Nutrition

Is Carb Loading Truly Beneficial For Athletes?

Carb loading is a very specific athletic diet strategy where they lighten up their workout routine or rest completely before competition and eat carbs. Does it work?

Beverages

Sports Drinks vs. Water: Which Is Better?

Sports drinks may be helpful for professional athletes because of the electrolytes and other benefits but for most people water is best.

Diet

What’s So Super About Superfoods?

Scientists agree that there are "superfoods" that contain lots of important nutrients that are beneficial for our health and wellbeing. What makes them so super?

Diet

Omega 3 Fatty Acids: What’s The Big Deal?

Omega 3 fatty acids may be fats but can they actually be good for you? Learn more about them and what foods they're in.

Chronic Conditions

Grain Or Foe: Is Gluten Free Right For Me?

Going gluten-free has become trendy in today's day and age but is avoiding grain actually good for you if you don't need to?

Exercise

Small and Incremental Changes for a Lasting Effect

If you want to lose weight or make big lifestyle changes, it's best to try small and incremental changes for the effects to last.

Diet

The Great Oil Debate

At the supermarket, you'll find a variety of cooking oils but do you know which ones are the best options for your health?

Exercise

Electro-Light Up Your Life

Electrolytes can help you hydrate but should you be reaching for a sports drink instead of good old water?

Exercise

Having Good Sleep Hygiene For Better Sleep

Sleep hygiene refers to practices and habits that are help you get good quality sleep and stay alert during the day.

Nutrition

How Caffeine May Be Affecting Your Mental Health

You might need coffee to stay alert but caffeine is a drug that can affect your mental health.

Nutrition

Eat To Sleep

If you're having trouble sleeping, there are different drinks and foods that you can use to help your body get much needed rest.

Nutrition

The Common Sense Diabetes Diet

Having diabetes doesn't mean you can't eat what you want. Try choosing from different food groups and portion control for a common sense diet.

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