When you’re trying to lose weight, eating out can be a minefield! Especially when many popular chains make claims that their food provides “fresh, simple, ingredients”. If you didn’t know any better you’d easily think you
According to the US Department of Agriculture, Thanksgiving is the most indulgent day of the year when it comes to food consumption. Super Bowl Sunday follows closely behind as the second most extreme “cheat day” of the year.
We get asked this question all the time, “How do I track my mom’s lasagna, or my favorite oatmeal cookie recipe?” Well My Fitness Pal actually makes it pretty straight-forward and user friendly. But we know that like most technology out there, it’s so much simpler once someone shows you how to do it first! So, if you’re not already using the recipe importer feature, you’ll want to watch these quick tutorials and learn how to enjoy all your home cooked favorites and still keep track!
Intermittent Fasting (IF) may sound complex but this nutrition strategy is actually quite simple. In a nutshell, it involves following an eating pattern that cycles between feeding and fasting.
What should I eat? How often should I eat? How should I structure my meals? Should I eat carbohydrates after 7pm? Should I save all my protein for after my workout? Do I have to eat
Have you ever failed on a diet? No? Well, I’m not gonna lie but we probably won’t be friends! If you’re not making mistakes in this life then you’re simply not living.
If you take part in endurance related activities like cycling, swimming, cross-country skiing or marathon running, you will probably have heard of the term carb-loading (also known as carbo-loading or supercompensation). The more experienced amongst you likely already have your pre-race meals planned out to a tee and longingly anticipate your carb-loading stage as your grueling training program’s climactic reward.