Anti-inflammatory diets can help avoid life-threatening diseases by helping your body initiate the natural healing process.
The food you eat impacts a variety of body functions, changes your moods and affects performance. Eating better will help you feel and move better.
Francine Blinten started her career in the corporate world, but through motherhood, she discovered her passion: nutrition.
Dr. Doris Calloway was a pioneer in food science, producing key research on reproductive nutrition, food preservation, malnutrition and dietary standards. She was a researcher, educator and mentor, and left a lasting legacy on the world of nutrition and public health.
In the first part of our three-part introductory series on nutrition, we examine the relationship between stress and food.
Here’s a guide to our pantry staples that will give you the tools you need to eat healthy and make delicious meals this year.
Many nutrition resolutions set us up to fail from the start. So if you’re looking to lose weight in 2021, consider this.
Our TPI Certified professionals love the game of golf. They are fascinated with the game and the way it affects the body. They are constantly researching ways to improve a golfer’s swing, and part of that research includes exploring how nutrition affects the body. Here is an article on how superfood nutrition can give a someone an edge on the golf course that our experts recommended to their clients — and now want to share with you, too.
Working from home means eating lunch is a whole different ballgame: cooking can get boring, or you can run out of ideas. Here are some tips and tricks to combat that boredom and find new ways to enjoy your lunch.
Have you been hearing how antioxidants are linked to immunity more recently? Check out this article and educate yourself about how antioxidants work to naturally boost your immune system and keep you healthy. It is one of the easiest ways backed by science to naturally boost your immune system in these uncertain times.