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.
Your diet affects how you feel and how well your body functions.
While a nutrient-dense, well-rounded diet supports your immune system, a diet that’s low in nutrients and high in ultra-processed foods impairs immune function
We’re dying to know the secrets to metabolism.
But, guess what? There are no magical secrets, just common-sense ways we give ourselves a metabolic head-start.
Here are seven tips to get you started:
Is there really a difference with losing fat in men and women?
Word on the street is that men have it easier when it comes to weight loss. It seems like men can start a diet and lose weight in a snap, while women have to torture themselves, saying no to almost all foods to lose just one measly pound.
This doesn’t seem fair! Why is it harder for women to lose weight than it is for men? Here’s the skinny on weight loss in women and men.
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