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The Protein Shift: Plant-Based Options

Every day, you hear people talk about protein: "I've got to have some protein at lunch," "I didn't eat enough prote...

Lessons From An Organic Farm Tour

Here are a few inspirational nutrition lessons IDEA's editor in chief Sandy Todd Webster learned by visiting an organic farm.

3 Top Coaching Tips for Trainers

The fitness and wellness industry is thriving, with an ever-blossoming array of classes, techniques and equipment. But how do fit pros win o...

Ditch the Crunches!

Help participants get out of a core rut with a specialized miniroutine that approaches muscles from different angles while elevating heart rates. Mix 30–second cardio intervals with athletic, in...

Suspension Exercise: The Research

Suspension exercise combines body weight and anchored, seatbelt-like straps to provide an alternative to free weights and machines. Do these...

7 Ways to Win New Members

As the midyear lag sets in, many fitness managers and owners search for fresh ideas to attract new members. In fact, it’s a business imperative: According to the International Health, Racquet & ...

Is Millet as Nutritious as Quinoa?

Question: Is millet as nutritious a grain as quinoa? Can I cook it the same way?

Nutrition Facts Panel Puts Spotlight on Added Sugars

It’s been more than 20 years since the U.S. Food and Drug Administration gave the Nutrition Facts Panel on packaged foods a major retr...

Is Soy Good for Men’s Health?

Men, we’ve got some good news for you: science shows that soyfoods are not only safe, they are a good source of quality protein to fue...

Vegan Moroccan Tagine

Catherine (Sananès) Katz, PhD, was trained as a neuroscientist at Princeton, but today she makes her biggest impact on human health by shar...

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