Dietary Changes That Promote Wellness
A guide is provided of foods that we can eat and ones to avoid to promote wellness. Even among basically healthy foods, some individual items are better than others.Studies on Low Carbohydrate Diets
I would like to point out a few studies conducted within the area of low carbohydrate diets and the effects they have had. Looking at just these 2 studies makes it clear that low-carbohydrate diets are beneficial for the majority of people, and especially for people with metabolic or chronic diseases.5 Key Factors For Fast Weight Loss
Five key factors you should understand for fast, healthy dieting. Many people start on a diet based on the latest diet “secret” published in some magazine or website post. Some of these fads can be dangerous to your health.Healthy Eating – Fussy Eaters Need to Eat
Children can sometimes be very fussy eaters. How do you get them to eat well enough to get the nutrients they need? The types of foods you serve to entice them and the attitude you have towards their eating habits can make a big difference.Getting More Vegetables Into Your Diet: “The Loaded Salad”
It can be challenging to find creative ways to get more vegetables into your diet. Here’s a simple option that will add a massive dose of nutrition for your entire family!What Is Kefir and How to Make Kefir at Home
Quite a number of people are familiar with yogurt and the various health effects it has but not many know that there is something even better. Kefir, which is also a fermented milk drink, contains even more probiotics that help us become healthier. Kefir is produced with milk and tiny ball-shaped curds known as kefir grains.How to Eat Your Favorite Foods and Still Lose Weight
I was watching the news tonight and the health watch segment had “breaking news” that reported that a Southern diet that’s rich in foods such as fried chicken, chicken-fried steak, deep-fried gizzards, french fries, burgers, hot dogs, soda, and super sweet tea isn’t great for your health and can actually increase your risk of having a stroke. People who ate these types of foods six times a week were about 40% more likely to have a stroke than those that ate these foods once a month. This is surprising because before when I pictured someone eating a plate of fried…Uh-Oh Hot Dog!
In my last article, I talked about how researchers concluded that a Southern diet that contains foods such as fried chicken and hot dogs was bad for you. I then offered a solution to eat what you want without it negatively affecting your health. I guess just thinking or writing about food in this instance causes one to crave the food on your mind.How Do I Find the Time for a Raw Food Diet?
So, How do I find the time for Raw? First up – its a Mindset Thing.7 Danger Foods to Avoid for Healthy Living
There are many foods out there that are advertised as being healthy, but are actually dangerous to your well being. Avoid these 7 dangerous foods if you wish to maintain proper nutrition.The Health Benefits of Eggs
Eggs when eaten in moderation, are among the healthiest sources of complete protein. Eggs are nutrient rich and contain ingredients that can boost overall health. Learning more about the health benefits of eggs could make you consider adding them as a part of your healthy diet.Top 5 Diet Myths Debunked
There are so many health food claims today. How do you know what you should eat to be healthy? Read more to find five common diet myths debunked!