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A variety of food additives in various dishes.
By Michael Dregni
There are thousands of additives — chemical preservatives, flavorings, thickening agents, and more — in our food supply. The FDA simply can’t keep up.
A scoop of a creatine powder supplement.
By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
Creatine is one of the most well-researched supplements available — yet there are many misconceptions that surround it. Learn what's true, what's false, and how creatine could benefit your health.
An assemblage of a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables.
By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
Your health depends on supporting your body with the right levels of nutrients. Learn which ones you’re most likely to be lacking — and how you can best boost your supply.
An aloe vera plant in a pot.
By Kaelyn Riley
This succulent plant can do so much more than soothe sunburn. Try one of these methods to put aloe vera to good use.
Slices of a sweet potato on a cutting board alongside a whole sweet potato and a knife.
By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
Fearful of carbs? Learn why this may be one you want to embrace.
Illustration of a carton of cream, jug of milk, and stick of butter.
By Kaelyn Riley
Because lactose intolerance or sensitivity is so common, we recommend dairy products that pose fewer digestive difficulties. These are the ones we reach for most often.
A bowl of shrimp stir-fry.
By Anika Christ, RD, CPT
Easy to make (and kid friendly!) meals to lessen at-home menu fatigue.
A whole fish laid out on a cutting board.
By Kaelyn Riley
A few simple steps — and a sharp knife — can help you cut a perfect fillet.
A man in his kitchen with a shaker bottle and headphones in.
By Life Time Editorial Team
A little guidance for re-establishing healthy habits and a regimen that fits this new normal — no matter how quickly or slowly you’re transitioning out of quarantine.
A woman on her computer in the kitchen.
By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
Learn how this temporary eating approach could help you determine which foods are best for your body — and which ones are not.
An illustration of an avocado.
By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
Using food to nourish your body is always important, but perhaps even more so during pregnancy. Here’s a look at how I’m fueling my body for the health of myself and my baby.
Spilled bottle of pills and herbs on a surface.
By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
A recent study published in the British Medical Journal reviews the connection between immunity, nutrition, and the novel coronavirus.
Illustration of zinc as a periodic table element.
By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
Zinc may be a micromineral, but its impact on your body is major. Learn nine ways it impacts your health and how to optimize your levels.
Person with honey and a honey dipper.
By Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl
The nutritional power of honey is well established. By buying local, you can support regional ecosystems and your neighborhood bees.
A field of wheat.
By The Life Time Training Team
Discover why gluten is problematic for so many of us — and what you can do avoid it.
A wave of lines going up and down like a roller coaster.
By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
Many of us are at risk of blood-sugar imbalance — whether you’re aware of it or not. Here's everything to know about blood sugar, including the habits you can implement to control it.
Scoop of protein powder.
By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
Shakes and smoothies are great options, but there are plenty of other creative ways to sneak more high-quality protein into your go-to meals and snacks.
Woman pouring cream into coffee.
By Kaelyn Riley
Despite decades of hype, low-fat or fat- free dairy products simply don’t deliver the health benefits of full-fat varieties.
Woman doing a pushup on a desk.
By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
Returning to a work setting after sheltering in place? These five do's and don'ts can help you maintain your health as you transition back into a routine.
Spread of picnic food including kabobs and a chickpea salad.
By Anika Christ, RD, CPT
Enjoy these bright and tasty dishes alfresco — all of which can be made ahead of time for quick serving or grilling.
Illustration of a flame inside two arrows that form a circle.
By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
Can you get stuck with a “slow” metabolism? Should you eat every two hours? Sift through six widely-accepted myths and learn what you really can do to boost your metabolism.
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