Eat Well And Exercise During Pregnancy For Heart-Healthy Kids

Everyone wants strong, healthy children. Good cardiovascular health is the foundation of health. New research tells us that one key to ensuring that your children are heart-healthy later in life is for mom to eat well and exercise while pregnant.

Anorexic Girls And Stunted Growth

Anorexia Nervosa affects about 1 percent of women and 0.3 percent of men over the age of 15. It can cause serious health problems, including digestive system damage, hormonal damage and even heart attacks. If new research is accurate, girls with anorexia may also be at risk of stunted growth.

Vitamin D And The Risk Of Infection And Severity Of Symptoms Of COVID-19 Coronavirus

Adequate levels of vitamin D have been linked to reduced risk of respiratory infections and conditions including influenza, tuberculosis and even childhood asthma. But can vitamin D help fight off COVID-19 coronavirus? And if you do get infected, can adequate vitamin D levels reduce the severity of symptoms?

Is Obesity Killing You Faster?

Obesity puts you at risk for a variety of life-altering or life-threatening conditions and diseases. These include cardiovascular disease, cancer, type 2 diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease, decreased cognition and a weak immune system. These are all common “side effects” of aging, too. Is obesity just accelerated or premature aging?

Meal Timing And Weight Loss

Meal timing for weight loss, fat loss and gaining muscle has long been a kind of turf war in the fitness/nutrition profession. Should you eat breakfast to lose weight? Are late night snacks bad? Each time one question seems to get answered, more pop up. One study may have actually provided a real answer. Maybe.