Nutrition Resources

Why Rest & Recovery is Crucial for Muscle Building

Why Rest & Recovery is Crucial for Muscle Building

In the pursuit of muscle growth, many people focus intensely on a fitness routine and often overlook a key component of the equation: rest and recovery. While consistent training with progressive overload is essential for muscle building, rest and recovery are equally...

The Important Link Between Gut Health and Metabolism

The Important Link Between Gut Health and Metabolism

The human gut, once thought of merely as a digestive organ, is now recognized as a complex ecosystem and home to trillions of microorganisms that play an important role in regulating many important physiological processes. Research has exploded over the past few years...

Take These Four Steps to Reach your Health Goals in the New Year

Take These Four Steps to Reach your Health Goals in the New Year

As we usher in 2024, many of us set our sights on self-improvement, with one of the most common resolutions being to prioritize health and fitness. However, more often than not, lofty goals are set aside by the time February hits. Why do health plans fall off? While...

How to Prevent an Afternoon Energy Crash

How to Prevent an Afternoon Energy Crash

Does it feel rare to have a day when your energy feels high and stays high? An afternoon slump is a common phenomenon that most adults experience, especially with age. While that second or third cup of coffee is typically the answer for most, there are ways to prevent...

Use These 3 Mindset Tools to Improve your Health

Use These 3 Mindset Tools to Improve your Health

It is a longstanding myth that motivation alone can power our every decision. Motivation is often fleeting and quite honestly, exhausting, when it’s the only strategy for pushing you towards your goal. The brain needs more than a pep-talk to create healthy,...

How Much Protein do you Actually Need?

How Much Protein do you Actually Need?

For a majority of people, a healthy diet consists of a mix of macronutrients including carbohydrates, protein and fat. While each macronutrient has a capacity to generate energy in the body, they each carry out slightly different roles at a cellular level. Perhaps the...