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There are specific foods that have been proven to enhance your mood, and luckily many of them are diet friendly too.
Do the words whey, lactose, isolate, milk protein, casein, protein concentrate and vegan protein all have clear definitions for you? Do you know what each one does in your body? If you are lactose intolerant, can you have whey? Is there lactose-free, whey protein?
Food has options, endless combinations, spice profiles, consistencies and cooking methods, but what about that protein shake that is served up every day? How can that be a bit more appealing?
To live fully plant based and maintain a healthy body, it is important to be aware of what amino acids the body needs to function properly and what combinations of plant foods need to be consumed to get them all in the right quantities.
Sherica Holmon is a Personal Trainer, Health Coach and aspiring Life Coach, on a mission to helping the world achieve their full potential physically, mentally and spiritually
For many years, a plant-based diet has been given labels, confusion and an overall bad reputation among the athlete community.
In the world of fitness, a common question is whether both types of protein supplement deliver the same results.
Mia Syn is a Registered Dietitian, host of Good Food Friday on ABC WCIV-TV, and national on-air lifestyle expert.