Overweight people who ate fewer carbohydrates and increased their fat intake had significant improvements in their cardiovascular disease risk factors.
Smoothies are versatile, fill of veggies, fruits, yogurt, milk and more. But are you taking in more calories than you think you are?
Be it eating less meat, cleaner meat, or plant-based meat, we can still get the nutrients we need — and more — if we take a step back from the practices that are harmful to animals, humans and the climate.
This is the perfect breakfast burrito recipe for people on-the-go, large families and vegetarians. Delicious and packed with protein and healthy fats!
Chances are, there's probably a coffee shop within five minutes of where you are currently located. It seems like everyone drinks it — with creamers, syrups and plenty of caffeine. But what exactly does it do to your body and how much is safe to drink?
While the popular keto diet is seen as a good way to lose weight, it can cause more harm than good if not done properly. Listen to nutritionist Francine Blinten, CCN, CNS, break down the pros and cons of keto.
We can all learn from Olympic athletes' nutrition habits. From staying consistent to avoid fad diets, their advice comes from experience.
At Performance, we take recovery days (and recovery itself) very seriously. But there’s an aspect of recovering after a workout that is often left out of the conversation: your meals.
Registered dietitian Jacqueline Ballou Erdos explains how a plant-based diet, if executed properly, can make a huge impact on your heart health, blood markers and overall health. From increasing energy to reducing risk of disease, a plant-based diet can go a long way.