COLESLAW RECIPE – 2 WAYS | classic coleslaw + vinegar coleslaw (no mayo coleslaw)

Want To Lose Weight? Ditch These Foods and Drinks

Have you noticed a sudden increase in your weight and you have not been snacking or eating fast food of late? Can’t explain why you are packing more kilos than usual? The answer may be in foods that you would not normally suspect.

Lose Weight Fast With Healthy Foods

Mid 2016 is here with us and probably by now you have not achieved one of your New Year resolutions – losing weight. Don’t worry, you still have plenty of time. Thanks to lose weight fast tips, you can finally shed off the extra kilos.

Cut Out Sugar and Eat Saturated Fats to Fight Obesity – Part 12

A ‘low carbohydrate, healthy fat’ diet is a way to avoid modern illnesses such as high blood pressure, obesity, and type 2 diabetes. The trouble is that former ‘sugar addicts’ can quickly succumb to temptation of sweet foods. This final article explains what to do if that happens, and answers the question: “Which are the lowest sugar-containing fruit and vegetables?”

Why You Should Be Drinking Lemon Water All The Time

If you aren’t already reaping the benefits of lemon water, you need to start because it can change your health. We aren’t talking about the sugar-heavy lemonade that kids sell for 50 cents a glass in movies. No, this is all about fresh lemon juice in water and how you can benefit from drinking it.

The Journey of Fructose From Plant to Human

Fructose is a simple sugar generated naturally in a wide variety of fruits and vegetables. Though glucose is the principal sugar formed in the process of plant photosynthesis, fructose appears rapidly, also. Once eaten, fructose is quickly and easily absorbed across our intestinal walls. It travels to our liver where it is converted to glycogen and fatty acids and long-chain triglycerides. Fructose is thus converted principally into storage forms of energy and is not utilized by most of our body’s cells or tissues as a primary energy source.

Cut Out Sugar and Eat Saturated Fats to Fight Obesity – Part 11

Snacking between meals is a major cause of obesity. A diet that contains healthy fats and which is low in carbohydrates will prevent the habit. This article explores why, and suggests healthy foods that can replace traditional ‘carbohydrate-heavy’ ones.

Cut Out Sugar and Eat Saturated Fats to Fight Obesity – Part 10

A ‘low carbohydrate, healthy fat’ diet for everyone in the household will not be easy to enforce. The trick is to ‘gradually’ replace the carbohydrates with healthy fats. This article explains how to do this.

Fructose, Glucose, and Sucrose In Nature

Fructose and glucose are simple plant sugars and are natural products of photosynthesis in nature. Both are found within a wide variety of fruits and vegetables. Sucrose also is a simple plant sugar, though sucrose results from the natural union of glucose and fructose in the plant. The presence of fructose and glucose and sucrose, though, varies from plant to plant. Each compound is a natural source of energy for plant life and for the animal and human beings that depend upon them for food and energy. Neither compound is intrinsically unhealthy. Overconsumption of refined concentrations can be unhealthy, though.

Mental Stamina & Good Food Are Key to Fitness

I spent some time watching a group of pro tennis players turning those bright yellow balls into fiercely propelled orbs this week. What fuels these players and keeps them on point with the physical and mental stamina needed to stay in the game? My current client group doesn’t include professional or high-performance athletes; the group does include folks striving for better fitness and a few weekend warriors. The basics on fitness and health are pretty similar-mental stamina and good nutrition are important if you’re looking to achieve winning results at any level.

Nutrition Tips For Muscle Building

It is very important to complement your hard work in the gym with the correct type and amount of nutrition. Working out is just the beginning of the process of muscle building, as the nutrition that you provide the body with, can make a difference to the amount of muscle you gain.

How Food Can Be Impacting Our Lives The Positive or Negative Way

Whatever type of groceries we are putting in our shopping trolley will make that difference to our well-being. Although our choices or varieties of foods have increased, maybe ten folds over the last couple of decades, but not all for the better. Unfortunately most people are of the opinion, whatever being sold in the grocery store or supermarket is for their benefit. For the easy way of shopping yes, but for the benefit for their health, no.

Benefits of Eating Fish

More Westerners are starting to assume an active role in their health, they are eating more fish than ever before. If you’ve considered healthy eating from the sea, let’s take a look at the benefits of adding fish to your diet.

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