How brain signaling drives what you eat. (And what to do about it). By Brian St. Pierre Forget willpower: Brain signals drive what, how, and when we eat. If you’re eating too much, here’s how to take back control. It’s no secret that obesity rates have…Read More
Eating too much? You can blame your brain.
(Hint: It’s got absolutely nothing to do with calories). By Ryan Andrews If you often grumble about not being full or always being hungry, you may have beachfront property in the world of negative dietary displacement. Are you relying on fake foods to meet your…Read More
Did you know the cells in your body are the smallest living units capable of reproducing themselves? Don’t let their size fool you though. Cells may be small, but they’re also smart…like really smart. In fact, each cell in your body was made from an…Read More
Researchers at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston studied 12 healthy adults who were randomized to read either a light-emitting eBook or a printed book in dim room light. The participants in each group read for 4 hours prior to bedtime for 5 consecutive evenings….Read More
The A-ha Moment I’ve been journaling—somewhat consistently—since second grade. While unpacking boxes after a recent move, I found an entry from 1991 (I was 9) that read: “I don’t have to always fit into big pants.” I was that guy. The chubby guy who needed his pants tailored…Read More
(Why isn’t the media covering these?) Forget heart attacks and skinny jeans. This is why weight loss is important. By James Heathers, PhD Avoiding heart disease and looking ‘fab’ aren’t always great reasons to lose weight. However, here are 5 immediate and significant ways your…Read More
MAY, 24 NEGHAR FONOONI MINDSET “I worked out really hard today; I deserve this.” “I ate too much this weekend, so I have to work it off this week with extra cardio.” “I’ve been really good on my diet, so I earned this treat.” “I…Read More