Anyone who has spent time inside a gym is probably familiar with “that guy” who looks jacked, but has trouble moving athletically! We need to start thinking about fitness differently. Long-term wellness isn’t just about looking good, it’s about moving well – gracefully and efficiently.
Nearly everyone has days at work when they feel so physically fatigued that their minds aren’t fully engaged. It’s called job fatigue and thankfully it’s usually temporary. But when it becomes persistent, job fatigue leads to burnout.
Whether you’re a professional athlete or someone just looking to eat healthier, this is a well-balanced, foundational way of eating.
Going without sleep on a regular basis can compromise the immune system, lead to weight gain and increase heart disease risk factors. It’s essential to fix sleep problems before they become too overwhelming.
Even the healthiest oils can go bad. I’m not just talking about cooking oil that smells awful after being used to fry fish. I’m talking about oils that are repeatedly heated at restaurants, a practice that may accelerate the formation of potentially carcinogenic compounds.
Here’s news that will hopefully change how doctors define a heart-healthy diet. You may believe that cutting back on saturated fats is doing something good for your ticker.
Watch this simple push ups workout.
Study after study during my research has confirmed this conclusion: excess cortisol leads to excess fat.