The use of probiotics has become quite widespread lately. But as is common among topics that rapidly rise in popularity, misinformation is easily spread as some companies may prey on customers’ ignorance. We think it’s time to debunk the most common myths about probiotics.
Many factors influence why we sometimes forget where we put our keys or lose focus throughout the day, and brain energy metabolism is one of them. Learn why, and how, a ketogenic diet can positively affect cognition.
It’s a hot topic lately: Phosphatidylserine facilitates communication between brain and nerve cells, delivering nutrients and helping to keep these cells intact. Learn more about this important phospholipid’s health benefits.
Recent scientific interest in the effects of nutrition on human brain function has increased significantly, especially as dietary fats have regained popularity: Current evidence suggests consuming a high-fat diet may increase the risk of cognitive decline over time. Learn the differences among types of dietary fats and how each can impact cognition.
The benefits of brain health are far-reaching. In fact, a number of ingredients go the extra mile in supporting brain health. Consider adding these items to the next shopping list for supporting brain health.
Not eating before an intense workout may cause lightheadedness or mild nausea. But is it ever advisable to work out on an empty stomach? Daniel Heller, MSc shares the differences among different workouts and which are safe to do without eating beforehand.
Today’s busy schedules make it tough to attain the recommended 150 minutes of exercise each week. It turns out, though, that it’s possible to break a sweat in just a short time, with expansive results. Get to know “exercise snacking”!