Multivitamins are often used to supplement nutrients not found in the diet. But what if you follow a balanced eating plan? Do you still need to take a multivitamin then? The answer may surprise you.
A lot of gym-goers add peanut butter to their workout meals and snacks. And we’ve all probably seen at least one person eating by the spoonful. But is peanut butter really worth the hype? How can it help your clients looking to build muscle?
Nutrition coaching is a growing industry as more people look to professionals to meet their health goals. If you have a passion for food, health, and nutrition, this could be your perfect career. We’ll help you do the research first, starting with what nutrition coaches can earn.
Diabetes is a serious and chronic illness, but it is also preventable for many people. Educate your clients and help them make the best food choices for optimal health, weight loss or maintenance, and diabetes prevention.
A client approaches you and says that they started taking a glutamine supplement. What effect could this amino acid have on the client and the workout? This article explains.
Arthritis is painful, and for some people, debilitating. If you have clients struggling with joint pain, encourage them to learn more about how diet affects inflammation and arthritis symptoms. There are good foods and bad foods when it comes to arthritis.
How can it be that you need fat in the diet to build muscle? Shouldn’t you just focus on carbs for fuel and proteins for growth? The answer is no. Don’t settle for just any fat, though. Choose these healthy fats for optimal muscle building.
High blood pressure is something everyone should be thinking about. Chronic high blood pressure is damaging to health in many ways, but it’s easy to avoid and manage for most people. Diet and nutrition are essential for maintaining a healthy blood pressure.
What’s the difference between a nutrition coach and a nutritionist? Learn more about the different ways you can get involved in the field of nutrition!
Giving muscle adequate time to recover reduces injury and boosts growth. Taking supplements may assist with this process. Here are seven muscle recovery supplements to consider.
If counting macros seems too much like math class, don’t be put off. Macro counting is not that difficult, especially with online calculators and fitness apps available to do it for you. Tracking macros every day is a great way to support a goal to build muscle. We’ll show you how to do it.
L-arginine is trending as a muscle-building supplement, but does it actually work? And is it safe? We’ll break it down for you and show you the evidence for and against this fitness supplement.
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