Approximately 6 million Americans over the age of 65 have depression. However, while anxiety is common, you don’t have to take it lying down. There are many effective for getting rid of depression and putting that special spark back into life. Exercising is one of the best ways to chase any dark clouds away. Continue reading “The Best Exercises To Fight Depression and Feel Amazing”
There are a few reasons why recommendations of how to improve your diet for weight have failed. Again, none of these failures was your fault. You were simply given incorrect information about how to improve your diet to lose or maintain your weight. Here are a few of the most important ones.
You probably have never heard neurological inflammation and depression spoken in the same sentence. That’s because many people don’t know what neurological inflammation is; many have never even heard the term. And even if they know what it is, they have no idea how neurological inflammation and depression could possibly be linked. Continue Reading
If your goal is preventing muscle loss, you are probably considering strength training and/or performing other weight-bearing exercises. Research does show these exercises work at preventing muscle loss. Continue Reading
The second most common cause of muscle loss after aging is starvation dieting. If you struggle with your weight, you have probably been on a starvation diet at some point in your life. Continue reading “How to Prevent Muscle Loss with Nutrition”
Preventing muscle loss is crucial as you age. In an interview with Prevention magazine, Doug Paddon-Jones, Ph.D., a professor at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, states that people lose around 1% muscle mass per year after the age of 40. Continue Reading
Hormones in your brain, your fat cells, and your gut are in constant communication. They monitor your fat stores, how many calories you’ve eaten, and everything else. Their mission is to keep you alive. Continue Reading
If you have read anything about the effects of inflammation, you know that it can heal sickness and injuries. After all, anyone who has taken health class in high school knows that inflammation is your body’s first line of defense against injury, toxins, pathogens, or other irritants. Continue Reading