What Should You Eat? It’s Back to Nutrition 101
Everyday there is a new headline about “why” you should be only eating organic foods, avoiding gluten, skipping all sugars, avoiding red meat, dangers of too much arsenic (from brown rice), mercury toxicity from fish, why you should go vegan or vegetarian, etc. This all leads to massive confusion among consumers. Therefore, this article examines the often overlooked basics of nutrition, from how much protein you need, to what constitutes too much sugar and more.
There has been talk of smoothies being better than juicing. As it turns out when you juice your fruits and vegetables you get rid of the fiber and all the nutrients that are bound in the fiber. The lack of the fiber and its related nutrients can lead to higher risk of Diabetes and Cholesterol problems.
The best food to eat after a workout may depend on what list you decide to use for that information. It is thought that during a workout muscle protein declines and muscles begin to break down. The best food to eat after a workout should be high in both protein and complex carbohydrates.8 Signs That Suggest You Need to Drink More Water
If you are frequently experiencing symptoms of dehydration, you need to drink more water on daily basis. Find out the real amount of water you should be drinking every day, and start on a path toward better health!Is It Better To Drink or Chew Your Calories?
When possible, it’s always best to chew your calories, but for many of us this is just not possible. Drinking your calories is a viable alternative, that is, if you drink your calories from healthy food sources and supplements.How Caffeine Can Improve Your Workout Without Wearing You Out
We all know the routine because nearly all of us are a part of it. Wake up, stagger out to the kitchen, and COFFEE. It’s pretty much the first thing on most of our minds when we start our day; then again mid-morning, then again mid-afternoon, and maybe one more on the way home from work to perk up for our busy personal lives. The one connecting reason that we all strive for our hot, roasted beverages during the day is summed up in a single word — caffeine.Bodybuilding Recipes – Easy to Make High Protein Dessert
When creating a bodybuilding diet, one of the most difficult issues is creating new and interesting meals to minimize the mundane and boring. One meal that normally gets completely overlooked and is normally completely removed is the dessert. So many individuals creating a bodybuilding diet fully remove the dessert from their plan since desserts are normally considered high in sugars and low in protein. Below is a simple to make high protein dessert that can easily be incorporated into any bodybuilding diet.
Hydration is the most important part of a sports nutrition plan. Without proper carbohydrate intake, the body won’t have enough energy for performance. Without proper amount and timing of protein intake, the body won’t be able to recover and build muscle.10 Things To Ask a Nutritionist Before Taking Her/His Advice
With so many nutritionists available, it can be confusing to find one who can help you with your specific needs and goals. These 10 questions will help you screen that wide field.Do You Have Unresolved GI Symptoms?
If you have gas or bloating on a regular basis, you may have food sensitivities, most common being gluten and dairy, and/or a gut infection, such as SIBO (small intestinal bacterial overgrowth). Learn about the symptoms and causes of SIBO and how to combat the problem.Natural Liver Cleansing Foods (Natural Liver Detox)
The liver, weighing in at about 3 pounds in healthy adults, is one of the body’s vital organs. It is responsible for many important functions related to digestion, metabolism, immunity and the storage of nutrients that the body needs to survive. Here are amazing natural liver cleansing foods.How Nutritional Counseling Can Help Improve Hormonal Imbalance
Nutrition plays a major role in the development of a hormonal imbalance. Learn how nutritional counseling can prompt proper body functioning and restore the balance of hormones.