While people generally need varying levels of protein based on their body composition, weight and daily activities, if you’re gearing up for a big fitness competition or trying to bulk up a little, it’s guaranteed that you’ll want to eat a good amount of high-quality protein each day.
In most areas of life, routine can get pretty stale.
Though holiday traditions are many and diverse, having an abundance of sweets seems to be part of everyone’s holiday celebrations.
Chocolate and peanut butter are a delicious pair, but so are chocolate and banana.
The spicy and sweet mixture of spices known as chai has long been used in places like India, Bhutan and Myanmar.
The journey of 70.3 miles begins with a single sip… Ha! So, I’ve got a LOAD of training ahead of me. I mean, I’ve just finished my 2013 season by meeting my first ever fitness goal of completing the Gulf Coast Half Marathon Series. Three 13.1′s along the Gulf of [...]
If you’re a full-breakfast kind of person but you just don’t have time to whip up omelets, French toast, cinnamon-apple oatmeal and fresh-squeezed orange juice on weekday mornings, you’ll have to settle for something simpler but still filling.
Halloween is upon us, and that means candy galore. But if you’re health-conscious and have a major sweet tooth, you can feel conflicted about the ingredients on the back of the candy bar – if you can’t pronounce it, can it really be safe to eat?
It’s good practice to consume protein within an hour of working out to help your muscles repair themselves, especially after lifting heavy weights. But during flu season, it’s also important to give yourself an immunity boost.
Football is a very American sport. In fact, in other parts of the world, it’s called “American football” to distinguish it from the football played with the feet – also known as soccer.