Fruits and vegetables contain a lot of vitamins and minerals that can help us be healthy. That is why health experts are suggesting that we include at least 3 to 5 different kinds of fruits and vegetables everyday in our diet. continue reading »
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to know that any man or woman would much rather spend hours lounging in a hammock with a cool pina-colada in hand than slave away at the gym.
Warm summer days produce a variety of delicious foods that help improve our health. These five tips can help you incorporate refreshing summertime foods that are rich in nutrients and flavor! continue reading »
Obesity is becoming a huge epidemic in the developed world. The ease of simply picking up a hamburger from your local fast food location is simply too appealing to many people. However, everyone must understand the consequences of eating poorly, both physically and mentally. continue reading »
Eating healthy can be difficult under any circumstance when consumers are inundated all day and every day with advertisements for high-calorie but good-tasting foods. When eating on a budget, college students don’t often have a lot of choices.
Fortunately, with a little attention and dedication, any student can enjoy a healthy diet for energy, stamina and health. continue reading »
Knowing what to eat before a workout has a lot to do with understanding your body. Only you know how hard you can push yourself and the ideal energy level for giving a workout your best and leaving you feeling great.
Everyone is different – the perfect pre-exercise snack for someone else may not be quite right for you. Hopefully with the following ideas, you’ll be able to determine exactly what to eat before a workout. continue reading »
With so many fast food chains, tempting commercials, and to-go options these days, eating healthy (and affordably) can be a challenge. Employees–especially those trapped in an office all day–struggle with the costs of eating lunch out, getting a good breakfast before leaving home in the morning, and making time to eat a good dinner.
To help yourself stay on track, consider investing in a food diary. Having a food diary allows you to watch what you eat (literally), and your entries don’t need to be anything simple. Here are two pages from my own diary–check out how I got started; maybe it will inspire you to start your own! continue reading »