Soluble Fiber vs. Insoluble Fiber- 5 things you need to know

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.

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Carb-Cycling for Fat Loss- Good or Bad?

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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5 Simple tricks to avoid bloating after drinking protein shakes

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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