What do you sip after a workout? A study shows drinking a cup of coffee might offer some surprising benefits it could help your muscles recover more quickly.
Learn how to eat better and cleaner to improve your health, build muscle and lose that unwanted fat.
Plant water – you’ve probably seen it at your local supermarket. The most popular is coconut water but a growing array of plant waters are competing for the consumer’s attention. Are they healthy?
Carbohydrates are an easily accessible source of energy but some can also rapidly raise your blood sugar. Here’s the good news. What you eat before your carbs may create a more favorable blood sugar response. Here’s why
How you age is influenced by your lifestyle and what you eat. Are you making these dietary mistakes that accelerate the aging process?
Healthy, whole foods are the best way to get nutrients, but despite the availability of healthier fare, many people continue to take nutritional supplements. Is this a good idea? Here are some reasons why supplements aren’t a substitute for whole foods.
Where do you buy your produce? Although the grocery store might be the most convenient, there are some compelling reasons to buy locally and seasonally. Here 5 reasons to go local.
A growing number of people supplement with fish oil to get more omega-3s. However, krill oil is also growing in popularity. How is it different and is one better than the other?
Food additives – should you fear them or not? Some additives in packaged foods have come under scrutiny recently. Find out what they are and whether you should be concerned about food additives in general.
What do you do after a workout? Hopefully, you reach for a recovery snack that contains protein. Here are three, compelling reasons you need protein after a workout.
How many servings of fruits and vegetables should you eat a day? According to a new study, more is better, even more than the currently recommended five-a-day. Here’s why.