Fitness expert, diet book author, and retired bodybuilder and fitness competitor, Christine Lakatos, offers concise fitness articles –– dieting, food facts, nutrition, exercise, and more –– for those interested in losing fat, getting fit, increasing energy as well as general health and wellness. Fitness Flash includes E.A.M. education, practical application, tips, and motivation.
This final installment brings you the good, the bad, and the ugly in consuming alcohol. Add, "What you drink” to your 2011 New Year’s Resolution list.
Beware: Just like meal replacement bars, meal replacement drinks are used to entice the consumer, via quick-fix scams and false promises.
"Should I have a V8" or any commercial fruit juice or veggie drink? It all depends.
With so many pre-made beverages (sports and other types of drinks) on the market today, what should a "concerned dieter" do?
Avoid weight gain, obesity, and certain health issues: eliminate or cut down on soda – regular and diet.
Our beverage expedition takes a rather disturbing detour, the abuses and future of our dairy cows and other livestock.
From a 5000-year-old Chinese legend, to a popular worldwide beverage that offers countless health and wellness benefits.
Our “beverage expedition” takes you as far back as 800 A.D. and brings us up to 21st century coffee — Starbucks.
Water, the "fountain of wellness," is our first STOP on this "beverage expedition!”
This ten-part series, a "beverage expedition" of sorts, will uncover how liquid consumption affects your weight, health and wellness, for better or worse.
The answer is both; however, it all depends on what’s in your meal replacement bar –– the ingredients.