What are the Best Meats for Your Body?

Which Two Animals Do Humans Eat the Most of and Least of Each Year? Of the following five animals, which do humans eat the most of AND least of each year? See the correct answer below a) turkeys and cows b) cows and rabbits c) chickens and pigs d) pigs and rabbits e) chickens and cows The…

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What do all diets have in common?

A Health and Nutrition Tip from Kris Simpson Question: What do all diets have in common? Reduction of carbohydrates Reduction of calories Reduction of fat Calories count at the end of the day and the reduction of calories is what all diets have in common. No matter if it’s pre-prepared /packaged low-fat diets like Jenny…

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Nutrition Training Myths

Training Myth: Caffeine Prevents Fat Burning   In fact, it’s quite the opposite. Caffeine increases the amount of fat that gets liberated from the fat cells, allowing it to be more readily burned for fuel. There’s nothing wrong with having a morning cup of Joe, but to maximize caffeine’s fat-burning effects, take it about an hour…

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Exercise Training Myths

Training Myth: Women Shouldn’t Lift Weights One of the most common exercise training myths is that some women think they should only do cardio activities because lifting weights will give them a “manly” appearance. This is prevalent mainly because of female bodybuilding magazines, where the women resemble men because of the massive amount of steroids they…

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Are fruit juices and fruit drinks healthy?

You may have been brought up to believe that orange, grapefruit or other juices are a healthy way to start the day. But consider this: drinking fruit juice – fruit without the important nutritional component of fiber – is the equivalent of dipping your spoon into a bag of sugar. One 12-ounce glass of orange…

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What is the most important healthy-heart antioxidant?

Hands down, Coenzyme Q10.  Co Q10 is used as a powerful antioxidant that has been shown to reduce high cholesterol, lower blood pressure, improve symptoms of congestive heart failure and balance arrhythmias.  CoQ10 protects the body from free radicals and helps preserve vitamin D, the major antioxidant of cell membranes and cholesterol. Recommended dosage:  100…

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