10 Potassium-Rich Foods

10 Potassium-Rich Foods

Protein, iron, calcium, vitamin C – the list goes on and on when it comes to trending nutrients we could all need. Potassium is no exception, as it’s an essential mineral your body needs to function properly, especially when it comes to maintaining optimal hydration and fluid levels and helping with muscle contraction. Fortunately, there … Read more

Good for diabetes, weight loss, etc.

Good for diabetes, weight loss, etc.

If you’ve ever eaten black rice, you may appreciate its slightly sweet, nutty taste, chewy texture, and exotic purple-black hue. However, besides being simply delicious, due to the multiple health benefits of black rice, it is considered a “superfood”. It first originated in China and then spread to other parts of Asia around 10,000 years … Read more

We Busted 5 Running Nutrition Myths

We Busted 5 Running Nutrition Myths

“],”renderIntial”:true,”wordCount”:350}”> It can be difficult to identify what nutritional wisdom is outdated and what you should follow as an athlete. So we asked a sports dietitian: What are the common running nutrition myths we need in retirement? Here are the top five. Myth #1: Eating late at night will make me gain weight Weight isn’t … Read more

Anti-Inflammatory Diets – Benefits and How to Follow

Anti-Inflammatory Diets – Benefits and How to Follow

TOMATOES. EGGPLANTS. BELL peppers. What is all this vegetables have in common? If you guess they all caused inflammationyou would be wrong. Of course, many celebrities who claim to follow an anti-inflammatory diet avoid foods like nightshade vegetables. Tom Bradyfor example, don’t eat (or haven’t eaten at any time) tomatoes, peppers, or eggplant because they’re … Read more