Katherine Hyatt Hawkins
The question, “What should I eat to support my immune system?” can be answered with one big word that describes a very small dietary element: micronutrients. Micronutrients play an important role in supporting your immune system. And hey, if a healthier immune system means not missing out on time in the gym or with family and friends and spending less time in the medicine aisle of the grocery store, it’s worth prioritizing, right?
Headed to Miami to thrown down for Wodapalooza or tagging along to show your support? We scoped out some of the best healthy options Miami has to offer to keep you and your squad well fed.
“Single-source macro” is a term we use for foods that have only ONE of the three macros: protein, carbs or fats. Having a list of foods to turn to when you have only one macro you need to fill is extremely helpful
Have you been training harder or feeling a little stressed and your hunger levels are feeling higher than usual? Here are some handy tips to help you assess and manage hunger in a healthy way.
We all know that water is our life. Without it, our bodies would be unable to function, and would eventually shut down.
Some people just don’t enjoy vegetables that much, which makes it hard to prioritize including them in every meal. In the name of all things good and healthy, you gotta eat em’.
The problem with this “eat this – not that” approach is that we are making things much harder for ourselves. Here’s why:
Food does more than just provide the body with essential nutrients and minerals needed for health, well-being and survival.
There are countless different health and nutrition programs available today. Some have great promise but fail to meet expectations, while others are effective but too difficult to follow.