We all know dietary fiber is beneficial to us in more ways than one. It not only promotes gut health, but also helps reduce the heart related risks and other chronic diseases. A high fiber diet is linked to low LDL-c and total cholesterol levels and also tends to lower the risk of developing cancers. Additionally, dietary fiber has low GI value and therefore is a great option for controlling blood sugar levels.
Here’s all you need to know about the fiber. Continue reading “Soluble Fiber vs. Insoluble Fiber- 5 things you need to know”
Protein is one of the 3 main macronutrients as we know it. Its role in maintaining healthy skin and hair structure along with aiding in muscle repair, recovery and growth has been well studied.
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The warrior diet is one of the new trending diets that was found by an ex-military man and self-proclaimed fitness expert, Ori Hofmekler, in order to encourage a different way to achieve weight loss among people.
So what is a Warrior Diet all about? Continue reading “The Warrior Diet Plan- Healthy or Unhealthy?”
Did you know, the newer-most despised macronutrient, Carbohydrate; among fitness enthusiasts is not really that big a problem? To be honest, in no situation is any part of the food the bad guy, instead it all depends on how you treat your body and what you treat your body too.
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Adequate amount of protein intake is something that is essential to everyone in order to prevent muscle mass, especially as you age. As inevitable as ageing is, it does not only refer to how the skin appears over time.
Continue reading “Want Anti-Aging Benefits? Start With Whey Protein”
It is one of the age old myths that, if you drink plenty of milk during the growth years, you will grow up to be strong and tall. Not to mention, a majority of the population credits calcium for height in young.
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Women who breastfeed need as much as twice the amount required by non-pregnant, non-lactating women. Protein being the important content of mother’s milk, it maximizes the milk supply as well as optimizes the growth and development chances of the infant.
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Egg whites have managed to find their ways into our menus for over good amount of time now, however, how do we know if it is for the best? How do we know that egg whites are healthier nutritionally over whole eggs?
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Protein shakes can be great option for an on-the-go meal or a reliable protein supplement that helps build lean muscle tissue. But some people find that protein shakes leave them feeling bloated. If you are one of them, these tips to avoid bloating post protein shake intake should help you:
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Bulking up and building lean muscles are two terms that are more often than not thrown around the fitness world. Let us look at what each of the two terms mean.
Continue reading “Protein for Building Lean Muscle Mass vs. Protein for Bulking up-what’s the difference?”