A concise overview of steps one can take to preserve overall health and well-being regardless of age or physical limitations. Includes suggestions for natural pain relief.
There are tons of weight loss wraps on the market today and they all have one thing in common: they are pricey! Here is a way to do it yourself, get results, and save some money.
Obesity is on the rise worldwide. With over 1.6 billion adults who are overweight and another 400 million who are obese, there must be a solution. Find out what countries rates the highest and lowest in obesity rates.
How many minutes or hours can kids exercise or train for sports? It varies by age and activity. Find out here what are appropriate exercise limits for children.
Don't you just love food? In today's society food it is cheap, easy to store and transport, and available to the consumer anytime. So how much food do we really eat and how has that changed over time?
Studies in mice and humans indicate that the FTO gene plays a role in nervous and cardiovascular systems and has a strong association with body mass index, obesity risk, and type 2 diabetes.
My experience with the Zerona laser for fat reduction. Does it work? I double-checked the nurse's measurements at home—and my answer is "it's complicated."
There’s nothing wrong with taking medication, but it’s not the answer for everything. In fact, medication typically shouldn’t be the first thing to try for weight management.
Want to get paid to stay in shape? Read on to discover how to become a paid fitness model by a paid fitness model!
A new device called AspireAssist is taking the weight loss world by storm. With all its controversy, this food pump is showing significant results for weight loss.
Keeping track of the food you eat is the first step to real weight loss and fitness. Here are some great food journals to get you started.
Learn how you can change your body type to ectomorph, mesomorph, or endomorph. Some people are naturally thin, some gain muscle easily, and some have trouble losing fat.
When you "burn" fat to lose weight where does the fat go? When answer this question from a biochemical perspective, the answer becomes surprisingly simple.