Podcast: 9 Science Based Reasons to Drink Coffee

Coffee has been a staple of civilized food culture for hundreds of years. From Yemeni mystics to bleary-eyed commuters, millions of people swear by it. But should you drink it? Yes, says science! Coffee has a wide spectrum of benefits that go beyond the caffeine buzz. From energy, concentration and focus to preventing Type 2… Continue reading Podcast: 9 Science Based Reasons to Drink Coffee

Eat Eggs and Beat Type 2 Diabetes? Maybe: Study

Consumption of one egg every day seems to associate with a blood metabolite profile that is related to a lower risk of type 2 diabetes, a new study conducted in the University of Eastern Finland shows. The findings were published in Molecular Nutrition and Food Research. Eggs remain one of the most controversial food items.… Continue reading Eat Eggs and Beat Type 2 Diabetes? Maybe: Study

Podcast: A Simplified Guide to Protein Intake for Athletes or Fat Loss

Protein. A simple macronutrient that spurs one of the most common questions in fitness. “How much protein should I eat?” There are also dozens of other questions like “how often?” and “what about vegetarians/vegans?” Whether you’re trying to lose stubborn body fat or maximize those gains, protein is essential to your success! In this episode,… Continue reading Podcast: A Simplified Guide to Protein Intake for Athletes or Fat Loss

Seeing Calorie Information With Your Food Makes it Less Appealing: Study

Seeing pictures of food with calorie information not only makes food less appetizing but it also appears to change the way your brain responds to the food, according to a Dartmouth-led study published in PLOS ONE. When food images appeared with the calorie content, the brain showed decreased activation of the reward system and increased… Continue reading Seeing Calorie Information With Your Food Makes it Less Appealing: Study

6 Meal Planning & Preparation Tips for the Real World

Meal preparation. Two words every fitness coach throws at their clients and every fitness and nutrition writer loves to write about. Especially at this time of year. You know, “holy crap I’m out of shape and have to fix my diet” time. Also known as January. When you think about it, it’s really not fair.… Continue reading 6 Meal Planning & Preparation Tips for the Real World

Podcast:Overtraining? 9 Signs to Watch For

We’ve all done it. Over-indulged in something and paid the price. Too much dessert or one toomany drinks. The aftermath is rough, but you get through it, right? Well, what if over-indulging in something that’s good for you might have the potential to damage your health? What if it might even be fatal? Overtraining can… Continue reading Podcast:Overtraining? 9 Signs to Watch For

Intermittent Fasting No Better for Weight Loss: Study

Intermittent fasting helps lose weight and promotes health. However, it is not superior to conventional calorie restriction diets, according to a large study. Scientists from the German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ) and Heidelberg University Hospital have found out in a study called HELENA — the largest investigation on intermittent fasting to date – that intermittent… Continue reading Intermittent Fasting No Better for Weight Loss: Study