Nutrition and exercise play an important role in maintaining fitness, social lives, and all aspects of our health. During this long period of social isolation, your relationship with food and exercise has probably changed. On the bright side, things are looking up again! Regardless of how your wellness has been during quarantine, there are some
THE MYTH: Eating cholesterol is bad for you.THE TRUTH: High cholesterol foods can be a part of a healthy diet. Cholesterol, itself, isn’t “good” or “bad”. It is simply a natural building block for your cells, hormones, and more. Your body gets cholesterol in two ways: from foods you eat and from the cholesterol your
Supplements are everywhere. You can find them on the shelves at the grocery store, or stores like GNC and Vitamin Shoppe. You can get supplements as vitamins, minerals, herbs, botanicals, amino acids, enzymes and so on. They are usually marketed as the missing puzzle piece to complete health, peak exercise performance, and optimal recovery. But,
Since the quarantine, we have all hit a bump in the road with our wellness. Not having outdoor space, no gym, and being taken out of our normal routine has done some damage. But just because we have one flat tire, that doesn’t mean we slash the other three. If constant cravings are a struggle
Intermittent fasting (IF) is a dietary regimen that involves eating or fasting on a schedule. During the feeding period, people can eat whatever they want. During the fasting period, there is a total absence of calories and eating. People who do IF might: eat only every other day. eat for a some hours in the
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