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Would people be happier (and healthier) if we could make broccoli taste like chocolate?

Register now for the second annual International Society of Neurogastronomy symposium, which will be held at the University of Kentucky on December 10, 2016 to explore the concept of brain and behavior in the context of food. Among the speakers ...

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What Is Clean Eating?

If you’ve overheard fellow gym-goers discussing their clean eating habits and wondered “What the heck they are they talking about?” then this is the video for you. Health’s contributing editor and registered dietician Cynthia Sass breaks down what clean eating ...

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6 Reasons To Stop Tracking Your Macros To The Gram

As an avid gym goer and nutrition nut, not only do you continually work on improving your health and performance, but also your puzzle-solving abilities. That’s because each night before bed, you spend countless time adjusting food portions to perfectly ...

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3 Protein Bar Recipes For Muscle Growth

Without enough calories in your diet, your perfect muscle-growth workout plan is destined to disappoint. There’s no way around it; you need to consume more calories than you burn in order to grow. Focusing on calories from protein is especially ...

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Low-Calorie Comfort Food Recipes

Certain dishes make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside. You know the ones: mashed potatoes, grilled cheese sandwiches, and of course, just about all pasta dishes. These are often firmly off the menu if you’re feasting in the name ...

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How to Buy Healthy Food Without Looking at the Nutrition Label

Vegan? High-fat? Gluten-free? So many of my clients complain about how difficult it is to keep up with what’s healthy these days, especially when it comes to buying anything packaged. Most aren’t sure what to look out for on nutrition ...

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Are There Really Pesticides in Your Oatmeal?

“FDA tests confirm oatmeal, baby foods contain residues of Monsanto weed killer,” cried a headline from the Huffington Post last month. The article—a republished press release from the non-profit watchdog group U.S. Right to Know—cited a study that revealed traces ...

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5 Tips To Reduce Your Risk Of Foodborne Illness

Prepping foods in bulk has become the norm within the fitness industry. Unfortunately, patience and attention to detail often fall by the wayside, which can lead to frequent dates with the toilet or a trip to the hospital. According to ...

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Why You Shouldn’t Force Yourself to Drink 8 Glasses of Water a Day

When it comes to drinking water, more is always better… right? Not necessarily. Despite being told for years that we should all be gulping down eight 8-ounce glasses a day, the actual amount of fluids we need varies from person to ...

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3 Healthy New Ways To Get Your Coffee Fix

For millions of sleep-deprived people, mornings would be a blur if not for the stimulating power of coffee. Athletes have long known that a cup of joe can help power up workouts, and research shows that coffee has some health-supporting ...

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