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Carbohydrates have gotten a pretty bad reputation in the last few years...all but eliminating carbs...Arnold Schwarzenegger, the Governator himself, made post-workout carb consumption...
Eating fewer carbohydrates and more fat has a wide range of long-term health benefits.
If everyone took steps to fight obesity by eating, drinking, exercising, and living right, the number of preventable deaths would drop significantly.
Save your health and skip the sugar.
Consumption of sugar has long been condemned, however the alternatives of “calorie-free” natural and artificial sweeteners, have also been a major source of concern.
If you missed some of the 2016 scientific findings in the health and fitness arena, here's a recap.
Detour bars make an excellent lower calorie snack, especially when traveling or when regular meals aren’t available.
If you have less than stellar genetics then take that as a challenge, move forward, and meet it head-on.
Excessive sugar intake can cause health problems ranging from diabetes to obesity to higher risk of cancer.
For those who want to be healthy, it's wise to eliminate soda from the diet completely.
Are reduced or zero-calorie sodas a boon or bane to your weight loss goals?
Energy drink consumption is risky for adolescents and you need to know why.
Be true to your human nature and to your taste buds. Don’t cut meat out of your life. It has way too much to offer.
Is more protein always better? Does working out make a difference? A unique new study explored these questions.
As coaches, we will likely have someone with diabetes come through our doors. Type 1 diabetes care will differ from type 2 diabetes care, and it's important for coaches to know the difference.
Do you know what insulin and glucagon do in your body? If you have goals that include reducing your body fat, you really should learn about these hormones and how they affect fat storage.
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.