A new study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition tested 19 subjects on three different diets. Researchers measured appetite, caloric intake, body weight, and fat mass, as well as blood measurements for insulin, leptin (the hormone... Read more
Protein supplements are popular among casual exercisers, serious bodybuilders, dieters and even non-exercisers for many reasons. Most people know that protein is an essential nutrient for overall health that helps promote fullness and also plays... Read more
It’s true. A carbohydrate-rich diet can inflate appetite and girth. Low-carb diets do promote short-term weight loss, but are accompanied by some severe dangers. So what should you do? The truth is, you can have your carbs and eat them too&mdas... Read more
There are many benefits to being vegetarian and vegan. Regardless of why you chose such a lifestyle, it’s not enough to simply cut the meat, poultry, and seafood from your daily menu. Animal products do offer nutrients that support growth, body... Read more
Your diet may be the missing link in your training plan. Here are some common nutrition mistakes that many athletes and exercise enthusiasts make that can negatively affect performance. (Don’t worry; we’ve got you covered with the solutio... Read more
Stay as far away from diet pills as you can get. They're all lies and end up hurting more than helping. Since they're not regulated by the FDA, someone could grind up frog toes and just call it a "natural supplement" and get away with it.... Read more
Visible abs come from diet more than exercise. Those who have them also have extremely low body fat. In most cases, their body fat is below the "healthy ideal" range (18-22% for women). You can damage your health if your body fat % is too low.... Read more
Hello I started on the Atkins diet at first also, but I didn't like the way I was feeling. Plus I missed eating certain foods. Now I eat around 35 to 40 grams of fat and my carb intake is usually under 300 grams. Starting weight was 295 now it's 243.... Read more
I just started dieting last Tuesday I'm 5'2 185 pounds at the age of 35 was always small about 115 pounds but put on pounds since the age of 21 because of having 3 kids and not enough time for me! So I'm making a change would love to have support... Read more
According to an article in Nutrition & Metabolism they say a that four-year study concluded people on a high-protein, low-carb diet had an average decrease in A1C of 1.2% (from 8% to 6.8%) Journal of Nutrition, found that even moderate increases in p... Read more
For a healthy adult, eating more protein than your recommended daily range once a week or so won't have any major impact on your long-term health or weight loss (assuming you still eat approximately the same amount of calories for the day). Based... Read more
Sometimes you have to eat on the run. Sometimes you just want to eat away from home. But can you fit fast food into a healthy diet? Of course! Here are some healthy options you can find when dining out at Wendy's.Most of these opti... Read more
Ending the Protein Stretch 1 day early because I have some weekend events and need to be more liberal in my meal plans. Pizza party at work today (hosted by boss so can't refuse, 1 slice won't kill me), and then my bro-in-law's 30th Bday bash tonight... Read more
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