Fitness trackers: Good at Measuring Heart Rate, But Not At Measuring Calories

Fitness trackers accurately record Heart Rate, but are wrong at body’s calories, according to a new study [1]. So if you use them as a tracker for what to eat, it will probably be misleading. Continue reading “Fitness trackers: Good at Measuring Heart Rate, But Not At Measuring Calories”

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Why Intermittent fasting isn’t as good as you may think

Fasting diets are increasing in popularity. There are two main types of fasting diets, one is the Intermittent fasting (IF), aka the LeanGains type and the Alternate-Day-Fasting (ADF). These two types of fast (or diet, you name it) are promising to be more effective for weight loss, build muscles and prevent some diseases. Sounds good but may not be for everyone. Continue reading “Why Intermittent fasting isn’t as good as you may think”

The coffee you are drinking may not be 100% coffee

We live in a society that consists of fake news [1], fake medical studies [2], doctors with fake degrees [3], doctors who work with companies to promote their medicines [4], fake ‘Made in China’ rice and eggs [5], and much more, which you may read about while drinking a cup of your favorite coffee. And even that coffee may be… fake too. Continue reading “The coffee you are drinking may not be 100% coffee”

Oreo cookie: Should You Eat It?

If you love biscuits, then you will definitely know Oreo, the most popular cookies in the world with more than 100 years of history [1]. Oreo is so addictive, that in one study found that Oreo is more addictive than cocaine and heroin [2], something that explains their sales [3]. Let’s see if it’s also healthy as it’s tasty. Continue reading “Oreo cookie: Should You Eat It?”