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One Simple Tip For Portion Control

When fat loss is the goal, feeling hungry between meals may usually be an initial symptom. Although, to be successful with long-term fat loss, we need strategies that help manage that hunger. Here’s why whey protein (assuming you don’t have a sensitivity to it) can help.  the research Researchers from Perth, Australia examined how four different types of … Continue reading One Simple Tip For Portion Control

A Primer on Muscle Soreness

Should you train a muscle group or lift when you’re still sore from your last workout? If so, should that training be different? If you’re not sore from a workout, does that mean the workout was ineffective?  For many people, getting sore is something we’ve associated with a productive workout, although there's more to understand about … Continue reading A Primer on Muscle Soreness

Why Your Beliefs About Exercise Matter

We all know exercise is great for us. But did you know that your mindset about exercise can make a big difference in how it affects you? Genetic Truths? A recent study in the prestigious scientific research journal, Nature, showed that when people were told they have genes that predispose them to respond poorly to exercise, their bodies start to respond … Continue reading Why Your Beliefs About Exercise Matter

6 Tips for Eating Out

Restaurants can present numerous challenges for those of us looking to maintain our healthy eating habits. Everything from the lighting to the size of the plates in restaurants can psychologically alter our eating habits.  You also have no control over how the food is cooked; the chef could be using a huge amount of cooking … Continue reading 6 Tips for Eating Out