Nutrition can be an endlessly confusing science, full of contradictory information — Does expensive really mean healthier? Is a vegan diet actually good for you? What does moderation even mean, anyway? — but every so often, you run into a decision that seems like a no-brainer. Like, for example, whether it’s better to satisfy your sweets craving with a handful of gummy vitamins or a handful of actual gummy candy. Both are made pretty much entirely of substances you can’t pronounce, but one is actually good for you. Obviously, you go with the vitamins.
How do you lose weight? Diet and exercise. That much has been ingrained in us since youth. So you take up a fad diet, get a gym membership, toil away for weeks and are left wondering why the formula for weight loss does not work for you. It turns out, you’re not so different from everybody else. Over the past several years, studies have shown us that half of what we learned about weight loss is wrong.
As it turns out, exercise is great for your overall health, immune system, and longevity, but it’s not so great at shedding those extra pounds. In the end, it really isn’t all that helpful for losing weight.
A new Israeli study shows that artificial light at night (ALAN) can cause weight gain and even lead to some types of cancer.
The study, which was published in the International Journal of Obesity, demonstrates that artificial light disrupts daily rhythms and suppresses the production of melatonin, a hormone produced by animals and humans at night.
Throughout the last month, the major focus for VitaMist was weight loss. If you are doing a wellness program every month threw VitaMist you would have received in the pass complimentary packets of our greatest product, B-Slim. Weight loss and B-Slim were also the major focus for our Product calls in the passed.
Why are we paying all this attention to weight loss? Quite simply, I believe obesity is the number one health problem facing the country. It has reached epidemic proportions, and it is getting worse.