Fat can make you fat, but it isn’t the only thing that causes weight gain. Fat is high in calories and is easy to store as fat cells, but in general, it is storing more calories than you burn (from fat, carbs, or protein) that causes weight gain.
Diet and exercise is a category containing everything related to fitness and nutrition and corresponding strategies and exercises.
You don’t have to wait to swim after you eat. Swimming after eating doesn’t cause cramps and has minimal to no effect on swimming performance.
Scientific research shows the body can remove toxins whether a person fasts or not. In fact, fasting has health risks as the body needs liquid, energy, vitamins, and minerals to detox.
Runners are actually at a lower risk for arthritis than non-runners. Obesity and repetitive kneeling or squatting increase the risk arthritis in knees.
Raw pasteurized eggs are safe to eat or drink, but there are slight risks of a salmonella illness, especially for the elderly, kids, and pregnant women.
One should use microwave-safe containers in a microwave. Safe containers let radiation pass through them so only the food, not the container, is heated.
According to recent food science, tableware (plates, cups, and cutlery) affect the taste of food along with a number of other factors like color, smell, sound, and more.
Fluoride is a name for several fluorine compounds. Fluoride is good for oral hygiene in small doses, but extremely dangerous and toxic in large doses.
Free radicals are atoms, molecules, or ions missing electrons. When antioxidants are unavailable, free radicals can damage cells in an effort to “balance” electrons through oxidation.
Only some vegetables are better for you raw than they are cooked. It depends on the specific vegetable, cooking method, and the person.