“Well, This Isn’t Nearly as Dramatic as it Seems” Says Neuroscience About the Whole Kelly and Michael Debacle
Apr29

“Well, This Isn’t Nearly as Dramatic as it Seems” Says Neuroscience About the Whole Kelly and Michael Debacle

“Well, This Isn’t Nearly as Dramatic as it Seems” Says Neuroscience About the Whole Kelly and Michael Debacle Thursday, April 28, 2016   In light of the events that transpired between Kelly, Michael, and ABC executives last weekend into this week after Michael’s exit announcement, the web is buzzing with overly-dramatized renditions of what happened and suspicions about whether their amicable reunion is staged, and fans are...

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Is The Health System Making You Sick?
Apr28

Is The Health System Making You Sick?

When you get sick, your natural inclination is to go to the doctors. You’re in pain, you’re slow and tired, you can’t do the things you like to do – you generally don’t feel good and you just want someone to make it go away. This is completely understandable. No one likes being sick and it’s a part of human nature to try to stop things that don’t make us feel good. And I for one feel better after a visit to my doctor confirms...

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What Are Oxalates and Are They Really Bad For You?
Apr26

What Are Oxalates and Are They Really Bad For You?

Oxalates (oxalic acid) are a type of antinutrient that is commonly found in many leafy greens and colorful vegetables as well as some fruits, nuts, seeds and even cocoa. Even Vitamin C can be converted to oxalates when metabolized. And although it’s a rather natural substance, it can have many negative health effects which are becoming increasingly common. For instance: It can prevent calcium and other minerals from being absorbed in...

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Exclusive: The Truth About Soy
Apr25

Exclusive: The Truth About Soy

So what’s the big deal about soy? It used to be considered a fantastic superfood that made a great alternative to meat for vegans, vegetarians or even just foodies. Being high in protein (17g/100g) and fiber (6g/100g) as well as containing plenty of important minerals like manganese, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, copper, potassium and calcium, as well as loads of important vitamins, especially several B vitamins and vitamin K, it’s...

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4 Easy Tricks for a High, Tight Butt
Apr24

4 Easy Tricks for a High, Tight Butt

Want to give J-Lo and Beyonce a run for their money when it comes to you ass-ets? Try these exercises.  1. Try working with just one leg. Whether it’s single leg deadlifts or single leg squats, the activation of the gluteus maximus and the gluteus medius is greatly increased, meaning you’re getting a greater butt-workout with this simple hack. 2. Don’t forget your hip abductions. This is the exercise when pressure or weight is placed...

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