Nutrition Principles for Increasing Muscle Size and Strength – Part 2
Nutritional timing principles for increasing muscle size and strength. These principles outline the best times to consume certain types of macro-nutrients. This will aid with performance, recovery, growth and even fat loss.Types Of Coconut Oil
We use coconut oil almost daily in our homes for a variety of uses. It is edible, so it forms a staple part of cooking in many parts of the world. It is used in beauty treatments. It also helps immensely in hair growth and keeps the skin moisturised. Its anti-inflammatory properties prevent infection from wounds as well.
Asparagus is one healthy vegetable that tends to get overlooked in many people’s eating plan. It’s a shame because it is so very healthy for you. Asparagus is not only low in calories and high in fiber, but it is also an excellent option to help reduce water retention and bloating. Asparagus acts as a natural diuretic in your body, so can help you excrete any excess water you may be retaining. Curious what are the best ways to serve asparagus? Let’s look at four delicious ways to add this to your eating plan today.The Benefits of Berries
The Benefits of Berries: An Author Interview with Sterling’s Stephanie Pedersen – Just in time for cranberries, Writer Sherri McLendon interviews Sterling Publishing Author Stephanie Pedersen about the benefits of berries. Pedersen recently made headlines with her book, “Berries: The Complete Guide to Cooking with Power-Packed Berries,” which offers than 75 recipes, photos and well-researched tips about berries. She is also the host of a telesummit which featured the work of berry experts across the United States.Do Your Sugar Cravings Mean You’re Dehydrated?
Dehydration can cause many problems in the body. One of them may be cravings for sugary foods. This article explores some of the reasons that can occur.How to Create Healthy Eating Tips for Seniors
The nutritional needs of seniors are very different from that of younger people. It is in fact even different from that of middle-aged adults. This is because our bodies undergo a lot of changes as we progress into old age.Malnutrition: A Worldwide Phenomena
Malnutrition, not known to many, does not only refer to poor nutrition due to lack of healthy foods to eat but as well as over-consumption of it. But the focus on this one would be on the former rather than the latter.
As a Registered Dietitian (RD) and Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE), the advice I share with clients includes adjusting their daily diets to be more plant-centric. Research indicates that including more plant-based foods in the diet can be beneficial. Some of the benefits include consuming fewer calories, less fat, lowering the risk of heart disease, and reducing the risk of developing Type 2 Diabetes.Adding Seeds Into Your Diet
Seeds are quite the nutritional powerhouse. They are packed vitamins and minerals such as Magnesium, Copper, Zing, Iron, Manganese and Vitamins B and E. They also contain an impressive amount of fiber, Omega 3 Fatty Acids (the good fat) and everyone’s favorite macro, protein.The 6 Best Nuts to Eat
As one of the quickest, easiest and most versatile snack foods on the planet, nuts should be a staple of every bodybuilder’s diet. They are great additions to breakfasts, protein shakes, breads, baked goods, salads and more and also make a great snack on their own.What’s Sugar Got To Do With Rosacea?
Rosacea is a skin condition with no known causes. Recommendations frequently address lifestyle. I have perhaps oversimplified by dividing rosacea triggers into temperature changes and inflammation. This article covers nutrition to reduce the inflammation.Getting Enough BCAAs In Your Diet Is Crucial To Maintaining Healthy Muscle As You Age
The natural process of losing muscle as you age is called sarcopenia and it can begin in your 30s, and this process accelerates with time if you don’t do anything to slow its progress. The good news is there are two things within your power you can do to slow and even reverse muscle loss with age, They are resistance training two to three times each week, and getting an adequate amount of Branched Chained Amino Acids (BCAAs ) in your diet each day. These two activities combined have been shown to slow the effects of sarcopenia in people well into their 90s.