June is National Men’s Health Month, and although the month is ending, we encourage all men (including the men in your life) to care for their bodies by eating right and exercising.
Many health problems can be prevented simply by tweaking our diets and engaging in healthy activities.
We can achieve better metabolic health by simply switching from an unhealthy diet to a healthy diet with Almased.
Almased is a nourishing formula with a superior amino acid profile, abundant peptides, and honey-derived enzymes. Containing absolutely no artificial fillers, preservatives, or stimulants, Almased naturally boosts metabolism, burns fat, and promotes healthy metabolic changes. Here’s how according to evidence-based research:
In the last decade, gut health and inflammation have become popular health topics. The spike in interest stems from the growing number of Americans suffering from at least one chronic disease. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in the US 6 in 10 adults have a chronic disease and 4 in 10 have two or more.
According to numerous research, a strong connection among gut health, inflammation, and disease exists as the gut plays a crucial role in influencing inflammation, which affects the immune system that takes part in managing disease.
Science shows that modified fasting — fasts in which calories are restricted but required nutrition is supplied, like the Almased 14-day fast — can flip the body’s natural metabolic switch from burning sugar to burning fat, which also preserves muscle mass.
In addition, safe fasting improves the balance of several important hormones. Healthy fasting keeps insulin levels in check and boosts levels of norepinephrine — which mobilizes more fat for the body to burn.
Better yet, modified fasting lowers levels of the appetite hormone, ghrelin, and increases leptin, the hunger-blocking satiety hormone.
About 30 million people in the U.S. have type 2 diabetes. We know that diabetes is a disease marked by blood glucose, or blood sugar, levels being too high.
Glucose is our main source of energy. It comes from the foods you eat. A hormone called insulin helps the glucose get into your cells to provide energy.
If you have diabetes, your body doesn't make enough insulin or doesn't use insulin well enough. The glucose then stays in your blood and not enough gets into your cells.
A new study in Science explodes almost everything we thought we knew about age and metabolism.
One of the most comprehensive studies on metabolism ever conducted, it involved over 80 researchers, took over 40 years, and studied data from 6,500 people between the ages of eight days old and 95 years.
The first thing the study blew away was the conventional understanding that men always burn more calories than do women — the study found no calorie-burning differences in the sexes, after accounting for other factors.
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