Carbs have had a bad reputation in the health and fitness industry for what feels like forever. We've been given numerous messages about how terrible they are. Like with everything for optimal health and wellness, it always comes down to one thing: balance.
Have you ever had those days at your desk where your morning coffee seems to turn into afternoon coffee which then turns into a glass of wine (or two) as soon as you get walk through your front door? We've all been there. We've all had the days where we forget to drink water or survive only on caffeine or have a few too many drinks after dinner.
Daylight Saving Time is this Sunday, and most people in the United States will turn their clocks forward one hour. This is good news. It means we're on the cusp of longer and lighter days as spring approaches. The bad news? We're going to have to sacrifice an hour of sleep for it.
Cutting back on meat in the New Year? Reducing your intake of meat may not only be good for your health (the health and fitness community continue to go back and forth on this one), but it is good for the environment.