Nutrition

Eat Your: Chicken

When committing to a fitness style diet plan, one of the first things you may be told is to start eating chicken. The baked-chicken-for-dinner-every-night stereotype rings true for many serious fitness professionals…but, it’s not without reason. Here are just a few reasons to eat chicken as part of your fitness diet: One cup of chicken …

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Eat Your: Lengua

Depending on where you’re from, you may not have had the distinct pleasure of someone handing you a taco, telling you that it’s “lengua” then demanding you take a bite without further explanation. The reason for the subterfuge is apparent once you learn that lengua is beef tongue. It may sound gross, but lengua is …

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Eat Your: Pumpkin

In honor of the first week of fall, we’re highlighting one of the spoooooookiest foods around. That’s right, the pumpkin. Pumpkin’s have ridiculously low caloric value and are an excellent source of Vitamin A. Pumpkin seeds are even better for you. A cup of pumpkin seeds contains no cholesterol and provides 12g of protein, as …

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Eat Your: Beets

Beets are more than just one of the best fictional bands of all time. They’re an incredibly versatile, nutritious and tasty addition to any diet. Beets are a good source of folates (which help with cellular division – particularly important if you are pregnant or trying to build muscle mass) and manganese (a cofactor in …

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