Intermittent Fasting, or IF, is a popular diet plan where individuals eat only during specified periods of time per day. A recent study, published in JAMA Internal Medicine concluded intermittent fasting does not promote weight loss in individuals considered clinically overweight or obese. Its findings was also inconclusive regarding the practice’s potential for weight … [Read more...] about Study shows IF doesn’t promote weight loss
When going on a camping trip, you want to pack food that’s not only portable, but healthy. Natalie Allen, a registered dietitian and clinical assistant professor of biomedical sciences at Missouri State University, explains to Everyday Health why you should bring along protein-packed items. … [Read more...] about What types of food are good for a camping trip?
According to a new study from Kansas State University, mosquitoes cannot transmit the virus responsible for COVID-19. It was published in Scientific Reports on July 17. Dr. David Claborn, an entomologist and master of public health program director at Missouri State University, shares with Verywell Health why the anatomy and physiology of the mosquito is not conducive to … [Read more...] about Do mosquitoes spread COVID-19?
Nutrition plays a key role in maximizing your workout, including what you eat and drink before hitting the gym or going on a run. Natalie Allen, a registered dietitian and clinical instructor of biomedical sciences at Missouri State University, shares with GQ the importance of hydration when working out. … [Read more...] about How to fuel your body before a workout
Since childhood, peanut butter has been a staple food for many of us. It’s creamy, tasty and nutritious. Natalie Allen, a registered dietitian and clinical instructor of biomedical sciences at Missouri State University, shares with The List one key benefit of eating peanut butter – you may reduce your risk of developing diabetes. … [Read more...] about What happens to your body when you eat peanut butter daily?