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Do you have a protein deficiency?

Consuming the proper amounts of protein daily, you can burn fat and build muscle right away. If you are not eating enough protein, you may experience the following symptoms: 1. You have high cholesterol. If you are likely to replace your foods rich in protein with...

Considering a gluten free diet?

If you’re considering a gluten free diet, keep the flowing in mind. Make healthy substitutions: if you go gluten free by eliminating all grains from your diet, you run the risk that you won’t get enough healthy carbs for optimal body function. Gluten free DOES NOT...

Nutrient Density

Nutrient Density (ND) is a way to classify the amount of nutrients in food, both real and fake. It’s a scale that ranges from 0 to 1000 being the most nutritious “super foods” (such as kale), and every other food falling somewhere in between. What’s surprising to many...

3 Supported Risks of Protein Isolates

 They are denatured – According to consumer reports whey protein isolates contain trace amounts of harmful heavy metals including lead, cadmium, and arsenic or mercury. Long term use of whey isolates increases your risk of chronic low-level muscle and joint pain,...

Foods to Eat to Slow Aging

Green Tea – rich in antioxidants that are known to slow down damaging effects of aging such as wrinkles, sun damage, and expression lines Wheat Bread – what bread is full of selenium which helps with production of skin cells Bell Peppers – contain Vitamin A, which is...

The Brain Gut Connection

Millions of nerve cells and micro-organisms (bacteria, archaea, and aukarya) line the gut and interact with each other to influence our mods and provide other benefits. The microorganisms of our micorbiota are unique to each individual and helps strengthen the muscle...

4 Tips to Keep Weight Off for Good

You've been working hard to lose weight and you want to keep it off for good. These tips will help ensure that you're successful: Add food back slowly – one common mistake people make when they reach their goal is to start introducing all the foods they weren’t eating...

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