If you can walk and chew gum at the same time, you can increase your fitness gains.
Walking is the ultimate primal exercise. It’s part of what makes humans unique as a species. We are the only mammals that walk on two legs (although some apes do it occasionally).1
It is perhaps the world’s simplest and easiest form of exercise. It requires no training or special equipment. And studies have long shown it is one of the best ways to improve your health.… Read More
Nobody likes belly fat. Many of us have tried in vain for years to get rid of it.
And it’s about far more than vanity. The midsection is the unhealthiest place to carry extra weight. Belly fat is linked to heart disease, diabetes, metabolic syndrome, and other serious health conditions.
After recovering from a heart attack, many people want to take it easy. Understandably, they are afraid to exert themselves for fear they could have another heart attack.
So they rest and avoid exercise. Or if they do work out, they go easy.
The physical and mental benefits of yoga are well documented. It can help you increase your strength and flexibility, lower your risk of heart disease, and ease anxiety and depression.1 2
Now, a new study shows it also fights perhaps the single most embarrassing health condition in women.
Here’s an unmistakable sign that Big Pharma is keeping Americans hooked on opioids…
We are now using so many prescription painkillers that even the shellfish we eat test positive for the drugs.
How can that be?