Despite what bright new food packaging might lead you to believe, humans have known about the power of protein since at least the early 19th century. That’s when a Swedish chemist named the molecules using a word from the Greek, … Continue reading Here’s How Much Protein You Need for Weight Loss and Muscle Gain
It’s 8:35 on an impossibly clear and bright morning at a private resort in the Bahamas. A whisper of wind rustles the palm trees, and tucked down a golf-cart path, shielded by flowering bushes, there’s a freshly marked-out football field … Continue reading How Tom Brady’s Still Defying the Laws of Football At Age 40
Whether you’re fighting off an infection or combating a cold, adding a few immune-boosting vitamins to your routine can be incredibly beneficial. In fact, certain vitamins, minerals and supplements have been shown to fine-tune immune function, enhance antibody production and … Continue reading Immune Boosting Vitamins, Minerals and Supplements
If you’ve been to the grocery store during the coronavirus COVID-19, you’ve likely felt some mixture of anxiety, loneliness, fear, confusion, frustration, and maybe even paranoia. And if you’ve turned to social media for help with grocery shopping during the … Continue reading Grocery Shopping Coronavirus Safety – Supermarkets and COVID-19
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, a whopping 70 percent of adults over the age of 65 living in the United States take at least one type of heart medication every day. Among the most commonly prescribed … Continue reading Beta Blockers: How They Work, Types, Benefits and Side Effects
You may not be lucky enough to live surrounded by palm trees, but thanks to popular tropical fruits like açaí and dragon fruit (and whoever made smoothie bowls a thing), you can darn sure pretend. Okay, açaí bowls may be … Continue reading What Is Dragon Fruit? Benefits, Flavor, And How To Eat It
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
Being stuck at home for a prolonged period of time means that we’re all figuring out how to adapt our daily routines, from our jobs, to socializing, to working out. Jeff Cavaliere C.S.C.S. of Athlean-X just broke down a home … Continue reading Athlean-X Shares Full Body At-Home Workout With Zero Equipment
If you’re one of the people who has the new coronavirus take hold in your body, what exactly does it do to you? Since knowledge is … Continue reading What Does the New Coronavirus Do to Your Body?
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?
Ever-popular 30 day challenges are a well-known wellness trend. One especially common self-imposed test is Dry January, which encourages participants to give up alcohol for a month. If that sounds tough, imagine going more than three months without a drop … Continue reading Here’s What Happens When You Quit Drinking Alcohol for 100 Days
Most people try fasting with one goal in mind: losing weight. But science has also discovered health benefits linked to whole-day, alternate-day, and time-restricted fasting, says Carolyn Williams, Ph.D., the registered dietitian that helped develop the new book The Men’s … Continue reading 7 Intermittent Fasting Benefits That Aren’t Weight Loss
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
There’s no such thing as a must-do exercise. This is the truth about fitness, even though not everyone understands that. Walk into any gym, and you’ll see a host of guys doing barbell deadlifts, for example, and somewhere in that … Continue reading 5 Overrated Gym Exercises — And the Moves You Should Do Instead
They say “patience is a virtue,” but choosing patience seems especially painful when you’re trying to grow out your hair. Luckily hair oils can help speed up the process. Not only do they help to stimulate hair growth, they also … Continue reading The 12 Best Hair Growth Oils
Curious about the next “it” beverage? Look no further: It’s called matcha green tea, and the health benefits are astounding! Heralded by top nutritionists, researchers and health-conscious celebrities alike, matcha is not your typical green tea. This high-grade, finely ground, … Continue reading Matcha Green Tea Benefits, How to Make, and Side Effects
Arnold Schwarzenegger is an outspoken activist and brand founder and pitchman. Before that, he was the governor of California. Before that, he was one of the most iconic action stars in Hollywood. But the most successful, most remarkable version of … Continue reading Arnold Schwarzenegger’s 6 Bodybuilding Rules to Build Muscle
Fall is the season for pumpkin spice, and not just in the various coffeeshops and restaurants that started trotting out their autumn flavors alarmingly early this year. You’ll find #PSL fever in the gym, too. I knew that fall had … Continue reading We Put the BSN Syntha-6 Pumpkin Pie Protein to a Taste Test
If protein was a superhero, it would be Wolverine-Batman-Hulk-Spiderman-Hellboy-Thor-Gambit-And-What-The-Hell-Throw-In-Green-Lantern-Too. Basically, protein does it all. Protein helps you build and maintain muscle. Protein powers a variety of functions in your body, from enzyme production to hormone regulation. And protein can also … Continue reading How Much Protein You Should Eat to Lose Weight
Summer is coming. And you know what that means. Beach season is here, and that means shirts are optional. If you’ve been putting in your gym work throughout the winter, you just may be all ready to show off your … Continue reading Get Summer Body Ready Using These Workouts and Exercises
If cereal and milk is your fave breakfast of all time, but you’re on a low-carb diet, the prospects may seem…bleak. But there are options! Just be sure to not only fixate on the carb content. For a truly healthy … Continue reading 10 Best Low-Carb Cereals – Low-Carb Meusli, Granola, And More
Bummed out about your dwindling strands? You could benefit from switching up your shower routine, starting with a shampoo for thinning hair. The best shampoos for thinning hair can improve volume, growth, and circulation of the follicles, creating an environment … Continue reading Best Shampoos For Thinning Hair 2019
Talking to someone cute is not some easy thing, despite what we see in movies. There is nothing wrong with being shy. Most of us are a lot more shy than we want to admit. Confidence is praised, after all. … Continue reading How to Overcome Shyness – 8 Expert Tips to Stop Being Shy
If you think your “really bad headaches” aren’t migraines, you may want to take a closer look at your symptoms—especially if you’re a woman. More than half of all migraine sufferers are never diagnosed, according to the Migraine Research Foundation. And … Continue reading 11 Signs Your Headache Is Actually a Migraine
Cow’s milk is full of amazing nutrients: The childhood favorite boasts a healthy dose of protein, calcium, and vitamin D in one 8-ounce glass, all for a … Continue reading Soy Milk Is the Best Dairy-Free Milk Option – Best Non-Dairy Milk
Guys, there’s a secret to eating healthy, home-cooked meals that won’t waste hours after work — and no, it’s not investing in a personal chef. It’s meal prepping, or creating a few meals or dishes and portioning them out throughout the … Continue reading Meal Prep – A Complete Beginner’s Guide And Meal Prep Ideas
Devonta Freeman begins his recovery process with a massage on Monday morning. The goal: to keep his hips loose, as they’re key to his explosive change-of-direction ability. Forty-five muscle groups attach to your pelvis. Just one tight muscle can throw off … Continue reading What Devonta Freeman Can Teach You About Muscle Recovery
When an airplane from Dubai landed in New York yesterday morning with reports of passengers coughing and vomiting, health officials jumped into action—detaining the plane and screening all 549 passengers and crew members for illness before allowing them to disembark. … Continue reading How Fast Do Illnesses Spread On a Plane?
All those hours you’ve spent in the gym aren’t just good for your looks. The longer you spend getting stronger, the longer you might have to live. New research from the University of Michigan found that your strength level might be a … Continue reading Study Finds People with Weaker Muscles More Likely to Die Early
Countless people have experienced the benefits that come with strength training as adults as a way to break from their sedentary routines to get fit — but for many, the introduction to weight lifting and conditioning came in their teenage … Continue reading What Age Is Safe to Start Lifting Weights
We all secretly love sore muscles. It’s proof you put in serious work at the gym, and your body is feeling it. But some muscle soreness isn’t simply due to lactic acid buildup — it’s a sign you straight-up sent your … Continue reading 8 Ways to Get Rid of Sore Muscles – How to Speed Up Recovery
Starting at age 14, Katherine Bice used to wear three sports bras when exercising because it was the only way she felt comfortable. Her breasts bounced around a lot, and after just a few minutes, she was in pain. As … Continue reading Breast Pain Keeps Women From Exercise: Can The Right Bra Help?
Vegans take strict care to eschew all animal byproducts in their diet, which is an admirable level of discipline most weightlifters can appreciate. Unfortunately, if you’re … Continue reading Best Vegan Protein Powders
INGREDIENTS: 4 pounds beef bones with marrow 4 carrots, chopped 4 celery stalks, chopped 2 medium onions, peel on, sliced in half lengthwise and quartered 4 garlic cloves, peel on and smashed 1 teaspoon kosher salt 1 teaspoon whole peppercorns … Continue reading Savory Beef Bone Broth Recipe for Your Slow Cooker
Let’s face it: dieting is hard. But if you believe proponents of the If it Fits Your Macros (or IIFYM) eating plan (also known as “flexible dieting“), you can eat anything you want and still lose weight — without counting calories. … Continue reading What Is the Macro Diet – How to Count Macros for Weight Loss
A 4-month-old baby recently died after contracting meningitis, likely from an unvaccinated person, according to WTRV. Killy Schultz died on June 30 after developing a rash and high fever after being at daycare. Now, Killy’s parents are urging everyone to … Continue reading Parents Issue Meningitis Vaccine Warning After 4-Month-Old Dies
A Chinese study revealed that people who ate fresh fruit had lower blood pressure than those who didn’t Doctors believe that potassium from fruit sources could help lower blood pressure Potassium helps your body flush salt out of its system … Continue reading High Blood Pressure? These Potassium-Rich Foods Can Help Lower It
If you’re not already one of the 1.2 million people following Kelsey Wells, you might remember her from this viral photo showing how little the number on the scale really matters. People were so blown away by how ripped she looked in her … Continue reading Kelsey Wells Workout – What Is The PWR Workout?
Jeremiah Peterson was 40 years old and 100 pounds overweight when he realized he needed to make a change. The dad went on to lose 92 pounds by adopting the ketogenic diet and working out in the great outdoors His … Continue reading Dad Credits Amazing Weight Loss Transformation To Keto Diet, Hiking
According to the Centers for Disease Control, more than a third of adults in the United States — 35.1% — are obese. And if you aren’t obese, defined by the CDC in adults as having a BMI of 30 or … Continue reading 5 Myths About Why You’re Not Losing Weight
You’ve been told since you were a child to drink your milk and eat your spinach. Calcium keeps bones and teeth strong! As a child you probably drank – or choked down – your milk at the urging of your … Continue reading Calcium Supplements – Bad for your heart? Blah for your bones?
If you’re over 50 years old and have blurry or wavy vision and/or a blind spot in the center of your vision, you may have Age-Related Macular Degeneration. The good news is it’s painless. The bad news, AMD is kind … Continue reading Age-Related Macular Degeneration: a Frustrating Condition to Live with and Treat
Rooted in science and expert opinion, our content translates dense topics into easily digestible, actionable health advice. Piecemeal, the concepts are sound and effective. But overall health must be viewed holistically. One of the most integral components is your mind. … Continue reading Why Mental Health Is Crucial for Men
Essential oils have been used for thousands of years for their therapeutic and healing properties as part of the practice of aromatherapy. They’re sourced from leaves, stems or roots of plants that are known for their health properties. So then, what … Continue reading What Is Frankincense Oil? 8+ Benefits & Uses for Healing
Giving a woman just one orgasm is cause for celebration. But any woman who can climax once can probably cross the finish line again—and again. The ability to come more than once is biological gift exclusive to the fairer sex. … Continue reading How to Give Her Multiple Orgasms
If you’ve only ever held a basic plank, it’s time to expand your core repertoire. Standard plank position shouldn’t be your end all, be all move to work your abs; it should be a starting point. There are tons of … Continue reading Superhero Fit Workout of the Day: Plank Walk-Ups
Would you believe that the majority of the population — up to 90 percent of adults in the United States — is believed to have a vitamin D deficiency? Many physicians are starting to take this vitamin deficiency very seriously; in … Continue reading Vitamin D Deficiency Symptoms & Sources to Reverse It!
Debra stared at the computer until her eyes went blurry. She closed them and shook her head. Why couldn’t she concentrate? Pulling out her smartphone, she checked her Facebook page. Funny. Her friend had posted a picture of her daughter … Continue reading Focus, Fatigue, and Facebook: Why You Just Can’t Concentrate