Foods containing soy have a lot to brag about: Soy has no cholesterol, protects against poor heart health and tastes delicious.
Vegetables are an essential part of any diet – especially for a growing child.
Sleep isn’t the easiest thing to come by these days. There are often nights when you toss and turn for hours upon end, nights when you’re up late doing work, and days when it seems your bedtime is pushed back later and later.
Your office puts out a birthday cake for a co-worker’s birthday and you begin the battle with yourself to resist the sweet treat.
Vitamin D, also known as the sunshine vitamin, is a fat-soluble vitamin that plays an important role in bodily function.
Sometimes, just working out alone is not enough to get you where you want to be in terms of muscle growth.
Omega-3 fatty acids, found in fish like salmon, tuna and halibut as well as nuts, plants and oils play a crucial role in keeping the body healthy.
Amid all of the things we hear about weight loss, it’s hard to determine what actually works and what’s better left ignored.
Smoothies full of fruits, veggies and protein powder can pack a punch and provide your body with essential vitamins, nutrients and protein that you may not be getting in your daily diet.
When you’re on the go or it’s late at night and you’re looking for a quick snack, you’re likely going to gravitate to something that’s right in the front of your fridge and is easy to prepare.