Fiber: Top Nutrient for a Good Mood

Recent research has shown that dietary fiber improves our mood. The gut-brain axis, which is the communication network between the gut microbiota and the brain, allows fermentation byproducts to produce neurotransmitters and reduce inflammation. Foods that are considered good sources of fiber are fruits, vegetables, whole grains, legumes (beans, peas, lentils), nuts and seeds.

Challenge Recipe Week 3 | Trader Joe’s Inspired Summer Salmon Salad

Welcome to Week 3 of our May Recipe Challenge! To enter to win our Challenge, simply post the recipe you make to Instagram and tag @elevated.nutrition with #levelup. Post your recipe picture during May for our challenge to win a batch of Elle Bars. Elle Bars are pre-workout granola bars formulated by Registered Dietitian Eleanor …

How to Cure Your Muscle Cramp

Charley horse, corky, muscle spasm, however you want to call them, we have all experienced one at some point and they are not pleasant. Whether it is in the middle of the night or after exercising, this shooting pain can last from several...

Recovery Cookie Dough Bites

We are dropping this cookie dough bite recipe that you can eat on the regular! Is this some kind of joke? NOPE! Get ready for mouth watering, tempting little bites that will satisfy your sweet tooth and boost your workout recovery. Too good to be true? Nah, this is Elevated Nutrition!