For InsideTracker, 2020 Was a Year of Growth, Innovation, and Coming Together

There is no denying that 2020 has been one of the most trying years in memory. We've had to change our daily lives and rely on each other more than ever. But as always, with these challenges and changes has come adaptation and innovation, both at the personal and societal levels. At InsideTracker, we've felt these changes and did our best to support our users and community. We rolled out new features and products, new campaigns, and new support systems, all in the name of wellness, longevity, ...

How Dry January Can Benefit Your Health, According to the Experts

Dry January is a global initiative about going alcohol-free for the month of January—a change that can have long-lasting mental and physiological health benefits. Alcohol intake traditionally rises during the holiday season, but this trend has been exacerbated due to impacts of the current pandemic. In fact, research shows that certain alcohol sales have increased by over 200% since last year. This increase in alcohol consumption has important implications on our health, including increased ...

Our Biggest News Update of 2019

2019 was the year at InsideTracker. We launched some of the most important platform updates to date, made some important connections with InsideTracker users across the country, and have been testing some new functionalities to be released next year. Here's the latest from us—plus an inside secret about what to expect in 2020.

New Year, Improved InsideTracker - 2018 Review

2018 was the year of innovation! Last year brought along tremendous successes and exciting challenges that led to both growth and establishment among the science community. We listened to our customers, cheered on our athletes, added new products and features, strengthened existing partnerships while welcoming new ones, and proudly published a scientific paper. We’ve compiled some of the top moments and developments that led to a successful and innovative 2018. 

Should You Skip Breakfast On Thanksgiving?

A common misconception about holiday meals is that we should starve ourselves before and after them. This isn’t true! In fact, we should try to stick to our usual routines as much as possible leading up to a big holiday feast and jump right back into them after it. Under eating before or after the meal can do more harm than the large meal itself.  

A Healthy Dose of Comfort Food [Downloadable Recipes]

On those especially brisk days, when even the puffiest of coats can’t cure those bone-deep chills, one of the best cures is warming up from the inside out with good old-fashioned comfort food. Unfortunately, hearty homemade recipes don’t always go hand-in-hand with training goals. So, to smooth out that wrinkle, we’ve put a healthy twist on some of our favorite foods. But don’t worry – we didn’t take the "comfort" out. After all, your diet doesn’t have to be boring to be healthy! Here are some ...

Don't Be Afraid Of The Dark... Chocolate

With Halloween approaching and daydreams swirling of the sweet treats that come along with it, we thought we’d take a moment to talk about our favorite candy: dark chocolate. But beware; dark chocolate comes with both tricks and treats. Not only is it delicious, but dark chocolate is actually good for your biomarkers, too. In fact, we recommend dark chocolate to our users looking to improve their iron and inflammation groups. So what makes the difference from one bar to another? And with so ...

New Year, New Goals: Use Motivational Science to Win Big in 2017

The start of the New Year is always an exciting time for the fitness community: It’s a time for goal setting; for dreaming big… basically a fresh, clean slate waiting to be filled with all potential the New Year brings. But before you let your daydreams of shattered PRs get away from you, lean on the InsideTracker team for the tips to make 2017 your most game-changing year yet! If you’ve been following the blog, you know that the team here at InsideTracker is all about the science behind ...
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