Nutrition and Fitness

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How Much Protein Do I Need?

USA HEALTH NEWS CONTRIBUTORS - Ruben Castaneda and K. Aleisha Fetters

WHETHER YOU'RE TRYING to lose weight, gain muscle or stay strong and healthy as you age, protein is vital. Protein is one of three macronutrients – along with carbohydrates and fat – that your body needs to ... more

This article is based on reporting that features expert sources.

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The Real-Life Diet of LSU Receiver Justin Jefferson, a First-Round NFL Draft Pick

GQ - by Alex Shultz
If you’re a casual college football fan, then your introduction to LSU wide receiver Justin Jefferson very well may have come during the Peach Bowl on December 28, when the junior caught 14 passes for 227 yards and four touchdowns in the Tigers’ 63-28 shellacking of the Oklahoma Sooners. It’s a crazy stat line, only made crazier when you remember all four touchdowns were in the first half.

Jefferson was a steady hand in the National Championship game as well, catching nine balls for... read more.

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How to Do a HIIT Workout at Home

High-intensity intervals are a proven way to get the best workout in the least amount of time.

GQ - by Emily Abbate
We’re weeks into coronavirus quarantine, and many of us are learning to take some pleasure in doing things slowly—baking bread, maybe, or indulging in spa-level grooming treatments. But workouts are not one of them—we’re ready to say homebound fitness is starting to feel like something to simply get through to maintain any sliver of physical shape or mental health. By now, you’ve probably scrolled through at least a half dozen fitness apps and perused three or four different websites to see if kettlebells are back in stock. Luckily for you, one of the best workouts to do from home is also the... read more. 

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