There are so many supplements available today, only a few of which are worth your money. The labels of just every supplement are filled with claims about building muscle, burning fat, or enhancing performance. It can be hard to know what’s based in actual science and what is silly BS.
A lot of things happen when you fall asleep. Your body produces growth hormones to repair damage, creates new cells so that your skin looks bright and vibrant, and distributes moisture so that you don’t wake up with puffy bags under your eyes. Lack of sleep has an effect on weight gain, immune system health, and stress.
It is common to feel hungry between meals, especially while you are dieting. Snacking can help you to feel less hungry, but it must be done in moderation if you want don’t want to halt your weight loss progress. The main thing to consider when snacking is whether or not the snack will cause you to overshoot your daily calorie goal.
A diet that would generally be considered healthy could actually be unhealthy if taken to excess, and a diet that would generally be considered unhealthy could actually be healthy in certain contexts. This week we will discuss a few healthy breakfast options and talk about what makes them healthier than other common choices.
Applying stimulus to the body with free weights of any kind can provide a numerous amount of health benefits that can decrease the risk of injury. Exercise can help functions of the body such as reducing/controlling high blood pressure, bone health, overall weight, blood flow increase and increased coordination/neurological function.
This is the second article in our practical pain guide series. If you’re struggling with a lower body injury, check out part one from last week.