Obesity

If You Use Common Sense The Answer Is Obvious

Life happens in a structured order. The same goes for how your body functions and responds. It’s part of the natural order of things, and for people looking for a quick fix then the way the body - and nature - works can prove to be disappointing. In today’s world of “I want it and [...]

The Secret They Don’t Want You To Know About!

Diets. We’ve all either tried at least one or know someone who has. It may have been some new fad diet, a diet that’s been around in one form or another for years (whether it’s effective or not), some absurd diet endorsed by some popular celebrity, or something that requires magical natural supplements available in [...]

The Ever Expanding Universe and Your Waistline

This month marks the 100th Anniversary of Einstein’s theory of General Relativity, and that means PARTY TIME!  But before you begin your celestial celebration, keep in mind that aspects of the theory of general relativity (or rather, where the theory is weak (that’s a joke in itself)) could mean that eating too much party food [...]

The 30 Minute Workout

A few weeks ago, in his post “Focused Intensity”, Brian mentioned that - “…the idea that 30 minutes of cardio a day will reduce your risk of heart disease has been proven to be inadequate”. This caused a number of people to ask “Wait, working out 30 minutes is worthless?” Hardly.  Thirty minutes is certainly [...]

Eat Clean

In today’s fast paced society we all struggle to find time to cook. Between work, family, and taking care of the day to day aspects of life we are eating out more often. While there is no doubt that eating out is convenient, it is not something you should do for every meal! If you [...]

F.I.T.

FIT / FAT Grammatically speaking only one letter differentiates the two words. But in the physical world the difference between fit and fat cannot be taken lightly. Two-thirds of the US population age 25 and older are either overweight or obese according to a recent study published this past summer in the Journal of the [...]