Defeating Type 2 Diabetes

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Brenda Davis … Essentially the product of diet and lifestyle, type 2 diabetes is an insidious disease, often going undetected for many years. Globally, type 2 diabetes accounts for over 90 percent of all diabetes cases. The rise in diabetes runs roughly parallel that of overweight and obesity, with risk doubling in those who are […]

Nutrition and Neurogenesis

Romain Meeusen Nutrition has a specific role in providing energy and building material for the body. The ability of nutrients to prevent and protect against diseases is starting to be recognized. Physical activity has also been associated with the reduction of a number of physical and mental disorders. Therefore, both nutrition and exercise are used […]

Movement as Nutrition

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Katy Bowman Katy invites us to return to movement. She explores how we came to be such sedentary people, mostly indoors for the better part of the day. This is true for adults and children alike. We all have movement deficiencies. Katy explains how this is essentially a nutritional deficit of sorts.

Blood Group Genetics, Exercise and Stress

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Peter D’Adamo In its most simplified sense, stress is what you feel when the demands on your life exceed your ability to meet those demands. Your blood type is a critical component in the determination of your ability to meet the demands. A moderate amount of physical activity on a consistent basis will also tend […]

What is Bio-Individuality?

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Norrie Beach Fitness and nutrition are often viewed as one-size-fits-all. New diet trends promise weight loss for anyone willing to put in the work. Fitness experts suggest that anyone can be a size two with enough motivation. But in reality, there is no perfect diet or exercise routine, and health is not all about having […]

Wearing a Mask During Indoor Exercise Can Be Fatal

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Carla Peeters A recent article from the Technical University of Munich published in PNAS reached national newspapers in several countries worldwide. The team showed that aerosol emissions increase exponentially with intense physical exertion, indicating that indoor sporting activities result in higher risk of infectious diseases as COVID. The authors suggested the use of face masks, […]