Written By: Alex Allegro (Accredited Exercise Physiologist) It is well documented in the scientific literature that exercise and diet are the two primary drivers of weight loss for most of the world’s population.
Obesity. It’s a scary word. It’s one of the most modifiable risk factors for many chronic diseases and lifestyle causes of death. With obesity being defined by the National Institute of Health as having a
Written by: Zach Perversi (Accredited Exercise Physiologist) With the summer fast approaching, now is the right time to shape up and lose weight for summer. You might be carrying excessive body fat after winter;
In a previous blog post we outlined the term metabolic double jeopardy. This term refers to a condition where having a amount of body fat (obesity) can lead to sarcopenia. Sarcopenia refers to the loss of
One certainty in life is that everyday you will grow older. The rate of this change however occurs for each person at different rates and in different ways. This is largely determined by the lifestyle choices
The Science of Weight Loss During exercise the human body uses predominantly fat and carbohydrate as a fuel source. The ratio (percentage) of the fuel source used depends on the intensity and the duration of
Fasting is the process of restricting your calorie intake for a specific time period. In the medical literature this is known as intermittent fasting. Intermittent fasting can help your body fight off disease,
Written by; Rory Scott (Accredited Exercise Physiologist) There are many varied opinions on the best nutritional strategy, especially in this age of information overload. This can make it difficult to determine