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Better Eating Improves Your Fitness

Eat better and you will see an improvement in your fitness level.

A new report from the European Society of Cardiology says by just incorporating a better diet you will improve your fitness level.

, May 15, 2023

Exercise Boosts Immune Response in Cancer Patients

It's not time to rest after a cancer diagnosis.

Scientists in Finland have found the resulting immune stimulation from exercise reduces the side effects of cancer treatments and improves the quality of life and prognosis of cancer patients.

, May 08, 2023

Muscle Contractions Help Fight Breast Cancer

Working out can help protect you from breast cancer.

Texas A&M researchers have found a direct link between muscle contraction and a reduction in breast cancer.

, March 27, 2023

Exercise is Superior to Drugs for Depression

You may want to go to the gym instead of the doctor if you are feeling depressed.

Research from the University of South Australia shows a recommendation to exercise may be a better option because physical activity is 1.5 times more effective than counseling or drugs.

, March 06, 2023

Exercise and Fasting Improve Liver Health

Simple steps to improve the condition of your liver

A new study from the University of Chicago found alternate-day fasting along with aerobic exercise was able to successfully reduce the fat buildup in their study subjects.

, February 20, 2023

Exercise Desire Could be a Gut Reaction

A possible answer to why some days you don't feel like exercising.

Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania found a direct connection between gut bacteria and the motivation to exercise.

, December 28, 2022

Aerobic Exercise Dramatically Cuts Metastatic Cancer Risk

Increase your aerobic exercise if you want to cut your cancer risk.

A study conducted at Tel Aviv University in Israel found the risk of metastatic cancer was cut by 72% through intense aerobic exercise.

, December 12, 2022

Fasting Before Exercise Burns Way More Fat

There are benefits to exercising while hungry.

Researchers at Nottingham Trent University in England found exercising on an empty stomach allowed people to burn 70 percent more fat than those who ate two hours before exercising.

, November 14, 2022

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