By Gabe Sanders Ph.D., NSCA-CSCS New research suggests the combination of olive oil and exercise can improve cardiovascular disease risk factors and overall body fat.
By Gabe Sanders PhD, NSCA-CSCS Two factors primarily drive the health of the human microbiome and those two factors are diet and exercise.
By Gabe Sanders PhD, NSCA-CSCS Consuming these foods can immediately improve your health and well-being. Even more important, long-term consumption of fruits and vegetables can provide long-term health advantages that reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease, cancers, obesity and other chronic diseases.
By Jonathon Stavres PhD, ACSM-EP-C Your New Year’s resolution should help to define the new person that you want to be, but it shouldn’t restrict you to only getting to that point by one path. These tips will help you reach your goals this year.
By Gabe Sanders PhD, NSCA-CSCS I am here to tell you, with plenty of research to back me up, that dietary fat is good for you and some fat is even essential for your health.
By Gabe Sanders PhD, NSCA-CSCS The truth is, cardiovascular disease can happen to anyone at any time and aside from taking good care of yourself, the next best thing you can do is to educate yourself about the signs and symptoms of a cardiac event.
By Jonathon Stavres PhD, ACSM-EP-C The holiday season is notoriously placed in the early phases of winter, when it is most inconvenient to get out of the house and spend some time at the gym.
By Gabe Sanders PhD, NSCA-CSCS While vacation is a great time, many of us find ourselves indulging in an excessive amount of food and drink that we may not regularly eat.
By Gabe Sanders PhD, NSCA-CSCS The problem with gaining 1-2 pounds during the holiday season is that most people do not lose that weight at the beginning of the new year. Therefore, your goal this holiday season should be “Maintain, don’t gain!”