Society is getting fatter and sicker. The World Health Organization calls it the 21st Century Plague. We even have new terms for this global pandemic: “Globesity” and “Diabesity.”But there is hope! A scientific consensus is pointing to blood sugar management as key to managing weight, sustaining energy and living more vitally.Understanding how society got into this mess informs us how to get out of it. But to go forward, we first need to look backwards.Fundamentally, there’s a big disconnect between our “Stone Age” body design and our modern diet and sedentary lifestyle. Our ancestors didn’t hunt in stores or eat processed foods. Diabesity results from a mismatch between a digestive system and metabolism, adapted to a hunter-gatherer environment, being pushed beyond its limits.The source of the problem is the blood sugar “spike, crash and crave.” This metabolic process helped our prehistoric ancestors store

 Miss the gym? As gyms start to reopen around the country, you might find yourself excited to get back to the gym, but if you'd rather stick closer to home, here are our top 10 favourite online fitness classes. Some even offering free classes. Everything in there from HIIT to Yoga.As this new socially distanced world evolves and we really aren't sure how long it will be until we are back to normal, it's still important to keep moving. Find some motivation and inspiration in these great resources.  HIGH INTENSITY OrangeTheory Fitness Orangetheory is now uploading new at-home 30 minute workout routines daily. You won't need any special equipment. Instructors get a little creative and have you utilize objects you can find around the house like coffee jugs in lieu of weights. Barry's Barry's is rolling out complimentary, twice-daily IGTV Barry's at-home workouts. Choose from two

This salad is so delicious, you'll make it a regular a lunch, or even as a starter at dinner.Serves 4-6 INGREDIENTS1 cup dry brown lentils 1 bunch kale (roughly 6-8 cups shredded) . or spring mix if you prefer 2 tbsp olive oil ¼ -½ radicchio, grated 1 thinly sliced pear 2 tbsp shaved pecorino or parmesan cheese ½ cup walnuts 2 tbsp honey pinch cayenne ⅛ tsp kosher salt 1 tsp waterDressing2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil 2 tbsp nut oil (hazelnut or walnut) 3 tbsp sherry vinegar 2 tsp honey ½ tsp kosher salt pepper to tasteDIRECTIONSFor the Walnuts: Preheat oven to 350˚F. On a parchment lined cookie sheet drizzle the walnuts with the honey, cayenne, salt and water. Toss to combine and bake for 12 minutes.To Cook the Lentils: Bring a 3 cups of water to a