Tag: Fat

Why Freedom Depends More Than Ever on Our Health and Fitness

Commentary A nation is only as healthy as the people—the individuals—of which it is comprised. If we recognize this simple, obvious, fact, what are we to say about the health of our nations today? Look around at your fellow men, women, and children. How have we reached this point? And who, ultimately, benefits? Doctor measuring…


Eliminate Flabby Arms With Correct Nutrition and Exercise

As we get older, we tend to lose more muscle mass, especially in our arms and legs. When muscle is lost, fat and fibrous tissue will rush in to take its place, creating extra loose skin, leading to the development of the notorious “bat wings” under our arms. This is a common issue among women…


5 Misconceptions About Weight Loss and Healthy Eating

Can you get fat from eating late at night? Should you cut all carbs if you’re serious about losing weight? We turned researchers on these topics help separate myth from fact and set the record straight on healthy eating habits. Are Carbohydrates Bad For You? Carbohydrates are one of the three major nutrients in the…


Groundbreaking Conference Reveals Health Risks of Seed Oils

Medical doctors, researchers, and other experts spoke on March 3 at the “Future of Fat” virtual summit, the first-ever meeting dedicated exclusively to the harmful effects of oils made from vegetables or seeds, including canola oil, corn oil, cottonseed oil, soybean oil, and sunflower oil. Such oils have been linked to heart disease, diabetes, weight…


For Real National Health, Bring Back Fat-Shaming

Commentary Now that even the tedious left is beginning the predictable COVID rollback, it’s time for at least a somewhat more balanced (pun intended) look at the second-most-important predictor of that disease, which is rarely mentioned but has always been known—weight. When I say always known, I mean virtually from the outset. Here’s one study…


Research Links the Western Diet to Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Inflammatory bowel disease, or IBD, is a historically Western occurrence. Although mainly a problem in the United States, as the standard American diet has gone global, IBD has become more common across the globe. All that fast food, fat, and sugar could be promoting the proliferation of IBD. A recent study has found that eating…


Maintain a Healthy Weight With These Natural Antiobesity Agents

Mother Nature is all about balance, but the pace of modern life can cause you to feel a bit tilted at times. If you’re struggling with maintaining a healthy weight—or even if you have only a few pounds to lose—these six natural antiobesity agents can help you shift the scale into equilibrium. 1. Cinnamon This…


Fat Acceptance Is a Dangerous Idea

Commentary COVID-19 has put renewed focus on obesity. As the New York Post recently reported, countries with high obesity rates such as the UK have nearly 90 percent of COVID-19 deaths, compared with countries that have less obesity such as Vietnam. Medically, obese people are more likely to contract COVID-19, suffer greater morbidity, and are more likely to transmit the…