When you start thinking about sports and nutrition, you read tons of fitness myths that have nothing to do with reality. So, here are some false ideas of what is good for staying fit and healthy. We picked six most popular misconceptions. #1 of fitness myths: More sweat, less fat Many beginners believe that sweating … Continue reading Fitness myths to forget immediately
Erectile dysfunction (ED) rates have gone up during the last decades, among younger men, too. According to a study, one of every four new ED patients is under 40 years old. About 40% of men in their 40s suffer from it, about 50% in their 50s, and so on. So, the older a man gets, … Continue reading Erectile dysfunction: common causes and treatments
Calorie intake is one of the basic things for maintaining a healthy weight. In case you want to lose weight in a healthy way, it is even more important. First of all, what calories are, and how do we know their amount in foods? How is it calculated? Any organic substance burns. Therefore we can … Continue reading Calorie intake guide for those who care
We’ve all heard about placebo effect. Since there is more and more scientific evidence of how it works, let’s observe what’s most important. Curious facts It has a long story Doctors have long given patients fake or useless pills. In 1955, an article suggested that a placebo has a real therapeutic effect in about 35% … Continue reading Placebo effect: how it works?
Still believe that eating fat food makes you fat, and carrots give you night vision? It’s time to put an end to most popular as well as most weird health myths! Let’s play. Try to guess whether it’s true or false… Eating turkey makes you sleepy Turkey contains an amino acid tryptophan, a component of … Continue reading Health myths: true or false?