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Being physically active has been associated with better cognitive performance and a recent study indicates that exercise may also lower the chances of suffering from a silent stroke.
Your training doesn’t stop when you stop training. What you drink and eat is important in the minutes and hours after you run
What you eat not only affects your physical health but also the health of your brain. One of the best diets around for your brain seems to be the Mediterranean diet
Celiac disease identifies undigested gluten as a threat. This triggers inflammation in the small intestine, activating an autoimmune disease which attacks the cells directly.
Cocoa products, such as dark chocolate have high content of flavanols (about 6% to 8% polyphenols by dry weight) that contributes to their flavor and aroma
Slow aging has goals of disease prevention, maintaining structure, function and quality of life. Distinct from anti-aging, which intervenes in the processes of aging
Can’t find time to exercise? Always coming up with excuses to commit to exercise from that never coming “tomorrow”? It’s time for a change!
More often than not people who forget something head straight to blaming it on their ‘bad memory!’ But which memory are they referring to? Working memory is a marker of how well you are doing with memory
Do you ever have the feeling that you are training without seeing any real improvement? Maybe it’s time to mix things up! Get into interval training
Garlic has been used as a medicinal herb for thousands of years. The sulfuric compounds found in the cloves contain a multitude of therapeutic properties.