Did you know that every cell in your body contains magnesium (Mg) and needs it to function efficiently? So, where can magnesium be found, how does it work, and how can you incorporate adequate amounts into your diet?
Add some color to your life by eating a variety of fruits and vegetables every day. Each color contains different vitamins and minerals necessary to live a healthy life.
Caffeine can be a great energy boost, but as we all know too much of a good thing can be a bad thing. So, how much is too much?
The ketogenic diet, also known as the keto diet, is skyrocketing in popularity. This diet is very low in carbohydrates, and high in fat.
Protein is front and center in the media and grocery shelves. With every cell in the body using protein, it’s an obvious highlight for balanced nutrition.
Things we often need reminding of is drinking water, eating more fruits and vegetables, choosing lean meats and limiting added sugars. We need constant reminders to include these items. Perfect timing, because it’s National Nutrition Month.
Spring break is nearly here! Will your nutrition be on break as well? Traveling through airports or on road trips possess a few nutritional speed bumps.
Have you ever stopped and realized just how many honey and honey products your local market supplies? I did the other day and began to question the benefits and origin of the golden liquid that’s been around for hundreds of millions of years.
Do you supplement? How do you choose or pick? Is there an effective way to become informed? Some may not realize that the government does not evaluate or review common supplements on market shelves. You must do your research, ask questions, learn what drug interactions could occur when supplementing and be informed of banned products.
One of the easiest ways to stay on track with your nutrition is to know adequate portions for serving sizes. We often eat more than we realize.
Modifying dietary habits, engaging in exercise, and avoiding substance abuse may help you decrease your chances of impaired cardiovascular function.
Many factors can come into play when trying to create nutritional balance such as stress, knowledge, availability, finances, injuries, medical conditions, and even seasons of life.