There have been hundreds of diet fads that have drifted in out of favour in recent years. One of the main controversies that has hit the press lately had been circulating around the idea of fats in our daily intake. We are all too familiar with the myths: Fat makes us fat! It contributes to increase in risk of heart diseases and leads to obesity.
In reality, these facts can be misleading.
PART 1 : ANTIOXIDANTS
We’re always looking for ways to slow down skin aging. Skin care is a multi-billion dollar recession-proof industry, mostly based promises to keep your skin younger for longer.
Most skin concerns such as under eye wrinkles, fine lines, pigmentation, dull complexion and sagging skin result from aging skin. In this 3-part series, we’ll look at the top skin anti-aging allies you should look for in your skin care products to help you retain youthful and radiant skin. In Part 1, we take a look at our first family of skin allies – the Antioxidants.
Many of us dream of a lean and well-toned body, and the reality of achieving and maintaining such a physique is all but easy. Physical exercise and proper nutrition are two of the main pillars towards attaining and (more importantly) sustaining this goal.
Contributed by Yongdan Tang, PhD
The title of this blog may be misleading. In fact, it’s probably what many believe: that there are distinctions between exercises ‘that are for fat loss’ and exercises ‘that build muscles’. In my opinion, there really aren’t many fundamental differences for exercise selection between the cut and the bulk phase. Just lift the weights!
Thanks to YouTube tutorials, flirtations with beauty influencers on Instagram, and beauty brands all over social media, we’ve never had more choice or access to as many skin care products as we do today. With the explosion of skin care offerings on shelves today, it’s tough being a consumer who simply wants something that works for your skin. Continue reading “Collagen, hydration, antioxidants… what does your skin really need? Find out with this simple one-time test”
Contributed by Yongdan Tang, PhD.
Many people think bulking is easier than cutting: just eat more till you drop! But it isn’t that simple.