By Gabe Sanders Ph.D., NSCA-CSCS Daily physical activity combined with exercise and strength training is enough to maintain muscle, but there are other ways in which you can contribute to positive aging via increasing muscle mass, strength, and power as you age.
By Gabe Sanders Ph.D., NSCA-CSCS Eating a balanced diet is key to boosting your immune system because it ensures your body is supercharged with all the essential nutrients it needs… If you are wondering how you can supercharge your body with essential nutrients, maybe you should look into nutraceuticals.
By Gabe Sanders PhD, NSCA-CSCS Foods low on the glycemic index are often healthier because they regulate your blood sugar to a greater extent than foods high on the glycemic index.
By Gabe Sanders PhD, NSCA-CSCS Moderate fruit consumption is healthy and full of nutrients even though it has a higher sugar content than vegetables and grains. Plant-based carbohydrates can help prevent heart disease, boost your immune system and provide you with daily energy.
By Gabe Sanders PhD, NSCA-CSCS Research suggests that long-term moderate caloric deficits can help you lose body fat without decreases in muscle mass and cardiovascular fitness, if you continue to exercise regularly.
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 While the aging process is an inevitable cycle, there are plenty of lifestyle habits you can engage in to improve the way you feel, regardless of your biological age.
By Gabe Sanders PhD, NSCA-CSCS Studies agree that eating enough protein each day and taking a vitamin D supplement can slow the loss of muscle mass over time.
By Gabe Sanders PhD, NSCA-CSCS A recent study found that consuming a high protein, leucine, and vitamin-D diet can help you increase your strength and functional movement and still lose body fat.