Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Boosting recovery: Solutions to the most common recovery problems

Eat better to improve recovery? To boost energy? To cut soreness? To improve strength? To reduce inflammation? To reinforce immune protection? You bet! Read here for more on health & fitness.


Good stress, bad stress: Finding your sweet spot

Too much stress, or the wrong kind, can harm our health. Read here for more on health & fitness.

All About Jet Lag

Nobody enjoys feeling disoriented, nauseated, tired, and unable to concentrate or sleep. But with a few simple precautions, you can vastly reduce your jet lag symptoms and enjoy a smoother transition. Read here for more about health & fitness.

All About Nutrition & Bone Health

Strong bones are crucial to good health, and good nutrition is crucial to strong bones.  Find out what you need to protect the health of your skeleton for years to come. Read here for more on health & fitness.

All About Nutrition for Infants

New parents hear all kinds of contradictory advice about how to feed their babies. But with a few simple guidelines – and some advice from PN parents – you can be sure you’re getting your infant off to the healthiest start. Read here for more on health & fitness.

Research Review: How does coffee affect your appetite?

Our hunger and appetite are controlled by complex systems within our bodies, which can be profoundly affected by what we eat and drink — including coffee. Read here for more about health and fitness.

Doctor Detective with Spencer Nadolsky

Sciatic pain can sometimes be due to disc damage. But surgery isn’t always required. In this month’s case study, Dr. Detective meets a truck driver whose job-related stress gives him a literal pain in the butt – and fixes him with stretches rather than surgery. Read here for more about health & fitness.

No, food is NOT fuel. (And, thankfully, you're not a Ferrari.)

I keep hearing this analogy: "Food is fuel." You know, like gasoline. And I keep hearing: "The human body is like a high performance race car." You know, like a Ferrari. I've heard this story repeated over and over again. Ad nauseam. And I think that's a real problem. Read here fore more about health and fitness.