Today it is possible to eat well and enjoy food and cooking while staying fit, losing weight when needed and increasing muscle tone, fully aware and respectful of the individual features of each of us.
Novel scientific evidence has been produced to demonstrate that the signals generated by a single hypocaloric day or a 15-hours long fasting period are all proving helpful to lose weight.
Before starting to forget names, let’s be prepared against glycosylated substances and sugars, in the long term all acting as dangerous poison for brain and memory.
An important piece of research confirms how short fasting reduces inflammation, lowers body fat and produces positive metabolic effects on the organism.
The number of overweight people resorting to extreme surgical procedures to improve their condition is always significant. Recent evidence shows how less invasive measures, together with a more rational knowledge of our body, may prove equally, if not more, effective.
A new revolution in the weight loss world is hitting the news: patients should check the quality of what they eat and how they eat, exercise and live, instead of just meaninglessly counting the number of calories.
Each person desiring to be healthy and even to lose weight should always have good amounts of proteins on the table during every meal. Waking up the metabolism is a great natural trigger for weight management.
Novel views and scientific discoveries on psoriasis lead the way towards new forms of intervention, which aim at controlling food-related inflammation in order to modulate our immune system more gently than what done so far by current treatments.
Statins have revolutionized the world of cholesterol-controlling drugs, offering protection towards cardiovascular disorders. However, people under statins treatment tend to forget that a balanced, healthy diet and physical activity are unavoidable tools to reach great results.
Is sugar an invisible killer? Increasing evidence suggests so, but it is important to understand that it is not the substance that cause the harm, but the thoughtless, chronic use of it.