Major depression, obesity and chronic pain are all linked to the effects of one protein, called “FK506-binding protein 51,” or FKBP51. Until now, efforts to inhibit this target have been hampered by the difficulty of finding something specific enough to do the job and not affect similar proteins. Now a research group has developed a… Continue reading Could Depression, Obesity and Chronic Pain All Be Treated by Suppression of One Protein?
Diabetes mellitus is associated with various health problems including decline in skeletal muscle mass. A research group led by Professor Wataru Ogawa at the Kobe Univ. Graduate School of Medicine revealed that elevation of blood sugar levels leads to muscle atrophy and that two proteins, WWP1 and KLF15, play key roles in this phenomenon. These… Continue reading Diabetes and Muscle Loss – How it Happens: Study
We’ve all done it. Over-indulged in something and paid the price. Too much dessert or one toomany drinks. The aftermath is rough, but you get through it, right? Well, what if over-indulging in something that’s good for you might have the potential to damage your health? What if it might even be fatal? Overtraining can… Continue reading Podcast:Overtraining? 9 Signs to Watch For
Thanksgiving in the United States is 2 days away. On this day each year, we gather together with loved ones and other people we can’t stand to give thanks for the fact that the Pilgrims built the first casino on Plymouth Rock and gave it to the Indians. That’s not it? Wow, is my history… Continue reading Tryptophan and the REAL Reason Your Uncle Falls Asleep Every Thanksgiving
Can essential fatty acids REALLY help people with diabetes? You already know that essential fatty acids found in Krill and Fish oil can help protect the heart and cardiovascular system. But now, it may be able to control high blood sugar for those who suffer from diabetes. Effects Of Diabetes Diabetes is a disease which… Continue reading Are Essential Fatty Acids the Key to Beating Diabetes?
Cut calories or learn to use your brain to lose weight? It may be both, with an emphasis on the brain part. Behavioral therapy may be as important as caloric reduction, if a new McGill University study is to be believed. The study revealed that people who enjoy more success at weight loss exhibit more… Continue reading Your Key To Weight Loss May Be Your Brain
Once upon a time, in a galaxy not so far away, women believed that weight rooms and strength training facilities were places where big, burly and mostly smelly men ruled. Then a few brave women decided to challenge that belief and go to a gym. They found some women on cardio equipment, but they didn’t… Continue reading 7 Questions Women Ask About Strength Training