Today I’d like to revisit an issue which is becoming a bit of a holiday tradition here at Obesity Panacea. How much weight do people gain over the holidays? If you ask many people,
Time to combine physical activity, sedentary behaviour and sleep guidelines into one holistic guideline?
Sitting is bad for you. Exercise is good for you. Sleep is too. At present, we have 3 separate guidelines targeting these 3 separate behaviours. However, when combined these behaviours make up the full 24
Before I begin, I should admit that the title of this post probably oversells the depth and breadth of the content that follows. In fact, this post is going to focus exclusively on the one
Today’s post comes from friend and colleague Dr Stephanie Prince, discussing her important new paper published in Obesity Reviews (available free here). More on Stephanie can be found at the bottom of this post. And
New research published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics suggests that much of our excessive salt intake can be blamed on the consumption of sandwiches. Specifically, assessment of one day of
Today’s post comes from Jonathan Kurka and Matthew Buman, discussing a recent paper that they published in the American Journal of Epidemiology. Below is a video of Dr Buman explaining the main findings of his