Every time we eat or drink, we can thank our metabolism for converting all those calories into energy. Our size, gender, and age all factor into our metabolic rate, but there are also ways to independently control its speed.
Posts Tagged Exercise
Can exercise literally be a prescription for lifting your mood?
Wish those workouts didn’t seem to last forever? Research actually shows that people enjoy exercise more than they think they will.
Overwhelmed by the idea of trying to lose weight? Start today with these simple steps that can help you lose weight and feel great in a few short weeks!
Research suggests it can – but the right neighborhood layout can also encourage weight loss.
Men who ran before breakfast burned up to 20 percent more fat.
Experts have learned a lot about how we make and break habits, and nine times out of ten we go about it the wrong way. Here are a few of the most common New Year’s resolutions that get made year after year – and that are forgotten just as often.
Research has shown that exercising your mind contributes to your mental health and well being. While physical activity has been shown to aid in sharpening our minds and recall, simple mental exercises can help us to remain sharp and improve memory as we age.
Researchers have calculated how many years exercise may add to your lifespan, which makes the effect of being active a little less murky and makes the importance of becoming more active that much clearer.
Sleep is vital to keeping your weight in check, building muscle and keeping your mind sharp. Instead of pumping yourself with caffeine in the morning and craving junk food all day, start doing these four things today to insure a more productive tomorrow.