I love chili. I mean, who doesn’t? Yes, I get it. For a lot of people, chili is like soup. It’s something we make and eat during the cold winter months, but that goes away when the weather warms and the grills come out again. But if you’re eating on a ketogenic meal plan, chili… Continue reading Recipe: Not Your Caveman’s Chili
Successful eating on any nutrition plan is largely dependent on preparation. Meal preparation, if we’re being specific. Cooking a breakfast casserole at the start of the week can defuse a lot of hazards that pop up during the week. Running late one morning? Breakfast is ready to reheat and eat! Need something portable that you… Continue reading Recipe: Ham, Ricotta and Spinach Breakfast Casserole
A review led by a sports scientist at the University of Stirling has set out new international guidelines for protein intake in track and field athletes. The findings of the paper form part of the updated International Association of Athletics Federations’ (IAAF) consensus statement on Sports Nutrition for Track and Field Athletes. Dr Oliver Witard,… Continue reading New Protein Guidelines for Track and Field Athletes
Preschoolers may not be as good at resisting large portions of everyday foods as was previously thought, according to Penn State researchers. In a study, the researchers examined whether children between the ages of three and five were susceptible to the portion size effect — the tendency of people to eat more when larger portions… Continue reading Serving Preschoolers Bigger Portions Trains Them to Eat More
Major depression, obesity and chronic pain are all linked to the effects of one protein, called “FK506-binding protein 51,” or FKBP51. Until now, efforts to inhibit this target have been hampered by the difficulty of finding something specific enough to do the job and not affect similar proteins. Now a research group has developed a… Continue reading Could Depression, Obesity and Chronic Pain All Be Treated by Suppression of One Protein?
Green tea cut obesity and a number of inflammatory biomarkers linked with poor health in a new study. Mice fed a diet of 2 percent green tea extract fared far better than those that ate a diet without it, a finding that has prompted an upcoming study of green tea’s potential benefits in people at… Continue reading Green Tea Reduces Health Risks, Cuts Obesity in Mice: Study
Drinking a casein shake just before overnight sleep increases gains in muscle mass and strength in response to resistance exercise. But to date, no study has directly addressed whether this effect is due to increased total protein intake only, or if a bedtime beverage is better. According to a review published in Frontiers in Nutrition,… Continue reading The Scoop on Bedtime Protein for Bigger Gains