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What you don’t know about willpower:
Why popular ideas about determination and drive are all wrong.
We’ve come to think of willpower as a psychological resource that runs…
The Positivity Trap:
How upbeat coaches can kill client results.
Using positive language with clients may seem like an essential part of…
Living well with fibromyalgia
How nutrition, exercise, and lifestyle strategies can help alleviate the pain.
Once dismissed as a made-up problem, the pain disorder fibromyalgia is now…
Fitness business success:
From personal trainer to business leader.
You can help people improve their fitness and health and make a…
Fish oil and omega-3 fats:
How to be safer with your supplements.
Everyone knows that fish oil is awesome. It’s full of omega-3 fatty…
Blood sugar management:
What your doctor doesn't know about glucose testing.
Blood sugar management is important for preventing everything from hypoglycemia to full…
The barefoot running craze:
Bogus fad or brilliant way to achieve health?
For more than 40 years, people in the West have been running…
Fitness & menstrual health:
How to stay lean, healthy, and fit without losing your period.
Fit women often lose their menstrual period when training hard or dieting…
Is your ability to eat carbs determined by your genes?
Ever wonder why some people can eat bushels of bananas without gaining…
Edible bugs and insects:
Are these high protein critters the future of food?
Think eating bugs is gross? Think again. A new generation of chefs,…
Eating when sick:
Should you feed a cold? Or starve a fever?
Feed a cold and starve a fever, goes the old saying. But…
Exercise when sick:
Should you sweat it out? Or rest and recover?
Everybody gets sick. But it’s tough to know what to do about…