When in Rome, do as the Romans do. That philosophy isn’t far off from a trend that many Americans are finding beneficial to their health: the Mediterranean diet.
It goes by many names, but high-intensity interval training – also known as HIIT– has become one of the workout world’s most popular exercise routines. In fact, a survey by the American College of Sports Medicine ranked it as the third biggest fitness trend for 2017, behind wearable technology and body-weight training.
Eating nutritious meals always seems easy until busy schedules get in the way. Your tummy is telling you to grab some food, and fast, but you’re heading to a board meeting, your kid’s soccer game or wherever life takes you. For someone trying to stave off starvation, getting the nutrition your body truly craves isn’t always easy.
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Leafy greens, meat, seeds and nuts are all foods that cavemen used to eat. Back in the day this food was hunted and gathered by our ancestors. While the methods have changed – most people now gather their food from the local grocery store or farmers’ market -- the eating trend has made a comeback. But what about those times when life gets busy and you are dining in a hurry?