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  • Food Timing and Exercise With Hypoglycemia

    Food Timing and Exercise With Hypoglycemia

    Throughout the day, your blood sugar levels fluctuate. Usually, you will not notice these changes unless they drop below the normal range. Then, you may start to feel a bit shaky, dizzy, and sweaty. This is known as hypoglycemia, or low blood sugar. Although, hypoglycemia […] Read More

  • Energize Your Day With a Protein-Packed Breakfast

    Energize Your Day With a Protein-Packed Breakfast

    Whether you eat breakfast on the go or are able to sit down and enjoy a meal before your day begins, including protein in your morning meal comes with a variety of benefits. Aside from the fact that when combined with high fiber carbohydrates and […] Read More

  • Keto Cereal: Is It Worth Trying?

    Keto Cereal: Is It Worth Trying?

    Following a keto diet means no more breakfast cereal. Or, does it? Due to a growing popularity of the low-carb, high-fat diet, manufacturers are expanding their keto-friendly reach to comfort foods like cereal. Keto cereal and other keto-specific products are fast becoming a new food […] Read More

  • 10 Everyday Habits That Help You Stay Active

    10 Everyday Habits That Help You Stay Active

    Though it may seem like you need a fitness subscription or at least a home treadmill to maintain an active lifestyle, high-intensity workouts are not the only way to get your body moving. In fact, there are myriad ways you can incorporate movement into your […] Read More

  • Foods High in Vitamin B12

    Foods High in Vitamin B12

    Vitamin B12 is an essential nutrient that we have to get from foods or supplements because our bodies cannot make it. While vitamin B12 is in many foods, certain populations are at higher risk of deficiency. Those at risk include vegetarians, vegans, pregnant people, those […] Read More

  • Home Remedies for Heartburn

    Home Remedies for Heartburn

    Heartburn is a burning sensation in the throat and upper stomach area often accompanied by a sour taste in the mouth. It is caused by acid from the stomach rising into the esophagus and is more likely to occur after a large meal or when […] Read More

  • Home Remedies for GERD

    Home Remedies for GERD

    Even though you may have been diagnosed with gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), this doesn’t mean you cannot enjoy life to the fullest. Controlling your symptoms usually requires a combination of medication and lifestyle changes. While there are a number of things you can do to […] Read More

  • Keto Diet Side Effects

    Keto Diet Side Effects

    The ketogenic diet, commonly referred to as “keto,” is a low-carb diet that encourages the body to burn fat as its main source of fuel in place of glucose. Although it dates back to around 500 BC, in contemporary medicine, keto was introduced in the […] Read More

  • What Are Macro Calculators And Trackers?

    What Are Macro Calculators And Trackers?

    We often think about food in terms of its calorie count. But to better understand the nutritional value of a meal, it might be more beneficial to look at the macronutrient (macro) breakdown of the food instead. While food provides energy in the form of […] Read More

  • Whole Wheat vs. Whole Grains

    Whole Wheat vs. Whole Grains

    Eating more whole foods is something most people interested in improving their health strive to do. But when food labels use terms like whole wheat and whole grains, it can become confusing to know which product is the best choice.  You will see whole wheat […] Read More

  • Farro vs. Quinoa: How They Compare, According to Dietitians

    Farro vs. Quinoa: How They Compare, According to Dietitians

    Ancient grains have taken center stage on the dinner table for quite some time—and for good reason. They are loaded with good-for-you nutrients including fiber, vitamins, and minerals, and are quite versatile. Plus, their high protein contents make them perfect additions to plant-based diets. While […] Read More

  • How to Use Behavior Change to Reach Your Fitness Goals

    How to Use Behavior Change to Reach Your Fitness Goals

    Behavior change is the process of changing certain behaviors like habits to make room for new ones or to give up ones that are not serving you. When it comes to fitness and health, creating sustainable, lasting behaviors is essential for maintaining your healthy habits […] Read More

  • Everything You Need to Know About TBHQ

    Everything You Need to Know About TBHQ

    If you’re someone who likes to know what they’re eating and frequently reads food labels, you may have come across the term tertiary butylhydroquinone or TBHQ. TBHQ is a preservative used to prevent fats from oxidizing because oxidation causes discoloration, odors, loss of flavor, and […] Read More

  • The Difference Between the Vegan and Vegetarian Diets

    The Difference Between the Vegan and Vegetarian Diets

    Although both vegan diets and vegetarian diets are considered “plant-based,” there are subtle differences between the two. While veganism is completely devoid of any animal products, vegetarianism includes byproducts from animals, like dairy, eggs, and honey. Both diets have considerable health benefits and are gaining […] Read More

  • Agave vs. Honey: How They Compare, According to Dietitians

    Agave vs. Honey: How They Compare, According to Dietitians

    When it comes to choosing between agave and honey—both natural sweeteners—you may wonder which is the better choice. Each is a healthier alternative to ultra-processed and refined sugars such as high fructose corn syrup or granulated sugar, but they have different benefits. For instance, agave […] Read More

  • The Best Exercises for When You Have Low Energy

    The Best Exercises for When You Have Low Energy

    Your fitness goals can sometimes get derailed by low energy. If you wake up tired or life’s challenges leave you exhausted, your body can’t perform physical activity at the level you prefer. One way to combat this lethargy is by performing exercises that don’t require […] Read More

  • 8 Most Common Food Allergies

    8 Most Common Food Allergies

    A food allergy occurs when the body’s immune system has an abnormal inflammatory response to a food. Most allergic reactions are mild, but they can also be serious and even fatal. Common symptoms of a food allergy include itchy mouth, swollen tongue, hives or skin […] Read More

  • Why BMI May Not Be the Best Metric

    Why BMI May Not Be the Best Metric

    BMI Measurement Weight Category Below 18.5 Underweight 18.5 – 24.9 Normal weight 25.0 – 29.9 Overweight 30.0 and above Obese You can use this calculator to determine your BMI: What BMI Can Reveal While BMI is only one factor of many used to point to […] Read More

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