• What To Eat Post Workout The Complete Guide

    What To Eat Post Workout The Complete Guide

    Everyone knows that bodybuilders and athletes must plan and time their meals and snacks very carefully to reach their performance goals. But what about the rest of us? You try to squeeze in 30-60 minutes of exercise most days of the week. Do you have to be careful about what you eat before and after your […]

  • Getting Over The Weight Loss Plateau

    Getting Over The “Weight Loss Plateau”

    The typical human form is capable of achieving a number of incredible feats that seem to suspend or defy the way science tells us things work. Athletes, through sheer willpower, can end up lifting something that their bodies should not be able to without suffering anything worse than muscle spasms. People can adapt to extreme […]

  • Is Red Meat Good or Bad For You, The Real Truth

    Is Red Meat Good or Bad For You, The Real Truth

    Protein-rich, but also high in saturated fat, red meat should be eaten sparingly. Red Meat: Good or Bad? Red meat, which includes beef, lamb, veal and pork, is an excellent source of protein in the diet. On the other hand, it is also a major source of unhealthy saturated fat. The balance of good health […]

  • Whey Protein

    The Complete Guide To Whey Protein

    For anyone who’s trying to transform their body, alterations to diet and exercise need to be made – whether you want to trim down or bulk up there are a number of methods that are suited to different people in those different circumstances.  Finally science has caught up with the gym bunnies and body builders that […]

  • Weight Loss Plan

    10 Tips On Why Having A Weight Loss Plan Makes Sense

    England & America are now in the middle of a health crisis of tremendous proportions. Millions of Britons & Americans are now overweight and a very significant number had already been classified as obese. Obesity is now a major health concern in England and America, which has already become a fast food nation. The saturated fat […]

  • 6 Healthy Tips On Making A Salad

    6 Healthy Tips On Making A Salad

    Healthy Eating: 6 Easy Tips for Making a Healthy Salad A seemingly healthy salad can be a calorie bomb when smothered in high-fat dressing. Many popular salads are loaded with calories and fat. Whether you want to get rid of excess weight or improve your health, adding salads to your diet can help you achieve […]

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    Wholesome Grains: Choose Whole Rather Than Refined Grains

    Choose whole rather than refined grains for optimum benefits. Bread, rice, pasta and potatoes are important sources of carbohydrates, and this food group should form the basis of your diet. The guidelines are that you should eat at least five servings from this group each day. It is important to distinguish between whole and refined grains, and […]

  • What is a superfood and how can it benefit me

    What is a superfood and how can it benefit me?

    We examine the evidence behind the health claims of 10 of the most popular so-called superfoods. So-called, because in fact there is no official definition of a superfood and the EU has banned the use of the word on packaging. But that hasn’t stopped many food brands from funding academics to research the health benefits […]

  • 9 Amazing Health Benefits of Pumpkin Seeds

    9 Amazing Health Benefits of Pumpkin Seeds

    Pumpkins, and their seeds, are native to the Americas. And indigenous species are found across North America, South America, and Central America. The word “pepita” is consistent with this heritage, since it comes from Mexico, where the Spanish phrase “pepita de calabaza” means “little seed of squash.” They were a celebrated food among many Native American […]

  • 5 Benefits of Essential Amino Acids

    5 Benefits of Essential Amino Acids

    So, if you have been working out, then you probably have your favorite supplements that you take before or after training.  Obviously, the most popular supplement out there is protein. But there is one thing that you, perhaps, haven’t been paying attention to. Proteins are made out of amino acids, but what does that mean? […]