It’s true that somewhere around 30 grams you will maximize muscle protein synthesis (the process of using protein for building muscle), but that’s not the only reason to eat protein. And, if you eat more than 30 grams in a meal, there are many additional benefits to eating more beyond muscle protein synthesis.
This Turkey & Swiss Reuben uses turkey (a leaner protein source) and homemade low-calorie “dressing” for a healthy twist on a classic sammy.
The addition of chia seeds in this dessert increases fiber (keeps you feeling fuller longer) and omega-3 (heart-healthy). Chocolate Chia Protein Pudding Ingredients Yields 3 servings 1 tbsp coconut sugar or sugar substitute 2 tbsp unsweetened cocoa 1 scoop unflavored protein powder 1 tsp vanilla extract 1 1/2 cups unsweetened regular or vanilla almond milk […]
This fried egg burrito is super easy to make and enough for a whole meal whether it’s for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
13 ways to get more energy so you can power through your workouts, feel more productive, and make the most of each day. No caffeine required.
This tart cherry recovery bowl is full of antioxidants to help reduce inflammation and accelerate exercise recovery.
The Green Machine is an alternative to traditional “sweet” tasting smoothie bowls with more veggies than fruit and a fresh taste of lime and ginger.
If you’re going to unlock all of the real benefits of intervals and high-intensity exercise, then you need to pay close attention to how you apply HIIT training to your life. Don’t fall into the trap of applying this great technique the wrong way. Here’s how to make sure you see the benefits and none of the downsides.
Traditional breakfast waffles get a makeover just in time for brunch. Grab your favorite waffle recipe and make it a BLT.
After 20 years of helping people improve their diets, the “earned dessert” approach might be the smartest formula I’ve found. Here’s why.
A delicious spin on a time-tested classic.
Ditch the mayo and grab your avocados and apples for this high-protein, high-fiber sandwich.
Can your ability to do more pushups prolong your life?
The question might sound like a joke, but science has recently focused on better ways to predict lifespan. And, one study found that your ability to crush pushups might determine if you can fight off cardiovascular disease.
And, it’s not just pushups. The link between bodyweight strength and your health is becoming too hard to ignore.