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How to Eat Healthy and Lose Weight with Lifestyle Changes

Many people in this day and age are looking for quick-fixes to life's annoying problems, including those extra pounds. Whether it's finances,...

Can the Paleo Diet Work for Athletes?

Athletes have much to learn from their ancient ancestors, who spent their days running from saber-toothed tigers and hunting for food. Early human...

Concussions, Obesity Targeted by New Athletes' Performance and Mayo Clinic Partnership

In late June, Athletes' Performance (AP), an integrated performance training brand with six facilities across the U.S., announced it would partner...

Don't Become a Statistic: Eat Healthy

How many times are you told to "eat your fruits and vegetables?" Well, according to an October report from the Journal of Nutrition, 88% of Amer...

Fact or Myth: Is High Fructose Corn Syrup The Worst Sweetener of Them All?

Americans are pretty remarkable. We invented Facebook and Google, we put men on the moon and we have the best colleges and universities in the world...

Carb Backloading: Why Breakfast Is Not the Most Important Meal of the Day

Breakfast, "the most important meal of the day." Nowadays this could be considered the most essential rule in nutrition. If you want to have energy...

Overeating: Why We Do It and How to Stop

Ever leave a meal feeling full to the point of discomfort, wondering why you ate so much? Well, what would happen if your plate never emptied? Would y...

STACK and MOVABLE Team Up…And You Win!

Get your move on with MOVABLE's MOVband! The band monitors your activity by counting how many moves you make throughout the day, providing immedia...

America Is Fat, Inactivity Not to Blame

The Hadza people of Tanzania live in simple grass huts in the middle of the East African savanna, where the men spend their days collecting honey ...

Clogged Arteries Can Hide in Seemingly "Healthy" Athletes

You're an athlete who works out every day, so there's no way you're at risk for heart disease, right? Unfortunately, not necessarily. According to a...