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In the News Top Health and Fitness Discoveries in 2022

Written by Lisa Jillanza

Over the past twelve months, there have been many top health and fitness discoveries made in thousands of labs across the country.  Here we will look at some of the top discoveries that will lead us to a happier and healthier 2023.


  • Chrono nutrition. “There has always been a two-sided debate over whether the time of day makes a difference in maintaining a healthy body weight. Classic scientific discourse has been the calories in vs calories out as the main factor, rather than timing, and often things like eating less in the evening or eating a large breakfast were dismissed as myths. However, a new study was published to show both are correct. While energy intake vs energy expenditure is crucial in weight management, when eating smaller or larger meals affects your appetite and blood sugar regulation, it is more about regulating how hungry you are throughout the day. You are less likely to overeat later in the day if you eat a larger (balanced) breakfast in the morning.”
  • Social media dietary advice.” A survey showed that 47% of people take health and nutrition advice from social media. However, worryingly especially on TikTok aimed at younger users, much of this information was incorrect and misleading, promoted by unqualified individuals and the platforms' algorithms promoting a toxic diet culture, contributing to disordered eating and body dissatisfaction.”
  • Sweeteners are terrible for your health. “Once promoted as a healthy alternative for those with a sweet tooth, artificial sweeteners have garnered significant controversy as synthetic food sources. Previous studies have shown that they can promote appetite and sugar cravings and contribute to higher body weight. However, this year saw a large-scale study, of more than 100,000 participants that linked their artificial sweetener intake (notable additives like aspartame, acesulfame potassium, and sucralose) to an increased risk of cardiovascular disease.”