Should You Drink Only Water After a Workout?
Water is the best drink on this planet, hands down!. But when it comes to post-workout recovery, many other drinks outperform water. An ideal post-workout drink should:. Had water ticked all these boxes, the energy drinks wouldn’t have been a billion-dollar industry!Read full story
Can You Burn Fat While Sleeping? Science Says “Yes.”
According to the National Sleep Foundation, sleep isn’t an inactive state, unlike popular beliefs. Our basal metabolic rate is still active while we catch some shut-eye. It means our bodies constantly burn calories to function properly. It takes the nighttime advantage to do some repair and restoration work.Read full story
An Evening Routine is More Important Than a Morning Ritual
The perfect morning routine starts with bedtime. Most productivity gurus and successful superstars attest that the perfect morning routine enables you to achieve incredible goals. I don’t deny this fact.Read full story
Are We Eating Junk in the Name of Health?
“I am sorry to break it to you, but you've been eating junk in the name of health,” said my nutritionist friend from McGill University, as I was frugally drizzling the dressing over my salad.Read full story
5 Scenic Camping Sites in Massachusetts
Secret Campsite in MassachusettsImage by Pexels from Pixabay. Massachusetts has so much to offer to the visitors and the residents apart from historical trails and the best food. It’s growing slowly and steadily to cater the outdoor lovers.Read full story
5 Delicious Foods To Try in Florida
Fresh seafood, citrus, and a hint of Southern taste make Florida a foodie’s dream. Florida food is unlike other American food because it combines a diverse range of cultural influences and cuisines from across the world.Read full story
“Walking 10,000 Steps a Day” Is a Trap.
A 1960s clever marketing stunt created the wrong fitness metric. To stay healthy, you need to walk much less, according to research. It’s a nice, round number, with which we’ve increasingly associated our fitness. You are here that means either you’re following the 10,000 steps rule or striving for it.Read full story
Exploring New Jersey's Breathtaking "Sea Life" Aquarium
The newest aquarium in New Jersey is unlike any other. Spread over 25,000 square feet and homing more than three thousand unique species of sea creatures in 250,000 gallons of water, the “Sea Life” aquarium is a must-visit place located at the America Dream mega-mall.Read full story
How to Explain Cryptocurrency to an 8-Year-Old
Web 3.0: A new wave of revolution circulating on the internet. It’s all about bitcoins, blockchain, and cryptocurrencies. Every day, we hear tons of stories related to these topics, yet most of us are like, “what the heck is this?”Read full story
5 Classy Restaurants in New York You Must Visit at Least Once
Tourists flock to New York City because of its world-class museums, landmarks, shopping, and theatre. But it’s also a city where eating isn’t something you do in between activities; it’s what you do.Read full story
5 Things to Know Before Going to Las Vegas
If you're thinking of going to Las Vegas, let me tell you it's not going to be a one-timer. The electrifying atmosphere and the freedom will make you do there the second time. And third time and then it becomes a loop. And the last thing you know is you're addicted to Vegas.Read full story
7 Hidden Spots in Florida You Haven't Explored Yet
Florida is quite possibly the most famous tourist destination in the United States with dazzling seashores, lively urban communities, and a major chunk of the world's most-visited amusement parks. But, most people think that Florida is all about Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando, Kennedy Space Center, and South Beach, Miami.Read full story
Delta Variant - A new concern for the U.S?
Delta variant — The latest mutation of the Covid-19 strain, which was previously known as B1617.2. Initially detected in India, this deadly delta variant is now slowly creating waves of panic and concern in the U.S.Read full story