Worried about what your kids might be eating in school? Concerned about the nutritional value of school cafeteria food? As it turns out, you might not be doing any better by packing your kids lunches. Survey research out of the UK’s University of Leeds, published in the online journal BMJ Open, says that less than… Continue reading Kids Bag Lunches Lack Nutritional Punch
This study is interesting, if not conclusive. Meta-analyses lack a clear indication of cause and effect. For that reason, they are not the ultimate scientific research tool. That being said, when a systematic review and meta-analysis reviews 28 studies from seven different countries and involves more than 21,000 kids between the ages of 1 and… Continue reading Lower Risk of Obesity and Overweight For Kids Who Drink Whole Milk
Ah, the holiday season. The food, the drink, the cheer. And then the sudden realization that the new year is about to begin and you don’t have any awesome plans or resolutions for next year! Can I share a little reality with you? Resolutions suck! So few people actually stick to them that they should… Continue reading Podcast: 11 Fitness and Health Game Changers For the New Year!
Well, we’ve reached the end of another year. Heck, it’s the end of a decade! Think back over the last year, two or even five years. Of all the “resolutions” you made, how many have you really kept? If the answer makes you a little depressed, that’s okay. Virtually every human on the planet who… Continue reading Make Resolutions That Don't Suck And Won't Fail!
Don’t look now, but they’re baaack! No, not the terminators, the holidays! That’s right!! It’s that (most wonderful) time of the year! The time of year when we should take time to reflect, be grateful and even joyful! Of course, just about all of us are rushing to get in the attic, the garage and… Continue reading How To Enjoy The Holidays Without Looking Like Santa's Stunt Double
Social justice, in particular the “war on poverty,” may have a brand new front: the human gut. More specifically, human gut microbiome. Suzanne Ishaq and her colleagues at the University of Oregon have just published an essay arguing this in the journal PLOS Biology. In their essay, they point out that poverty creates increased risk… Continue reading Poverty and an Unhealthy Gut
If you’re a young woman who doesn’t have an eating disorder now, but really wants one, there might be a simple way to get it! Diet pills and laxatives! There’s no guarantee, but according to the good folks over at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and at Boston Children’s Hospital, it’s probably a… Continue reading Take Diet Pills Now For An Eating Disorder Later
Mention that you’re on the ketogenic diet and you are just as likely to get scoffed at as you are to hear support. However, according to new research published in the November 15 edition of the journal Science Immunology, those who want better resistance to the influenza virus may want to consider the “keto” diet… Continue reading Can The Ketogenic Diet Beat The Flu?
Ultra-processed foods, which account for more than half of an average American’s daily calories, are linked to lower measures of cardiovascular health, according to preliminary research to be presented at the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions 2019 — November 16-18 in Philadelphia. Researchers at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that… Continue reading Ultra-Processed Foods Lead to Lower Heart Health
Reprinted from Bloomberg.comAuthor: Polly Mosendz Only a year after raising nearly $27 million, Kettlebell Kitchen has closed. The meal delivery service catered to the health conscious, starting in New York City and expanding nationally in 2017. The company also offered meal pickups at some CrossFit-affiliated gyms in New York, associating itself with the fitness brand’s… Continue reading Crossfit-tied Meal Delivery Service Kettlebell Kitchens Closes