exercise Hacks To Sneak Into Your Daily Routine

Your busy schedule makes it difficult to schedule a full-blown work-out routine. But with these super simple tips you’ll sneak in enough physical activity to reduce mortality and increase life expectancy.

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Do This 3-Minute Nitric Oxide Dump Workout to Boost Your Health and Slow Down Age-Related Muscle Decline

Posted by on January 8, 2018 in Exercise and Fitness, Health, Prevention with 0 Comments
Do This 3-Minute Nitric Oxide Dump Workout to Boost Your Health and Slow Down Age-Related Muscle Decline

Do you have three or four minutes, one to three times a day, to devote to your health? By using that time to engage in one of the best high-intensity exercises out there — the Nitric Oxide Dump — you can improve your mitochondrial health, slowing down age-related muscle decline.

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