Do you really need eight glasses of water every day? Do you really need to carry bottled water around like it was an extension of your arm? Here are the facts about ten common myths about hydration.
Pea protein is the king of plant-based proteins. If you haven't tried it, you might consider making it a staple in your kitchen for help with your muscle gains! No more skinny vegans and vegetarians because they can do a serious animal-free protein bulk!
Fifty years after the fact, papers reveal that Harvard University researchers were bribed with $6500 by the sugar industry to say that fat caused heart disease. The bribes are thousands of times larger now.
Has your vegetarian baby grown into an active preschooler, or are you hoping to go vegetarian now, together with the rest of your family? Here's how to make sure your child is getting all the nutrients they need.
Vitamin D is a fat soluble nutrient commonly known for its functions in calcium metabolism, thereby assisting in the management of bone health. However, it is essential to understand that this nutrient is actually a hormone that helps with weight loss.
It's time to stop the ups and downs of dieting. Don't diet! There are simple food adjustments you can make that allow you to eat out, drink, and just enjoy the social aspect of eating. Plus, you improve your physical health and lifestyle habits forever.
October is the right time to pickle things we’ve grown over the summer. In this article, we’ll talk about different benefits of cabbage, both fresh and fermented.
If you take the time to read the food labels, you will find this ingredient is listed very often. Then again some respected healthy food brands are stating they are "Carrageenan free". So what is the truth? Is this food additive safe?
If you're dieting, you don't have to live on steamed chicken and wholegrain rice alone. Find out why planned cheating has been found to boost your weight-loss.
So, your teenager has just informed you that they are ditching meat and becoming a vegetarian? As a parent, you want to see your child thrive, so do you have anything to worry about?