Taste: Good or Bad…

“The first law of dietetics seems to be: if it tastes good, it’s bad for you.” Isaac Asimov (1920 to 1992) Isaac Asimov was an American author and biochemist, a highly successful and prolific writer of science fiction and of science books for the layperson. He wrote or edited about 500 volumes, of which the… Read More

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Lost…

“I have been on a diet for two weeks and all I have lost is two weeks.” Totie Fields (1930 to 1978) Born Sophie Feldman in Hartford, Connecticut, Totie Fields was a Jewish-American comedian who started singing while still in high school, taking the stage name of Totie Fields. Fields gained fame during the 1960’s… Read More

Reviewing Dietary Assessment Methods in Military & Veteran Populations

Research Paper Title Dietary Assessment Methods in Military and Veteran Populations: A Scoping Review. Background Optimal dietary intake is important for the health and physical performance of military personnel. For military veterans, the complex nature of transition into civilian life and sub-optimal dietary intake is a leading contributor to the increased burden of disease. A… Read More

The Best Pre-Workout for Pump: Meals and Supplements

Preparing for a workout includes adequate nutrient replenishment.  Not only is it important to have a quality last pre-workout meal, but it is imperative to eat in a right way for at least the previous 24 hours and longer before the workout as well as take the right supplements. The pre-workout ritual can make the… Read More

Could Nutrient Pods Tackle Poor Diet?

Tiny particles packed with vital nutrients could provide a better way of delivering supplements to individuals at risk of malnutrition. The particles protect their contents from moisture and resist heat during cooking before breaking down in the stomach. It is estimated that some two (2) billion people globally have nutrient-deficient diets. This is the leading… Read More

What is a Warrior Breakfast?

Soldiers are being encouraged to start the day with healthier meals to boost them for early morning exercise. Defence contractor Aramark has created the new menu in collaboration with HQ Regional Command. The so-called warrior breakfast includes options such as smoothies plus yogurt and fruit – while snacks such as avocado on toast are available… Read More

7 Tips to Beat Fatigue from Outdoor Fitness Training

There is nothing quite like an outdoor fitness exercise. You get up, enjoy a fresh breeze, and, more importantly, you work up quite a sweat. Exercise is very important, and it is something that will significantly improve your quality of life. Your mood will improve as your body starts making an effort, and in the… Read More