In short, probably not. For years we have thought that our “sedentary lives” have been a major contributor to our ever increasing obesity epidemic. In fact, obesity is much more related to the foods we eat, and much more related to quality rather than quantity. It may be hard to believe, but
Water normally constitutes about 60%-70% of our body weight. So, for a 150 pound person, water accounts for about 100 pounds, and for a 300 pound person, water accounts for about 200 pounds.
Calorie balance, while certainly true, is quite useless informatioÂn for a large portion of the population in their weight loss efforts, as is the prescriptiÂon for exercise. Here is what I (and others) have observed
Ah, the famous Mediterranean diet – more lack of wisdom from the nutrition industry. According to them, the Mediterranean diet is low in fat, and loaded with grains. This misinformation was brought
I compiled some anecdotal information on the issues raised in this article regarding health, willpower, and change. What I found was mass confusion as to what constitutes a healthy lifestyle.