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Chia Seed – Rich in Calcium, Phosphorus, and Manganese

The chia seed is considered a “super food” for more than its concentration of macro nutrients. Chia contains a wealth of calcium, phosphorous, and manganese. The ancient Mayans were well aware of how vital chia seed was to their way of life.

6 Tips for Healthy Snacking

How many times have you gone into your kitchen for a snack and found yourself starring into your pantry or your fridge, thinking to yourself “there’s nothing to eat!”, often on the very day you got your grocery shopping done? When we’re looking for a quick snack, we don’t want to be preparing anything extensive or anyways complicated at that moment. What we are looking for is something quick and hassle free.

5 Step Menu Planning Strategy

Having a menu plan can save you both time and money, and it also greatly diminishes food waste. Making a menu plan is a great way to help you introduce healthy foods into your family’s diet, which can often be a challenge, especially when you have children to feed. Developing a menu plan can help you introduce new foods and flavors into your meals and will make your job of grocery shopping and cooking a whole lot easier.

10 Tips and Tricks to Packing “Kid Approved” Lunches

Packing school lunches can sometimes be a challenge. Coming up with some different and fun lunch ideas that your kids will actually eat can often be a daunting task. Something to remember about creating a lunch menu is to keep it simple. You don’t have to come up with extensive menu plans every week, whether it be for suppers or lunches. Your main goal is to serve nutritious foods with a little bit of variety.

Don’t Believe People That Tell You That Organic Foods Are Nonsense

Learn why organic foods are good for you and why you should be eating them. They are part of a healthy diet.

Fructose Malabsorption: When Fruits and Vegetables Aren’t Healthy

Fructose malabsorption is a digestive disorder causing symptoms similar to those of IBS. This personal account provides an introduction to the disorder, including symptoms, triggers, and dietary management.

Detox and Nutrition

This article is about improving your diet. It is also about detoxing your body after the excesses of a holiday season.

Macro Patterning – Things To Consider

In recent news macro patterning has been making waves in the health and fitness world. It has been coming off as the latest and greatest of meal plans, but is it really so? The concept of macro patterning is the idea of pairing carbohydrates, proteins and fats together in a single meal.

How to Overcome Food Sensitivity With LEAP

You would be amazed at how many health disorders are associated with food consumption. For instance fatigue, allergies, skin problems, indigestion, bloating, depression, anxiety, headaches, weight imbalances, hypertension and many more like these. In spite of the increased consciousness related to food intake as more and more people are turning to their nutritionist for advice on food and healthy living these issues still persist.

Staying Healthy and Happy With Horsemeat

The horse meat scandal one 2013 was justified; consumers deserve to know exactly what they’re eating. Yet it’s interesting to think that if properly regulated, horse meat is one of the healthiest red meats available to us.

Weight Loss Nutrition Plan – Your Complete Guide To Finding Your 6-Pack

So do you follow the P90X Nutrition Guide? What do you eat? Am I eating enough? I’m not losing weight, why? Those questions… by far the most asked on the message boards. I’m going to give you the straight skinny on research I’ve done, what I feel works, doesn’t work etc.

Ignorance Is NOT Bliss, It’s Poison

The truth and life as a mother feeding her kids right. Nutrition today with family. Doing what’s right with health and nutrition.

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