Breaking your sugar addiction

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An alarming new report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that over 100 million Americans have diabetes or prediabetes. Even more concerning is most people don’t realize it. Sugar has three insidious secrets: it’s in everything, it silently inflicts more harm than you can imagine, and it can be as addictive as tobacco. Learn why you should break your sugar addiction and some simple tips to help you do it.

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Internal sunburn protection

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It’s still hot out there. Since I went over how to protect yourself from the heat last week, this week I wanted to focus on protecting yourself from sunburns. The obvious answer is slather on the sun block, but there will be plenty of times in your life when it either isn’t readily available, you didn’t think to put it on, or it simply wears off.

Fortunately, there’s a secret trick that I rarely hear anyone mention. I’ve written many articles about foods that reduce inflammation and improve cellular repair. Since a sunburn is basically damaged, inflamed skin, many of those same foods that extend your life and make you feel better can also reduce your risk of getting a sunburn, reduce the pain and redness if you do get burned, and most importantly, reduce the risks of developing skin cancer.

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Protect yourself from the heat with heat

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It’s getting hot out there and the record-setting temperatures are only going to increase as we move deeper into the summer. Constant exposure to our carefully climate-controlled world has left a lot of people susceptible to overheating, heat illness and heat stroke. You can try your best to avoid the heat, or you can incorporate heat acclimation training to not only improve your heat tolerance, but also your muscle tone, aerobic endurance, and longevity.

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Real tips to increase running endurance

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Whether you’re a novice runner or a seasoned veteran, everyone wants to improve their endurance. Those looking for a performance boost are striving for faster speeds and improved race times. While those just starting out or running for fun want to run farther or just make the overall experience more enjoyable. Learn some proven tips that will increase your energy usage and recovery.

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