The concept of nutrient density, which is a measure of how much nutrition you get per calorie eaten, is important to a healthy diet.
Grab this refreshing alternative for your mid-morning, afternoon pick-me-up or late-night sessions to fuel your everyday needs.
One way to resist unhealthy sweets and foods this festive season is to incorporate more protein into every meal whilst cutting back on carbs and fat.
Because it excludes all animal foods and animal products, obtaining enough protein on a vegan diet takes some careful planning.
To channel your inner Popeye and incorporate more green stuff in your diet, here are six tasty ways to think outside the bowl.
The glycemic index might be a popular concept, but not one that is easy to grasp. It is important to understand this concept and how it can help you make better choices.
If your diet lacks enough fruits, veggies and whole grains, you might also be lacking some vitamins, minerals and fibre.
The foods you eat and the lifestyle you lead have a tremendous influence on the health of your digestive system.
My good friend and colleague Dr. Yanjun, a senior scientist at Herbalife Nutrition, accompanied me to collect botanical specimens.
Here are a few important facts to keep in mind about our misunderstood ally in the fight to stay fit.
Eating a wide range of plant foods will help you meet all your needs.
Sports nutrition is based on a foundation of solid general nutrition which can be applied to anyone: young, old, athletic or sedentary.
Not eating enough fruits, vegetables or dairy products? You’re not alone, and you might be missing out on some important nutrients.
Water is vital for the proper function of virtually every cell, tissue, and organ in the body.
While soy may be the king of plant-based proteins, it certainly isn’t the only option in the market. Here are a few popular soy alternatives.
There is a growing body of research to support the many health benefits of soy. And yet, there is still some confusion about this versatile food source.