Jeff Taraday

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Brendan Brazier's book is packed with 150 nutrient-dense, vegan recipes to fuel your workouts.
The debate over diet seems to always boil down to vegan versus paleo, and that’s a shame. Today I’d like to introduce a variation within the (mostly) plant-based world to you - the nutritarian diet.
Although it’s definitely not the same, this simple, delicious, and totally healthy artichoke dip is more than satisfying without any of the gut-busting ingredients of the old standard.
Paleo cautions against eating beans, but to me, the concept of omitting beans from your diet, with the exception of those with digestive problems or diseases, doesn’t make much sense.
I happen to love kale, but it can be bitter and tough. If you can’t stand kale, there’s no reason to despair. There are tons of other leafy greens out there that you may find you like.
Oh, no! Your alarm didn’t go off! What do you do for breakfast? If you’d prepared some overnight oats the evening before, you’d be good to go.
What strategies can we use to avoid loading up on sugar more than we usually do over the holidays? I’ve got a few solutions that have worked for me, and I’d like to share them with you.
If I were to tell you that you could include things in your diet to markedly augment your performance and the only side effect would be to smell a little like maple syrup, would you do it?
Holiday stress can lead to overeating and bad food choices. How are we to navigate this time of the year and keep a healthy, plant-based diet? I’ve got five tips to increase your chance of survival.
The good news is it’s pretty easy to reduce your salt intake, and most people will get enough sodium simply from natural foods. Here are ten tips to employ if you need to lower your salt consumption.
Men have a 1-in-6 chance of being diagnosed with prostate cancer. Research shows there are two foods that potentially have a negative impact on this cancer progression and growth. Are you eating them?
When it comes to recovery, oxidative stress and inflammation are important things to fight. And it turns out the most powerful tools to do that can be found in the produce aisle of the grocery store.