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By Michael Dregni
A new study suggests intermittent fasting might lead to less muscle mass, not body fat.
Lindsay Ogden

Results are a lagging indicator of our habits. Lindsay Ogden, CPT, nutrition coach, walks us through her four-step process — what she calls the IPTR method — for developing lasting health habits, so you have the know-how and a tactical plan to go after your goals.

A close up image of a bunch of sliced radishes.
By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
How to freshen up your habits for the season.
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By Catherine Guthrie
Make the most of your mushrooms with these six tips.
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By Helen Martineau
How can we cut through all the confusion and figure out what information is reliable? Experts offer these five guidelines.
A father wears a baby while he grocery shops
By Laura Fogelberg
Here are the most contaminated — and cleanest — fruits and veggies.
Pulled chicken, an omelet, and a shake.
By The Life Time Training Team
Go-to recipes from our team of dietitians.
An illustration of circles each with a type of food inside, including fish, spinach, beans, strawberries, lemon, broccoli, crab, and mushrooms..
By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
A dietitian’s perspective on four popular ways of eating — and how they may or may not serve your personal nutritional needs.
A woman eating from a takeout container outside.
By Katie Knafla, RD, LD
Whether you’re on-the-go or out of town, use these dietitian tips to make healthier food choices.
frosty fruit
By Robin Asbell
Get more plants in your diet with veggies from the freezer — minus the sogginess and mushiness.
various mushrooms and sprigs of parsley placed around a wooden pepper grinder
By Catherine Guthrie
Discover the powerful benefits of nutrient-dense mushrooms.
Two paper bags filled with groceries on a counter.
By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
Freshen up your grocery haul by adding these dietitian-suggested items to your cart.
An illustration of macro-containing foods, including bread, fish, and a protein shake.
By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
Protein, fat, and carbs are three main components of any diet. Learn how the balance of them can influence your health and weight-loss goals.
a person walks on a sidewalk carrying a take-out bag
By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
Dietitian-tested strategies for increasing the nutrient value of meals from your favorite restaurants.
plate of shrimp and spinach curry
By Robin Asbell
Forget soggy peas and water-logged broccoli — with a few handy techniques, frozen food can shine in these recipes.
Four halves of hard-boiled eggs with seasoning sprinkled on the top of them.
By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
Between meals and feeling ravished or sluggish? Try one of these nutrition-coach-approved go-tos.
a bowl of golden miso and bowl of dark miso
By Kaelyn Riley
This popular Japanese condiment can be a secret weapon in your kitchen, adding depth and flavor to soups, braises, and more.
Coach Anika and a plate of healthy food.
By Anika Christ, RD, CPT
In this webinar, Coach Anika walks through five areas to focus on for weight-loss progress post-2020.
a close up of a man cutting a lime, onions and tomato
By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
For this Life Time member, the key to making long-term, healthier nutrition choices was using a focused plan as the catalyst.
phytonutrient rich foods
By Alyssa Ford
From allicin to zeaxanthin, here are some of the key phytonutrients you need.
A close up of strawberry ice cream.
By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
Plus, what to reach for instead.
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