There’s a right way and a wrong way to cheat on your diet. It’s true that cheat meals can help you stay on top of your goals, but it’s easy to go overboard and undo the progress you’ve made. Learn about the Dos and Don’ts of indulging to avoid mistakes that will cost you.
Ready to make a habit out of healthy eating? Just one month of consuming whole, unprocessed foods benefits your health in a number of ways. Although following a clean diet can be difficult at first, the rewards will be worth it. Prepare for your clean eating journey with this guide.
Cardiovascular exercise is important for strengthening our hearts, lungs, and circulatory function — but despite cardio’s benefits, many people don’t enjoy it. If you’re one of those people, break away from the treadmill and consider your options. In this blog, five fitness experts share their favorite ways to get cardio in without setting foot on a treadmill.
Ready to dive into swimsuit season? Self-consciousness about your body can make you dread a time of year that’s supposed to be about fun in the sun. But fear not – we have a plan to help you prepare for the pool.
Everyone wants to have a healthy brain that functions optimally. We all want to improve our focus, clarity, memory, and ability to learn and process new information. We also want to decrease our risk for depression, memory loss, dementia, and mood disorders. On a larger scale, our quality of life depends on our brain health….
Intermittent Fasting and Calorie Restriction have a lot in common. Both eating strategies work by placing limits on your diet and can be great tools for weight loss. However, there are a number of fundamental differences that can make one or the other better suited for your specific goals. How do you know which one is right for you?
A decade ago, critics were skeptical about the addictive properties of sugar. But new studies are pushing more and more prominent experts to speak out about the legitimately dangerous aspects of sugar consumption and addiction, especially as high-fructose corn syrup has become more common.
If you work in an office, you’re likely to experience stress that can impact your appetite. Stress triggers the release of adrenaline and cortisol that can ramp up your appetite or kill it altogether. The effects of stress combined with temptations like happy hours and potlucks can make or break your diet.
From vending machine buffets to fast food — or even skipping meals altogether — your busy schedule takes a toll on your nutritional choices. You’re not alone in this struggle, either. Research has shown that many of us are simply too busy to eat right, sacrificing meal quality to save time and be more efficient…
We can all agree that eating healthy is the foundation for health, longevity and even performance. What isn’t so clear is how to do it in a world filled with more temptation and less time than ever. So, we decided to ask some of America’s top personal trainers which foods people should be eating more…