Protein bars are an easy snack when you’re on the go. Follow these tips to choose one that’s healthy, keeps you satisfied, and meets your nutrition needs.
4 Different Forms of Magnesium: Which Is Best For Your Goals?
Magnesium comes in many different types and forms. To help you find the best one for you and your health goals, a dietitian offers her advice and tips.
9 Health Benefits of Vitamin B12
Vitamin B12 (also referred to as cobalamin or cyanocobalamin) is an important nutrient that your body requires to help optimize brain, nerve, and blood health. However, despite its importance, there's plenty of evidence showing that people around the world are deficient in this essential nutrient.
Which Foods Are High In Vitamin D?
Are you getting enough vitamin D? A doctor shares food sources of D vitamins, and explains why you need them in your diet.
13 Health Benefits of Zinc
According to the Journal of Nutrition almost 45 percent of Americans have inadequate intake of zinc in their diets. Worldwide, more than 15 percent of people are zinc deficient. The problem is very common in Sub-Sahara Africa and South Asia.
Sore Throat? Try These Science-Backed Natural Remedies
Common symptoms of a sore throat include redness, swelling, irritation, and scratchiness. While sore throat treatments depend on the cause, there are several natural approaches to take in the case of viral throat infections.
9 Health Benefits of Coenzyme Q10
Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10), which is also sometimes referred to as ubiquinone, is a naturally occurring antioxidant nutrient required for life.
We Make Melatonin From Serotonin: Here’s Why That Matters
Your body produces the sleep hormone melatonin from the feel-good hormone serotonin. Learn to optimize melatonin production naturally so you can sleep easier.
A Quick Guide to Propolis
Propolis is the resinous substance collected by bees from the leaf buds and barks of trees - especially poplar and conifer trees. The bees utilize the propolis along with beeswax to construct the hive. Propolis has antibiotic activities that help the hive block out viruses, bacteria, and other organisms. Commercial preparations appear to retain these antibiotic properties. In addition, according to test tube and animal studies, propolis exerts some antioxidant, liver protecting, anti-inflammatory, and anticancer properties.
How To Embrace Minimalism In Your Skincare Routine
Ditch the multi-step skincare routine if it's not working for you and go with multi-functional products instead.
The Difference Between Brewer’s Yeast and Nutritional Yeast
Learn the difference between brewer’s and nutritional yeast.
Deactivated yeast is a single-celled fungus that's full of nutritional value. Brewer's yeast and nutritional yeast are both a form of Saccharomyces cerevisiae, and they are commonly sold in health food stores, but they're very different in terms of flavor and nutrients.
Detox With This Apple, Sea Salt, Ginger and Lemon Cleanse
Hit restart with this apple, sea salt, ginger and lemon cleanse!
Ask a Certified Strength Coach: Can You Only Gain Muscle in a Surplus?
While some benefit from a caloric surplus when building muscle—others can increase muscle mass by eating at maintenance or at a deficit. Find out which is ideal for you.
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