Dieting is hard! Like really hard. It hard being hungry and not knowing if you are eating the right things. Then trying to figure out how to make a new found diet a lifestyle that doesn’t seem so depriving, is even harder. I’ve done all the 21 day fixes, smoothie cleanses and weight loss gimmicks.aaa
As a Registered Dietitian and dad working in the sports performance industry, I meet parents all the time that ask me what I feed my kids to keep them healthy and thriving. It’s a very valid question since we live in a world where both parents and kids have fully packed calendars. So, how doaaa
It’s February, and that means it’s time to talk about heart health. According to the American Heart Association, heart disease accounts for nearly one in every four deaths in the United States and is the number one killer of women in the United States, killing approximately one woman every second. The statistics are scary, but the good news is that there are steps we can take to protect ourselves against heart disease.
Over the last decade the term gluten-free has gone from an obscure diet that few knew anything about, to a “buzz” phrase that’s been endorsed by celebrities and plastered over products, cookbooks and magazines. While the term is certainly more popular now than it was ten years ago, the truth is there’s still a lot of confusion around gluten, what it is, how it affects your body and who should avoid it. So, if you’re looking for an easy to digest (no pun intended) breakdown, keep reading, this one’s for you.
Vegetarians have faced a dilemma for ages — how to get a complete, plant based protein that is equivalent in value to that of an animal protein. In an effort to solve this dilemma and offer vegetarians an optimal protein that is plant based, MRM teamed up with the University of Tampa and scientist Jacobaaa