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How to Count your Macros and Get More out of Your Meal Plan
August 21 2018
Knowing how to count macros will make it easier for a person to lose weight, gain muscle, or meet any other fitness goals. The key to proper macro counting is understanding how macronutrients work and getting into the habit of recording each meal.
Homemade Oat Milk Recipe + Benefits
August 7 2018
Many people are on the lookout for an alternative to dairy milk without the fuss and expense. Oat milk is just the thing! All it takes is a couple of ingredients and 10 minutes for healthy, delicious, easy-to-make oat milk. Check out the recipe and enjoy the benefits!
Whey Protein and Blood Sugar
August 2 2017
Whey protein ingestion has been shown to reduce feelings of hunger and promote satiety making it a valuable aid in weight loss programs. Whey protein during weight loss has also been shown to preserve lean body mass.
The Difference Between Brewer’s Yeast and Nutritional Yeast
August 29 2017
Learn the difference between brewer’s and nutritional yeast.
Deactivated yeast is a single-celled fungus that's full of nutritional value. Brewer's yeast and nutritional yeast are both a form of Saccharomyces cerevisiae, and they are commonly sold in health food stores, but they're very different in terms of flavor and nutrients.
Homemade Baby Wipes
February 16 2018
It's easy to make baby wipes at home.
9 Natural Ways to Enhance Your Mind
June 15 2018
Nootropic is a term used to describe so-called “smart drugs” or “smart supplements” that can improve cognitive function.
L-Carnosine: An Underutilized Dietary Supplement
October 13 2017
Carnosine is a naturally occurring molecule composed of two amino acids, histidine and alanine. As a dietary supplement, it has been available for years. However, it is not nearly as popular as it should be based on the existing science. Carnosine functions in “excitable” tissues, such as muscle and nerve tissue, and reaches high concentrations in skeletal muscle. In these tissues it is critically important in maintaining the proper pH and electrical charge.
4 Cruelty-Free Makeup Options to Create a Gorgeous Look
August 20 2018
Beautiful lipstick, full-coverage foundation and other great cruelty-free cosmetic choices do not have to come at the cost of animal testing. Many quality companies still refuse to test their products on animals today. Azèlique provides cosmetic options that one can feel good about in terms of following ethical standards while still seeing incredibly high-quality results from makeup.
7 Natural Supplements for Prostate Health
August 17 2018
The prostate gland is crucial to men’s health. In fact, the word itself, is Greek in origin and defined as “one standing before” or “protector”. Positioned between the bladder and the colon, the prostate's main function is to secrete a clear, alkaline fluid to help transport sperm during ejaculation. The alkalinity helps to neutralize the acidity of the vagina, protecting the sperm and increasing the chance for fertilization to occur.
How to Choose and Use Vitamin C Serum
August 16 2018
Vitamin C has become a buzzword in skincare lately, being touted as a super ingredient that helps your skin to turn back the hands of time. But what does this ingredient really do, and how well does it work?
Boost Energy Levels With Keto Fat Bombs
August 15 2018
When people are on the ketogenic diet, they aim to eat a lot of fat, a moderate amount of protein and almost no carbs. This macronutrient ratio encourages the body to go into ketosis where fat cells are supposedly burned for energy. Those on the keto diet often find that it is tricky to get enough fat into their diet simply by eating three meals a day. People dealing with this issue have come up with the idea of a keto bomb to solve their problem.
How to Find Non-GMO Beauty Products
August 14 2018
Non-GMO simply refers to organisms that have not been genetically modified in any way. In the U.S., more than half of the soybean crops are genetically modified, along with a large percentage of corn and cotton. They have been since the late 90s when farmers started using GMOs in food crops.
Dairy-Free Superfood Lattes: Alternatives to Coffee
August 13 2018
A latte is simply coffee with milk. Lattes have twice the caffeine as a traditional coffee. Most people drink lattes for the extra boost in the morning that a regular cup of coffee cannot provide. An individual who doesn’t want to drink milk or can’t drink milk often stays away from lattes. However, lattes can be made dairy-free. Dairy-free means substituting products that don’t include milk, such as coconut or rice.
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