There are lots of great fall foods that not only taste great, but offer up some amazing health and surprising fat loss benefits too! And what’s even better, they can fit into your regular diet plan! Try adding these six foods to your fall menu.
Your body needs proper fuel in order to operate— plain and simple. Combined with resistance training, it takes both carbohydrates and protein to build muscle and thereby naturally raise your metabolism.
You may have heard that our intake of sugar these days is currently causing all kinds of health problems. You may also be very aware that added sugar is in everything, especially processed food! You may even think you are hyper aware of the issue by reading the nutrition labels on the back of food boxes. But is it enough?
We came across a new study published in September edition of The Lancet that may just shift how we eat altogether. A high-fat diet can increase your life span, but a high-carb diet will shorten it? Yes, according to researchers.
What is this anabolic window exactly? And, what does the research say actually say about it? Keep reading to find out more.
As you know, exercise, proper sleep, meditating and living a relatively stress-free life will help us to age better. Of course, nutrition also has important health and anti-aging benefits. A well-balanced nutrition plan can make your hair shine, skin glow and overall help your body function better by preventing inflammation. Here are some anti-aging foods to include in your diet:
The key is keeping our metabolism maintained for the long run, and in a state where we can maintain a healthy, lean body. How can you do this? By paying attention to how much you eat, and what you eat. Use the following four tips to help construct a proper nutrition plan to maintain your metabolism.
Going on a diet or into contest prep seems to bring out the worst cravings in me… and I know that I am not alone. Even the most disciplined of us get cravings from time to time (or all the time), but falling off the wagon is simply not an option.
Roots like carrots, sweet potatoes, and turnips, are a rich source of nutritious complex carbohydrates. Instead of upsetting blood sugar levels like refined sweet foods do, they help regulate them.
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