Healthy Eating

Eating healthy can sometimes be daunting because of the idea that healthy food is expensive food - but it doesn't have to be. Here are 7 rules for eating healthy and saving money.
Everybody has a theory on how much protein an athlete should eat - but what does SCIENCE have to say about it? Do the recommended amounts make sense for athletes?
Don’t get me wrong, we still have to work, but some recent studies show, and fitness experts swear, that adding fish oil to our diets will help build the bodies we want faster and better.
Leptin is quite possibly the most important hormone you have never heard about. If your leptin levels are not in check, then you will never acquire the leanness of which you are capable.
Sports drinks may seem like a healthier kid’s beverage than soda and other sugary beverages, but that’s not necessarily the case. In fact, many schools are banning them altogether.
Dr. Roger Williams says our guts are as different as our personalities, so each of us must find a unique path that works for us - and that includes diet.
Can hot sauce make you run faster? Apparently some people thought so, so researchers put it to the test to find out the real effects of capsaicin on sprint performance and inflammation.
23 presentations from world-class experts on Paleo - for free? Find out what this ground-breaking event is and how you can get a free and convenient education on the Paleo lifestyle.
While many people these days are avoiding high fructose corn syrup by reading labels and shopping wisely, they may be unknowingly ingesting large amounts of arsenic instead.
Want coconut water right from the source? Where do you buy young coconuts and how the heck do you get them open? What else can you do with them...make soup? Find all the info in here!
What exactly are branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs) and should you be taking them? Do they help build muscle? Read on to find out whether they will help your training and how to take them.
I eat processed chocolate every week as part of my cheat meal, and raw chocolate a little more often. Since a lot of premium dark chocolate is often vegan, I’ve tried many kinds.
Two brand new studies indicate life-threatening diseases are strongly associated with the consumption of soft drinks, including heart attack and asthma.
In a recent study researchers found elite cyclists consumed food and liquid in a very different way than recreational athletes. What do the pros do that we could do, too?
Whether you are relatively new to the fitness scene, or a seasoned powerlifter or bodybuilder, odds are that you have heard of creatine. What is it? How does it work? Should you use it?
The question “Where do you get your protein?” is OLD SCHOOL! Vegans have been asked this since 1944. The question I now get asked is “So, what exactly do you eat?”
Sports drinks– the artificially-flavored carbohydrate-electrolyte drinks – they work, but are there other alternatives that are more natural?