Paleo Snickerdoodle Whoopie Pies; Ten Rules Of Successful Exercise; Health Deals Of The Week; Two Simple Things To Reduce Kidney Stones and MORE
Time for the best and worst Health and Fitness News from the week. This weeks edition: the week’s best health and fitness deals and the recipe of the week featuring Paleo Snickerdoodle Whoopie Pies! ten rules of successful exercise, slow roasted prime rib, the week’s best fitness deals, how shift work can have an effect on cognitive function, and simple things you can do to reduce the risk of kidney stones. All that and much much more!!
Health and Fitness News Via The Blog World
Blast from our past: Ever have rhabdo? Here’s the course to take when you’re assessing on how soon you should return to physical activity after rhabdo.
A new study showed Stevia had caused gut bacteria to die – but does that negate all the positive effects?
The ten rules of successful exercise.
This weeks recipe of the week featuring slow roasted prime rib and Paleo Snickerdoodle Whoopie Pies.
The Best Health Deals This Week
The Best Health and Fitness News
When I first got into the nursing profession I had the unfortunate experience of having to work on night shift. It’s no secret that doing shift work through the night is detrimental to one’s health. A recent study came out showing that those on shift work had significantly worse memory and cognitive speed than people who worked regular, consistent hours. This isn’t the first study to show cognitive impairment from shift work. Why some people choose tAlso o do shift work for decades is beyond me – despite the freedom from management that it provides, it’s not worth the health risks. Thankfully I don’t have to do that anymore.
Kidney (renal) stones are a frequent complaint from patients that I come across in the emergency room. For many of the patients, they either don’t drink enough water or drink too much soda. It’s a simple resolution but not many follow through on it. I’m sorry if you’ve ever experienced a kidney stone. It looks like hell and I hope I never get one.
Also on the kidney health radar is: the Mediterranean diet is associated with a lower risk for kidney disease. So much in fact that those studied (nine hundred people), had a fifty percent less chance of developing chronic kidney disease.
Do you or does anyone you know suffer from seizures? Here’s how a diet such as the Paleo Diet can reduce seizures in those who have epilepsy.
Fun reads: If you’re doing breakfast like this, you’re probably doing it wrong. How to decode a restaurant menu.
That’s all for this week. Did we miss something? Leave a comment