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bottles of orange and green juice
By Michael Dregni
Here are seven "healthy" beverages — and how much sugar they actually contain.
healthy chocolate chip banana muffins
By The Life Time Training Team
Continue your nutrition efforts with week two of our three-week meal plan.
colorful radishes
By Kaelyn Riley
Distinctively peppery and crunchy, these root veggies are good for so much more than salad.
illustration of a person kicking a donut
By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
Five things you can do to banish sugar cravings.
Samantha McKinney

Metabolism is more complex than simply being “fast” or “slow” or controlled by exercise. There are many things we can do in our daily lives to optimize it. Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT, shares how to build the foundation for a healthy metabolism, as well as ways to dig deeper if you’re not seeing results or feeling your best.

various seeds arranged in piles
By Laine Bergeson Becco
These tiny but mighty seeds deliver plant-based protein and a bevy of other health-supportive nutrients.
Four Veggie Roll-Ups
By The Life Time Training Team
Start your nutrition efforts with week one of our three-week meal plan.
A ban looking at his upper body after getting dressed in front of the mirror.
By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
Plus, six lifestyle steps to help aid you in losing it.
a clock sits behind an array of green veggies
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.
hands hold a bowl of soup with mushrooms all around
By Catherine Guthrie
Make the most of your mushrooms with these six tips.
composite of woman with graphs sitting next to healthy foods
By Helen Martineau
How can we cut through all the confusion and figure out what information is reliable? Experts offer these five guidelines.
a glass of wine sitting along side a book
By Mo Perry
Here's how that nightcap contributes to sleepless nights.
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.
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