Dude, if your rack is sweeter than ever, it might be time to retire your bong. More
Contrary to popular belief, sleep is not for the dead, it’s actually a really productive way to spend your time. More
A new study shows that estrogen replacement therapy significantly reduces anxiety symptoms in girls with anorexia nervosa. More
Like other emotional traumas, loneliness and lovesickness can be physically dangerous. But only recently have scientists been figuring out why.
You’re crying and you can’t stop. Your significant other asks if you’re about to start your period soon. What do you do? For many women, this might provoke a good slap (and with good reason), but for me, it’s a fair enough question. Am I about to start my period soon? Because for the few days leading up to it, I get full-on, dramatically depressed. More
Believe it or not, inflammation plays a role in everything from digestive disorders and allergies to arthritis and belly fat. Why? Because the fat-burning pathways in our liver and muscle cells are controlled by a group of proteins calledÂ PPARs, whichÂ influence the interaction between our insulin sensitivity, inflammation and weight. A PPAR imbalanceÂ can contribute to inflammation, obesity and insulin resistanceâ€”which is is why optimizing the power of our PPARs can be highly beneficial for weight loss or maintenance.
If you find yourself popping sleeping pills and still tossing and turning all night, you may want to look at a few foods you can add into your diet that will help you get a longer, deeperÂ sleep.
The Daily Mail is touting a new appetite-suppressing diet drug “with no side effects.” Can we get a bag of magic beans with it, too? Because I believe we’ve heard this one before.
Human growth hormone (HGH) is the one hormone that will substantially affect not only how old you feelÂ but also how old you look. It’sÂ essential for tissue repair, muscle building, bone density and healthy body composition. Want toÂ boost your HGH level without breaking the bank? Read on for five natural strategies. More
Trying to get pregnant? There are often simple, specific treatments that can aid with conceptionâ€”and itâ€™s better to find out sooner rather than later. Here’s how to know what’s average when it comes to fertility and when it’s time to seek a specialist’s help. More
Are you past 40, maintaining a healthy lifestyle and wondering why you’re still gaining weight? Many people might assume that they need more exercise or to avoid specific foods, but according to new research, it could actually be because of menopause. More
Wondering how you can bring the spice back into your sex life? Perhaps it’s not about adding anything, so much as taking away. More
“What supplements should I take?” is a common question, and between marketing and the mish-mash of supplements recommended in articles and books, choosing the right vitamins and supplements can cause a serious headache. But whether your goal is optimal body composition, improved resistance to stress, better bloodmarkers, or all of the above, it’s possible to come up with a strategy for getting what you needâ€“and much better than taking the shotgun approach. To help you build a regimen that makes sense for you, let’s go over the bare minimum, plus formulations forÂ five common hormonal imbalances that can be improved with a good supplement regimen More
Estrogen balance is essential for achieving and maintaining fat loss. If you are a premenopausal with PMS, too much body fat around the hips and difficulty losing weight, you likely have an excess of estrogen. As a result, you may also have a history of gallstones, varicose veins, uterine fibroids, cervical dysplasia, endometriosis or ovarian cysts. In both sexes, estrogen dominance is thought to be responsible for many types of cancers. This particular hormone imbalance is currently estimated to be one of the leading causes of breast, uterine and prostate cancer. More