Tagged: nutrition tips
Let’s Talk About Alcohol: Why You Should Imbibe In Moderation
Coming home after a long, stressful day of work and pouring a drink is a very typical habit in our society. It helps us relax and makes us feel good. There is nothing wrong with this, but when one drink becomes 4 or 5, we may be impacted more than we think—especially in terms of […]Continue Reading
What Diet Will Work For You?
Imagine someone in your life. Now imagine that you’re going to wear their clothes for a day. Chances are, that day isn’t going to be comfortable. Whether it be a significant other, elder, child, or friend, their clothes likely won’t fit you very well, if at all. Just as with clothing, the same diet isn’t […]Continue Reading
What’s the Deal With Plant-Based Meats?
Despite the long history of plant-based meats and burgers, they are receiving a lot more attention recently. This is due to the increasing similarity they have to their meat-based competitors. The market for plant-based meat is not only targeting herbivores anymore. Traditionally called veggie burgers, the term “plant-based meats” may be emerging from the shocking […]Continue Reading
Never Miss Twice When Your Diet Gets Off Track
Which diet is the best? The is simple – whichever eating pattern you will stick with. The most important thing is to choose an eating style that complements your lifestyle, doesn’t require too much mental strain, and is sustainable long-term. Just as no one is perfect, we will inevitably face setbacks and get derailed from […]Continue Reading
Try These Foods to Improve Your Mood
Feeling down this winter? This condition, known as seasonal affective disorder, is common due to the lack of sunlight. There are a number of things you can do to counteract these negative feelings, such as diet and exercise. Try these foods to improve your mood!Continue Reading
Can You Really Boost Your Metabolism?
Metabolism is the internal process by which your body expends energy and burns calories. It runs 24/7 to keep your body moving, even when you’re resting or sleeping. Your body is continually converting the food you consume into the energy it needs to perform various functions such as breathing, digestion, circulation of blood, and activities […]Continue Reading
FODMAPs and GI Distress in Exercise
Do you experience GI distress during your workouts? FODMAPs may be the source. The FODMAP diet has been scientifically proven to reduce symptoms in patients suffering from IBS and has been shown in small studies to be effective in reducing GI symptoms in endurance athletes.Continue Reading