Healthy Eating

There is so much information about protein. That's why I'm here - I'm about as skeptical as they come, so I'm going to give you the simple basics on protein - how much, what kind, and when.
Creatine is a great and highly beneficial supplement, but have scientists finally found one drawback? Let's look at new research that shows creatine may have a negative impact on your antioxidants.
The successful women I know have one thing in common - the things in their fridge. Here are the 10 foods the clean-eating, paleo women I know keep around at all times to stay healthy.
With all the nutrition advice out there, it can be hard to find reliable information. Here are our top 10 nutrition posts from 2012, written by experts in the field.
New research shows vitamin E can cause inflammation in your body, but previously doctors said vitamin E was good for you? Which is it? Let's look at the newest research.
Getting your diet on track doesn’t have to be a daunting task. Read on to learn how to discern a good nutrition coach and how to pick the right one for your goals.
Athletes often go through a strength or bulking phase, followed by a weight loss or cutting phase. The question is how to keep muscle while losing fat. Science looks at one strategy.
If you’ve ever tried paleo, chances are you’ve heard of the anti-nutrient phytic acid. But did you know that it’s not all doom and gloom? There are actually some beneficial properties to phytic acid.
If our "diet" is not a lifestyle we enjoy, then it tends to not last very long. Let's look at what solid nutrition should include, in my opinion: health, ethics, performance, and foodie-ism.
Recent nutrition research has been exploring our motivations for eating, not just what we eat. It seems that measuring and packing our food ahead of time can help prevent overeating.
More and more research is linking the consumption of high fructose corn syrup to type 2 diabetes, obesity, and death. Sadly, the United States is leading the pack in this unhealthy race.
Saponins are in quinoa, legumes, soybeans, and potatoes. You may have heard how bad they are for you, but what are they? And are they really that big of a deal?
Exercise causes damage inside your body - oxidative stress. One way to repair this damage is with antioxidants, and colostrum, or a cow's first milk, is proving to be an excellent source.
Once again fish oil turns out to be one of the best things you can do for yourself. New research shows it improves your memory, but you need to make sure you're taking enough.
Modern life can make eating sensibly a challenge. Here are 11 ways you can plan better and utilize your fat-burning abilities as opposed to living on a sugar rollercoaster.
One week the news says you're eating too much protein. Another week it says you're not eating enough. Well, now science says you might not be eating enough to build muscle after all.
Whether you’re new to Paleo and feeling lost in the tall grass, or an old pro looking for fresh inspiration, here are a few meal hacks to appease your inner cave-dweller.