The days of food and beverage makers hiding the gargantuan sugar content of high fructose corn syrup under the deceptive label of “corn sugar” are over following a U.S.Food and Drug Administration (FDA) decision that prohibits the Continue reading →
Sprinting is considered by many as the ultimate exercise. It not only increases athleticism by building fast twitch muscle fiber, it is highly effective for fat burning. Performing sprints a few times a week can replace long cardiovascular Continue reading →
Diet myths abound in the health industry, but one of the biggest myths of all is the idea that a calorie is a calorie, no matter where you get it from, or what the chemical or nutritional makeup Continue reading →
Hi, this is Andreas Moritz and I am responding to a question that I receive quite frequently about children who become obese and develop type II diabetes and this is an escalating problem nowadays and I would like Continue reading →
In the United States, where two-thirds of all states already have obesity rates exceeding 25 percent, and 12 states now have obesity rates over 30 percent, it is shocking to hear that these rates may actually be underestimated.
The most recent research shows that relatively short bursts of intense exercise—even if done only a total of a few minutes each week—can deliver many of the health- and fitness benefits you get from doing hours of conventional Continue reading →
The issue of weight is a prevalent source of discontent especially in western cultures. It seems that we havewoken upand realized that weight control is about much more than keeping up appearances. Obesity rates have skyrocketed along with Continue reading →
There are only two reasons I can think of that account for the huge success of weight-loss surgery in the United States – the Western world’s obsession with quick-fix solutions due to an unwillingness to adopt an approach that Continue reading →