Fact-checking the 15 most persistent nutrition myths

Nutrition is an important issue that affects us all. But do you sometimes feel that there is such a flood of information on the subject that you can hardly keep up? In this article, we debunk the 15 most persistent myths about diet.

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Boost your wellbeing with positive body language

Head up, shoulders back, and you feel better right away. Body language has been proven to impact on our sense of wellbeing. You’ll find out why in this article – as well as how smiling affects you physically and how to use this to your advantage.

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A little guide to help you say “no”

When you want to set priorities, you’re going to have to say “no” sometimes. And it’s not an easy task if you like to keep things harmonious, are someone who has a habit of agreeing with everything, or enjoy helping people.

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Exercises that target your trouble zones – do they really work?

Beer belly, saddlebags, lunch-lady arms – every person has so-called problem areas where fat seems to accumulate more quickly. The fitness industry advertises products and exercises that claim to specifically target and get rid of these fat deposits. But these promises unfortunately have little to do with the reality. It may be advisable to tailor your exercise program to focus on the desired areas, but the problematic flab will not be specifically reduced. You cannot choose which fat to target with your workout – it’s mostly genetic predisposition that determines where fat will be stored or burned first. But it’s still possible to strengthen and sculpt specific areas of your body. Keep reading to find out how – and what the different problem areas actually mean.

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Bewegung ist gut fürs Gehirn

This is how you influence your brain by movement

You think working out is only good for your physical health? That’s not entirely true, since movement can also positively influence your way of thinking. A study conducted by the Max-Planck-Institute confirmed that there is a connection between your muscles and your brain. Working out doesn’t just help you improve your physical fitness level but can additionally help you study and prevent diseases such as depression or dementia.

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Charlotte Kuhrt steht für Selbstliebe und Body Positivity.

Charlotte Kuhrt in an interview with FiTS about beauty, working out and doubting yourself

Regardless of whether the trend is “Thigh Gap” or “Bikini Bridge” – society is constantly conveying an extremely skinny and well-toned ideal image of beauty. This image, as it is constantly suggested by advertisements, is not only unrealistic, but above all unhealthy. It is nice to see, that the number of counter movements to these unhealthy trends is constantly growing. A tremendous example for this is Charlotte Kuhn. The blogger advocates body positivity and self-love. Her Instagram account shows her looking healthy and gorgeous in a size 46. We met her to have a chat about beauty, working out and doubting yourself.

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How to put your good intentions into longterm fitness routines

Does that sound familiar: after work you constantly feel tired and don´t want to workout. Here are some tipps on how to motivate yourself.

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