Q: Whenever I eat a big dinner and work out the next morning, I feel sluggish. What is the best way to eat in at night to make my a.m. session easier?
Q: Do the little bit of herbs and spices that I add to foods (and cocktails) really do anything for me?
Q: When I work out in the morning, I end up starving after. If I eat before and again after, am I eating three times as many calories as I normally would be?
Q: I wanted to go on an elimination diet, as I’ve heard that it may be able to help me with skin problems that I’ve had most of my life. Is this a good idea?
Q: Not to get too personal, but I’ve noticed that after I have my meal replacement shake (which is fortified with more than 100% of some vitamins and minerals), my pee i...
Q: What are the benefits of drinking aloe vera juice?
Q: Are wholesome (natural, local, etc) foods healthier than processed foods?
Q: What is better to do if I don’t like a lot of veggies: not eat them or “hide” them in something unhealthy (like butter or cheese) so I can tolerate them?
Q: I have a sweet tooth. Is it okay to have something daily, and what can I have?