The subject of carbohydrates can be complex (pun intended), as they’ve sure gained a bad rap over the years. Many fad diets have written off the food group, viewing all carbs as weight-gainers, leading to many believing that a carb-free diet is a top way to lose weight and be healthy.
Being active and squeezing all you can from life should be at the top of everyone’s list! We all know that being active makes us happier, healthier, and ready to take on the world… But how do we develop a workout habit and turn it into an awesome lifestyle, not a chore?
As raw food diets continue trending with gusto, more of us are reaching for the raw crunch over regular cooked vegetables. The thinking behind raw food diets is that the less processed or cooked the vegetables are, the more nutrients will remain locked in giving us all the goodness we need… but while raw vegetables may be giving our jaws a workout, is it any better for us?
We’re all guilty for reaching for a sweet treat every now and then. When that craving kicks in, you sometimes have to have super-human strength to resist, or look for an alternative option that isn’t packed full of sugar.
Milk – it’s a staple in many people’s diets and one we began drinking around 7500 years ago!
There’s something about the New Year that makes everyone want to be just that little bit healthier and New Year’s resolutions are often focused on nutritional tweaks to lead a healthier diet.
You can't out-exercise a bad diet is a phrase frequently used by Personal Trainers, nutritionists and fitness experts.