[HEALTH ARTICLES] Would doctors follow their own advice?

When faced with a choice of treatments, primary care doctors often choose a different option than they would recommend to their patients, a new study finds. In fact, physicians who were surveyed in the research more often chose a treatment in which they were more likely to have long-term repercussions, such as paralysis, than to […]

[HEALTH ARTICLES] Can too much cardio decrease metabolism?

Check out Tom Venuto’s latest article that tackles this question: This is important because in essence, you’re not just asking about metabolism, you’re asking much bigger questions such as: What is the best way to achieve a calorie deficit for fat loss? Diet or exercise? If a combination of diet and exercise is ideal, then […]

[HEALTH ARTICLES] Rising Obesity Rates in children link to bad habits, NOT genes

I’m very passionate about the gene debate regarding health. This article is an indication of my belief that good nutrition = results regardless of how well god blessed you genetically! THURSDAY, Feb. 3 (HealthDay News) — Poor eating and activity habits, not genetics, are the underlying causes for most cases of adolescent obesity, new research […]

[HEALTH ARTICLES] 5 Key Nutrients You Don’t Get Enough

From the good folks over at Men’s Health is an article about nutrients we are missing. Some may surprise you. Enjoy! Five years after telling a bunch of angry apes to keep their filthy paws off him, Charlton Heston starred in Soylent Green. In the film, a megacorporation solves a starving world’s need for nutritious food […]

[HEALTH ARTICLES] Dietary changes may result in decrease of ADHD

Here is an article which highlights the importance of nutrition as it correlates to some conditions we may suffer. Enjoy! THURSDAY, Feb. 3 (HealthDay News) — A special restrictive diet may significantly reduce symptoms of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in young children, a new study suggests. When children between the ages of 4 and 8 […]