The Benefits of Sprint Interval Training

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Are You Still Doing Cardio? Author: Kai Fusser, MS Last month I told you about functional fitness training and why I think it is superior to workouts on the machines that fill most gyms and sports clubs. This month my topic is sprint interval training, and why it beats the traditional cardiovascular or aerobic exercises. Walk into any ...

Should GMO Labeling Be Required For All Food Ingredients?

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When Is GMO Not GMO? Author: Dr. Stephen Chaney I'm probably going to get lots of hate mail for this week's “Health Tips from the Professor” because I'm finally going to tackle the GMO controversy. You see, the GMO controversy is very much like Washington politics. On one side of the aisle, you have the people who are ...

Are Fat Burning Sports Supplements Safe?

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It’s Buyer Beware in the Sports Supplement Market Author: Dr. Stephen Chaney For many athletes it’s all about being bigger, faster, stronger. That’s what makes the fat burning sports supplements so appealing. If you believe the ads, they will burn fat, increase muscle mass and give you an energy boost. But, are fat burning sports supplements safe? ...

Use of Sports Supplements By Young Athletes

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Are Sports Supplements Effective? Are They Safe? Author: Dr. Pierre DuBois In recent years, the use of sports supplements by young athletes has increased dramatically. The most commonly used sports supplements among teenagers of all ages were vitamins and minerals, though “ergogenic aids” are used by some teen athletes specifically to enhance performance. Among these performance-enhancing supplements ...

Multivitamin Supplements May Reduce Breast Cancer Mortality

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Can A Multivitamin A Day Keep Breast Cancer At Bay?  Author: Dr. Stephen Chaney A few weeks ago I wrote about soy and breast cancer survival. You’ve probably seen the latest headlines: “Multivitamin Supplements May Reduce Breast Cancer Mortality” and are wondering if they could possibly be true. After all, wasn’t it just a short time ago ...

Functional Fitness Training

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Are You Doing Your Workouts Wrong? Author: Kai Fusser, MS We’ve all heard about “functional exercises” by now, but what does functional fitness training really mean? Playing a sport, doing yard work or even day to day activities, requires the whole body to move all at the same time. Do you know of any sport (with the possible ...

Are Dietary Polyphenols Associated With Longevity?

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Are Polyphenols The Fountain of Youth? Author: Dr. Stephen Chaney You’ve probably heard that resveratrol and other polyphenols in red wine can help mice live longer. But what about us? Are dietary polyphenols associated with longevity in humans? Until recently nobody knew the answer to that question. However, a recent study (Zamora-Ros et al, J. Nutr. 143: 1445-1450, ...

Is There Really Such A Thing A Positive Stress?

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Stress Can Be Your Friend Author: Dr. Pierre DuBois Do you consider yourself an optimist or a pessimist? When the going gets tough, the optimists among you can take heart—new research that has found that viewing stress positively can be of benefit to both the mind and body. When the brain perceives stress (either physical or psychological), it ...

Soy And Breast Cancer Recurrence

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The Truth About Soy And Breast Cancer  Author: Dr. Stephen Chaney You've probably heard the warnings: "Soy may increase the risk of breast cancer!" "Women with breast cancer shouldn't use soy!" The first warning was never true. Numerous clinical studies have shown that consumption of soy protein is associated with a lower risk of developing breast cancer. Furthermore, the ...

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Headache Relief By Treating Your Shoulder

Posted June 18, 2019 by Dr. Steve Chaney

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A Headache Remedy Can be Treating Your Shoulder Author: Julie Donnelly, LMT –The Pain Relief Expert Editor: Dr. Steve Chaney     When you experience the debilitating effects of headache pain, you just want headache relief. Your head throbs. It’s hard to think. It’s hard to enjoy life. What should you do? You could take Tylenol or some other drug, but that ...

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