Which, Why and How Vitamins and Supplements Won’t Work for You
Each time I visit the dentist who is also my health conscious cousin she would tell me that we really need to take supplements because we can’t ever get enough of vitamins and minerals through diet alone. So she buys bottles of them to supplement her diet and encourages me to do the same and recommends a particular brand. I say nothing even though I disagree. In fact I say nothing because I disagree. It’s hard to convince anyone to change their habits or beliefs that they have held on to for decades.Celebrate Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Month in June
Eating more fruits and vegetables is good for our health and should be easier during the growing season. Fresh foods are plentiful right now and less expensive than in winter months for most of us. Here are some simple ideas for adding fruits and veggies to you menu and having your family enjoy them.The Real Truth About Salt, and What Should We Get From It
Despite the fact that there hasn’t been a lot of evidence linking the risk of heart attack and stroke to increased salt intake alone, we have been advised to lower our salt consumption. For every study that says there is a greater risk, there is another study the disputes those findings. The fact is, salt must be an indispensable part of our diet, however with that in mind there are a few facts that we must know about.To Pee Or Not To Pee: Daily H20 Consumption
So, everybody knows that we should all drink enough water every day. How many of us actually drink enough? How much is enough?A 5th Grade Student Survey On Unhealthy Snacking
For those of you with children, be mindful of what they are eating. Regardless if they beg and plead for soda and chips, moderation is key here. Children really should not be drinking or eating unhealthy items on a regular basis even if they are active and in good shape. Their young bodies are still developing which is why you should be conscious of the types of foods they are regularly consuming. In other words, you know soda, potato chips, french fries, and cookies are not good to eat on a daily basis so why let your kids do it?Its All Part Of The Process
Let’s look at the evidence, there is a fast food chain of some description on near enough every street corner. We know they’re no good for us, but we go through with it anyway. Why? Convenience!More Than Just A Berry Good Idea
Current evidence strong supports consuming a diet rich in polyphenols as it contributes to the prevention of many chronic degenerative diseases. Learn what they are and how you can boost your intake of these polyphenol antioxidants.Portion Size: How Much Is Too Much?
This is one of the most difficult hurdles to cross for many who focusing on eating in a healthy manner. If you find yourself having difficulty maintaining a healthy portion size at meals, especially when preparing healthy dishes, try these eating tips at your next meal. They may really help keep your portion size at an appropriate amount.Healthy Nutrition and Childhood Obesity
Over the past three decades the prevalence of overweight and obesity has increased substantially and the highest prevalence of childhood overweight is in upper-middle-income countries, which includes the UK. This article aims to provide an overview of the types of childhood obesity prevention interventions that can be undertaken. The main focus is on primary school-age children and adolescents, but several interventions also benefit younger children.Buying Organic Foods – Is It Worth The Cost?
Are you purchasing organic foods today? Do you buy organic but are not really sure which are the best choices to make?Top Tips for Recognising Good Sources of Nutrition Information
How to spot good quality nutrition information from any type of source. Ideas on where to look for good quality nutrition information.8 Natural Ways to Increase Metabolism
To lose or gain weight we work on our diet and exercise routine. It is quite affective but it is important to know a few basic things about the body that are responsible for the increase or decrease in body weight. Everyone eats food but why do some people gain weight faster than others? Or why do some people never seem to gain weight irrespective of what and how much they eat? It’s all a matter of our metabolism.