Anti-Aging, Retinoids, Retinol

Along with sunscreen, retinoids like retinol are the skin-care ingredients that have the best actual evidence for antiaging benefits. All retinoids are forms of vitamin A that occur naturally. But when you eat foods that contain vitamin A (like milk, eggs, carrots, and broccoli), your body needs to convert those preforms and provitamins of vitamin A into an active form that you can actually use. Retinol is the first step on that pathway. And, as John G. Zampella, M.D., assistant professor in the Ronald O. Perelman department of dermatology at NYU Langone Health ,says topical retinoids (including retinol) causes your skin to speed up its' normal cell-turnover process, meaning that it will she

Key to Strength May Not Be Muscles

Science is beginning to mount significant evidence to demonstrate what weightlifters have known for ages: strength is about more than muscles. A recently published study suggests that neural adaptations, not increases in muscular size, are the greatest factor in how the human body gains strength. If you aren’t integrating resistance training into your exercise regimen, then you are missing out on countless benefits to your physical and even mental health. Recent research has demonstrated that you don’t necessarily have to load bar-bending amounts of weight to increase lean muscle mass and improve your body composition, more volume with lighter weight can be just as effective. But strength ga

Short HIIT Good for Cardio

A recent study shows that three rounds of 20-second, high-intensity activity interspersed with two minutes of low-intensity activity three times a week may provide the same cardiovascular and insulin-sensitivity benefits as traditional moderate-intensity endurance training. This means that for just three minutes of high-intensity activity a week, you can improve your cardiorespiratory fitness and insulin sensitivity. Cardiorespiratory fitness is an important element of optimal health and can decrease the risk of many chronic diseases. Improved insulin sensitivity means that the body is more efficient at using insulin to metabolize glucose. Individuals who are overweight or who struggle with

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