A New Scientific Study Says Eating Late Increases Risk of Obesity

You may have stood in front of an open refrigerator late at night and thought, “This isn’t a good idea.” And a recent scientific study from Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston agrees—eating late isn’t good for you. In fact, the study in Cell Metabolism concludes that it can increase a person’s risk for obesity. … Read more

Best Sleep Habits to Optimize Performance, Wellness, and Longevity

Sleep is a critical component of life and survival for all living animals, especially humans. While we still don’t have an exact understanding, we know our bodies require significant periods of it on a regular basis to consolidate memories and learning, restore and rejuvenate energy systems, grow muscle and repair tissue, synthesize and balance hormones, … Read more