Training hard but not getting results?

Training hard but not getting results?

Training hard but not getting results? Are you giving your body the nutrients it needs? I’m sure you’ve all heard ‘you can’t out train a bad diet’ What is usually meant by this is that it is very hard to burn enough energy during exercise to account for over eating....
Activity Compensation

Activity Compensation

Ever wonder why certain individuals seem predisposed to gaining weight and find fat loss harder than others? Part one: Activity adaptation As we restrict energy our bodies makes adaptations to try and avoid weight loss. One of the key adaptations we make is a...
Whole Grains

Whole Grains

Whole Grains Observational studies have shown that whole grain consumption decreases the risk of developing cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes. However, we know that observational studies show associations but can’t claim causation. i.e. we can say that people...
Sugar as the cause of diabetes: over simplified and wrong

Sugar as the cause of diabetes: over simplified and wrong

The idea that sugar causes diabetes is vastly over simplified..much like the notion that sugar is to blame for obesity. Just because blood sugar levels are high in type 2 diabetes it does not mean than sugar consumption is the cause. In both cases (obesity and...

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