Looking for plant-based protein sources to use as meat substitutes? Look no further than these five non-animal sources of muscle-building protein. You’ll learn more about their health benefits and tips on how to prepare them.
If jogging fills you with a sense of dread, don’t fear; that’s not the only way to rev up your routine and help you burn calories faster. Instead, try a few other techniques that can help you get more out of your daily walk.
Are you taking a balanced approach to resistance training? If you enjoy working certain muscle groups there’s a tendency to focus on those and neglect others. That can lead to muscle imbalances and injury. Here are four muscle groups many people ignore and why you should give them more focus.
Sugar is bad for your teeth and for your waistline – but what about your heart? A new study shows diets high in sugar are linked with an increased risk for heart disease. Find out more about sugar consumption, heart health and why it’s important to reduce the amount of sugar in your diet.
Ready to visit your Farmer’s market? Spring it on its way and the veggie choices have never been better. Discover five spring vegetables to add to your diet as the weather becomes milder and learn more about their nutritional benefits
One type of workout most people don’t consider until they’re injured or have joint issues is low-impact workouts. Contrary to popular belief, you don’t have to jump to get an intense workout. Here are four myths about low-impact exercise dispelled.
You need a certain amount of fat in your diet but it’s important to choose your fats wisely. For years, vegetable oils have been promoted as a healthier alternative. This article discusses vegetable oils, how they’re processed and why they may not be as healthy as believed.
What’s better for post-exercise soreness or DOMS – massage or exercise? Find out what a study shows and whether you should keep exercising when your muscles are sore. You’ll also discover what exercises are best.
Do you munch on nuts? Nuts are loaded with antioxidants, fiber, healthy fats and protein. Even more compelling is the fact they may lower your risk for overall mortality and your chance of getting some chronic diseases. Find out what nuts deserve their status as a longevity food.
Thinking about cutting back on dietary carbs to get leaner? Doing so could actually work against you, especially if you exercise. Find out why carb restricted diets and workouts, especially resistance-training workouts, don’t mix and why a selective carb diet works better.