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Oats’ Beta-Glucan Fiber for Cholesterol Control

Oats are an important source of dietary fiber (soluble and insoluble). They contain beta-glucan, a soluble fiber which creates a gel-like substance during its passage through the digestive system which traps cholesterol containing foods, thereby reducing their intestinal absorption.

How to Make Whole Wheat Pita and Beef Sandwich

If you want a healthier alternative to the hamburger, you should try a whole wheat pita and beef sandwich recipe, with baby spinach, tomato, onions, and raisins. Add some shredded cheese and low calorie condiments such as mustard, or barbeque sauce.

The Dangers of Fructose Sweeteners

Many people have a sweet tooth, but a good rule of thumb with food is that the sweeter it tastes, the less likely it is to be good for you. In the 1970’s the food industry, especially the U.S. industry, began using high fructose corn syrup as a substitute for raw sugar as a sweetener. Fructose makes sweets tastes sweeter and is easier and cheaper to produce with such an overabundance of corn. However, researcher have now determined that fructose is worse for you than sugar and lead to higher obesity rates, according to a 2010 study conducted at Princeton University. Let’s take a close look at what fructose is and how it works and then discuss how it harms you and how you can avoid it.

A Colon Cleanse Is So Good For You

The colon provides the body with energy; if it is not healthy then it can cause health problems such as a weak immune system, lack of energy and gastrointestinal issues. An unhealthy colon holds bacteria and toxins that affect the body in a negative way.

Techniques to Develop and Promote Healthy Eating Habits

Healthy Eating Habits have the potential to alter a person’s body and overall personality for the better. Regular consumption of a nutritious and healthy diet has always proven to have positive impact on a person’s lifestyle and physical appearance. People with a busy lifestyle must definitely adopt Healthy Eating Habits for improving their immune system, maintaining a vigorous body and building required levels of stamina which further helps in undertaking strenuous activities in their personal/professional life.

Tips for Healthy Eating at a Chain Restaurant

Americans are relying on chain restaurants during these tough economic times more than ever before. One reason is how competitive the pricing has become. These days for $10, you can get a large meal and avoid fast food at the same time, but can more food for less money still be healthy? Are there ways to help reduce fat and calories but still get a good deal? This article will examine smart food choices at some of the most popular chain restaurants and provide calorie/money saving tips for all dining out.

A Million Dollar Question: Is Honey Fattening?

Women and men, all over the world want to have a nice-looking silhouette and an appearance similar to that of glossy, posh super starts. In their attempt to look perfect, many make the huge mistake to starve themselves almost to death, and deprive their bodies from the most essential minerals and vitamins. No pasta, no meat, nothing sweet- this is the ubiquitous saying on the dieters’ lips.

I Don’t Have Any Symptoms, So How Can I Be Gluten Intolerant?

There is a lot of media coverage right now about gluten and gluten free diets. Is it just another fad diet? Do I need to be eating gluten free?

Why Eating Fat Does Not Make You Fat!

I remember when I was in high school, and low fat was the way to eat. This notion was everywhere, and fat was made out to be the “bad guy.” I remember buying red licorice and pretzels because both labels stated in big capital letters “low fat,” and I thought this meant I could eat as much as I wanted.

I Don’t Have Any Symptoms, So How Can I Be Gluten Intolerant?

There is a lot of media coverage right now about gluten and gluten free diets. Is it just another fad diet? Do I need to be eating gluten free?

Why Eating Fat Does Not Make You Fat!

I remember when I was in high school, and low fat was the way to eat. This notion was everywhere, and fat was made out to be the “bad guy.” I remember buying red licorice and pretzels because both labels stated in big capital letters “low fat,” and I thought this meant I could eat as much as I wanted.

Zeaxanthin – A Powerful Eye Boosting Antioxidant

Zeaxanthin is a xanthophyll and phytonutrient (plant based chemical compounds that have a number of health boosting properties). It is mainly found in green leafy vegetables such as broccoli, kale and spinach. In this article I will be providing a full overview of zeaxanthin and its health benefits in humans.

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