Carbohydrates can be a source of confusion for athletes and fitness enthusiasts alike, many of whom believe they should avoid pasta, bagels, juice, bananas, sugar...the list goes on. In reality, people who are physically inactive whose bodies do not readily metabolize carbohydrates may need to take a different approach to consuming carbohydrates compared to regular exercisers and athletes. Here’s some information to help resolve carbohydrate confusion.Read More
Your clients undoubtedly know they should eat whole, unprocessed foods, but how do you help your clients turn choosing whole foods into a daily behavior? The key, argues ACE Pro Justin Robinson, is to develop five keystone nutrition habits that will replace less-healthy habits and ultimately result in better overall health and wellness.Read More
Not all processed foods are created equal. Minimally processed foods are healthy and can make it easier to eat better. Read this guide to processed foods.Read More
Food journaling is a proven way to help people lose weight and keep it off, but many people feel overly burdened by the tedious process of logging everything they eat or drink. Learn how successful health coaches and exercise professionals are combining new technologies with new approaches to food journaling that can dramatically increase clients’ chances of success.Read More
The role of protein is to help repair tissues damaged by exercise, but do you know how or why? Read on to learn nine facts about how protein supports the body during and after exercise.Read More
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