Running a marathon – the famed 26.2 – is a huge deal. Not everyone can do it, and it takes a lot of perseverance, hard work and a vision.
Many of us spend a lot of time thinking about physical health in general, and we mostly talk about it in terms of “staying fit” and “losing weight.”
On November 7, the FDA announced that partially hydrogenated oils, which are responsible for trans fats, are not safe as a food product.
Hemp is a plant with many uses,and it is found in products such as diapers, canvas, biodegradable plastics, socks, fiberboard, soap and cosmetics. The seeds from the hemp plant – called cannabis sativa – are very nutritious.
You’ve probably never heard of bromelain before – most people haven’t. But bromelain might do some pretty cool things, so you’ll likely want to learn more.
A food allergy is when the body’s immune system is triggered to produce an abnormal response upon the ingestion of certain foods.
Whether it’s the sign of a still-struggling economy, an increased appreciation for physical fitness or concern over environmental destruction, people in cities across the U.S. are increasingly turning to biking for more than just recreation.
Adults often do yoga to build muscle strength, find their centers, develop inner calm and reduce stress. Many experts suggest that yoga positions can also have similar benefits for children.
Winter is the perfect time to jump on the kettlebell bandwagon. In case you haven’t heard of it or aren’t very familiar with it, a kettlebell is a weight that is shaped like a cannonball with a very thick handle attached to the top.
Many people get their pre- or post-workout boosts from a drink mixed with protein powder for quick muscle repair and the building of lean muscle mass.