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  • Perfect Fried Rice in 5 Steps
    Growing up, having fried rice for dinner was synonymous with “fridge clean-out day,” meaning that any leftover vegetables and/or proteins from the night—or week—before were on their way to the wok. Those leftovers might be pieces of Chinese roast pork, bits of leftover chicken and baby bok choy, gai lan (Chinese broccoli) and corn—but when mixed with eggs an
  • How Gut Bacteria Impacts Obesity, Allergies, Happiness and More
    A growing body of research has shown that the teeming populations of gut bacteria within us have evolved complex connections that can affect our body’s basic functions — from metabolism to sleep to mood. Changes in the makeup of the gut bacteria in the human digestive system have been associated with a growing number of diseases. It’s important to remember,
  • Easy Ways to Jazz Up Plain-Jane Ice Cream
    When it comes to ice cream, I’m what you might call a “goodie miner”—I dig out all of the chunks of yumminess and eat them first—so the more “stuff” in my ice cream, the better. Since I often feel that ice cream makers don’t add quite as many treats as I’d like, I’ve been known to take it upon myself to get the right ratio at home. I just buy some plain ligh
  • Should GMO labeling be a law?
    The GMO labeling debate is hot! This spring, Vermont became the first state to pass a no-strings mandatory GMO labeling law. (Connecticut and Maine have passed labeling laws, but they don’t go into effect until other requirements are met.) Groups in at least 36 other states have efforts under way to pass state labeling bills.
  • How a High-Protein Breakfast Can Help You Lose Weight
    Most Americans get 10 to 15 grams of protein at breakfast, but 30 grams may be the magic number to keep your appetite in check throughout the day and prevent weight gain. New research presented at the Obesity Society’s annual meeting found that women who ate a protein-packed breakfast (30 grams from eggs and sausage) felt more satisfied and ate about 100 cal
  • Do Healthy Chips Exist? Potato Chips vs. Tortilla Chips
    Trying to choose chips that are healthy can be a real challenge at the grocery store. Whether it’s corn tortilla chips or potato chips, there are dozens of chips to choose from. We put two kinds of chips – potato and tortilla – head to head to find out, which is healthier: this or that? Winner: It’s a draw. Surprising as it was to many shoppers we surveyed,
  • Which Peanut Butter Is Best? Reduced-Fat vs. Natural Peanut Butter
    Picking healthy foods at the grocery store can feel pretty confusing. There are thousands to choose from. At lunchtime, or even when looking for healthy snack ideas, it can be mind-boggling to figure out which spread is better for you—natural peanut butter or reduced-fat peanut butter (which is officially called a peanut-butter spread, since it has fewer pea
  • Cherry Recipes Make the Most of the Wonder Fruit's Benefits
    Sweet cherries are here, and because most are grown along the lengthy West Coast the season lasts from mid-May in California to the end of the harvest in Washington in August. Intensely flavorful and juicy, cherries are not a hard sell. But their long list of powerful nutrients seals the deal: they’re rich in anthocyanins (potent antioxidants with anti-infla
  • Is Cottage Cheese or Greek Yogurt a Healthier High-Protein Snack?
    Picking healthy snacks at the grocery store can feel pretty confusing. There are thousands of foods, many touted as beneficial or nutritional, to choose from. We put two popular high-protein snacks—cottage cheese and plain Greek yogurt—head-to-head in terms of nutrition to find out. Which is healthier: this or that?
  • Popcorn vs. Pretzels: Which Is a Better Choice for a Low-Calorie Snack?
    Popcorn and pretzels—these are two salty snacks people often reach for if they’re looking for lower-calorie options or just seeking out healthy snack ideas. And with thousands of snacks to choose from, it’s hard to know what snack food is the best pick. We put these two popular snacks head-to-head to find out: this or that? Is it popcorn or pretzels you shou
  • Pork Milanese with Mashed Sweet Potato
    Pork Milanese with Mashed Sweet Potato In this Italian-inspired healthy pork Milanese recipe, you’ll swear that these crispy pork medallions were deep-fried, when in fact they're cooked with a nonstick skillet and a mere 3 tablespoons of healthy extra-virgin olive oil. While the pork and sweet potatoes are cooking, steam broccoli or green beans and serv
  • White Turkey Chili
    White Turkey Chili This healthy white turkey chili recipe is gorgeous, with flecks of green from zucchini, oregano and green chiles. To keep the saturated fat low, we use one pound of ground turkey and add whole-grain bulgur to boost the volume and fiber in this chili recipe. After all the ingredients are added to the pot, we like to slowly simmer our chili
  • EatingWell King Ranch Casserole
    EatingWell King Ranch Casserole This healthy Tex-Mex King Ranch casserole recipe is typically made with cans of cream-of-something soup. We’ve lightened up this casserole recipe considerably by making a homemade cream sauce and loading it up with veggies at the same time. You’ll never guess that a serving of our version of King Ranch casserole has 300 fewer
  • Eggplant Parmesan
    Eggplant Parmesan Eggplant Parmesan doesn’t have to include layers of deep-fried eggplant and mountains of cheese. This healthy eggplant Parmesan recipe has just enough melty mozzarella between layers of breaded baked eggplant to be satisfying but not pile on the calories and fat. Don’t skip the step of salting the eggplant, especially if you want to freeze
  • Chile-Lime Veggie Noodles
    Chile-Lime Veggie Noodles We love the bright flavor that lime and chile-garlic sauce give to this quick and easy veggie-and-noodle stir-fry. Multicolored peppers make this recipe festive, while the addition of eggs makes it a satisfying vegetarian supper.
  • Ancho-Honey Pork Tenderloin with Cheese Grits
    Ancho-Honey Pork Tenderloin with Cheese Grits In this recipe, roast pork tenderloin is glazed with honey, lime, soy and ancho chile powder and served on top of cheese grits. Ancho chile powder, made from dried poblano peppers, has a mild heat and adds a rich, subtly smoky flavor. Serve with sauteed kale with slivered garlic.
  • Ethiopian-Spiced Chicken Stew
    Ethiopian-Spiced Chicken Stew This spicy chicken stew, generously seasoned with the Ethiopian spice mix berbere, is loaded with tomato and red lentils. Depending on brand, berbere spice blend can be rather spicy. For a less spicy stew, start with 3 tablespoons spice blend rather than 5.
  • Sesame-Honey Tempeh & Quinoa Bowl
    Sesame-Honey Tempeh & Quinoa Bowl Here we toss tempeh with a honey-sesame sauce and serve it over quinoa and shredded carrots for a satisfying vegetarian meal. Serve with sesame breadsticks.
  • Grilled Rib-eye with Tomato Salad & Chimichurri Sauce
    Grilled Rib-eye with Tomato Salad & Chimichurri Sauce This combination is inspired by Argentinian asado (barbecue), where the focus is on luscious grilled Argentinian beef. Serve with warm whole-grain bread.
  • Chicken a la King
    Chicken a la King There's no need to feel guilty over this classic creamy combination of chicken, peppers and mushrooms. Our version uses low-fat milk and flour for thickening to make it plenty rich without all the saturated fat. Serve over whole-wheat egg noodles.
  • The Green Smoothie Diet and Juice Fasting Craze! Healthy or Hype? August 6, 2014
    Vegetable juice fasting and green smoothie diets have exploded in popularity in the past few years. Everyone from authors to supplement companies to juicer machine companies to personal trainers (who want something else to sell) are cashing in on this hot nutrition craze. But does it live up to the hype? And is it really healthy? In today’s post, Tom Venuto
  • 8 Reasons Your Cardio Workouts Aren’t Working July 31, 2014
    So, you’ve started doing cardio to burn fat and get in shape. Perhaps you’ve started running every morning or taking a walk on your lunch break. Or maybe you began using the elliptical, stairclimber, or rower at the gym. Maybe you’ve joined a class. But no matter what kind of cardio you do, you’re not seeing the results you want, and you’re not sure why. Wel
  • What No One Ever Told You About Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS) And What It Really Means July 25, 2014
    I’ve been asked questions about delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) for years, and lately have received more questions about DOMS than ever, so obviously people are fascinated by this subject and many are concerned about the implications. Some people wonder exactly what causes DOMS, others want to know how to reduce the pain, a few want to know how to avoid
  • 30 Things I Learned From 30 Years of Bodybuilding July 17, 2014
    I started training in the early 1980′s and right from the start, I was engrossed with the bodybuilding style of training and eating. I think it’s always valuable to take time for reflection, and realizing this year that I had accumulated 30 years of training experience (including 28 competitions as a natural bodybuilder), I thought you would enjoy a post on
  • The Max Muscle Plan (Tom Venuto Book Club #2) June 27, 2014
    Tom Venuto Book Club #2: The Max Muscle Plan by Brad Schoenfeld. Category: Muscle and Strength. “The perfect blend of art and science in a step by step practical muscle building program.” I first met author Brad Schoenfeld in 2008 at a conference in New York City. In 2012, I received an early copy of The MAX Muscle Plan prior to publication to read for possi
  • Are You an”Active Couch Potato?” June 15, 2014
    “Prolonged sitting is making you fat and slowly KILLING YOU!” In the past few years, newspapers, magazines and TV have been broadcasting warnings about the hazards of too much desk time.  Now there’s a new twist to the story: The newest research says that even if you work out religiously, if you also have a sedentary job and spend a lot of time in a chair, y
  • 5 Tips To Keep Your Portions in Proportion May 31, 2014
    Most of us worry about our weight, personal appearance, and much more. But these are not the only reasons for concern. Excess body fat has profound metabolic consequences, putting us at risk for heart disease, diabetes, stroke, cancer, and possibly depression. Nonetheless, the prevalence of obesity, a Body Mass Index of 30 or more, continues to rise in this
  • The Power of Persistence May 29, 2014
    My name is Bill, and I have always wanted to be the person with the before and after pictures. I can’t believe I finally accomplished a worthy transformation this.  Like so many people, getting leaner and healthier is something I have tried to do many times before; I entered the Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle challenge four times and dropped out every time. T
  • Talking Back to Diet Gurus (Tom Venuto Book Club #1) May 28, 2014
    Tom Venuto Book Club #1: Talking Back to Diet Gurus: An Un-revolutionary and Un-sexy guide to fat loss (kindle edition) by Mike Howard.  Category: Diet and Fat Loss Book Review Mike Howard is one of those rare up-and-coming writers in the small, but growing evidence-based health and fitness community. This is a group of people who don’t make strong claims wi
  • Why Heart Rate Zone Training Isn’t Best For Fat Loss August 18, 2014
    The common belief that training at 70% of your maximal heart rate is best for fat loss is a myth. Let’s look at why… Cario machines in the gym can be set to keep your heart rate in the ‘fat burning zone’. You sit in this zone for 45 minutes and are told the fat will melt off quicker than if you were working at a higher or lower intensity. People like this be
  • 60 Second Banana And Chocolate Hemp Protein Shake February 4, 2014
    Breakfast doesn’t have to be limited to eggs, cereal or porridge. Here’s what I have first thing in the morning – a hemp banana and chocolate hemp protein shake. Ingredients 5 scoops GOOD Natural Hemp protein. An alternative to the ubiquitous whey protein, hemp is a vegetarian alternative. I experienced headaches with whey protein so decided to go a more nat
  • Health Food Versus Health Food January 4, 2014
    Jeff Novick explains who food producers are conning you into buying their products with marketing. Bottom line, if you are buying processed food in a packet there is probably a catch somewhere!
  • 6 Minute Microwave Cauliflower Rice December 30, 2013
    Learn how to cook cauliflower in a way that'll make you actually want to eat it! This delicious 6 minute recipe is an ideal rice replacement.
  • 9 Ways To Burn More Calories Throughout Your Day May 9, 2012
    With summer right around the corner many of us are trying to shed those last few pounds to make sure we are swimsuit ready. Here are 9 weight loss tips to get you going.
  • Commit To Be Fit May 6, 2012
    Noone is going to give you the body you want. You have to go out there and earn it. You have to sweat. You have to suffer.
  • The PERFECT Way To Fat Loss May 2, 2012
    Why most diets suck...and what to do about it.
  • How Much Weight Is It Safe To Lose Each Week? April 24, 2012
    You have started your diet and the pounds are coming off. But are you losing it too quickly or too slowly? How much weight should you be losing per week?
  • No Regrets April 21, 2012
    You will never regret doing a workout. You may not want to do it. It'll be hard work. Your muscles will ache and your brain scream stop. But you won't regret it.
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  • Perfect Fried Rice in 5 Steps
    Growing up, having fried rice for dinner was synonymous with “fridge clean-out day,” meaning that any leftover vegetables and/or proteins from the night—or week—before were on their way to the wok. Those leftovers might be pieces of Chinese roast pork, bits of leftover chicken and baby bok choy, gai lan (Chinese broccoli) and corn—but when mixed with eggs an
  • How Gut Bacteria Impacts Obesity, Allergies, Happiness and More
    A growing body of research has shown that the teeming populations of gut bacteria within us have evolved complex connections that can affect our body’s basic functions — from metabolism to sleep to mood. Changes in the makeup of the gut bacteria in the human digestive system have been associated with a growing number of diseases. It’s important to remember,
  • Easy Ways to Jazz Up Plain-Jane Ice Cream
    When it comes to ice cream, I’m what you might call a “goodie miner”—I dig out all of the chunks of yumminess and eat them first—so the more “stuff” in my ice cream, the better. Since I often feel that ice cream makers don’t add quite as many treats as I’d like, I’ve been known to take it upon myself to get the right ratio at home. I just buy some plain ligh
  • Should GMO labeling be a law?
    The GMO labeling debate is hot! This spring, Vermont became the first state to pass a no-strings mandatory GMO labeling law. (Connecticut and Maine have passed labeling laws, but they don’t go into effect until other requirements are met.) Groups in at least 36 other states have efforts under way to pass state labeling bills.
  • How a High-Protein Breakfast Can Help You Lose Weight
    Most Americans get 10 to 15 grams of protein at breakfast, but 30 grams may be the magic number to keep your appetite in check throughout the day and prevent weight gain. New research presented at the Obesity Society’s annual meeting found that women who ate a protein-packed breakfast (30 grams from eggs and sausage) felt more satisfied and ate about 100 cal
  • Do Healthy Chips Exist? Potato Chips vs. Tortilla Chips
    Trying to choose chips that are healthy can be a real challenge at the grocery store. Whether it’s corn tortilla chips or potato chips, there are dozens of chips to choose from. We put two kinds of chips – potato and tortilla – head to head to find out, which is healthier: this or that? Winner: It’s a draw. Surprising as it was to many shoppers we surveyed,
  • Which Peanut Butter Is Best? Reduced-Fat vs. Natural Peanut Butter
    Picking healthy foods at the grocery store can feel pretty confusing. There are thousands to choose from. At lunchtime, or even when looking for healthy snack ideas, it can be mind-boggling to figure out which spread is better for you—natural peanut butter or reduced-fat peanut butter (which is officially called a peanut-butter spread, since it has fewer pea
  • Cherry Recipes Make the Most of the Wonder Fruit's Benefits
    Sweet cherries are here, and because most are grown along the lengthy West Coast the season lasts from mid-May in California to the end of the harvest in Washington in August. Intensely flavorful and juicy, cherries are not a hard sell. But their long list of powerful nutrients seals the deal: they’re rich in anthocyanins (potent antioxidants with anti-infla
  • Is Cottage Cheese or Greek Yogurt a Healthier High-Protein Snack?
    Picking healthy snacks at the grocery store can feel pretty confusing. There are thousands of foods, many touted as beneficial or nutritional, to choose from. We put two popular high-protein snacks—cottage cheese and plain Greek yogurt—head-to-head in terms of nutrition to find out. Which is healthier: this or that?
  • Popcorn vs. Pretzels: Which Is a Better Choice for a Low-Calorie Snack?
    Popcorn and pretzels—these are two salty snacks people often reach for if they’re looking for lower-calorie options or just seeking out healthy snack ideas. And with thousands of snacks to choose from, it’s hard to know what snack food is the best pick. We put these two popular snacks head-to-head to find out: this or that? Is it popcorn or pretzels you shou
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