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What Aerobic and Resistance Exercise Do For Your Health

What Aerobic and Resistance Exercise Do For Your Health

PUBLISHED ON OCTOBER 16, 2017 BY CONTRIBUTING AUTHOR

When you think of exercise, what immediately comes to mind?

Going out for a jog? Sweating it out on the spin bike at the gym? Or maybe loading up weight at the squat rack? What about a resistance band workout?

All of those classify as exercise, but they serve different purposes.

Is it Possible to Lose Weight with an Underactive Thyroid?

Is it Possible to Lose Weight with an Underactive Thyroid?

PUBLISHED ON SEPTEMBER 06, 2017 BY CONTRIBUTING AUTHOR

If you are being treated for an underactive thyroid, medically known as hypothyroidism, and are struggling to lose body fat, you are not alone.

How Alcohol Can Affect Your Body Composition

How Alcohol Can Affect Your Body Composition

PUBLISHED ON JULY 26, 2017 BY CONTRIBUTING AUTHOR

If you begin a conversation about alcohol, you’re likely to get a chorus of varied opinions.

Your one friend swears that her daily glass of red wine will ward off cardiovascular disease, even if it’s at the expense of her six pack abs.

Your Body and You: A Guide to Segmental Analysis

Your Body and You: A Guide to Segmental Analysis

Published on June 14, 2017 by Contributing Author

A few days ago, you stepped on the bathroom scale, and you’re stoked to find out that the numbers are going down. Not to mention that you looked lean and strong when you quickly glanced at the mirror before you head out the door.

How Menopause Wreaks Havoc on Your Body Composition and What You Can Do About It

How Menopause Wreaks Havoc on Your Body Composition and What You Can Do About It

PUBLISHED ON MAY 31, 2017 BY CONTRIBUTING AUTHOR

 

Menopause.  Often referred to as the “change of life”, this midlife event generally occurs in women sometime between the ages of 40 and 55 – the average age is 51.

Menopause, which literally means the “pause” (end) of your “menses” (period), comes with many physical changes.