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Tips On Maintaining New Year’s Resolution

Keeping your diet in check and following through on your resolutions is as simple as following these steps.

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Top Snacks For Max Performance!

A healthy diet is sustained by these healthy snacks.

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Nutritional Tips For A Healthier Holiday Season

Five healthy nutrition tips to prevent the diet wheels from coming off this holiday season. The holiday season is a time for family, a time for joy, and for many, a time for indulgence. But if the thought of treats, parties, alcohol, and other delicious (read fattening) Thanksgiving and holiday temptations has got you worried, then think of this article as your prevention plan! By following some of the tips and suggestions below you can enjoy all the delights the holiday season has to offer, without completely dropping your diet plan and training routine. So let’s get right to it, shall we...

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The Difference Between Saturated Fat, Unsaturated Fat, and Trans Fat

Learn what Saturated Fats, Unsaturated Fats, and Trans Fats are, along with which fats are actually healthy for you.

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DIY Sports Drinks

Scared of “caramel coloring”? Looking to save a few bucks? Here’s how to a make cheap, easy sport drink at home!

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Nov 2017

Top Foods for Athletes

These healthy power foods will push your diet, body composition, and athletic performance to the next level. You train hard and naturally want to optimize your look and feel. That’s why it’s imperative to eat the highest quality foods and snacks, every day. Your body, after all, is like a sports car, which means the fuel you use will directly impact its performance. Throw in low grade processed foods, sputter along, and eventually cause system damage. While many athletes know, perhaps instinctively, that they have higher calorie, protein, and carbohydrate needs than the average individual, m...

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Nov 2017

Top Five Worst Thanksgiving Foods

A list of five terribly unhealthy foods to go easy on this Thanksgiving. Turkey day is almost here, dudes. The average person eats 4300 calories and 229g of fat on Thanksgiving Day. That’s enough for 2+ days for many of us. To burn that off, think about this: as a 125lb girl, you would have to run 42 miles (at 7mi/h) or jump rope for 7 hrs straight. As a 200lb guy, you could lift weights for 15 hours, or, maybe you’ll enjoy this more, engage in moderate sexual activity for 30 HOURS. Yeah, good luck finding a girl who’s down for that. Turkey gets a bad rap for making you tired because i...

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The 10 Worst Foods You Ate As a Kid

Childhood favorites that are, simply put, bad for you. Below is a list of the worst foods you ate as a kid.

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The Dangers of Energy Drinks and Alcohol

Why you may want to skip energy drinks and alcohol mixes like Red Bull and Vodka this weekend. You’ve had a long week, so come Friday (or Tuesday, whatever, some weeks are especially difficult) it’s time to get out and head to the dive bar, club, lounge, or maybe even kick it old-school at a house party. While mixing your alcohol with an energy drink might seem like the perfect replacement for some sleep to snap out of your work/school funk, there are several reasons why doing so is more than just unhealthy; it’s potentially deadly. Check out the caffeine content of energy drinks, coffee ...

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The Unhealthy Facts About Fried Foods

Why deep fried anything has no business in your healthy, 1R-Approved, diet. On the not-really-hit-show but personal fave, Food Revolution, my future hubby Jamie Oliver recently looked on as a family ceremoniously buried their deep fryer for a healthier lifestyle. Everyone considers fried foods unhealthy – but what’s so wrong with indulging in some good ol’ Mcdonald's french fries, or a plate of frickles (fried pickles) from the ever-classy Brother Jimmy’s? First, we have the calories. When something is deep fried in oil, it doubles or triples the caloric density. If you submerge any food...

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