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?
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 firstname.lastname@example.org Original Article By Lee Helland Tired of so-called “experts” telling you…Read More
From Examine.com Growing up, you’ve probably heard, “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.” From parents, diet gurus, doctors, and especially … breakfast cereal makers! But does breakfast provide any real health benefit, compared to skipping it or drinking a quick coffee? We’re…Read More