Skills/Tools for Nutrition Specialization
It’s been assumed that an athlete’s calorie intake affects the risk for RED-S, but the amount of carbs for athletes may be a greater concern.
A guac habit might be good news for the ticker—making the chickpea pasta recipe with avocado sauce below a win!
Adults ages 18–30 who most strongly adhered to a healthy plant-based diet were on average 48% less likely to develop diabetes.
When it comes to the link between carbs and diabetes, quality matters. Researchers found low-quality carbs increase the risk for diabetes.
You’ve heard of probiotics and likely prebiotics, but this member of the “biotics” family may be new to you: postbiotics.
Remember that spark of passion that led you to your fitness career? Like any fire, it needs tending and nurturing. If the idea of more education elicits painful memories of late-night cramming and pop quizzes, it may be time to reframe, reimagine and rekindle your yearn to learn.
2022 IDEA World convention is a reunion for fit pros from around the world in the “entertainment capital of the world,” Las Vegas, July 20–24.
A study found that food on social media highlighted eating or drinking nutritionally suspect foods and beverages.
A study published in the journal Foods suggests less meat and more vegan meat alternatives might be good for the gut microbiota.
Restaurant items added after the 2018 calorie listing requirements were put in place had fewer calories compared with items served before.
Consuming too many sweetened beverages as a teen can set the stage for weight problems as a young adult, according to a report.
We’re about to show you how to create healthy and hassle-free meal prep supersets to save you time, health and even money.
Foods that have been previously classified as a GMO (genetically modified organism) will have a new symbol for “bioengineered” food.
Babies who drink from heated plastic bottles are likely swallowing high levels of microplastic particles with their formula.
Changing eating behavior is really hard. It’s not just one decision in the beginning; it’s continual decisions about how and what to eat each time we come to a meal.
Researchers found that time-restricted eating resulted in improvements in total body weight and body composition.
Many people don’t give them much thought, but this groundbreaking research shows food additives could upset our microbiome.
Researchers from Pennsylvania State University tested two strategies for how to get kids to eat more vegetables and fruit.
A team of researchers investigated the effects of adding nitrate-rich foods like beetroot juice to the diet of older individuals.
People with high alcohol or high red meat consumption had a 60% and 10% higher odds of developing colon cancer, respectively.