Honey or Sugar – What Difference Does It Make?
While both honey and sugar are sweet and have a lot of calories, most of the similarities end right there. It is known that honey has 21 or 22 calories per teaspoon and sugar has 15 or 16. Should that difference in calories really matter to you, or are there other things more important when deciding which sweetener to select?How Can You Help Your Body With Calcium Supplements?
Calcium is extremely important for maintaining bone and dental health. It can also be used for curing various types of cancers, such as colon cancer and may prove useful in fighting the symptoms of obesity.Paleo Diet Plan Basics
Unless you have been living under a rock, you have probably heard of the Paleo Diet or Caveman Diet. But what exactly is it and what are the benefits? Many people tout the easy weight loss and increase in health benefits, but is it right for you?Stop Counting Calories And Enjoy Your Food With 3 Easy Mindset Shifts
Are you tired of counting calories and grams of protein, fat and carbs? You don’t have to (Gasp!). Here’s what to do instead.10 Reasons to Add Sweet Potatoes to Your Diet
Sweet potatoes are usually inexpensive and available all year around. Have you never tried them? If not, you are missing out on a whole lot of valuable nutrients. Find out which other benefits you are passing up.Do You Know How Many Calories You Snacked On?
One of the sneakiest ways calories enter our body is when we leisurely snack either at home, in the car, or at the workplace. It’s these specific snacking instances when those who want to lose weight need to really focus so that the episode does not turn into a caloric nightmare. Most assume the word “snack” automatically translates into something that will be small and insignificant which is why many people often overlook what a snack actually does to the body. Check out what many snacking instances generally turn into and why weight loss is so terribly difficult.Classified Fruit or Vegetable
Have you ever wondered how produce are classified, that is, why is a cucumber classified a vegetable and an avocado a fruit. Why most people prefer to eat fruits than to eat vegetables most of the time.Drink Green Tea for the Health of It and How to Make It Taste Better Not Bitter
Foods – How Harmful Can They Be?
In spite of the immense gains and benefits of westernization, it is not without its drawbacks, some of which pose considerable health risks to us. Myriads of medical conditions such as cancers, diabetes and cardiovascular disorders were uncommon in third-world countries a few decades back. However today, statistics have shown that the scope of these diseases has assumed global dimensions. Understandably, the food industry is not left out of the trend even as consumer interest is rapidly shifting from fresh food items to processed canned products such as canned beverages, soups, drinks, tomato paste etc.How To Travel Gluten-Free
If you must eat gluten-free you know how hard it can be to manage your condition on the road. Join the author as she shares her tips for gluten-free travel.Healthy Candy: Looking For a Sugar Loophole (In All the Wrong Places)
There are some healthy food trends that are taking hold, even though they may still be a bit under the radar. For instance, environmentally sustainable food is a massive topic that encompasses many areas, but it would be difficult for most people in society to be able to identify just what that is. Even when you ask somebody who works in this field, the response can be turned into a five minute monologue.Kale – Why Through History It Has Been a Super Food
One of the foods that are sometimes a forgotten superfood is that leafy vegetable called kale. It has a long history of being cultivated, even dating back before the Greeks and Romans. In fact this vegetable related to cabbage is thought to be one of the earliest vegetables cultivated by man anywhere. Until the end of the Middle Ages kale was one of the most popular foods grown in Europe.