Kris Gunnars

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Kris Gunnars is a medical student, personal trainer and someone who has spent years reading books, blogs and research studies on health and nutrition. Kris believes that there is an immense amount of evidence that runs completely contradictory to what the governments and dietitians around the world are recommending. Since starting medical school and becoming a personal trainer, he's learned that the textbooks on nutrition that our future doctors and health authorities read are based on that same faulty or nonexistent evidence. Kris' goal is change that! For more from Kris- Subscribe to Free Updates from his website or click the links above to follow him on Facebook or Twitter.

Why Sitting Too Much Is Seriously Bad for Your Health

INTRODUCTION Modern society has been engineered for sitting. As a result, humans spend more time off their feet than ever before. However, recent studies show that all...

11 Foods and Beverages to Avoid During Pregnancy

INTRODUCTION Pregnancy is one of the most vital and delicate times in a woman’s life. Therefore, it is more important than ever to eat a healthy...

11 Foods to Avoid When Trying to Lose Weight

INTRODUCTION The foods you eat can have a major effect on your weight. Some foods, like full-fat yogurt, coconut oil and eggs, help with weight loss (1,...

Weight Loss, Breakfast & Protein: What You Need To Know

INTRODUCTION Protein is a key nutrient for weight loss. In fact, adding more protein to your diet is the easiest and most effective way to lose...

30 Easy Ways to Lose Weight Naturally (Backed by Science)

INTRODUCTION There is a lot of bad weight loss information on the internet. Much of what is recommended is questionable at best, and not based on...

Detox Diets 101: Do These “Cleanses” Really Work?

INTRODUCTION Detoxification (detox) diets are more popular than ever. These diets claim to clean the blood and eliminate harmful toxins from the body. However, it is not...

4 Effects of Eating a Low Fat Diet

INTRODUCTION For decades, dietary guidelines have instructed us to eat a “low-fat” diet. The way this diet is defined, is that fat is supposed to be...

Salt: Just HOW Much is Too Much?

INTRODUCTION Health organizations have been warning us about the dangers of salt for a long time. That’s because high salt intake has been claimed to cause...

Matcha – Even More Powerful Than Regular Green Tea?

INTRODUCTION Green tea is one of the most popular drinks in the world. It has all sorts of health benefits, such as weight loss and improved...

How Coffee Affects Blood Sugar and Diabetes

INTRODUCTION Type 2 diabetes is a massive health problem worldwide. About 29 million people, or 9% of all US adults, had type 2 diabetes in the...