For fitness clients living with obesity and struggling to successfully lose weight, bariatric surgery may be an option they consider. Personal trainers should be informed [...]
We recently discussed the potential reasons why cellulite can affect up to 90% of women, including hormonal imbalance, poor diet, excess adipose, and genetic factors. [...]
Every single piece of the human body benefits from sleep, including the cardiovascular system. With February being Heart Awareness Month, let's make the connection between [...]
Allergies affect approximately 20-40 million people each year. In this country alone, an estimated 15 million people live with asthma and its ensuing complications; sadly, [...]
Depression is the "common cold" of psychological disorders. The World Health Organization considers depression a high priority concern and most everyone has been depressed or knows someone who has been depressed at some time in life. Its symptoms include sleep disturbances, loss of appetite or overeating, and anhedonia (inability to experience pleasure). While it comes in different forms and intensities, some of its characteristics are enduring. Depressed people think in different ways from their non-depressed counterparts. Their neuro-chemistry is different. They have low self esteem. They are inactive.
Regular exercise helps to maintain the proper functioning of every organ in the human body, largely by keeping obesity, cholesterol, and blood pressure in check. [...]
Our cellular components and bodies inevitably become senescent, or in laymen’s terms – cells grow old. A client must practically find and drink from the [...]