The Best and Worst Health and Fitness News This Week
Time for the best and worst Health and Fitness News from the week. This weeks edition: Recipe of the week: tex mex stuffed avocados. Tweleve Paleo delivery services to help you get paleo from the farm to your plate. Is the media finally jumping on board with the “fat is good” bandwagon? Do green tomatoes help save muscle? All that and much much more.
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Need paleo in your area? Here are 12 paleo delivery services to help you paleo from the farm to your plate.
Paleo recipe of the week featuring Tex Mex Tuna Salad Stuffed Avocados. I’ve got a weak spot for avocados…
Do you have a problem with sugar cravings? Here’s a 3-step plan to help kick your sugar cravings.
I recently gave up sugar for over two months. Here’s how I recently kicked my sugar habit (for the second year in a row).
The Best Health and Fitness News
Are green tomatoes the key to bigger muscles? Possibly. Tomatidine, a compound found in tomatoes may help building bigger muscles by opposing natural muscle atrophy associated with age. Who’s ready for fried green tomatoes?
This is kind of a no-brainer….anger at spouse may be related to low blood sugar. Irritability can be a sign of low blood sugar so it’s not surprising. Although it does explain a lot….
Another no-brainer: whey protein consumption may lead to significant decreases in body weight and body fat and significant increases in lean body mass. Who would’ve thought?
Finally, the media is getting on board with rethinking the case for fat. I for one believe much of society consumes WAY too many carbohydrates for the amount of energy that they actually expend. All of that leads to inflammation, waistlines, and chronic diseases. The key is balance.
Just say “yes” – to ADHD drugs. Although it might not be any new news to anyone who just came out of college (or currently attending it), but it’s no secret that ADHD drug use is common to help students pull all-nighters and study sessions.
Despite the huge increase in incidence in diabetes, complications from the disease, such as heart attacks, strokes, and amputations have gone down over the last two decades. In fact, the complications have dropped by as much as sixty percent. Most people are familiar with diabetes which is responsible for high levels of blood sugar. High levels of blood sugar increase inflammation in the body and also make the blood more viscous which put you at risk for clots that cause strokes and heart attacks. The molecules of sugar are larger than the smallest capillaries which in time, cause decreased sensation in limbs, lead to amputations, and can cause blindness.
The Worst Health and Fitness News This Week
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