Liquid Versus Solid Calories for Weight Loss


A calorie is a calorie is a calorie The saying, “A calorie is a calorie is a calorie” attempts to make the point that all calories are the same. While it’s true calories provide the same amount of energy regardless of source, there is a difference between how various foods

How to Eat Healthy

Your eating habits have a lot to do with your overall health. The types of food you eat can either prevent or speed up certain diseases. Eating healthy doesn’t always mean counting your calories but it does mean being able to differentiate between good and bad choices. Step 1: Eat

Recipe: Chocolate-Peanut Butter Granola

Granola is an excellent breakfast food or snack that when made with the right ingredients is delicious, healthy and provides your body with all the nutrients it needs to get through a workout or start the day off right. This chocolate peanut butter recipe is quick, cheap, nutritious and delicious.

How to Read a Nutrition Label

Properly reading a nutrition label is a basic skill that everyone who is interested in staying healthy needs to learn. Too often, food manufacturers market an item as healthy when in fact it’s no different than the average unhealthy product on the shelf. Don’t Be Fooled Most of the time,

Protein Supplements Part 2

In Part 1 of Protein Supplements, we discussed the role of protein in the body, the difference between complete and incomplete proteins and how different types of protein supplements can affect you and your workout routine. Here we’ll go over when you should use supplements for gaining versus losing weight,


Differentiating between beneficial and harmful foods is the foundation of creating a healthy lifestyle. Good nutrition helps manage weight, increases energy level, improves body composition and decreases disease risk. Good nutrition isn’t only for those looking to shed pounds. Everyone, regardless of weight goals, benefits from making healthy food choices.

Overview of Sugar Part 1 – Definition & Sources

Sugar is addictive, bad for you in large quantities and makes everything it touches delicious. Sugar is a type of carbohydrate found naturally in some foods such as fruits and vegetables, and added to other foods such as candy bars, sodas and cookies. Like all good things, Americans tend to

Fiber: Soluble vs Insoluble

Fiber is a special type of carbohydrate which the body lacks the ability to digest. Though we do not absorb any calories from fiber, it is an important nutrient which aids in many bodily functions, specifically those in the digestive system. Fiber has been linked to a decreased risk of