Fatty liver disease is the result of fat build up in the liver beyond normal ranges. Categorized into two groups- non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) and alcoholic fatty liver disease (AFLD), both can result in liver damage, scarring, and even liver failure. Recent studies have shown that obese patients with a sedentary lifestyle who started… Continue reading Regular Physical Activity Can Reduce The Risk Of Fatty Liver Disease
This week, we've gathered a variety of exercises that keep you moving, even if you don't have access to a gym or much (if any) fitness equipment. Remember, most equipment can be substituted with items around the house. For light weight, consider using canned food, or water bottles filled with sand (or water). You can… Continue reading 8 Exercises To Help Keep The Body Active
Our pets are often the first thing we see when we wake up. They are there at the door to excitedly greet us when we get home, and send us off to sleep with glorious hugs and kisses. In short, these wonderful companions are a unique and special part of our lives. They are always… Continue reading Can Pets Help Weight Loss?
Leg lifts are a great ab exercise on their own; this variation also works your chest and shoulders. -Start by laying on your back, with a dumbbell in each hand. You will be holding the dumbbell over you as you complete the motion, so start light, then work your way up as you build strength.… Continue reading Exercise Of The Week: Leg Lifts With Dumbbells
The standing row works your back and core. We've previously shared a variety using a chair or bench, but in this variation, you'll support your weight while slightly bending your knees. -Start by grasping two weights, palms facing your knees. -Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart, knees slightly bent. -Throughout this exercise, make sure to… Continue reading Exercise Of The Week: Standing Dumbbell Row