In today's fast-paced world, where the demands of school, work, and daily life seem never-ending, it's easy to overlook the importance of nourishing our bodies with healthy, balanced meals. Yet, the food we consume plays a pivotal role in our energy levels, concentration, mood, and overall well-being. Whether you're a parent ensuring your kids thrive at school or an individual striving to excel at work and manage the demands of life, understanding and prioritizing balanced meals is key to achieving success. Imagine your body as a machine, and food as its fuel. Just as a car needs the right type...
Let's talk about B Vitamins! You've probably heard of Vitamin B12 as it is a popular supplement for energy. Or maybe biotin (B7) which is often used for healthy hair, skin, and nails. Did you know that there are 8 B vitamins in all?
What does breakfast look like for you? Eggs? A muffin or protein bar on the go? Or maybe non existent? While breakfast is often referred to as the most important meal of the day, only about 44% of people eat breakfast every day.
Congratulations mama, your baby is finally here! Your body just spent 9 to 10 months growing a human or maybe two, that's a big deal! Regardless of how your baby entered the world, labor and birth put a tremendous amount of stress on your body. While shedding the baby weight might be your top priority, recovering and nourishing your body with quality food after giving birth is way more important.
Not eating enough before working out can hinder your performance and leave you feeling dizzy, lightheaded, nauseous, and tired. Failing to fuel back up after a workout can leave your body unable to properly recover, cause extreme fatigue, and possibly low blood sugar. So what should you eat before and after your workouts?
Whey protein powder is a dehydrated form of protein that can be mixed with water or other liquids to make shakes, smoothies, or other foods such as protein pancakes. Protein powder is intended to act as a convenient, portable, and protein-rich food source. Specifically, whey protein is derived from cow’s milk and, as with all animal sources of protein, has a complete amino acid profile.