Tired? Moody? Gaining weight quickly? It may not be in your head. According to the American Thyroid Association, nearly 20 million Americans have some form of thyroid disease.
- March 11th 2020 , by QNL StaffViews No Comments
- March 3rd 2020 , by QNL StaffViews No Comments
Many of us have been told that eating fatty foods are “bad” for us. However, certain unsaturated fats, such as omega-3 fatty acids - can enormously benefit the whole body, especially the heart.
- February 17th 2020 , by QNL StaffViews No Comments
Diapers. Soccer practice. Algebra homework. Dinner. The duties of a parent never seem to end, and it can be difficult (read: impossible) to find any free time to exercise.
Try out these five fitness tips to help make time to sweat.
- December 11th 2019 , by QNL StaffViews No Comments
In recent years, as the popularity of vegan diets and food sensitivities have increased, plant-based protein powders have been gaining the edge as an excellent, natural protein source over animal-based sources. Among protein sources, pea protein stands out for its excellent nutritional profile, as well as the versatility and protein attributes of the humble pea.
- November 5th 2019 , by QNL StaffViews No Comments
Norwegian scientists believe a baby’s gut may predict whether a child will become overweight or obese later in life.
- November 2nd 2019 , by QNL StaffViews No Comments
Proteins are used to repair, maintain, and grow new cells. Because they are constantly broken down, you need to replace the protein your body needs to function. So, exactly how much protein does your body need?
- July 22nd 2019 , by QNL StaffViews No Comments
Creatine is a molecule found naturally in muscle cells that helps your muscles produce energy during exercise. Many athletes take creatine as a supplement in order to help gain muscle, enhance strength, and improve performance.
- May 4th 2019 , by QNL StaffViews No Comments
Researchers analyzed stool and blood samples from 40 Irish rugby players, and in a separate group, 46 young Irish men. The samples revealed that the rugby players had greater diversity of gut bacteria than the other men. The athletes also had higher levels of the types of bacterial linked with better health.