Fitness magazines + publications (and TikTok "health gurus") can take you down a lot of unproductive bunny trails - the kind that don’t get you the results you’re actually looking for. I was sparked to cover this topic by a recent email subject line that indicated the "best time of day to exercise." Fortunately there was research behind the claim, but research that was conducted on less than 50 participants. Hmmm not ideal.
In this episode I’ll share with you the good (and not so good) side of fitness + nutrition research, along with giving you clear tactics to navigate all the content that swarms us daily. Did you know that the majority of health + nutrition research is conducted on men and rats?! Not women? Yeah. Tune in to learn why.
This is a *must listen to* episode if you are someone who loves consuming fitness + wellness content through magazines, social media, emails, and more!
Another episode to check out: Prioritizing Habit Change: Where to Begin Your Journey to Better Health
And if you're curious to check out the study I mentioned:
Link to BBC article
Link to research article
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