Best Diet and Exercise Articles January 29, 2017

These are the top health articles I find around the web that I think are cutting edge, cool, and just plain awesome!

As we are pretty much finished with the month of January, I wonder how many people are still following their resolution to get in better shape? I have always thought that if people truly wanted to get in shape they could! The question I would ask them is if you were to “win” one million dollars this week, do you think you would have any problem losing 2lbs? The difference is how people change their thought process. So maybe the best thing to do is to try and determine how bad you want it? How much it is worth it to you, and instead of “wishing” your results… think about it as if you were going to win a million dollars this week! 


Exercise to combat metabolic syndrome by

This study shows that Interval Training works better to fix Metabolic Syndrome than weight loss or steady state longer exercise.


Exactly When You Should Eat Each Meal If You’re Trying To Lose Weight K. ALEISHA FETTERS

There is a lot of news/research out there stating opposing opinions as how often to eat and when to eat. What are your thoughts?

Fitness Tech

KC inventor’s Space Age fitness technology comes back to Earth BY MARK DAVIS

Where do you go once you’ve conquered space? Paul Francis has his eye on everywhere else.The Kansas City inventor’s SpiraFlex technology already has orbited the Earth in the International Space Station. NASA figured years ago that it was the right stuff for astronauts. They need exercise to fight off the debilitating effects that prolonged weightlessness can have on muscles and bones. SpiraFlex provides that exercise by using resistance instead of weight to work muscle and bone.

Food Supplements

Why Diets Don’t Work… New Supplement Company Promises to Target all the reasons

The most common causes of weight gain are overeating, unhealthy food choices, and/or lack of exercise. But for those of us who don’t ,match the reasons above, there’s likely more obscure causes responsible. Inflammation, stress, lack of sleep, illness, poor gut health, medication, and thyroid irregularities are all additional contributors to being overweight and devoid of energy.