Why You Need to Eat Fat to Burn Fat


Overview For a long time, we thought avocados were good for nothing but ready-made guac and a decent California burger every now and then. But these little nutritional hand grenades were having an… Continue reading

Sunday Brunch and Coffee Club Bedfordview-2016 Oct 30


Another glorious day in Johannesburg – Van Buuren was at its best affording welcoming shade to the many runners, walkers and cyclists enjoying the pleasant outdoors. Following our 6K walk/ run it was… Continue reading

Medical Tests every Man needs to take to be Healthy for Life


No one looks forward to going to the doctor’s office, especially when most guys have the mentality of “Why go to the doctor’s if I don’t feel sick?” But the truth is, it’s… Continue reading

The 10 Most Common CrossFit Mistakes


Seven years ago, not many people had heard of CrossFit, let alone participated in any sort of CrossFit Workout of the Day (a.k.a. WOD). Today, CrossFit has become one of the fastest-growing sports.… Continue reading

Is it really true that Chocolate may be Good for You?


A component in cocoa seems to help control blood sugar and inflammation, but there’s a caveat By Randy Dotinga, HealthDay Reporter THURSDAY, Oct. 20, 2016 (HealthDay News) — A new analysis of existing studies… Continue reading

Survey: Doctor-Patient Disconnect on Cancer Prevention


A survey finds that 71% of primary care health professionals say they start conversations with patients about cancer prevention, but only 27% of patients say they’ve had such a talk with them. Oct.… Continue reading

Seemingly Ageless Ed Whitlock, 85, Runs World-Record Mile Time


Wearing 15-year-old running shoes, Ed Whitlock raced through wind and rain on Sunday at the Toronto Marathon to break the men’s 85–89 age group world record by more than 30 minutes. His 3:56:33… Continue reading

The Kettlebell Swing


The kettlebell swing is one of the world’s greatest exercises—if you do it right. The low-impact move torches fat, strengthens the entire rear of your body and your core, and improves your cardiovascular… Continue reading

9 Muscle-Building Proteins That Won’t Bust Your Budget


Everyone knows that if you want to build muscle, you need to eat protein. But it’s not always a “more is better” situation. Consume too much protein and you’ll start storing excess calories… Continue reading

The 6 Rules of Gaining Muscle Mass


Want to learn how to add size to your body? Follow these 6 rules on building muscle mass and you’ll be growing in no time. The 6 Rules of Gaining Muscle Mass by… Continue reading

Vitamin D – The Basics


Can one vitamin build stronger bones, help you lose weight, and protect against diabetes, depression, and more? Hopes are high. Get the facts.

The Truth About Coffee


Sure the smell of bacon in the morning is great but nothing beats coffee. Let’s get down to the facts: Is coffee good or bad for you? Get the answer to this and… Continue reading

Kensington – A Walk Through Living History – October 16, 2016


Another glorious day in Johannesburg: neither cold nor too hot – ideal for walking. Nice people to walk with and great sites. Thanks to Paul Vermeulen and the Kensington Club for allowing us… Continue reading

21 Anti-Aging Foods


by SUSY SEDANO Last Updated: Oct 13, 2016 Everyone is looking for that magical fountain of youth. But until we find it, exercise and a healthy diet are the best (non-surgical) ways to… Continue reading

The best Beer for your Liver is also the Tastiest


by HILLARY EATON Last Updated: Oct 11, 2016 It turns out that the latest trend of hoppy beers and IPAs are not only delicious, but also good for your health. According to a… Continue reading