Bone broth has been used for thousands of years by cultures around the globe. Since ancient times, people have used meat, bones, vegetables, herbs, and spices to create broth and stocks. Beyond that, it can also improve your sleep, improve joint health, and so much more.
What I wanted to cover this week is more based on the universal idea that if you are going to choose to be healthy than "You can’t track what you don’t measure.
Nothing has been shown to more effective in research than a good old cup of caffeine on the night shift. The biggest reasons for these issues have a lot to do with the disruption of the circadian rhythm.
A night shift eating schedule doesn't have to be complicated but with so many unhealthy options available meal planning and proper timing can give you a leg up on your health and fitness goals.
The glycemic index is a value assigned to foods based on how slowly or how quickly those foods cause increases in blood glucose levels. Also known as "blood sugar," blood glucose levels above normal are [...]
What is the truth behind coconut oil? And why you shouldn't always trust the information being presented to you just because it comes in fancy packaging.