Bodybuilding is centered around building your body’s muscles through weightlifting and nutrition. Whether recreational or competitive, bodybuilding is often referred to as a lifestyle, as it involves both the time you spend in and outside the gym. In order to maximize your results from the gym, you must focus onRead More →

Coffee is one of the world’s most beloved beverages. In fact, people across the globe consume close to 19 billion pounds (8.6 billion kg) annually (1). If you’re a coffee drinker, you’re probably well acquainted with the “coffee buzz” that arrives not long after those first few sips. Even theRead More →

Drinking a daily glass of wine for health reasons may not be so healthy after all, suggests a new study from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. Analyzing data from more than 400,000 people ages 18 to 85, the researchers found that consuming one to two drinks fourRead More →

The promise of a weight loss solution that actually works intrigues us daily. And with the rise of social media, it’s easy to be digitally surrounded by photos of enticing dishes, extreme before-and-afters shots, and motivational mantras. Scrolling online, you’ll find thousands of diet-related posts daily under hashtags for ketoRead More →

Because she has one of the best-known faces in the world, you might think Taylor Swift would be all about the trendy diets and obscure eating habits that seem to consume the rest of Hollywood. But that’s not the case. The 28-year-old, who consistently packs stadiums around the world, takes aRead More →

Here are my top ten favorite tips for healthy eating all year long, with lots of amazing links to more helpful information from Reboot.  This is by no means a complete list of guidelines but a few key things to get you started or keep you moving forward on theRead More →

Keeping yourself up to scratch on the latest nutrition news is nearly impossible if you’re not a health professional – and you might find yourself stressing over what to prioritize as you try to maintain a balanced diet. While this is by no means a master list, Cooking Light’s 30th anniversary issue has takenRead More →

Two recent studies have found that eggs do not raise the risk of heart disease, and in fact may even protect against it. The first study, published online May 7, 2018, by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, looked at how egg consumption affected 128 people with prediabetes or type 2Read More →