HEALTH LITERACY BLOG
Celebrating the Health Conscious
A recent study concluded that meditating just before exercise can boost mental health symptoms and brain function significantly more than when doing each activity by itself.
A new study published this week in the Neurobiology of Aging has found what might be the most striking consequence of obesity currently known.
For cyclists even the smallest boost can make a difference when trying to pass competitors.
A groundbreaking study published this week in JAMA concluded that higher BMI is not associated with higher risks of heart attacks or early death.
Fasting requirements seem fairly logical, but why is it a bad idea to exercise before getting lab tests done?
A recent study published this week in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, analyzed over 45 years of data in middle-aged men.
New study suggests that the benefits of being a higher level cyclist are twofold: more cycling experience leads to better mental control, which in turn leads to better athletic performance.
Every extra portion of fruits and veggies eaten resulted in near-term huge happiness benefits.
90% of people don't get enough B4 in their diet. Vitamin B4 plays a huge role in supporting focus, building power and strength and speeding up recovery.
Most people know that sugar and caffeine are bad to have before bed. But what nutrients should you drink right before bed to sleep your way to a better workout?
Researchers concluded that running regularly activates this CTSB protein— and results in both increased memory capabilities and learning capacity.
Many endurance runners focus on carbs and fats in their nutrition plans, and may be neglecting to consume the proper amount of protein.
USA Cycling just announced their final lineup for the 2016 Rio Olympics. We've curated their social accounts so you can follow them now.
The health benefits of cycling speak for themselves. You deserve to not overpay for life insurance.
Why should you be paying the same premiums when you have a lower risk of early mortality than everyone else?
The new classification puts consuming very hot drinks in the same risk group as exposure to substances such as lead, gasoline, and exhaust fumes.
A new study of 750 sunscreens done by EWG (Environmental Working Group), revealed that over 75% of sunscreens on the market are not effective in guarding skin cancer and have harmful chemicals that may harm skin.
Researchers suspect that the higher impact demanded of bones while running is most likely crucial to maintaining peak bone mass.
Are you trying to set a new PR? Or trying to qualify for Boston? We did the research to pick what races you should chose from.
A recent study in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research proved that small changes in your stride technique can actually boost your running economy by as much as 24%