26 August 2016
Fitness tracking has come a long way. "Smart" body products and fitness technology have made it easier than ever to track your progress whether you run, cycle, play tennis, soccer or do just about any other activity.
Losing weight is hard, but keeping it off can be even harder. According to an Australian researcher, a symphony of hormonal changes sends the body relentless signals to slow metabolism and increase the urge to eat, for at least a year after weight loss. Dieters are left to fight their own biology.
Women on even very low calorie diets usually make enough milk, at least until the mother's calorie intake becomes critically low for a prolonged period of time. Generally, the baby will get what he needs. Some women worry that if they eat poorly for a few days this also will affect their milk.
According to a study published in the July-August issue of the Annals of Family Medicine, water might be a secret weapon for dieters. The research involved nearly 10,000 adults.
With marketers tracking the performances of athletes at the Summer Games in Rio de Janeiro to see who could shine as a spokesmodel. Fashion and beauty executives are no exception.
Tennis elbow is typically brought on by repetitive motion, overuse, or a direct injury. If you feel a slight twinge at the outside portion of the upper arm, near the elbow, for this could be sign of tennis elbow or tendinitis of the lateral epicondyle.