What’s your go-to after workout meal or snack? Hopefully, you DO eat after a workout. Read on and discover more about the role nutrition plays in muscle repair,recovery and growth and why you need both protein and carbohydrates for recovery.
Learn how to eat better and cleaner to improve your health, build muscle and lose that unwanted fat.
Are you a reformed sugar lover? New research shows sugar tastes sweeter to some people, which partially explains why some individuals have a hard time kicking the sugar habit. The same goes for some healthy foods like vegetables. Find out more.
It’s no secret that fast food isn’t good for you and you’ll enjoy better health if you eat mostly a whole food diet. Another surprising way fast food harms your health is by its effect on the gut bacteria that help keep your intestinal tract healthy. Find out more.
Things have been looking sweet for chocolate lately. Read on and discover what new research shows about the health benefits of chocolate and why you should be selective in choosing what brand of chocolate you buy.
No doubt about it – bone broth is a hot, new food trend. In fact, some people are sipping it as a replacement for coffee – but is it as healthy as it’s cracked up to be? Get the nutritional low-down on bone broth.
How much do doctors and other health care professionals know about fitness and nutrition? Maybe not as much as you think. Here are five common myths that too many health professionals still believe.
So many diets restrict calories and even major food groups – not a healthy way to lose weight. Can adding something beneficial back into your diet, like fiber, be just as effective? Find out what a new study shows.
Snacking throughout the day – should you or shouldn’t you? You often hear people say, including fitness and nutrition experts, that eating every few hours throughout the day favorably affects your metabolism and helps with weight control. Is there any truth to this idea? Read on and discover more about the metabolic effects of snacking and whether it can help with controlling your weight.
Fruits and vegetables offer fiber, vitamins, minerals, and phytochemicals in one delicious package. Unfortunately, they’re also sprayed with pesticides, unless you buy organic. If you don’t buy organic, can you remove pesticides by simply washing fruits and vegetables? Find out.
Ready for fall? Make this autumn the healthiest ever by adding more fall fruits and vegetables to the dinner table. Here are five options that are versatile and loaded with nutrition. Enjoy the many health benefits fruits and veggies offer.