BODY COMPOSITION 101: THE BEGINNER’S GUIDE

You’ve heard about it from people at the gym. Maybe you read up on some fitness or health blogs, and you’re seeing the term pop up. Maybe your doctor is suggesting that you get your body composition checked. Maybe you’re hearing people talk about improving their percent body fat, but secretly, deep down, you’ve always been thinking:

“What is body composition?”

If this sounds like you, fear not, you’re in the right place.

THE 7 BEST PROTEIN POWDERS FOR WOMEN

Protein powders are popular supplements for people looking to lose weight, gain muscle and improve athletic performance.

Although often associated with men looking to bulk up, these supplements are favored by women as well. In fact, many protein powders are now marketed specifically to women.

DOES EATING BEFORE YOU SLEEP MAKE YOU GAIN WEIGHT? APRIL 11, 2018

Although at first thought, eating into the evening immediately brings to mind unhealthy habits. This does not hold true in all cases, however, when feeding with the appropriate foods. Although it is true that large, high calorie mixed meals before sleep may be detrimental for weight management and may have detrimental effects relating to obesity, not all eating before sleep is bad for you.

FUN FOOD FACTS ABOUT AVOCADOS

By: Greenblender

We know that avocados are a nutrient-dense fruit loaded with fiber, healthy omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins A, C, E and potassium. We also know that avocados are among the best foods to help fight stress due to their abundance of B vitamins.

13 MEAL PREP-FRIENDLY FOODS YOU DON’T NEED TO REHEAT

BY MEAL PREP ON FLEEK

Let’s be real. Sometimes a hot meal is just out of the question, especially when road trips, late-night work shifts, and nasty office microwaves get in the way.

But hey, that’s not so bad. You can still enjoy plenty of good food, and we aren’t talking about settling for cheeseburgers and curly fries on your next lunch break.

8 HIGH-PROTEIN BREAKFAST IDEAS

BY DIANA KELLY

A protein-packed breakfast can satisfy your appetite and help you eat healthier all day long. Here’s how to make your favorite morning meals more nutritious and more filling.

According to interesting research published in the International Journal of Obesity, participants who ate a protein-packed breakfast ate 26 percent fewer calories at lunch than those who ate a calorically identical meal with less protein.