How Effective Has The 2013-2014 Flu Vaccine Been? The “official” end of the 2013-2014 influenza season ended on March 31. As we reported earlier toward the end of 2013, the CDC More »
Lately I’ve noticed a re-occurring mantra that has been predominately within the Real Food (and especially) within the Paleo communities. That mantra: you shouldn’t count calories but rather, focus on eating real food. Here’s why I disagree and why counting calories has not gone the way of the dinosaurs.
Time for the best and worst Health and Fitness News from the week. This weeks edition: recipe of the week featuring banana cinnamon pecan parfait, should you give your kids dairy, how rosemary extract can help with diabetes, how fish oil pills can prevent brain damage in alcoholics, what happens when you’re pregnant and Obama comes to town, and how a high carb diet can kick start cancer. All that and much much more….
This is part one on a series that we’re doing on rhabdomyolysis. Rhabdomyolysis (or rhabdo for short), is something that every athlete, novice or beginner should be aware of. There are a lot of myths out there in the fitness world involving rhabdomyolysis from what causes it to how it’s treated. Hopefully this clears up some of the air.
Time for the best and worst Health and Fitness News from the week. This weeks edition: recipe of the week three ingredient fudge and brisket chli, fifteen foods to keep in your kitchen year round, why guys should do yoga, vitamin B and its effects (lack of) on Alzheimer’s, why you should consider putting more corn into your diet, and do we really get shorter as we age? All that and much much more….
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