Category: Quick Tips

Fennel Facts

/ Posted 01.09.2015

Fennel is one of those interesting and overlooked plants that you may not consider in your everyday diet but you … continue reading

Food Facts

/ Posted 01.01.2015

Coffee can do a lot more for you than boost your workout performance. According to Bottom Line Publications’ booklet Coffee … continue reading

Sour Power

/ Posted 12.25.2014

You may see it in the grocery store, hidden on a bottom shelf somewhere near the salad dressings—apple cider vinegar. … continue reading

Beefy, Leafy Kale

/ Posted 12.22.2014

This leafy green, blue and purple vegetable is all the rage these days. I did some research and found out … continue reading

Food Facts

/ Posted 12.19.2014

Cottage cheese is an excellent high-protein alternative to eggs at breakfast. According to the April ’14 Bottom Line Health, a … continue reading

Think Zinc

/ Posted 12.10.2014

Zinc has played a big role in easing the symptoms of a cold, but there’s so much more to this … continue reading

Coconut Craze

/ Posted 12.04.2014

There’s been a lot of hype about coconut oil in the past few years. Some like to cook with it, … continue reading

Food Facts

/ Posted 11.25.2014

Squash your carb cravings, specifically those for pasta. Our daughter loves spaghetti, but she is very health conscious with her … continue reading

Food Facts

/ Posted 11.25.2014

Squash your carb cravings, specifically those for pasta. Our daughter loves spaghetti, but she is very health conscious with her … continue reading

Why You Need More Fiber

/ Posted 09.14.2014

Eat more fiber. We’ve all heard that advice, but what does it really mean? Most people think of fiber as … continue reading

Food Facts

/ Posted 09.08.2014

Beer appears to have health-promoting properties. Like wine, it is an excellent source of flavonoids, according to the January ’14 … continue reading

Healing Properties of Cabbage

/ Posted 08.27.2014

You see it in the market and most commonly prepared in a side dish of American coleslaw; however, this vegetable … continue reading

Food Facts

/ Posted 08.21.2014

Greek yogurt has been named “the single best food for shedding pounds” by Harvard researchers. According to the December ’13 … continue reading

Food Facts

/ Posted 07.13.2014

Circumen, an active compound in the spice turmeric, may help heal depression. According to the January ’14 Prevention, just 1,000 … continue reading

Late-Night Munchies

/ Posted 06.25.2014

We have all suffered from late-night snack attacks, but what are the best late-night hunger crushers for bodybuilders? According to … continue reading

Where’s the Beef?

/ Posted 06.22.2014

Most of us know that protein is the nutrient in red meat that benefits anyone who is training, but there’s … continue reading

An Apple a Day

/ Posted 06.19.2014

“Fruit provides valuable phytochemicals that benefit health, yet the fructose content is a concern for many because it’s a type … continue reading

Food Facts

/ Posted 06.16.2014

Paleo eating has become one of the most popular ways to eat healthfully, even for many athletes, but what is … continue reading

Food Facts

/ Posted 05.23.2014

Bodyfat gained due to overeating is a primary cause of diabetes, according the November ’13 Prevention. Says Osama Hamdy, M.D., … continue reading

Blast Off Belly Fat

• Many people avoid dairy, even yogurt, because they think it will make them fat, but they may be missing … continue reading

Food Facts

/ Posted 05.14.2014

Celery is filling, has few calories and contains many vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. But did you know that the leaves … continue reading

To Eat or Not to Eat?

/ Posted 03.09.2014

To eat or not to eat before cardio? That is a frequently asked question. Recent studies show that performing cardio … continue reading

What is the Anabolic Peephole?

/ Posted 03.01.2014

Your postworkout meal is about recovery and storage, so you should stick with carbs and protein. Why? Protein provides the … continue reading

Food Facts

/ Posted 02.28.2014

Fruit should be on your kitchen counter, not in your fridge—at least most varieties. According to the September ’13 Bottom … continue reading

Meat to Beat the Blues

If you’re feeling down, you may want to consider eating some beef. According to the September ’13 Reader’s Digest, a … continue reading

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