Category: Diet & Food

This Grandfather Dropped 45 Pounds and Got Shredded at 43

Matt Scanlon, a 43-year-old steel erection manager from Sligo, Ireland, shares how he reversed his weight-gain from living a sedentary lifestyle for almost 10 years with diligent training and a re-calibrated diet. After 25 weeks, Scanlon cut his body weight down by 45 lbs and slashed the dangerous amount of visceral fat around his midsection.

Eat These 5 Foods to Support Your Immune System

Vitamins and supplements are highly useful tools for a lot of folks looking for some immune system support through cold and flu season and beyond. But they are just that—tools. They are not a foolproof solution to stay healthy. The best way to achieve that goal, and support a strong immune system, is by packing

The Best Easter Hot Cocoa Bombs On Etsy

Hot cocoa bombs for Easter? Why not! Easter is all about the sweet stuff, and let’s face it – this early into spring, the mornings and evenings are often still cold enough to crave a mug of hot chocolate. This year, add a little something special to your Easter baskets with hot cocoa bombs designed

The Rock Just Shared His Favorite Post-Workout Protein Shake Recipe

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson regularly posts updates from his home gym showing off his epic workouts and sharing his advice for staying motivated while pursuing your fitness goals. And perhaps unsurprisingly given the results he achieves, he also knows a thing or two about supporting your progress through nutrition. As the training in his months-long

Baked Oatmeal Is Basically Cake for Breakfast

Bored with your go-to breakfast these days? Have cake. No, really. Baked oatmeal is the latest TikTok recipe to go viral, and it’s basically an excuse to eat cake for breakfast. Not only are TikTokers sharing a variety of baked oatmeal recipes, from blueberry and birthday cake to lemon and strawberry bake oatmeal, but the

These Are the 7 Most Delicious Kinds of Apples

Maybe this isn’t a surprise to you, but apples are one of the best fruits you can eat. They’re high in fiber, have about 100 calories per fruit, and are easy to eat on the go. Plus, they are super versatile, so you can eat them on their own, fresh or dried, or mixed with