Protein is the most satiating of all the macronutrients and one you need more of if you do high-intensity exercise or resistance training. Research also shows high-protein diets helps with weight loss. Now a new study shows an unexpected benefit of consuming more protein when dieting. Find out what it is.
Learn how to eat better and cleaner to improve your health, build muscle and lose that unwanted fat.
Food packaging – can it influence your buying decisions? Just as importantly, can it influence how much you eat? Find out what a new study shows about the impact photos on food packages can have on your eating habits.
Summer brings warm temperatures and the chance to visit a Farmer’s market. While there, indulge in the rich array of summer fruits that are available. Read on and find out what health benefits they offer.
If you’re trying to eat more plant-based sources of protein, you probably wonder about soy and whether it’s a healthy alternative. There’s more than one type of soy and not all are equally healthy. Find out which are beneficial and which you might want to avoid.
Heart disease, the number one cause of mortality in Western countries, is a disease that’s influenced by lifestyle, especially diet. Research suggests adding more plant-based foods can lower your risk for this common health problem – but how? Read on and discover 6 ways plant foods nay lower your risk of heart disease.
Processed foods are a staple on store shelves. Unless you stick to the perimeter of the grocery store, you’re probably going to be tempted by a packaged item or two. Just how much DOES processed food make up the American diet? Find out what a new study shows.
You already know you lose muscle mass and strength as you age and that you need protein to build the muscle tissue you need to stay strong – but how much? Research suggests that after the age of 60 you might need more than you did when you were young. Here’s why.
Next time you have a salad, add some egg to the mix. As a new study shows, doing so may help you absorb more nutrients from the colorful veggies in your salad bowl. Here’s why.
You’ve probably heard that broccoli is an anti-cancer vegetable. That’s true – but the benefits you get from broccoli has a lot to do with how you prepare it. Are you tapping into the full anti-cancer power of broccoli? Find out.
Fiber- you often hear that most people don’t get enough of it but what about people who eat copious amounts of fiber? Are there health risks to eating too much fiber? Find out what research