Megan Rapinoe holds the Women’s World Cup trophy after she and other members of the U.S. women’s national soccer team wins the fourth Women’s World Cup. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens) Photo Credit: ASSOCIATED PRESS Why do some people stick with an exercise habit and achieve extraordinary results while others give up
Diet trends are kind of like Kardashians—there’s always at least one making major headlines and taking over our social feeds. One that has gained recent popularity is fasting, which was one of the most Googled diet trends of 2018. Fasting isn’t a new concept, but celebs like Halle Berry, Kourtney Kardashian, Vanessa Hudgens, and Chris Pratt have all
A no-carb diet is an extreme version of low-carb dieting. It eliminates almost all carbs, including whole grains, fruits, and most vegetables. While studies show that decreasing your carb intake can help you shed pounds and may have health benefits, completely eliminating carbs is highly restrictive and most likely unnecessary.
Swamped with patients who have diabetes and are obese, it is often difficult for physicians to dispense advice on a single food item. For instance, often, we give no specific diktat on edible oils. Sometimes, a casual advice when patients are leaving the clinic is: “Don’t take fried food.” Well,
If you’re anything close to the average American, you spend upward of 11 hours a day staring at a screen! Focusing on reading tiny, illuminated text on your cell phone, tablet, laptop and desktop computer for long periods of time can cause eye strain and discomfort, which is detrimental to your vision. Most people who