All posts tagged "exercise"
AstaXanthin Can Improve Heart Rate During Exercise
Astaxanthin can lower the heart rate of athletes during exercise, according to a new study. Taking a daily dose of 12mg of Astaxanthin can reduce heart rate by 10% during long distance running.
- Posted June 20, 2017
5 Exercises To Stay Healthy Into Old Age
Staying active is a vital part of keeping healthy and well. As we age, our body goes through various biological changes and one of the most significant is the decrease and loss of muscle mass. When muscle...
- Posted March 28, 2017
How 13 Types of Cancer Can Be Reduced With Exercise
Everyone knows the advantages of staying active, but new research is providing further evidence for how its scope of benefits can be expanded. A comprehensive new study reported in The New York Times found that in addition...
- Posted May 26, 2016
Curcumin Could Improve Cardio Health For Those Sitting Down All Day
Researchers from Japan have found that regular ingestion of curcumin could help with improving vascular endothelial function. The study showed that curcumin, when combined with regular aerobic exercise improved endothelial function – the lines on the interior...
- Posted January 22, 2016
7 Key Nutrients To Improve Your Exercise Workout
Improving your cardiovascular health and improving your muscle tone and abs are two of the intended outcomes of practicing regular exercise. There are countless other physical and wellbeing benefits involved, but getting the right nutrients in can...
- Posted January 14, 2016
6 Ways To Achieve Optimal Health in 2016
Chronic disease is an epidemic and the number of cases is growing, despite any advances within medical technology. Yet research is showing that fundamentally, following the right nutrition, forming good lifestyle habits and monitoring your environmental exposure...
- Posted January 5, 2016
Got a Cold? Exercise Could Be The Answer!
Research published in Scientific Reports has found that exercise could help with preventing colds and infections from developing. While the study was conducted on mice, it does have implications for human health too.
- Posted December 24, 2015