Even those of us, in the fitness industry and who are staying in shape, get injured or do questionable physical things. Things that we may advise a client to avoid. Two years ago, while visiting friends and traveling with my daughter in Norway, I decided that it would be fun to take a ride down the Olympic bobsled course. So I convinced the father of my daughter’s friend to join me on this adventure.
For older individuals who are apparently healthy and do not have cardiovascular disease, dementia or a major physical disability, taking a daily low-dose aspirin may be detrimental(referenced below). If you are otherwise healthy and are taking a daily low dose of aspirin the results of this current research imply that you should speak to your doctor regarding its necessity.
Through illegal poaching and habitat loss, the future looks bleak for the African and Asian elephant, yet what if these animals held the secret to finding the cure for cancer?
Through my doctoral research on champion athletes, I discovered that the environment played a key role in their ability to win at the highest level of a sport. If your goal is to have a long and healthy and active life and reach the highest level of living, the environment is also a critical component to your success.
After a recent deep water exercise class, a new member said to me “I wish that I could spend all day in the water”.
I am often asked questions about different types of diets, especially the low-carb diet plans. My response to such questions is to suggest that rather than go to the extreme, keep your diet balanced and go see a nutritionist for specific questions and a plan.
Bad news for night owls. Their risk of early death is 10% higher than for early risers, study finds - http://www.latimes.com/science/la-sci-sn-night-owl-death-20180412-story.html
Are you an night owl or morning lark? According to this study, the combination of the two may not be good for your health. Like a regular exercise program, it is also important to get regular and enough sleep.
In my previous blog, I referenced a study and article discussing the 5 factors for living a healthy life. They were: nutritious diet, maintain healthy weight, not smoking, drinking in moderation and exercising 30 minutes per day.
What is nice about these lifestyle habits is that each one is under our control.
When the cure for osteoarthritis is found, it will save society billions of dollars and bring the knee replacement industry to a screeching halt. However, as the scientists and researchers look for this elusive cure what can we do to ameliorate or prevent this painful and debilitating condition?
This fascinating PBS video discusses the effects of eating on our health. In his video, Michael Mosley, MD spends time with 3 scientists who are all doing research on aging. It seems that eating less and fasting might help us to live longer and have healthier lives.