GENERAL

Pain

Pain, Good or Bad?

Reading Time: 4 minutes As I mentioned in an article before, we are living in the society, times, and mindset of the quick fix, and that also relates to pain relief, as I’ll explain in the following paragraphs.   Different types of pain I have my own classification for different types of pain. For example, that very nice soreness …

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Led bulbs

LED Lights – Energy Savers Aren’t Always Health Savers

Reading Time: 3 minutes A guest Blog from Designs for Health Incandescent lighting has served to illuminate the spaces of mankind since Thomas Edison first patented the lightbulb in the late 19th century. After nearly 130 years of service, this faithful lighting technology has suddenly been forced into retirement to make way for the newer, energy-efficient light-emitting diodes (LED) lights. …

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Gut Health

Gut Bacteria and Obesity – Feeding the Microbiota

Reading Time: 2 minutes Guest Blog by Designs for Health New study demonstrates how gut bacteria causes obesity According to a new study published in Nature, a research team from Yale has identified the mechanism in which gut dysbiosis leads to obesity. Scientists have already understood that the gut microbiome is associated with metabolic markers and type II diabetes. …

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The Strength Deficit Formula Will Help you Decide Between Training for Size or Strength

Reading Time: 4 minutes Decide what to focus on. Save time. Make your efforts count. Use the strength deficit formula. Who is it for? It applies both for athletes and bodybuilders. Bodybuilders will know whether they should focus on strength or size at this point of their training. Athletes need this information to periodize their training. How does this …

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