created in 2009
This subreddit is for anyone following or interested in learning more about an ancestral-style diet, such as paleo, primal, or whatever other names they're falling under these days.
Other topics of interest are health, fitness and lifestyle issues as seen from an evolutionary perspective.
The Ketogenic Diet is a low carb, high fat method of eating. And /r/keto is place to share thoughts, ideas, benefits, and experiences around eating within a Ketogenic Diet.
Helping people with diabetes, epilepsy autoimmune disorders, acid reflux, inflammation, hormonal imbalances, and a number of other issues, every day.
For women and gender non-binary redditors who are fit, want to be fit, like reading about fitness to put off getting fit, or wish they could fit into their old clothes. Feel free to discuss your own personal experience related to fitness, exercise, dieting, body image, and health, or post quality links related to these topics. While weight loss topics are totally fine, keep in mind that that's not always the end goal of fitness and post accordingly.
The Whole30 is a 30-day elimination diet, as described in the book It Starts With Food and on the website Whole9Life.com. This subreddit brings together redditors that are taking on the Whole30 challenge, those that have completed one, and those that are considering it.
A subreddit for general weight training discussion, focused on intermediate level and above in experience and strength, for those ranging from strength sport competitors, sports that benefit from weight training, or weight training enthusiasts.
The supplements subreddit aims to discuss and share topics related to nutritional supplementation. This includes new research, potential supplement choices (ie. what should I take? What can replace xxx?), and general discussions on different categories of supplementation.
This subreddit is mostly powered by research from Examine.com, and some reading of the supplement on hand (either at this site or other sources) before posting is encouraged to facilitate discussion.
The great comedian, Ed Wynn said, "Without your health, riches, possessions and fame are all mud."
With the high costs of health care, how can we afford not to keep ourselves well? Most fast for health, self-discipline and preparation and not for religious reasons. Perhaps no subject is less understood by the public and the "healing" professions than this oldest of means of caring for the sick body.
Bodyweightfitness is for redditors who like to use their own body to train, from the simple pullups, pushups, and squats to the advanced bodyweight movements like the planche, one arm chin-ups, or single leg squats.
Start your fitness journey with our Recommended Routine and wiki.
This reddit is a place to learn, teach, and share information on the myriad ways we all work to improve our health and fitness, and achieve our training goals. Primarily aimed at non-beginners, though all are welcome.
Intermittent Fasting(IF) is way of eating that restricts when you eat, usually on a daily or weekly schedule. People engage in IF to reap the many benefits to health, fitness, mental clarity, or because it feels good. This is a place to share success, support each other, ask questions, and learn.