There are pros and cons to a diet that’s high in vegetable protein as well as one that’s high in animal protein, so here’s what you need to know about both of these lifestyles.
Protein is the building block of all the tissue in the body and may help to promote the growth of muscle.
There are many delicious “superfoods” that can aid in weight loss while helping you stay healthy, and because many of these foods take little (or no) time to prepare, they’re perfect for healthy eaters on the go.
It’s never good to start a work out on an empty stomach.
Whether you’re a vegetarian or a meat-eater going straight to the vegan lifestyle, there are things you need to know in order to make the transition a smooth one.
With beach season dangerously close, everyone is looking to tone and tighten. But it’s going to take more than cutting back on the sweets and going for a run every once in awhile to achieve the results you’re looking for.
Looking at nutrition labels, you may always see protein, but you may not have a good idea of the role that it actually plays in food as well as in your body.
Making the transition to a vegetarian diet takes the right attitude and the know-how to live healthy without consuming any animal protein.
Whether you’re trying to gain muscle or lose weight, along the way you may have discovered that there are various types of protein out there.
There is a lot of mystery and confusion surrounding the vegan diet.