From examine.com The effect of exercise training on clinical outcomes in patients with the metabolic syndrome: a systematic review and meta-analysis Metabolic syndrome is defined as having at least three of five clinical risk factors that are shown in Figure 1: elevated fasting glucose, abdominal obesity,…Read More
Is exercise enough to improve metabolic syndrome?
By Nathan Skolski on October 11, 2017 Jonathan Little is an assistant professor in UBC Okanagan’s School of Health and Exercise Sciences. Popular new ketone salts enhance fat burning but impair high-intensity exercise performance In the quest to improve physical performance, many athletes are turning to untested nutritional…Read More
As a Precision Nutrition Coach I’ve learned a lot about People and Behavior. To get in great shape and live an awesome and confident life, you don’t need a “new diet” or “new workout plan”. You need a new story about food and fitness, and…Read More
By Bryan Krahn You’ve been lied to. Hornswoggled. Bamboozled. Sold a wagon full of malarkey, if you’ll pardon the Bidenism. The things all the fitness authorities say you absolutely “must do” to sculpt a healthy, lean physique? Most are irrelevant. At best they’re window dressing,…Read More
Advice on how to get in your best shape from people who’ve done it. Project Body Smart – Certified Precision Nutrition Coach Coaching Online or in Person. Please feel free to contacts us at email@example.com Original Article By Lee Helland Tired of so-called “experts” telling you…Read More
What your poo says about your wellbeing (and how to improve it). By mc schraefel, Ph.D and Krista Scott-Dixon, Ph.D There’s a secret weapon that the most dedicated health and fitness experts use to gauge whether their nutrition and habits (or their clients’ habits) are…Read More