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Infrared Sauna Benefits Include Pain Management, Weight Loss – Metro US

Aug, 19th 2017 3:48 am, Article Recommended by Dr. J. Smith

Is there anything more relaxing than slinking into a sauna after a long workout session or, you know, average stressful day in the office? Well, the traditional sauna may be a beloved locker room staple at health clubs and spas alike, but theres a new type in town: infrared saunas.

Early adopters of the trend include Jennifer Aniston and Lady Gaga, and now, theyre picking up popularity for allegedly helping with pain management, weight loss and more. They also maintain that these special saunas help with their general wellness, leading them to feel better than ever (and something that is no easy feat for researchers to quantify in scientific studies).

Is it a bunch of hot air? The verdict is still out, but fans of the saunas swear by the intense heat. The infrared saunas work like a microwave and heat up your body by moving water molecules in the skin and fat pockets around. Some small studies have shown it may help with diabetes, arthritis, cardiovascular issues, among other conditions, according to the Daily Mail.

Its worth noting, however that Dr. Steve Faulkner, an exercise physiologist at Nottingham Trent University, who researches the effects of heat on the body said in the story that he doesnt believe that the patients’ improvements are specifically due to the saunas and thinks they’re more likely to be due to the general effects of intense heat.

Until more research is conducted, its also tough to say if they really are a boon for weight loss. In fact, the initial weight loss you may see after a sauna is really water weight that you sweat out during your session.

If you have cardiovascular conditions or are a pregnant woman you should definitely avoid saunas. Otherwise, if youre curious to see if the latest wellness craze works for you, sweat away!

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Exercise expert answers whether you should start with strength or cardio at the gym – NEWS.com.au

Aug, 19th 2017 3:48 am, Article Recommended by Dr. J. Smith

Exercise guru Tim Robards demonstrates six HIIT exercises for fat loss.

An exercise expert answers whether you should do strength or cardio first.

HOW many times have you gone to the gym and asked yourself, Which should I do first: cardio or strength training?

Truth is, theres no hard and fast rule it depends on your personal goal, according to a new study.

Performing strength and endurance training simultaneously in the same workout, typically known as concurrent training, is a popular training strategy to develop various aspects of physiological capabilities in most sports.

However, a recent review questioned which order is best for optimum results.

The study assessed the impact of training sequence: strength followed by endurance versus endurance followed by strength training on two performance parameters, namely cardiovascular fitness and repetition maximum (i.e. the heaviest weight you can lift with maximum effort in a single repetition).

LIFT BEFORE YOU RUN

Results showed that sequencing strength training prior to cardio in the same workout session appears to be beneficial for greater improvements in strength gains, while the improvement of cardiovascular fitness is not affected by training order.

Why? It all comes down to the physiology of how your body uses energy. When you exercise, your body first uses a quick burst of anaerobic energy that doesnt require oxygen. Then, after a minute or two, your body moves into aerobic metabolism, which requires more oxygen above what youre already breathing in.

It all depends on what your training for adds Dr Jackson Fyfe from the School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences at Deakin University.

When strength gain is our primary goal, we therefore want to prioritise the quality of our strength training sessions completing these when less fatigued will help.

Put simply, if you are fatigued from a prior cardio session, you will either have to lift a lighter weight or perform less repetitions across a set, which over time will likely compromise your strength gain.

Its better to lift before cardio.Source:istock

WHEN CARDIO MATTERS MOST?

Training for a specific event, such as marathon or cycling race, it makes sense to focus running or cycling drills. However, its still smart to include strength training if you want to be a better runner or biker. Research shows that resistance exercises will improve muscle power and economy hence improve overall endurance performance.

WHAT ABOUT WEIGHT LOSS?

In terms of fighting fat, both resistance exercises and endurance are crucial.

Cardio workouts, such as brisk walking, jogging or cycling, will burn calories and weight training will stimulate muscle growth, which in turn raises your metabolic rate, helping you burn fat faster.

The intensity you do your cardio may matter though. The popular high intensity interval training or HIIT training will give you the same, if not more fat burning benefits of slow and steady cardio, but in a shorter amount of time. However, this type of training is not suitable for all and cannot be performed every day of the week.

Besides, there are many other reasons to add strength training to your workout repertoire beyond bigger biceps. Maximal strength is a major determinant of daily functioning, such as flexibility and balance, and is especially related to health outcomes such as mortality risk, improved blood sugar control and weight management.

Battle rope can be good for strength and cardio. Picture: iStockSource:Getty Images

THE TAKEAWAY

1. You want general fitness it makes no difference to which one comes first, just choose the right sequence for you. Mixing things up a little to progressively challenge yourself to improve your overall fitness and prevent boredom is ideal.

2. Youre training for an event Specificity is key. For runners, that means focusing on running drills. Want to improve your bench press weight? Prioritise your workout with the hardest stuff first to maximise the amount you can lift.

3. You want weight loss No preference doing any physical activity is better than none, and the more you do the better, as long as you do what you love, stick with it and keep moving. However, a combination of cardio and strength is ideal and dont necessarily need to be performed on the same day. Current physical activity guidelines recommend adults accumulate 300 minutes (five hours) or 60 minutes of moderate intensity activity on most days of the week, and do muscle strengthening activities on at least two days each week.

Kathleen Alleaume is an exercise and nutrition scientist and founder of The Right Balance. Follow her @therightbalance

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Weight not a factor as energy dense foods appear to up cancer risk – FoodNavigator.com

Aug, 19th 2017 3:48 am, Article Recommended by Dr. J. Smith

Consumption of energy-dense foods may raise the risk of obesity-related cancers regardless of an individual’s weight, a new study finds.

Writing in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, nutritional interventions targeting energy density as well as other dietary approaches can reduce the cancer burden, researchers suggested.

The findings add to the literature that discuss how the ratio of energy to food weight, otherwise known as dietary energy density (DED), contributes to cancer risk.

Much coverage establishes a proven link between obesity and certain types of cancer. A high intake of dietary components such as saturated fat and a high glycaemic load, among others, are considered a reliable indicator of weight and waist circumference gain.

However, according to lead investigator Dr Cynthia Thomson, professor of Health Promotion Sciences at the University of Arizona, the findings suggest that weight management alone may not protect against obesity-related cancers should women favour a diet pattern indicative of high energy density.”

Diet is thought to play a significant role in cancer risk. Current research shows that an estimated 30% of cancers could be prevented through nutritional modifications.

Just this morning, the UK announced plans to target foods with a high calorie count as it updated the countrys childhood obesity plan, which previously focused on sugar reduction.

Public Health England (PHE) will now consider evidence on childrens calorie consumption, focusing on cutting calorie count in high-DED foods such ready meals, pizzas, burgers, savoury snacks and sandwiches.

Led by Dr Thomson, researchers drew on data detailing 90,000 postmenopausal women aged 50 to 79 years.

Their eating habits were self-reported using a food frequency questionnaire and medical records were inspected for any obesity-related cancers during the follow-up period.

The team found that women who consumed a diet higher in DED were 10% more likely to develop an obesity-related cancer, independent of body mass index.

Additional findings revealed that the increased risk appeared limited to women who were of a normal weight at enrolment in the study

The demonstrated effect in normal-weight women in relation to risk for obesity-related cancers is novel and contrary to our hypothesis,” said Dr Thomson.

“Among normal-weight women, higher DED may be a contributing factor for obesity-related cancers,” she added.

“Importantly, DED is a modifiable risk factor. Nutrition interventions targeting energy density as well as other diet-related cancer preventive approaches are warranted to reduce cancer burden among postmenopausal women.”

A number of notable studies have assessed the role of DED in weight management.

A study of more than 89,000 Europeans suggested a role of DED in relation to gains in central adiposity among adults of normal body weight at the start of the study.

In addition, a systematic review suggested a consistent relationship between DED and excess adiposity and adult weight gain, but not BMI or central obesity.

In our study, DED was associated with higher BMI and waist circumference, the study explained.

However, risk was demonstrated in women with normal BMI. Among normal-weight women, those in the highest and lowest DED quintiles had mean waist circumference of 75.8 and 74.0 centimetres (cm), respectively.

The study highlighted the significance of this finding, pointing out that few normal-weight participants (less than 2%) became obese during follow-up of the main study period (around 10 years).

The study argued that weight gain alone could not explain the elevated cancer risk shown in the results.

Body composition data that could inform on adiposity and the role of lean mass are limited in numbers within women, thereby precluding robust evaluation in relation to DED and obesity-related cancer risk.

Source:Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

Published online ahead of print: doi.org/10.1016/j.jand.2017.06.010

Association between Dietary Energy Density and Obesity-Associated Cancer: Results from the Womens Health Initiative.

Authors: Cynthia Thomson et al.

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A Sleep Diet Is the Number One Way to Your Healthiest Body Yet – The Daily Meal

Aug, 19th 2017 3:48 am, Article Recommended by Dr. J. Smith

This is the diet that has absolutely nothing to do with eating but thats proven to be way more effective in getting you healthy than any other regimen.

According to a study published in The Lancet, sleep is crucial for metabolic function and hormone stability. Hormones and metabolism play a pivotal role in health, affecting everything from diabetes prevention to heart disease risk.

When participants sleep was restricted, they experienced an increase in stress hormones and a decrease in the speed of their metabolism.

Another study found that a lack of sleep contributed to a sharp decrease in leptin the hormone responsible for regulating fat storage. They also witnessed an increase in ghrelin a hormone that increases appetite.

If youre not sleeping enough, youre obviously going to be tired. Your body is going to get stressed and start sending signals to your body to put on weight. The weight, from your bodys perspective, is there as a reservoir of energy. When you feel tired, its suspicious that it might need it.

You dont have to cut the carbs off your hamburger, start drinking wellness shots that taste more like grass than juice, or choke down harsh sips of apple cider vinegar to foster a better relationship with your body.

All you have to do is simple: Sleep.

Not before you eat, not excessively, not five times a day, or whatever other wild ideas are ricocheting through your mind.

Just sleep enough. And sleep well.

Of course, this is easier said than done. Thats where the concept of the diet comes in. Diets are often seen as temporary a short-term set of rules to carry you through a healthy change or two that hopefully sticks after its over, when the clock strikes midnight and boom you can eat pasta again.

With food, diets dont work. Theyre often extreme, restrictive, and leave you drooling desirously over a cupcake you never even blinked at before. That doesnt happen on a sleep diet. You dont crave consciousness when you start to get enough sleep. If youre somehow taking it to the extreme (i.e., getting too much sleep) youll just wake up. Its the equivalent of accidentally eating a doughnut if youve gone too far and prohibited dessert.

The sleep diet, if done effectively, works. Its just not easy. Heres how to do it:

1. Set a time frame for the diet. One week is a good place to start.

2. Set your own rules. How much sleep do you want to get each night? Figure out the bedtime you would need to follow to accomplish the desired number of hours. Write it down.

3. For the time frame of your diet, stick to your bedtime. Thats the only rule to which this diet adheres. Its easy to remember, but surprisingly difficult to do.

But before you say, No, I cant do that, think about it for a second. Is it any harder than a typical diet? With those, you often have to eliminate entire sectors of your life. Happy hour with your coworkers? No drinking. Birthday cake with the kids for their birthday? Not for you!

Why do we perceive sleep as more extreme than those other restrictions restrictions that arent even all that good for you?

Sleep, on the other hand, is great for you. With a few extra hours of rest under your belt, youre likely to gravitate naturally towards your healthiest weight and feel much better, too.

If youre having trouble actually falling asleep once youve turned the lights out, try one of these natural remedies to help you sleep well.

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TOPS Alaska queen visits with Ketchikan chapter – KRBD

Aug, 19th 2017 3:48 am, Article Recommended by Dr. J. Smith

Take Off Pounds Sensibly Alaska queen Sharon Headley of Anchorage, center, stands with the Ketchikan TOPS chapter. (KRBD photo by Leila Kheiry)

The reigning Take Off Pounds Sensibly queen for Alaska was in Ketchikan recently to talk to the local chapter and help inspire its members to continue making healthy choices.

Take Off Pounds Sensibly is a national nonprofit organization that, as the name suggests, focuses on healthy weight loss. There are about 15 chapters in Alaska, including a small group in Ketchikan.

Each year, members compete for the role of state king and queen. The winner is whoever has reached their goal, and lost the most weight from the start of their journey no matter how long it took to achieve that goal.

This years Alaska queen is Sharon Headley of Anchorage. Wearing a silver, jade and gold-nugget crown, she shared her weight-loss story while waiting for Ketchikan chapter members to arrive for a weekly meeting at the public library.

Headley lost 67 pounds to reach her goal. And it wasnt a fast process.

It took 35 years for me to wear this crown, she said.

Headley said she joined TOPS many years ago, but then quit thinking she could lose weight on her own. That didnt work out, and she ended up gaining quite a bit.

So, she rejoined TOPS and said she was motivated to succeed.

I just thought I was going to lose, lose, lose, which I didnt, she said. Because we tend to be yo-yo people. Up and down, up and down. Weve all lost billions of pounds, they just all found us again.

Take Off Pounds Sensibly Alaska Queen Sharon Headley shows off her sash while visiting the Ketchikan TOPS chapter. (KRBD Photo by Leila Kheiry)

In 2009, though, Headley said she decided that, no matter what, from December to December of each year she would record some kind of loss. Then she picked a goal weight. She achieved that goal, and ended up as the state queen for Alaska.

I went from 255 to 188. I went from size 26 and those now fall off Im in a 16 or a suck-em-up 14. If I lay down and zip it tight, she said, laughing.

As state queen, Headley represented Alaska at the international TOPS gathering, which was in Salt Lake City this year. The top TOPS royalty were crowned there, and this years international queen lost nearly 180 pounds. The king lost 140.

Headley said TOPS is not just about weight loss; its about support.

We really cheer each other on, she said. A lot of people said when I was still a dumpling, Oh, you go to TOPS. Hows that working for you? Well, Im not 300 pounds. Sometimes if you just can hold it. It makes you accountable every week. You have to look at it and deal with it. Were trying to get healthy, and we advocate in TOPS healthy weight loss.

Headley stresses that weight loss is not easy or quick. But, she said, its never too late for anyone to start. She said one woman at the international gathering had reached her goal at the age of 96.

TOPS meetings start with a weigh-in. Peggy Meyers was in charge of the scale in the Ketchikan library activity room, and said she joined TOPS in 2009 in Washington State, then transferred to the Ketchikan chapter when she moved here.

Meyers said she enjoys the friendship of the group.

Yeah we have our meeting, but weve also started sometimes meeting outside of Tuesday, she said. Not for weighing in, but just encouraging each other in life. Not just in our attempts to lose weight.

Meyers stressed that TOPS isnt a diet, because diets dont work its about learning to make healthy choices.

To that end, Headley brought a list of her TOPS tools tips and tricks that helped her stay on track and lose weight. They include weighing herself regularly, writing down what she eats, making sure she drinks plenty of water, and eating a little dark chocolate every day.

Dark chocolate is part of the tools that I use. This is how I finally got to where I got, she said.

Headley shared that list during her short presentation to the local group, along with other tips. For example: A big carrot.

This carrot can be eaten mindlessly in front of any TV, movie or wherever, she said.

Headley said it wont work to establish big, unattainable goals. Instead, make a small goal, small changes, then stick to them. When youve completed that goal, move on to the next. It all eventually adds up to one big achievement.

The TOPS group in Ketchikan meets each Tuesday at 5 p.m. at the Ketchikan Public Library.

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75-Year-Old Woman Defies Aging Process With Raw Vegan Diet – NBC 6 South Florida

Aug, 19th 2017 3:47 am, Article Recommended by Dr. J. Smith

At 75 years young, Annette Larkins says the key to radiant youthfulness and physical vitality is a raw vegan diet.

“I know that I’m not going to live forever, but I’m forever trying to live well,” Annette said.

She’s been a vegetarian for 54 years, but over the last 30 years she has perfected her raw vegan diet. Her plant-based diet does not include any animal products. The food she eats is unprocessed and uncooked. Her dishes include vegetarian nut loaf, zucanni chips, and savory okra crisps. Annette says it’s never too late to reap the benefits of a vegan lifestyle.

“If you eat something in it’s natural raw state, opposed to processing it and cooking it, I think it stands to reason that you’ll get more nutrients, Annette said. Your enzymes are intact. That’s why I eat the way I do. I may not be considered vegan in all areas because I do consume honey.”

Annette has written three journey to health books and appeared on multiple television and radio shows, including “The Steve Harvey Show” and the “Tom Joyner Morning Show.”

“I don’t consider it a secret. It’s my lifestyle,” Annette said.

Most of her vegetables and cooking ingredients are grown in her backyard in Miami-Dade County. Growing season in South Florida is from October to May. During this time Annette’s garden is full of lettuce, tomatoes, and ginger. Caring for her garden keeps Annette busy.

“You know, I get in like 1,800 steps per day,” Annette said.

Amos Larkins is Annette’s husband. At 84 years old he takes medication for high blood pressure and diabetes. He only recently caught the vegan bug after 58 years of marriage. Amos wishes he started decades ago after noticing a big difference.

“Oh my God, everything is better. My blood pressure everything,” said Amos.

Published at 4:57 PM EDT on Aug 18, 2017 | Updated at 6:45 PM EDT on Aug 18, 2017

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12 Mistakes to Avoid on a Vegetarian or Vegan Diet – EcoWatch

Aug, 19th 2017 3:47 am, Article Recommended by Dr. J. Smith

By Rachael Link, MS, RD

A balanced vegetarian or vegan diet can provide many health benefits.

These diets have been associated with weight loss, better blood sugar control, a decreased risk of heart disease and a lower risk of certain types of cancer (1, 2, 3, 4).

However, it can be challenging to maintain a well-rounded vegetarian diet that provides all the nutrients you need.

This article uncovers some of the most common mistakes people make on a vegan or vegetarian diet, and how to avoid them.

Unfortunately, just because a food product is labeled “vegetarian” or “vegan” doesn’t necessarily mean it’s healthier than the regular alternative.

For example, almond milk is a popular, plant-based milk that’s often a staple in vegan diets.

However, while almond milk is low in calories and enriched with several important vitamins and minerals, it is not necessarily healthier than cow’s milk.

For example, 1 cup (240 ml) of low-fat cow’s milk contains 8 grams of protein, while the same amount of unsweetened almond milk contains only 1 gram (5, 6).

Sweetened almond milk can also be high in added sugar, with 16 grams of sugar in just 1 cup (7).

Other vegetarian products, such as soy-based veggie burgers, nuggets and meat alternatives, are often highly processed, with a long list of artificial ingredients. So they’re often no healthier than other non-vegetarian processed foods.

Despite being vegetarian, these products are also often high in calories, yet lacking the protein, fiber and nutrients necessary for a balanced meal.

While these products may ease your transition to a vegan or vegetarian diet, it’s best to consume them in moderation with a diet rich in nutritious, whole foods.

Summary: Many foods marketed as vegetarian or vegan are often highly processed, high in added sugar or lacking in nutrients. If you include these products in your diet, eat them only in moderation.

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Not all vegetarian diets are made equal – Bel Marra Health

Aug, 19th 2017 3:47 am, Article Recommended by Dr. J. Smith

Home Food Facts Not all vegetarian diets are made equal

Eating a vegetarian diet is often seen as being the best choice for reducing the risk of heart disease. People often assume that it means eating strictly fruits and vegetables, but there is a vast array of choices available.

For someone to be considered vegetarian, they must not eat any animal derived products. With this logic, certain refined grains and sugar-sweetened beverages would be permitted foods associated with a higher risk of cardio-metabolic disease.

This makes studying vegetarian diets and their impact on cardiovascular health difficult, as not all vegetarian/plant-based diets are made equal.

A new study crafted to help overcome these limitations created three versions of a plant-based diet. They included an overall plant-based diet emphasizing the consumption of all plant food and reduced animal food intake; a healthy plant-based diet emphasizing the intake of healthy plant foods such as whole grains, fruits, and vegetables; and lastly, an unhealthy plant-based diet emphasizing consumption of less healthy plant foods such as refined grains.

Over 200,000 men and women took part in the study. They responded to a follow-up questionnaire every second year for over 20 years. Aspects of lifestyle, health behaviors, and medical history were assessed. The participants diagnosed with coronary heart disease, stroke, cancer, or coronary artery surgery prior to the start of the study were excluded.

During the study, a total of 8,631 participants developed coronary heart disease.

The researchers found that overall, a plant-based diet was associated with a lower risk of heart disease. Those consuming a healthier plant-based diet rich in whole grains, fruits, and vegetables were found have an even lower risk of heart disease.

Diets with sweetened beverages, refined grains, potatoes, and sweets were seen to increase the risk of heart disease.

When we examined the associations of the three food categories with heart disease risk, we found that healthy plant foods were associated with lower risk, whereas less healthy plant foods and animal foods were associated with higher risk. Its apparent that there is a wide variation in the nutritional quality of plant foods, making it crucial to take into consideration the quality of foods in a plant-based diet, said Ambika Satija, the studys lead author.

The researchers hope that their study will inform people know that not all plant based diets reduce the risk of heart disease, with the wrong choices having an opposite effect. They go on to say that making smaller dietary tweaks over time rather than major changes can make a significant difference to your heart health and be more sustainable.

Related: Eating more plant-based foods decreases obesity risk

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What 7 elite vegan athletes eat to get (and stay) ultra-jacked – Men’s Fitness

Aug, 19th 2017 3:47 am, Article Recommended by Dr. J. Smith

Diet focus: I’m usually concerned with keeping my calories up to maintain my size, though I adjust my calories depending on if I need to bulk up or cut weight. I try to limit my intake of things like soy, gluten, and overly processed foods. The easiest way to do this is by making sure I’m eating a variety of different foods every day. This also ensures I am consuming all different types of plant-based protein to cover the full amino acid profile as well as my vitamins and nutrients. I am also a huge fan of spices and condiments to change the flavor profiles of your staple foods.

Snack: Smoothie with 1 banana, 1/4 cup steel cut oats, 1/2 cup frozen blueberries, 1 cup frozen spinach, 1 scoop Plant Fusion: Cookies and Cream vegan protein powder, 1 tsp cinnamon or cardamom, 2 tsp chia seeds, and water

Breakfast: Grapefruit and 2 pieces of sprouted grain bread topped with a tofu scramble and Indian black salt, which gives the tofu a sulfur taste similar to what you find in eggs

Snack (post workout): Smoothie with 1 cup frozen spinach, 1 cup frozen berries, 1 large orange, 1 scoop Vegan Smart Vanilla vegan protein powder, 1 tsp cinnamon, 1 tsp chia seeds, and water

Lunch: Lentil Macaroni and Cashew Cheese, which is 1 1/2 serving of lentil pasta, and 1 serving of cashew cheese (2 cups raw soaked cashews, 1 cup nutritional yeast, juice of half small lemon, 1 tsp yellow mustard, salt and pepper to taste, all blended in a vitamix with water), and 2 cup broccoli

Dinner: Pre-made whole grain pizza crust (from The Engine 2 Diet), vegan sausage Beyond Meat crumbles, frozen kale, sun-dried tomatoes, organic pasta sauce, nutritional yeast, and 4 slices Go Veggie vegan cheese slices

Snack: 1/4 cup So Delicious snickerdoodle cashew milk ice-cream and 2 Vans power-grain waffles

Macros: 3,000 cals at 62% carbs, 12% fat, 26% protein

Supplements: 5000IU D3, 2500IU B12, 1,500mg curcumin, 500mg DHA with breakfast; BCAAs, 2g glutamine, 3g creatine post-workout

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Organic Slim Garcinia – Weight Loss Diet Supplement!

Aug, 19th 2017 3:47 am, Article Recommended by Dr. J. Smith

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