Men Sweat, Women Glow

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A new study at Osaka University in Japan has found that women are not as efficient at sweating as men. The scientists found that untrained females had the lowest sweat response to exercise when compared with both trained and untrained males. While it is known…

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Not So Happy Meal

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Artist Sally Davies bought a McDonald’s Happy Meal and photographed it every day for 137 days. Check out the worrying results here. http://www.refinery29.com/happy-meal-ar … 1/image/9/ Fantastic food if you’re stuck in a bunker or something. 🙂

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Study Finds Toning Shoes Don’t Work

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A recent study by the American Council on Exercise (ACE) has concluded that toning shoes provide no additional benefit when compared with traditional trainers. The independent study, one of the first of its kind, analysed muscle activity and exercise response in 24 physically active females…

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Elimination Diet Results

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Here are the final results for our elimination diet experiment. Average weight loss 6 kgs. Average body fat reduction 7%. Average time to first alcoholic drink following diet completion, 2 mins. A big thank you to all our volunteers.

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The Elimination Diet, Day 14

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We are currently conducting an experiment as to the effectiveness of the elimination diet. The diet has essentially one rule and that is to eat food in its purest form. If food has been processed in any way then it’s off the list. Our volunteers…

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A Day In The Dissection Lab

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Yesterday we spent the day examining human cadavers with physiotherapist Jane Johnson of the The London Massage Company. The target of our work is mostly hidden behind the screen of the skin so it was an educational experience to see the inner workings of the…

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