One minute of sprinting, along with 9 minutes of light exercise, leads to the same fitness benefits as a 50-minute workout at a moderate pace.
Protein-based Paleo diets aren’t for everyone, suggests research that finds some people are actually hardwired to stick to veggies.
Sitting around all day can increase the size of your waistline but could also spell a smaller brain.
Yes, generally you eat less to lose weight. But research shows if you eat more of certain fruits, it can also help you lose weight.
Some fitness forums claim human breast milk is a kind of bulk-me-up superfood, but, as ever, science has a few penalty flags to throw at the notion.
Within the next five years, the perfect diet will be available to anyone, and all you need to do to get started is spit.
A hormone produced by the liver may be responsible for our ability to say no to excess sweets.
Static stretching might help sports performance after all, but only when done after a good warm-up and for less than a minute for each muscle group.
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