Tag: Exercise

Scientists Just Found the Limits to Human Endurance

Endurance athletes are as superhuman as it gets, fueled by a seemingly inexhaustible energy. But a new study suggests that human endurance does have a limit — and it's likely similar for everyone. The long-term cap is about 2.5 times the body's resting metabolic rate, or 4,000 calories per day for an average person, scientists

The Workout Routine Behind Khloe Kardashian’s 18kg Slim Down

As Khloe Kardashian is getting ready to celebrate her daughter True Thompson’s first birthday on April 12th she is reflecting on the tumultuous events of the last year – from the Tristan Thomspon cheating scandal to her most recent social media feud with Jameela Jamil. Notwithstanding all that drama, Khloe has had one constant in her life, her commitment to working out

How to burn 150 calories in 45 minutes WITHOUT breaking a sweat

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Exercise adds up to big brain boosts

Anyone who trains for a marathon knows that individual running workouts add up over time to yield a big improvement in physical fitness. So, it should not be surprising that the cognitive benefits from workouts also accumulate to yield long-term cognitive gains. Yet, until now, there was has been little research to describe and support

The Right Way To Carb-Load To Fuel Your Workouts

Should I eat carbs? The answer to this question is most definitely yes. This doesn’t mean you need to overdo it, of course – balance is still key. Eating a massive bowl of pasta just because you have a match the next day can be excessive. Rather than giving you energy, this is more likely

Exercise boosts well-being by improving gut health

Though this may seem strange, human bodies are actually made, according to recent estimates, of about as many bacteria and other microorganisms as regular human cells. In the colon alone — the tract that contains the largest number of bacterial cells — there are approximately 38 trillion bacteria. These bacteria have important effects on the

Diabetes: Healthy diet can lead to a positive sense of life

A healthy diet has a positive influence on the blood pressure and blood fat values More and more people in Germany are diagnosed with Diabetes. After diagnosis, Sufferers are often treated quickly medically. However, in many cases, the disease without medication. Important here is, above all, a healthy diet is. Diabetes without medication According to

New Study Suggests Exercise Does Help To Curb Depression

It is something many people swear by: exercise as a way to relieve depression. Now, a new study is backing this theory up. According to new research published today in the JAMA Psychiatry journal, a comprehensive analysis of data is suggesting that exercise is a great way to help curb depression. The researchers have used

Diet or Exercise — or Both?

MONDAY, Jan. 21, 2019 — There’s no doubt that an unhealthy diet and couch potato lifestyle put your health at risk, but when considering improvements, should you change one at a time or both at once? Northwestern University researchers found that it’s not only doable, but also more effective, to change unhealthy behaviors simultaneously. Different

How exercise reduces belly fat in humans

Some of you may have made a New Year’s resolution to hit the gym to tackle that annoying belly fat. But have you ever wondered how physical activity produces this desired effect? A signaling molecule called interleukin-6 plays a critical role in this process, researchers report December 27 in the journal Cell Metabolism. As expected,

Exercise makes even the ‘still overweight’ healthier: study

(HealthDay)—Heavyset folks who exercise regularly shouldn’t get discouraged if they can’t seem to shed more weight, no matter how hard they try. A new study suggests that their regular workouts are still contributing to better overall heart health, making them “fat but fit” and helping them live longer. People who are obese-but-fit have lower resting