2018 Wellness Trends

Here we are at the end of January and there have been plenty of new trends in the health and wellbeing field. Industry experts predict that 2018 will see moringa (a “super” anti-inflammatory green) replace turmeric, collagen overtake protein powders and “nootropic” (brain boosters/cognitive enhancers) supplements climb the top of the popularity list. Other trends … More 2018 Wellness Trends

Calories and Optimal Food Intake – Part 2

In the Paul‘s last post we looked at the basics about calories and metabolism. Now let’s see how calories affect weight management: Whether you are trying to lose weight, maintain weight, or gain more, calories matter. Calorie restriction is counterproductive and does not work because when you consume less energy than your body requires, the body adapts. … More Calories and Optimal Food Intake – Part 2

Adrianna on: Hormones and weight loss

By Adrianna McDonald Hormones are enormously responsible for weight gain. They behave differently depending on which tissue they are acting in and never work in isolation. Estrogen acts different in the brain, in the uterus, and in your fat cells. Other hormones may accentuate or block estrogen’s actions, i.e a large amount of testosterone may decrease estrogen’s impact on female … More Adrianna on: Hormones and weight loss