14 Top Reasons Women Don’t Want To Have Sex (And 20 Things To Do About It!)

1. A High Level Of The Hormone Estrogen can Weaken or Completely Curb the desire for Sex! Estrogen levels fluctuate over the average woman’s lifetime, but often stay within a certain range. The maintenance of this level of relatively consistent estrogen is extremely important for...

Should I Wait to Eat After Exercise?

Question: Is it better to eat directly after high intensity interval training (HIIT), or wait for two hours? I read that eating after exercise reduces human growth hormone and can reduce the effect of my training. There is a lot of confusion around exercise and eating schedules....

How Often Should You Eat

Many RDs (registered dietitians) and other nutritional professionals recommend eating frequent, small meals over fewer, larger meals for weight loss. Is this really the best practice though? The short answer is that depending on your goals and what population you fit into (e.g.,...

Vitamin D and Your Health

Why a 25-Hydroxyvitamin D Test May Be the MOST Important Test Your Doctor Can Give You Vitamin D is an extremely important nutrient for our bones, and is coming to be understood as vital in other areas of our body as well. Traditionally, vitamin D was not a nutrient anyone would...

The 6 Things That Increase The Odds Of Female Hair Loss

This is a quick summary of a VERY IMPORTANT Q&A session with Dr. Sara Gottfried, who is at the cutting edge of preventive health for women. She is a graduate of Harvard Medical School and MIT- and is both deep into the research as well as deep into her own practice. This is a...

The 7 Things That Cause Weight Loss Resistance

Many of you are looking for more motivation. At PEERtrainer we believe that there is nothing more motivating than finding the strategies that will help you break through the levels of frustration that often result from traditional approaches to losing weight and getting fit. One...

How Often Should You Eat? (Why What You Think Is Probably Wrong)

Many RDs (registered dietitians) and other nutritional professionals recommend eating frequent, small meals over fewer, larger meals for weight loss. Is this really the best practice though? The short answer is that depending on your goals and what population you fit into (e.g.,...