Christy Brissette, 80 Twenty Nutrition Like many hot peppers, Scotch bonnet peppers get their kick from capsaicin, an antioxidant with anti-inflammatory properties. Capsaicin seems to be especially helpful for joint pain, making it a great component of an active lifestyle. Eating hot peppers also releases endorphins, helping you feel a rush (hopefully without the flush).… Continue reading The Spicy Jerk Marinade Perfect for Low Carb Grilling
Yes, you do have time to train. No matter how much time you have, it’s enough. There are 86,400 seconds in a day, and right here, right now, we’re telling you that you need only 360 seconds to jack up your heart rate, burn calories, and build new muscle—hence the name, M&F 360. The following… Continue reading Edgar Artiga
iStock New research from the University of Otago in New Zealand discovered that eating lots of produce doesn’t only help you lose weight, strengthen your heart, and make you all-around healthier, but it may also help improve your personality and outlook on life. Participants reported increased motivation and vitality. Portions matter: According to the USDA,… Continue reading iStock
Christy Brissette, 80 Twenty Nutrition Mustard is more than just an optional hot dog addition. The mustard plant is a cousin to broccoli and kale, and contains some of the same compounds that may help prevent cancer. Parsley isn’t just plate filler, either. It’s an excellent source of antioxidants like vitamins A and C, as well as… Continue reading Strengthen Your Immune System With a Summer Ready Lemon Dijon Marinade
Watching Mark Zuckerberg’s Harvard commencement speech and learning that the POTUS only has one app on his phone may have kept you too busy to keep up with this week’s app news. We’ve kept up for you. SEE ALSO: 10 apps Donald Trump should download instead of Twitter (like, right now) Each week we round… Continue reading This week in apps: New Pokmon game, Quora videos, and more
Image: plan international There’s an emoji for just about everything, from tacos to tropical fish. But, we currently don’t have an emoji to describe our periods. A new social media campaign wants to smash the stigma surrounding menstruation one emoji at a time. SEE ALSO: These ‘femojis’ may get you talking more about your period… Continue reading There is currently no emoji to represent periods. This campaign wants to change that.
As we announced in the June 2017 issue of Muscle & Fitness, we’re giving away a personalized training experience for one lucky reader with a high-profile trainer. (We can’t give out his name just yet, but let’s just say he has a wealth of muscle-building knowledge and has trained some pretty important people.) The winner… Continue reading Win a VIP Personal Training Experience!