You can get healthy fats from lots of different sources, and use them in all kinds of different ways. Here are five healthy sources of fats and what you can do with them.
It’s almost May, and we only have a few more months until we strip down for summer! As you know, a good diet is paramount to helping us achieve our summer slimdown goals. However, what is a “good diet?” There are tons of different trendy “diets” out there for you to follow. Most will work IF you can stick with them long enough.
Understanding the root cause of your hunger and eating foods to help reduce appetite and hunger can help you stay on track!
If you aren’t paying close attention, you could be consuming hundreds, if not thousands, of high sugar, low nutrition foods that keep you hungry and unsatisfied. While there are a number of such foods, here are five for you to examine more closely!
Getting back on track with your diet can be easier than you think. Making slight adjustments can add up to big results. Read up for 11 tweaks to make your diet more effective—take them on a few at a time and establish healthy habits that stick around.
Does it seem like no matter how hard you try, you still are not shedding the pounds to reveal that trim, lean muscular body underneath? Well, perhaps you are unknowingly making mistakes that are hindering your ability to get the body you have always wanted? Correct these four common diet mistakes, and you’ll start seeing better results in no time.
When it comes to eating healthy for breakfast, most of us think we are limited to eating processed things like bread or toast, or that we need to stick to oatmeal as our only source of carbs. However, there are other options that are not only healthy, but also fitness diet compliant and guaranteed to give your breakfast a kick.
If you choose the right foods, you can provide your body with long-term energy that can help you power through workouts and replenish energy post-workout. Try these five natural energizing power foods in your diet plan!
Just like whey protein powder, vegan protein powders can be mixed and blended to create your very own vegan smoothie recipes. Here are a few of my favorite smoothie recipes that take the dairy out. Try these 4 Vegan Protein Smoothies that will help support recovery and health!
Whether you are lactose intolerant, sensitive to dairy or have ditched dairy all together, don’t give up on using protein powders. Not only are protein powders a convenient source of the muscle-building macronutrient, there are plenty of new vegan options out there—most of which are made up of superfood ingredients that are full of protein and rich in phytonutrients. Consider using one of these vegan proteins in your next smoothie instead of traditional dairy or even soy powders.