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In this article I will show some of the techniques to better vegetables and share five side dishes for your repertoire.
Sprouts are one of the most powerful health-promoting foods, and a good source of a good source of iron.
It is important to know the difference between discipline and obsession when it comes to our food.
My goal is to produce and eat post-workout food that is satisfying and helpful for recovery.
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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.
Get ready to meet a wickedly skilled, strong calisthenics athlete - who is 100% vegan.
There's no disputing the nutrient value of leafy green vegetables. And these tricks are great for sneaking greens into a fussy child’s (or fussy adult’s) diet.
Eating grilled, fried, or broiled meats can significantly increase your risk for cancer. But you don't have to give up your summer BBQ.
These vegan tacos are easy to make, filling, loaded with micronutrients, and kid-friendly, too.
If you find you are not getting faster and are tired, don’t automatically blame your training.
I was burning up this weekend and needed to cool off, so I came up with this sorbet. The results are astoundingly simple and refreshingly tart.
Research suggests individual variances in metabolism might make a significant difference in which diet works for you.
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.
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.
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.