The Internet is a treasure trove of information and content. Here’s a sampling of health and wellness related items that caught my eye this week. Enjoy!
We've all heard how regular cardiovascular exercise can help heart health. But new research strongly suggests that strength training can reduce heart attack or stroke risk!
Many people struggle with making long lasting changes to their diet and nutrition. Here are 5 common barriers people face, and more importantly, how to overcome them.
The latest activity guidelines from the US Health Department promote one overarching principle: Move more and sit less.
Variety and consistency don't have to work in opposition to one another, but variety must have context
The most important component of any exercise program is #CONSISTENCY! If your goal is to measurably improve performance then the exercise program must lead you toward that outcome.— Vitalifit (@Vitalifit) November 15, 2018
IF you can't or wont execute a program consistently, it's utterly worthless.#ThursdayThoughts pic.twitter.com/t5esXI88Le
My colleague Katie Jensen created a tasty, plant-based snack
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Just in case you wanted to see the final product from my pepper experiment. Tortillas homemade from red lentils, the pepper relish I posted yesterday, fresh made guac, and the lovely @lenasveganliving's cauliflower wings. Why wait until Tuesday for yummy tacos? @the.family.farmer #tacos #vegan #vegantacos #meatlessmonday #vegansofinstagram #whatveganseat #wholefoodisgoodfood #farmersmarketgoodies #homemade #mealprep #cauliflower #peppers #ajilimo #eatalltheveggies #eattherainbow #nutrition #wfpb #plantbased #plantbasednutrition #plantstoplanks
Thanksgiving is almost here. If you plan to travel next week, consider mixing in some functional training
Training for last call when running late to your flight! 😂😂🤣 pic.twitter.com/133GOehYcy— Figen.. (@TheFigen) November 15, 2018