Eating a diet high in vegetables, fish, fruit, nuts and poultry, and low in red meat and butter may reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease. Read the findings of this report here.
Make it a daily challenge to find ways to move your body. Climb stairs if given a choice between that and escalators or elevators. Walk your dog; chase your kids; toss balls with friends, mow the lawn. Think 'move' in small increments of time. "He who has health has hope, and he who has hope has everything." -Arabian Proverb
Most guys in the gym—even the regulars—look about the same year after year. Maybe you do too, and that sucks. You don't go through life trying to stay where you are, so why are you still lifting the same weights as last year? Probably because you don't have a plan for progress. We do.
Are you always trying to figure out how to get more fruits and vegetables into your diet? Remember the old saying "An apple a day keeps the doctor away"? Well here is a short video that will help you with some ideas on how to make sure that you are getting the recommended amounts of fruits and vegetables each day.
Fre Flo Do. Developed by Los Angeles-based Kappel LeRoy Clarke, has become the hard hitting regimen of most major athletes, including Reggie Bush. Football's frenetic nature—the chaos that often calls for players to make split-second game- or career-changing decisions— is difficult to replicate in the gym. Take a look at Reggie's grueling training regimen.
We have all taken vitamins, and vitamin D has always been a part of the list. For years, we were told that we'd have our needs covered if we drank fortified milk, got a few minutes of daily sun exposure (which delivers the vitamin directly to us through our skin), or took calcium or multivitamin supplements containing additional amounts of vitamin D.