Your circadian rhythm is made up of several physical, mental, and behavioral changes that recur naturally on a 24-hour cycle. Every cell in your body follows this rhythm, as it dictates when they’re most metabolically active, when they produce hormones, and when they repair themselves.
Ketogenic dieting is a method of forcing your body into ketosis — the state of burning fat to use ketones as energy instead of relying solely on glucose. Your body only turns to ketosis under specific dietary conditions. You’ll need to stick to the following checklist to craft a successful keto plan.
2018 was truly the year of R&D for Metabolic Meals. Our team spent a lot of time communicating with customers, analyzing ordering trends and collaborating to add more variety to our menus than ever before. This past year we offered over 200 different entrées in total, expanded our gluten-free baked good line and also gave…
It’s important to listen to your gut feelings, but it’s even more important to understand the importance of your gut-brain connection. Keeping your gut healthy is vital to that connection and to minimizing your risks of the mental and emotional impacts of poor gastrointestinal health.
With the holiday season in full swing and 2019 right around the corner, you might be one of the many people around the world who plan to lose weight in the New Year. But if you want that resolution to actually stick so you can see long-term results, you need to stay away from fad diets and start a clean eating plan instead.
Learn how understanding motivation and mindset are the keys to long-term success in this personal testimonial from a woman who underwent a 150-pound transformation journey.
Crafting a good diabetic meal plan — and sticking to it — takes more than just switching out animal proteins for plants and eggs. A good diabetic meal plan consists of everything your body needs to function optimally and to prevent your blood sugar from spiking. Those needs are different for everyone, which is why the “best” meal plan is, too.
To talk about nutrition, we can’t always rely on simple umbrella terms such as “good” and “bad.” After all, what’s not ideal for one person might not be as concerning for someone else, and this holds true for different kinds of dietary fat we consume. If we want to keep it simple, we can divide…
Why do people gain weight during the holidays? Because they eat more. It’s a no-brainer. However, that doesn’t answer the more important underlying question: Why do people go into a flurry of overeating at the same time every year? The answer could be social pressure. End-of-year holidays are socially sanctioned occasions to relax and eat…
Metabolic syndrome describes a variety of chronic health conditions, each of which can increase your risks of heart disease, diabetes, and death. The metabolic conditions most strongly related to age are often referred to as insulin resistance syndrome. In most of them, the body’s resistance to insulin leads to the excessive production of the hormone….