This is the second part of a previous blog post (“Life Changes: Diet for Living”) for which I will be offering more and more controversial information pertaining to diet and heart disease. There are many alternative diets out there; and in the more recent years, keto, carnivore, and animal-based diets have been on the rise.
July 2022 How much do YOU know about Nutrition and Health? The following questions were asked of physicians in the January 2022 edition of Medscape, an online reference for healthcare providers. See how much YOU know: 1. Which most accurately expresses the results of a study on the risk for stroke and dementia in people
April 2021 Why Exercise Doesn’t Burn Calories as Expected: Compensation We all grew up hearing a mile walk or jog burns 100 calories; that you have to burn 3500 calories to lose a pound of fat; that you can’t exercise weight off…WHAT? Yes, it’s much easier to eat 100 calories than it is to run
There are two crises – other than political and covid-19 – that America, and maybe the modern, Westernized world in general, though also the rest of the world everywhere, must face that will destroy humankind: obesity and diet. And the fitness community, especially us professionals, has to accept our roles as potential solutions and causes.
If I were an expert on anything, it would be somewhere in the category of fitness but not in medicine. What is fitness, anyway? This question has been asked by health, exercise, wellness, medical and fitness experts for over 50 years, pretty much since Dr Ken Cooper researched and wrote on, and developed the very
Spring 2020 The Year of the Coronavirus It is hard to understate the impact of a pandemic on the personal, professional, economic and political lives of a society, especially one that includes everyone across the globe. The sudden spread and fearful consequences of a what’s called ‘novel’ coronavirus – Covid-19 – has sequestered students at
Not long ago, I wrote about the ongoing controversy with artificial sweeteners in the American diet and culture. An article from September 2019 in the Washington Post brings more to bear on this topic, not for the findings but for the conversation around them. First, the article addresses the results of a European study in
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