Have you considered enriching your health and life with a plant-based diet? Our friend Sarah Tanner over at Green Leaf Organics has put together a 10 step guide to follow on your plant-powered journey!
Coconut oil's image as the "good" oil saw it stocked in health food shops and supermarkets. Hailed and marketed as a super-healthy cooking alternative, coconut oil has been under increased scrutiny lately. Now the science is clear – don’t believe the hype.
The friction between footwear and the feet can cause painful friction blisters. In endurance and multi-day sporting events, completing is often down whether blisters can be prevented or effectively managed.
Fitness is just like any addiction. It all starts with a small dose. Often people make the mistake of leaping into exercise. Here are some tips for ensuring your new routine is a keeper…
Physical activity will prevent – and reverse – many chronic health conditions. Exercise expert Jim Stinear explains the dangers of physical inactivity, and the role of clinical exercise physiologists in the future of medicine.
Straight out of science, we bring you ten of the best research-backed, age-defying reasons to get moving. So what are you waiting for?
Yesterday it was fat; today it’s sugar that has become public health enemy number one. But is sugar really this dangerous? Is it addictive? Are your sugar cravings really real?
Yoga has seen a massive increase in popularity in the West in recent decades. Expert Pam Jeter explains the scientific challenges, and why yoga will continue to grow as a form of exercise and therapy.
Setting goals can help to motivate you. It gives you something to aim for. I’m always setting goals in life, work and fitness. I also love knowing where I’m heading. Here are some tips on how to make goals and how to stick to them.
Whether you've recently embarked on a new group exercise routine, or if you're a regular no-nonsense gym bunny, it's important to make sure you're wearing the best sports shoes for your sport.