Is breakfast really the most important meal of the day? Maybe, maybe not. But it is important if you have weight or fat loss or sports performance goals. For busy people, breakfast often gets ignored or even turned into a take-out nightmare. Here are three great solutions for that problem!
Caffeine is the world’s most widely consumed psychoactive substance. There’s little argument about that. There are, however, many questions still to be answered about how caffeine effects the brain. Recent research seems to show that regular caffeine use may change the physical structure of the brain, at least temporarily.
We’ve all heard the old adage “you are what you eat.” But what if you’re also what you ate as a child? Can children’s diets continue to affect them throughout the rest of their lives? Is it possible that excess fat and sugar in a child’s diet can change their microbiome for the worse?
Everyone who is trying to eat healthy probably eats chicken. For many of those people, eating chicken gets really boring, really fast. So here are some low-carb, crock pot chicken recipes that you won’t get sick of eating! Delicious, simple to make and even a little exotic! So go ahead, eat well and eat healthy. Enjoy chicken again!
We know that nutrition and brain health are inexorably linked. Multiple research studies have clearly shown this to be true. Fruits, vegetables and healthy fats all have a positive impact on cognitive health. But can wine and cheese really be the latest brain-boosting foods to add to that list?
For American football fans, it’s that most wonderful time of the year! The Super Bowl! For many Americans, it’s also the super bowl of snack foods. Here are some snack foods that are Super Bowl-worthy and won’t destroy your resolution to eat healthier and lose weight!
We know that when expecting mothers eat well and exercise, it has a positive impact on baby’s health. But what about dad’s food and activity habits? What impact do they have on the health of his kids? The answers to those questions might surprise you.
Parkinson’s disease is a devastating neurodegenerative disease. It effects coordination and motor control, making activities as simple as walking very difficult. Eventually, it can even lead to depression and anxiety in those afflicted with it. But could some simple dietary changes delay or prevent the onset of Parkinson’s?
Avocados aren’t exactly every-day fare for most Americans. Most people think of guacamole and other Mexican or Southwestern dishes in relation to them. They’re far more versatile than that, however, and new research suggests that finding more ways to get them in our diets may benefit gut health.
Vitamin D is an essential micronutrient for humans. Called the “sunshine vitamin,” it’s a building block of strong bones and involved in a number of processes. Recent research has also identified it as important to the immune system, particularly in the fight against COVID-19 coronavirus.