Intermittent fasting topped 2019’s most-searched diets online. It’s in apps, books, blogs and articles. The diet confines eating to a shorter time frame during the day, typically followed by fasting for 16 hours. Variations include eating windows of 6, 8 or 10 hours before fasting. Sometimes, it’s twice-weekly fasting for 24 hours. Popularity aside, scientific data is growing on intermittent fasting for certain health benefits, including for Type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome, said a Spokane professor. “I’m hearing more talk about intermittent fasting at the American Diabetes Association’s scientific sessions,” said
High-Glycemic foods are directly related to obesity, coronary heart disease, cancers and diabetes High-Glycemic foods cause a spike in blood sugar forcing our bodies to produce insulin. Habitual ingestion of bad foods, sodas and such leads to the state of "hyperinsulinemia", the chronic and acute elevation of insulin as a result of habitual consumption of excess carbohydrate. Hyperinsulinemia is the fast-track to a vast assortment pathological events that are completely avoidable by staying away from these bad foods. You may download this list in a .pdf by tapping on it.
Proper hydration is important for overall health. Without proper hydration, you become dehydrated, which means your body does not have enough water to function normally. You lose water every day when you breathe, sweat and go to the bathroom. The water content in the foods you eat and the beverages you
Sugar - Avoid it at all costs. If you can’t seem to resist that sugar craving, combine them with fiber and a few ounces of protein to slow the absorption of sugar into the bloodstream. Most fruits naturally have both the sweetness and the fiber – which would be a better
Looking to take your workouts to the next level? Take a look at what you are consuming around the time of your workouts. Use these tips and let’s RX a workouts! Working out first thing in the morning? Don’t go on an empty stomach. You will have a more of a productive