What 200 calories looks like in various foods

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A beginner dumbbell program

Workout A

  1. Bulgarian split squat or Lunge
  2. Floor press
  3. Straight-legged deadlift
  4. Plank

Workout B

  1. Bulgarian split squat or Lunge
  2. Seated shoulder press
  3. Standing two-dumbbell bent over row
  4. Plank


Which Diet Works?

A new study published Tuesday in the Journal of the American Medical Association adds powerfully to the notion that low glycemic diets are the way forward.


Almost every diet, from the radical no-carb-at-all notions to the tame (and sane) “Healthy Eating Plate” from Harvard, agrees on at least this notion: reduce, or even come close to eliminating, the amount of hyper-processed carbohydrates in your diet, because, quite simply, they’re bad for you.


Infographic: A Cheat Sheet For Seeing What Veggies And Fruits Are In Season

How 1-Minute Intervals Can Improve Your Health

Several years ago, the McMasters scientists did test a punishing workout, known as high-intensity interval training, or HIIT, that involved 30 seconds of all-out effort at 100 percent of a person’s maximum heart rate. After six weeks, these lacerating HIIT sessions produced similar physiological changes in the leg muscles of young men as multiple, hour-long sessions per week of steady cycling, even though the HIIT workouts involved about 90 percent less exercise time.


Exercise as Housecleaning for the Body

“Autophagy affects metabolism and has wide-ranging health-related benefits in the body, and so does exercise,” says Dr. Beth Levine, a Howard Hughes Medical Institute investigator at U.T. Southwestern. “There seemed to be considerable overlap, in fact, between the health-related benefits of exercise and those of autophagy,” but it wasn’t clear how the two interacted, she says.