If you're trying to lose weight, or even just eat healthier, one of the first things you need to cut out is that big gulp at the gas station. Fountain drinks can contain up to 49g of added sugar per serving. The worst part about that is that sugar adds a lot of calories but doesn't actually make you feel full.
When it comes to exercising and losing weight, everyone has their own idea of what will work best to get rid of that extra body fat. For some time, it has been commonly accepted that if you want to lose fat you do cardio, and if you want to gain muscle you do weight training. While cardio is important for your cardiovascular system, weight training will actually produce a higher caloric burn than straight cardio will.
One of the many products we have in our Appleways line is our Mini Vanilla Wafers, and they are great for adding to a variety of classic snacks for some extra flavor and nutrition.
Carbohydrates are one of our macronutrients, and it's very important to get the right amount and from the right sources. For some time carbs were viewed as bad for our bodies, and"no or low carb diets" were all the craze.
Breakfast is important, that's something that will likely never change. It's the first meal of the day, and it's a big factor in your energy levels for not only the remainder of the morning, but for the rest of your day.
There's always debate about what's best for you, or what you should eat versus what you should not eat. Granola and granola bars alike have been a popular breakfast item for quite some time, but how good for you is granola really?
We're a few weeks into the new year and that new year motivation some of us had to eat healthy and live better might, must to our chagrin, already be on empty. There's nothing wrong with that, a lot of people try to go too big too quick and expect to see results two weeks in, and that (unfortunately) is just not the case.
Most of us who work nine to five have a pretty similar morning routine, and that routine more than likely includes your morning cup of Joe. Whether you put yours in a to go cup for your commute, or pour a cup in the breakroom at the office, a fair to large portion of Americans have a cup at some point during their morning.