Health & Fitness Blog

If you’ve ever indulged in a bit too much wine or one too many cocktails, you know alcohol — especially in excess — has some unpleasant gastrointestinal (GI) side effects. Since gut health[1] is important for supporting

Fat[1] plays a fundamental role in a healthy diet[2]. The macronutrient[3] is necessary for cellular growth, supporting healthier skin and hair and regulating the body’s metabolic functions. Fats keep our hormones in balance[4] and help us absorb

Macro-based meal plans[1] have always been popular among strength and endurance athletes, but they’re gaining traction with those trying to lose weight[2], too. Macros[3] refer to the ratio of protein[4], fat[5] and carbs[6] in your diet and

Is what you drink affecting your ability to lose weight? The short answer is yes. Liquid calories play a huge part in our health, and the amount you consume is directly related to your ability[1] to control

Frozen foods have always been nutritious and convenient[1] — especially when you’re minimizing trips to the grocery store. What’s more, freezing perishables you won’t be able to eat before they go bad can help avoid food waste[2].

Staying at home more and social distancing don’t have to derail your weight-loss efforts[1]. In fact, walking is one of the easiest[2] and most effective exercises you can do anywhere to lose weight and improve physical and

Frozen foods[1] can play a helpful role in the kitchen — they’re budget-friendly[2], long-lasting and can help reduce food waste[3]. What’s more, some research shows[4] frozen fruits and vegetables may actually hold in more nutrients compared to