Turmeric has been a part of the Indian healing tradition Ayurveda for thousands of years. Only recently though, studies have started to uncover what people from the East knew all along – that turmeric can
Why Green Tea As A Fat Burner? Looking through the “Supplement Facts” panels on fat burning supplements is often enough to send you into a headspin. A dizzying array of different ingredients. Or the same ...
Sweet cheats If you read our recent article on what sugar can do to keep us healthy, you’ll know the answer is (spoiler alert) not a lot. Quite the opposite in fact. Honestly, the best thing we can do when it
Sweet revenge Fair to say there are plenty of diet diversions on the road to achieving your ideal physique and performance level. One of the most common and tempting being sugar. It’s everywhere these days and ...
Superfoods One of the hottest topics of debate in the fitness industry in recent years has been superfoods; supposedly the most nutritional, mineral-laden and effective natural foods known to man. In a society that
Unfounded assumptions The microwave is the ultimate invention for a quick meal, a wonderfully simple contraption which cooks your food within minutes, eliminating the boredom and insatiable hunger of waiting for an
From one perspective, there’s much to suggest that a regular cup of coffee can do us a lot of good. It’s probably the single biggest source of antioxidants in our diet. This means it could help prevent a ...
That Old Chestnut Shoot me down in flames on this one, but when you’re younger (and we at T-Resource can just about remember that,) cholesterol can sometimes seem a bit like your pension fund. The perception
Water. H20. It may not be the most thrilling beverage that has ever passed your lips, but it’s a safe bet that it will remain the most important. But exactly how much should we be drinking, and how often? A
Wake up and smell the coffee Coffee is one of those drinks that has seen a lot of myths grow up around it. It stunts your growth! Pregnant women should steer clear! It’s bad for the heart! It dehydrates you!