Eating Buffalo chicken wings while watching a sports event or as an appetizer has become something of an American tradition. Legend has it that Buffalo wings were invented at a bar in Buffalo, New York in 1964. Chicken wings were … Continue reading Buffalo Cauliflower Recipe, Paleo and Keto Friendly
Humans naturally consider salt and salty foods highly palatable, which is why most people like to enjoy a salty snack now and then (1Trusted Source). Even though enjoying an occasional salty snack is perfectly healthy for most people, some may … Continue reading 5 Healthy Salty Snacks
Here are just three of the many producers offering the Good Stuff, plus how to cook it right. Beef: Meet Regenerative Ranching’s Underdog THERE’S ONE big reason the meat you eat at a steakhouse tastes sublime: sourcing. Steakhouse owners know … Continue reading Best Proteins – Beef, Chicken, Salmon Nutrition & Recipes
If you’ve ever snacked your way through a jar of peanut butter in a day, you’re probably pretty damn convinced that snacking is your worst enemy when it comes to weight loss. But yeah, no. Snacks (you know, the healthy, … Continue reading 5 Best Healthy Snacks For Weight Loss
If you are sitting down and reading this article right now, you should stop! Okay, well don’t stop reading, but you might want to stand up to finish it. I will make sure to give you some exercises to do … Continue reading 20 Exercises to Do at Your Desk — Get Fit at Work?!
A new study found “whole grain” labels on cereal, bread, and crackers can be confusing for people trying to make smarter food choices. To have a “whole grain” label, only 51 percent of a product has to contain whole grains. … Continue reading Whole Grain Labels Confuse People Trying to Pick Healthy Options
Bicarbonate is a major element in our body. Secreted by the stomach, it is necessary for digestion. When ingested, for example, with mineral water, it helps buffer lactic acid generated during exercise and also reduces the acidity of dietary components. … Continue reading Bicarbonate’s Importance to Human Health
Losing weight is a battle, meaning victory is not always linear. At first, you might lose weight every time you step on the scale. Then, the numbers start to slow before staying completely stagnant. When this happens you’ve hit the … Continue reading 12 Ways to Lose Weight When You’ve Plateaued
Do you feel guilty after adding mayonnaise to your favorite sandwich or dip? If so, you’re not alone. There’s plenty of curiosity about whether or not mayonnaise nutrition is bad for health, but it’s still the best-selling condiment in the … Continue reading Is Mayonnaise Nutrition Really as Unhealthy as You Think?
Magnesium plays a central role in just about every bodily process, from the synthesis of DNA to the metabolism of insulin. Low levels of this crucial mineral have even been tied to an entire laundry list of chronic conditions — … Continue reading Top 20 Magnesium-Rich Foods, Benefits, Supplements, Dosage
Crohn’s disease, an inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) that causes inflammation of the digestive tract, can lead to loads of discomfort: abdominal pain, severe diarrhea, fatigue, weight loss, even malnutrition. Worse, it can be tough to pinpoint how to make the … Continue reading 5 Smart Diet Changes to Optimize Gut Health and Manage Crohn’s Symptoms
Total Time: 40 minutes Serves: Makes 1 loaf of bread (20 slices) Meal Type: Breads & Muffins, Breakfasts, Gluten-Free, Paleo, Side Dishes & Soups Diet Type: Gluten-Free, Ketogenic, Low-Carb, Paleo, Vegetarian Ingredients: 1½ cups almond flour 6 egg whites (NOTE: … Continue reading Keto Bread: A Low-Carb Bread Recipe With Almond Flour
Intermittent fasting is among the trendiest diet plans of the moment, evangelized by Hollywood celebs, Silicon Valley execs and Instagram influencers alike. Its followers forego food … Continue reading Intermittent Fasting: Side Effects, Health Benefits and Risks
Ingredients 1 tbsp. oil 2 1/2 c. chickpea flour 2 c. warm water 1 tsp. salt 1 tsp. pepper 1 bunch of kale Directions Make em’ Heat oven to 400°F. Rub 2 rimmed baking sheets with 1 Tbsp oil each. … Continue reading Crispy Kale Chip-Chickpea Flour Recipe, With Variations
Cal/Serv: 297 Yields: 4 servings Prep Time: 0 hours 10 mins Cook Time: 0 hours 10 mins Total Time: 0 hours 20 mins Ingredients 2 navel oranges 2 tbsp. extra-virgin olive oil 4 5-oz boneless, skinless chicken breasts Kosher salt … Continue reading Citrus Chicken With Asparagus And Peas Recipe
Ingredients: one 8-ounce cup of organic black coffee 1 scoop collagen powder made from bone broth 1 scoop beef gelatin (optional) 1 tablespoon grass-fed butter 1 … Continue reading Keto Coffee Recipe … or Butter Coffee
Zinc is what you would call a “micronutrient.” But just because it’s not a macronutrient like protein, fat, or carbohydrates doesn’t mean it’s not important. Science shows that zinc can help support a healthy immune system, assist in the healing … Continue reading 7 Foods High in Zinc – Their Outstanding Benefits
While the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has halted the cadence of everyday life for just about everyone, the world is now beginning to adjust. We’re all handling the challenges of social distancing and self-isolation differently—but that doesn’t mean that we have … Continue reading Dan Giordano Shares Home Lower Back Mobility Flow Session
I’ve always hated running. Though the idea of it, being outside and disconnected from my phone, seems nice, it’s being immersed in nothing but my own … Continue reading How the Coronavirus Forced Me to Start Enjoy Running
At first glance, working remotely may seem pretty appealing. Answering emails and tuning into a conference in pajamas? All-day access to your own kitchen, bathroom and couch, all while getting paid to work may sound like a win-win. But the … Continue reading Working from Home: 8 Tips for Being Productive
Did you know that there are more than 400 different viruses that can cause infections, including the common cold, the flu, hepatitis, mononucleosis and HIV? Today, many people choose to have an annual influenza vaccination, or flu shot, but this is … Continue reading Antiviral Herbs: Protect Against Viruses and How to Use
Fasting was easy for our ancient ancestors. There were no all-night diners or frozen pizzas to tempt them. They had no choice but to ignore that gnawing emptiness in their stomachs until they happened upon a bush of ripe berries … Continue reading Intermittent Fasting Eating Window – IF Weight Loss Tips
Dermatologists prescribe products to their patients all day long, but have you ever wondered which ones they personally use? Welcome to Derm Diaries, a new series where dermatologists share their skin woes—and solutions—so you can steal secrets from their skincare … Continue reading How A Dermatologist With Hyperpigmentation Keeps Her Skin Clear
The ketogenic diet has been touted as a major weight loss program, where Instagrammers have documented their keto weight loss success stories to encourage others to join in on the craze and tackle their health and fitness goals. And the … Continue reading Why Am I Not Losing Weight on Keto?
At this point, you’ve probably heard a lot of people raving about the high-fat, low-carb ketogenic diet. The goal of the eating plan is to get your body into a state called ketosis, where it’s burning fat, instead of carbohydrates, … Continue reading 7 Best Keto Diet Apps to Track Carbs and Lose Weight
There’s a good chance that you’ve stumbled upon some life-enhancing habit and thought, “Why didn’t I do this sooner?” In a recent post, one Reddit user asked the community for self-care tips that guys wish they’d known about: “Men 50+, … Continue reading Self-Care Habits Men Over 50 Say They Should’ve Practiced Sooner
Collagen and gelatin have become two of the hottest supplements in the health world. Not only do both boast a long list of health benefits, but they can also each be used in a variety of recipes, ranging from soups … Continue reading Collagen vs. Gelatin: Differences, Benefits and How to Use
For those looking to lose weight fast, the HCG diet plan may sound like a pretty appealing option. In fact, many turned to the HCG diet … Continue reading HCG Diet: Effective for Weight Loss or Dangerous Fad Diet?
Tofu, also called bean curd, has gained popularity over the years, especially as a vegetarian- and vegan-approved source of protein. However, it’s also a highly controversial ingredient; while some praise it as a health-promoting superfood, others claim that soy products … Continue reading Is Tofu Good for You? Health Benefits and Nutrtion Facts
How often did your mom tell you to “take your vitamins!” when you were a kid, while shoving a bottle of Flintstones’ gummies in your face? Of course, by now you know that your body needs vitamins and minerals to … Continue reading 15 Best Vitamins For Women 2020
It looks like America is getting the memo: The benefits of yoga are well worth it. A 2012 National Health Interview Survey (NHIS) concluded that almost 10 percent of all Americans, or over 21 million people, now regularly practice yoga … Continue reading Yoga Benefits, Types and Precautions
If the dairy aisle could do the #10yearchallenge, it wouldn’t even recognize itself. I mean, half of what’s in the dairy aisle these days isn’t even dairy at all. Back in the day, you had just a few types of … Continue reading Types of Milk, Explained: From Skim To Whole Milk To Oat Milk
Has the low-carb movement made you question just about every food in your diet? Just me? Thanks to keto and paleo, I’ve even wondered whether yogurt is considered a low-carb food—and whether I can still nosh on parfaits while keeping … Continue reading Best Yogurt For A Low-Carb Diet
Over the last few decades, we’ve seen a measurable increase in chronic lower back pain in the U.S. It is estimated that at some point in our lives, 80 percent of Americans will experience back pain. This has led to … Continue reading Lower Back Exercises & Stretches for a Strong, Pain-Free Back
In September, the fast-food chain Subway introduced new mini sandwiches to its menu at participating restaurants nationwide. Called Subway Sliders, these sandwiches come in four varieties (Ham and Jack, Italian Spice, Little Cheesesteak, and Little Turkey) and each resembles a … Continue reading Review: Half Of Subways Sliders Are Better Than The Original Footlongs
Yields: 4 servings Total Time: 0 hours 20 mins Ingredients: 1 1/4 c. quick-cooking farro 2 tbsp. olive oil 1/2 small red onion, thinly sliced 4 tbsp. lemon juice Kosher salt and pepper 12 oz. boneless, skinless chicken breasts, sliced … Continue reading Healthy Greek Chicken and Farro Salad Recipe
High-intensity interval training , also called HIIT workouts, have become known in the fitness and medical world as one of the most effective means of improving cardiovascular health, respiratory endurance, as well as metabolic function. Research shows that HIIT workouts … Continue reading 4 HIIT Workouts, Plus the Major Health Benefits
Gone are the days when your only sparkling water options were giant, two-liter seltzer bottles beneath rows of soda at the grocery store: The age of fizzy water has officially arrived. (Fun fact: Sparkling water is actually expected to be … Continue reading 11 Best Sparkling Water Brands Of 2019, According To Dietitians
Hitting the gym these days can almost be considered a religion. Just about every man and his dog head to their chosen place of iron-clad worship … Continue reading 13 Best Gym Clothes Brands For Men In 2019
Mercifully, Pollock Communications and Today’s Dietitian have pulled through and offered up a report entitled What’s Trending in Nutrition that features “The 10 Superfoods for 2020.” (No word yet on their plans to address your other two questions.) AND THERE … Continue reading Are Superfoods Real – The Healthiest Foods
Thanks to the delicious dip known as guacamole, most likely you are familiar with the beloved avocado. But have you ever tried avocado oil or did you even know it existed? We previously ranked the benefit-rich avocado as one of … Continue reading Avocado Oil: 6 Health Benefits and How to Use for Cooking
There’s no denying that probiotics are ~buzzy~ in the food world right now. And for good reason: They support digestion, keep you regular, and promote overall … Continue reading 10 Best Probiotic Yogurts, According To Nutritionists
The ketogenic diet is super popular these days, but following it can be challenging. The plan requires a lot of diligence, as eating too many carbohydrates can knock you out of fat-burning mode, also known as ketosis. Keto dieters eat … Continue reading 10 Best Low-Carb Nuts and Seeds for Your Keto Diet
Without a doubt, soy is one of the most controversial products on the planet. In fact, ask a handful of health experts “is soy bad for you?” and you’re likely to get a dozen different responses. While some claim that … Continue reading Is Soy Bad for You? Or Is It Good for You?
Without question, peanut butter is one of the best foods out there—you can spread it on bread for a sammie, add it to smoothies, spoon it on oatmeal, or in my case, simply grab a spoon and eat it straight … Continue reading Do You Really Need To Refrigerate Peanut Butter?
Some things seem specifically designed to put you in a bad mood, like parking tickets or 40-minute wait times when you call customer service. But there is another rotten mood culprit out there: the bad mood foods that you’re eating. … Continue reading 10 Bad Mood Foods, Plus Healthy Swaps to Make
Thankfully, coffee is one of the things you don’t have to give up on the high-fat keto diet–if you drink it the right way. If your daily cup is topped with whipped cream or contains flavored syrups or sugary creamers, … Continue reading Low-Carb Keto-Friendly Coffee Creamers
Fiber is probably the least sexy of all the nutrients. Protein gives you superhero muscles. Carbs grant you sustained endurance. Fat switches you into ketosis, if … Continue reading 4 Incredibly Easy Ways to Eat More Fiber