The notion that 5-6 meals per day is ideal originated in the bodybuilder and fitness world. However, most people will be better off consuming fewer meals within a specific timeframe.
The quality of the food we eat plays a significant role in how our hormones function. Nutrients are important chemical messengers that dictate many of your body’s functions, including hormone release. A lot of foods that seem healthy are not as beneficial as they were once believed to be, largely due to their disruptive effect on hormonal balance.
Alzheimer’s is a degenerative brain disease that causes cognitive impairment, personality changes and memory loss. Research is now strongly indicating that low blood flow may be the number one predictor of Alzheimer’s.
For many years, the mainstream view of a gluten-free diet remained black or white: It’s a must if you have celiac disease and if you don’t, there’s no need to avoid gluten.
After 10 years of helping people eat gluten-free, we know that the positive benefits can be life changing even for people who are Non-Celiac.
We’ve spent the past 10 years revolutionizing what it means to eat healthy: chef-crafted meals, delivered to doorsteps across the nation.
Convenience isn’t enough. Solutions and results are now the premium offering.
Real talk: the quest for the ever-elusive “work-life balance” is one of the biggest challenges for working parents. Keeping the family healthy and happy at dinnertime is a stress that can throw off the balance fast.
For a mother struggling with her own serious health concerns, dinner gets even trickier.
If you want to be more decisive, motivated, and effective in everything you do each day, you need to cultivate a morning routine that will boost your BDNF. Fortunately, you can start implementing several proven strategies today to do just that.
If you want to see results from any type of exercise or movement, it comes down to efficiency, mastery of the movement, progression, and commitment to the process. Whether your goal is to improve your lower or upper body, compound exercises put stress on your system as a whole, leading to the best results. These…
Not all proteins are created equal. While all are made up of amino acids, nine of those acids are essential and must be consumed through your diet. Your body can make the other nonessential ones. Food proteins that contain all nine essential amino acids are known as complete proteins, and nearly all of them come from unprocessed…
If you notice yourself burning out from a monotonous diet and exercise plan, or even if you just want to have room to eat more calories every few days, cycling the number of calories you eat on a day throughout your week might help. This approach can prevent your metabolism from getting comfortable enough to adapt. Learn how to “confuse” your metabolism to keep it from settling into a plateau.