This chicken and pasta salad has a very surprising tangy southwestern flavor. *Gluten Free option
Can a period of active recovery between weight sets boost your strength-training performance? Some research suggests that it can. Find out what active recovery is, how to use it in your strength-training workout and what the benefits might be.
Getting stronger and getting toned muscles is not just about developing strong muscles by lifting heavier weights, but also increasing neural pathways from your brain to your muscles. In fact, until you thoroughly develop neural pathways to a muscle it is very difficult to increase the size of that muscle or to even get the […]
Is snacking a growing trend? According to a new study, it is. Find out more about America’s snack habits and how it’s affecting calorie consumption – and the waistlines of Americans. You’ll also discover tips for healthier snacking.
When buying vegetables to put on your dinner plate, there are conventionally-grown and organic ones – but that’s not the only option. Hydroponically-grown vegetables are also starting to appear in more supermarkets. Find out more about hydroponic vegetables and whether they’re a good alternative to buying organic.
Gluten-free diets have been popular even for people who don’t have celiac disease. People who are gluten-sensitive need to follow a gluten-free diet, but it’s not necessarily for everyone. Here are some things to consider before starting a gluten-free diet.
Is cheese on your list of foods to avoid because of its calories and high fat content – but what about the health benefits? Discover four ways cheese can be part of a healthy diet when you eat it in moderation.
You probably know that your health might benefit from vitamin K supplements or a diet that is rich in vitamin K, but the reasons why this vitamin is so important to your bodily functions are not often well publicized. First of all, it is important to note that vitamin K is not one single substance; […]
You know the deal; when it comes to nutrition, many believe salt is basically the root of all evil. It bloats you, is bad for your heart, and makes it harder to lose weight. The CDC recommends no more than 2,300 milligrams a day, and most health conscious people make it a point to avoid […]
Nutrition labels are on most products at the supermarket these days. Have you ever wondered how many people read or care about them? As it turns out, consumers feel confused about nutrition and nutrition labels. Find out more about what this study shows.