Planning a barbecue this Fourth of July? Barbecuing and grilling foods brings out their flavor but it isn’t the best way to prepare food from a health standpoint. Fortunately, there are ways to enjoy a Fourth of July barbecue and grilled foods while limiting the health risks. Here’s how.
Does your abdominal workout consist of endless crunches and crunch variations? For most people, that’s not enough to get abdominal definition. This article discusses the importance of taking a balanced approach to abdominal training and what this involves.
Artificial sweeteners have been around for a while and they’re still mired in controversy. This article discusses artificial sweeteners and whether they’re a safe alternative to sugar. It also discusses natural sweeteners like Stevia and why cutting back on all sweeteners may be the best option.
Gluten-free, non-GMO, natural, organic – what do all of these labels mean when you see them on a package? This article looks more closely at food labeling and what it means when you see certain terms on a label at the grocery store.
Enjoy the healthy benefits of warm Asparagus salad
More people are discovering the fitness benefits of high-intensity interval training. Now, new research shows how vigorous exercise may exert its fitness benefits and it all comes down to a single protein. Find out more about this finding and how high-intensity exercise can help you achieve your fitness goals.
Should you count calories or focus more on the quality of what you’re eating when trying to lose weight? This article discusses the importance of diet quality and why not all calories are created equal when it comes to staying lean and healthy.
What is nutrient periodization and how can it help you achieve your fitness goals? This article discusses the concept of nutrient periodization and the benefits of adjusting macronutrient intake based on your training.
Can’t seem to get full? If you feel hungry soon after eating, it’s time to take a closer look at the composition of your diet. This article discusses six types of food that help you feel full faster so you’re less likely to overeat.