Healthy Eating

We are all more than a little tired of the endless weight-loss pitches. These three have the science to back them up.
Preparation doesn't have to be boring. Have fun with this grocery list and meal plan.
If you don’t know what type of protein you are consuming, you might be impeding your fitness goals.
We believe following a paleo lifestyle is the best way to nourish our bodies, and that includes allowances for special occasions and celebrations.
Some things to consider before going overboard this holiday season.
Got a sweet tooth and don't know how to satisfy it? New research says chocolate is a good option.
There's nothing like a good cup of joe. Here are three recipes to help your body during and after your workouts.
In situations where memory may be important to you after exercise, you might want to avoid high-carb drinks.
If we work out at high intensities and eat like crap, we are going to be in a chronic state of inflammation.
Red Bull, caffeine, and taurine - which one works best? Or do they work at all?
After a few too many bags of frozen sweet potato fries, I've added this to my instant crowd pleaser menu and tossed those bags for good.
While the research on Vitamin D is relatively preliminary, there is intriguing evidence of substantial cancer-combating capabilities.
Antioxidants seem to interfere with the long-term benefits of exercise by interfering with the body’s adaptive mechanisms.
A new study says supplements might be the best way to achieve ketosis.
Being able to push through that last bit of a workout and having decreased recovery time are useful to all athletes.
In 2013, a report analyzing 44 herbal supplements found that less than half contained any of the herb listed on the label.
Your brain only requires a small amount of glucose. You can just as easily (and more effectively) work off of ketone bodies.