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What You Need To Know
The American Heart Association is backing big ag and big pharma companies in a PR blitz to scare people away from coconut oil and other saturated fats.
They only used four studies from […]
The Benefits of Eating Organic That Most People Don’t Know
You can walk down the street right now and buy a burger for less than $2.
You might wonder what it’s made of, where the ingredients came from, which dangerous processes they underwent, and how it could possibly be so cheap. But for $2, what can you […]
I believe that carbohydrates are the most misunderstood and feared macronutrient.
Nowadays, there are way too many fad diets and bogus ways of getting fit. Many of these fad diets and quick fixes blame weight gain on carbs.
While it’s true that eating too many carbs can make you fat, it is the same as eating too […]
I know that title sounds funny, but it’s actually true. Some people think that sweating more means they’re burning more calories. Others sweat that they have not burned enough calories during the day. Even worse, many think that calories are so important that they’ve forgotten we are humans and don’t operate on a bunch of […]
We don’t just want to run a restaurant. We want to change the way you eat.
We want to help you reach your goals, nourish your body with natural ingredients, and serve tasty food at the same time.
I know that might sound like an impossible task, but when we first started Athlete’s Kitchen that was our […]
Recently, you might have noticed people throwing around the term grass-fed. Grass-fed beef, grass-fed butter, grass-fed gelatin. It’s become trendy and popular. A health fad. You may have even tried it before, without really knowing what it was or meant.
But here at Athlete’s Kitchen, we don’t like to get caught up in all the hype. […]
Many people believe that eating less, eating ‘light’ or skipping meals is the ticket to losing weight and staying slim. But lack of nutrients and a unbalanced diet deplete muscle mass and you not only re-gain any weight you lost, you add more. It’s a short-term solution with long-term health risks.
You can eat more and […]