There are two new nutrition trends to watch for this year, according to marketing communications branding agency J. Walter Thompson's 10th annual trend report. The first nutrition trend is "hipster matcha",the Japanese powdered green tea that's been tagged as one of the new health drinks among hipsters. The second trend is "cold-pressed" the new byword for purity and quality (think juices, beauty products and nut milks), So don't be suprised when you hear the phrase, "hipster matcha with cold-pressed almond milk, anyone?"
People argue about carbs, fats, and everything in between.However, almost everyone agrees that protein is important.Eating plenty of protein has numerous benefits.It can help you lose weight (especially belly fat), and increase your muscle mass and strength, to name a fewThe recommended daily intake (RDI) is 46 grams for women, and 56 grams for menHowever, many health and fitness experts believe that we need much more than that.Here is a list of 20 delicious foods that are high in protein.
Have you heard of this popular beverage/meal that are using as a healing aid? It's essentially a broth made with bones of animals, water and vegetables. The collagen released in the cooking process is supposed to help joints heal as well as provide other health benefits.
Many Americans are now living very sedentary lives, especially if they work in an office setting. While it has been proven that sitting all day isn’t good for your body, it can be much worse if you suffer from chronic back pain or even just a stiff back from sitting for too long. According to Forbes, fewer than 20 percent of jobs include any kind of physical activity, and many people spend at least 4 hours each day sitting at a desk.
A few short decades ago, strength wasn’t considered essential to basic health. Jogging and other forms of steady-state aerobics were the default form of exercise for most adults; strength training was a fringe activity practiced mainly by beach bums and strongmen.