5 Things To Do For Instant Stress Relief

We’d all love to live stress-free lives. We’d love to wake up and have every day go just the way we’d like. All the people we encounter would be friendly, pleasant and kind. Every interaction would leave us feeling fulfilled and satisfied. We’d spend our days making a difference in the world and lay our… Continue reading 5 Things To Do For Instant Stress Relief

Obesity, Diabetes and Healthy Fat Cells

About 422 million people around the world, including more than 30 million Americans, suffer from diabetes. Approximately 90-95% of them have type 2 diabetes. These people cannot effectively use insulin, a hormone made by the pancreas that helps the body turn blood sugar (glucose) into energy. Insulin resistance, or the inability to use insulin, results… Continue reading Obesity, Diabetes and Healthy Fat Cells

Love is a Superpower – Laura Honzu

Today’s Happy Hour guest is Laura Honzu, Owner and Head Coach at Ubuntu Athletics in Hinckley, Ohio. Laura is entering her 4th year in her 2,000 SF training facility. Her clients include adults, youth athletes and teams, including one local high school boys ice hockey team which competes nationally year in and year out. Laura… Continue reading Love is a Superpower – Laura Honzu

Lose Sleep, Get Lonely, Be Anti-Social

Want to lose friends and alienate people? Apparently, sleeping poorly is the first step on the road to loneliness, social anxiety and more stress. In a study comparing well-rested folks against those who are sleep-deprived, researchers at the University of California at Berkeley found that without adequate sleep, areas of the brain that deal with… Continue reading Lose Sleep, Get Lonely, Be Anti-Social

Grip Strength and Healthy Kids

A number of studies have shown that grip strength is an indicator of overall muscle strength. Studies have also shown that those with weaker grip strengths can expect worse health and wellness outcomes than those with stronger grips. Poorer cardiovascular health, metabolic diseases, disability and even early death apparently all await the weak of grip,… Continue reading Grip Strength and Healthy Kids

Childhood Obesity: Grenada vs. USA

Grenada is a small island nation in the Caribbean. With a national GDP of just over $1.4 billion, which relies on tourism for most of it’s income. With 33% of the population unemployed and relatively low education standards, you’d expect that health and wellness wouldn’t be their strong suit. Then, you read a study like… Continue reading Childhood Obesity: Grenada vs. USA

Weight Loss and Type 2 Diabetes Remission

A clinical trial recently showed that nearly half of individuals with type 2 diabetes achieved remission to a non-diabetic state after a weight-loss intervention delivered within 6 years of diagnosis. Now a study published August 2nd in the journal Cell Metabolism reveals that this successful response to weight loss is associated with the early and… Continue reading Weight Loss and Type 2 Diabetes Remission