Author: fromflabtofit

  • Best Foods for Colon Health: Colon Cancer Diet Prevention Tips

    Best Foods for Colon Health: Colon Cancer Diet Prevention Tips

    [ad_1] Let’s talk colorectal cancer stats. If our internet habits are anything alike, you, too, haven’t been able to escape headlines, reels, and TikToks about the surging rates of colon cancer in young people. Specifically, one in five cases diagnosed today is in a person under 55 years old—twice as many as in 1995, according…

  • The Benefits of Laughter for Gym Anxiety

    The Benefits of Laughter for Gym Anxiety

    [ad_1] In theory, fitness is meant to be fun. But while endorphins are great and moving our bodies is a privilege, hearing that you’re supposed to enjoy something that you secretly hate isn’t exactly helpful advice. In fact, it can make you feel pretty shitty. This is all too familiar for comedian Hannah Berner, who’s…

  • How To Find a Practice That Serves as a Safe Space

    How To Find a Practice That Serves as a Safe Space

    [ad_1] Transport yourself back into a middle school gym class. From the dreaded presidential fitness test to the awkward-length gym shorts, you can probably think of a few reasons why you’d prefer not to relive those moments. For Bobby Rodriguez, yoga instructor and Nike Well Collective trainer, this culture of physical education took the joy…

  • Diarrhea During Ovulation: Exploring the Connection

    Diarrhea During Ovulation: Exploring the Connection

    [ad_1] If you’re trying to have a baby (or are just interested in learning how your body works), you may have started to track when you ovulate. Just like how you can track your period and when it’s due to arrive, you can also keep tabs on your ovulation. Ovulation happens when your ovary releases…

  • A 10-Minute Forearm Workout for Better Grip Strength

    A 10-Minute Forearm Workout for Better Grip Strength

    [ad_1] When you hit the gym with the goal of getting sculpted legs or toned abs, you may not typically consider your grip strength. This often forgotten area is actually a key area of focus for those who study longevity: Having good grip strength has been found to be an indicator of healthy lifespan. Plus,…

  • The 8 Best Yoga Balance Poses To Add To Your Practice

    The 8 Best Yoga Balance Poses To Add To Your Practice

    [ad_1] You’re never too young to prioritize balance training. It may enhance1 memory and spatial cognition, lower2 the risk of injury in athletes, and improve2 postural control, the latter of which contributes to better motor performance in sports. One way to get your fill: Incorporate yoga poses for balance into your movement routine. A 2022…

  • My Journey to a SIBO Diagnosis and How I Manage My Symptoms

    My Journey to a SIBO Diagnosis and How I Manage My Symptoms

    [ad_1] There’s an ongoing joke among my close friends and family, and it’s that, well, I’m gassy.  For most of my adult life, I’ve experienced gas, bloating, and overall stomach discomfort after eating. At home, my father would tease me that I took after his side of the family when I would stink up the…

  • 5 Benefits of a Strong Core

    5 Benefits of a Strong Core

    [ad_1] There’s no shame in picking up a workout routine with a particular aesthetic goal in mind. But it shouldn’t be your only motivation for exercising—and that couldn’t be more true when you’re training your midsection muscles to reap the benefits of a strong core. “The core is, I would say, probably one of the…

  • How a Walking Exercise Routine Can Unleash Your Inner Radiance

    How a Walking Exercise Routine Can Unleash Your Inner Radiance

    [ad_1] No pain, no gain. Start counting when it hurts. Run till you see stars. Over the years, you’ve probably heard a few exercise mantras that are more than a little… hardcore. Real talk: How’s that burnout approach working for you? Ayorinde Iranlowo-Ifatunji, barre instructor and Nike Well Collective trainer, thinks there’s a better path…

  • What Stress Management for IBS Looks Like IRL

    What Stress Management for IBS Looks Like IRL

    [ad_1] Even as a dietitian, I spent a shocking amount of brainpower working to understand my digestive symptoms, more specifically stress management for IBS, or irritable bowel syndrome. IBS is a common gastrointestinal disorder characterized by abdominal pain, discomfort, and unpredictable changes in bowel habits. It may include symptoms like diarrhea, constipation, or both. The…