Healthy Eating

Does it matter what temperature your water is during a workout? Is there an advantage to drinking cold versus room temperature water? Science takes a look and the answer is not so simple.
Who knows better how to read supplement labels than the CEO of a supplement company? Sean gives the run-down on all the sneaky wording to look for and learn from.
You've probably heard of various health and nutrition challenges out there, but have you ever done one? Let me tell you the seven reasons why doing a challenge has benefited me.
Everybody is talking about the glycemic index these days, but is it actually a useful tool? Or it is misguided and misleading. Find out how the glycemic index is lying to you about your food.
Derek Tresize is a competitive bodybuilder and a vegan. So how do you build muscle if you don't eat animal protein? Derek explains how and shares a sample meal plan to get you started.
Don't sabotage your gains with poor nutrition.
These little seeds are healthier than coffee and provide sustained energy. The Tarahumara use it to power their running for hundreds of miles! Here are some recipes so you can utilize this superfood.
What do you REALLY need to know about food in regards to fat loss? Let's break down what a calorie is, if it makes a difference where it comes from, and the ideal macronutrient combination.
Get out of the "nut-rut" by reading this guide to nuts and seeds. Do you know which seeds are good for which reasons? Or maybe you're just bored of the ones you're eating? Read (and snack) on!
Low carb ketogenic diets might be all the rage, but are they good for athletes? Scientists compare a standard Western diet with a ketogenic diets and the effects on a set of competitive athletes.
Recently I tried to eat 8lbs of food in one sitting. While I didn't succeed (I placed 2nd in the competition) I did learn three useful things about food perception that you can use to lose weight.
When one man in Los Angeles noticed fallen fruit going wasted he decided to make a difference. He founded Food Forward, which harvests fruit trees around the city and donates to the hungry.
The first rule of intermittent fasting is: you do not talk about intermittent fasting. If you want to have a social life AND practice intermittent fasting, these are the rules you need to follow.
A recent study in Spain found that adolescents’ blood levels of various micronutrients are correlated with how well they performed in physical fitness tests.
No joke. Researchers followed rugby players, of all people, and took a look at the effect of post-workout alcohol consumption on their strength, power, and recovery abilities.
Kombucha, sauerkraut, kimchi - what do these have in common? They are fermented foods and provide health benefits for your body. Read on to find out why fermented foods are good for you.
New research shows the benefit of supplementing your strength training with both creatine and conjugated linoleic acid (CLA).