Importance of Nutrition and Aging
Being healthy delays the aging decline. But, eventually, the decline happens. Exercise is truly the number one factor to keep you young and full of vitality. A body that stays [...]
The Best Food Sources to Help You Maintain Energy
It's a busy world we live in. With the many social platforms and non-stop pace of fitness I sometimes find myself working 12, 18 and even 20 hour work...
An Australian Man Lost 53 Pounds In 78 Days By Eating Nothing But Potatoes
Photo via Spudfit.com It might be the most boring diet of all time. No fancy juices or exotic superfoods or celebrity spokesmen. Just good old-fashioned potatoes, every meal [...]
Do B Vitamins Actually Improve Your Performance?
Vitamins are an important part of any diet. They assist your body in a variety of ways to ensure it is functioning properly and regularly. Consuming...
Got (Almond) Milk? How 6 Popular Milk Alternatives Measure Up
We all remember the famous ads from days past, our favorite athletes smiling below white milk mustaches and big letters questioning us, "Got Milk?" Well if those same ads ran [...]
Three Healthy Nutrients You Know Little or Nothing About
While many of us can spout off information about healthy nutrients such as Vitamin C, calcium and Vitamin D, some of the lesser known vitamins and...
4 Best Supplements for Football Players
Not all sports are created equal. Football, for instance, is among the most physically demanding. To be their best on the field, football players tend to require more supplements than [...]
How a Vegetarian Diet Can Improve Your Performance
Many athletes turn to a plant-based diet to decrease their risk of chronic diseases like cancer, diabetes and heart problems. Some professional athletes have found that, when done correctly, a [...]
Top 10 Muscle-Building Foods
Thousands of athletes across the country spend hours every day putting in the grueling physical labor necessary to catapult themselves onto the national stage. But when it comes to the [...]
Need a quick, inexpensive source of protein? Eat an egg. One egg has just 75 calories and provides six grams of high quality protein. It’s also packed with iron, zinc, [...]