Weight Maintenance: Simple Solution To Evening Snacking

Whether you’re looking to lose weight or maintain healthy weight, one of the main ways people sabotage their efforts is snacking in the evening after supper. We’ve all done it – you’re sitting watching TV or sitting at the computer and grab something to snack on, usually something that isn’t healthy and is fattening, right?

8 Foods for Detoxing the Liver

Hippocrates, accredited as the father of Western medicine, supposedly once said “let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” Since Hippocrates dates back many centuries, the fact that we can use food to play a major role in our health is hardly new. But with the choices of food that we have available to us today this is hardly the case.

6 Healthy Eating Habits To Maintain At Restaurants

If you are really concerned with losing weight and getting into better shape, then practicing some healthy eating habits at restaurants should be something you need to start considering especially if you frequently go out to eat. Here are 6 healthy eating habits you should always maintain when eating out at restaurants.

What Does The Inside Of Your Refrigerator Really Look Like?

Most people are under the impression that exercise is all it takes to lose weight but that actually is not the reality of the process. Exercise will definitely help burn excess calories/fat from your body, but true weight loss success will come at the end of your fork, plain and simple. Since the refrigerator is the heart of the kitchen, having it properly organized will make the entire process of improving your daily nutrition much more pleasant. Here’s some motivation to help get this process kick-started into gear.

Cinnamon Elation

Cinnamon can be found in most of our spice racks. Is it’s truly Cinnamon is the question.

Brislings Sardines

Brislings are a small fatty fish. They are typically, caught, canned, and imported from Scotland or Norway.

Broccoli For Your Health

Broccoli is a cancer fighting food. Diindolylmethane is the cancer fighting component.

The Wheat Berry

Delicious and nutritious. Don’t miss out on the Wheat Berry.

Pistachios Aren’t Red Anymore, Wonder Why?

Here in the United States Pistachios used to be red. Maybe they stop dying them so we didn’t have to walk around with red fingers.

How Much Sugar Is OK for You?

See how easy it is to get far more sugar in your diet each day than you think you are getting? Certainly, if you have a weight problem, cancer, or any chronic disease, take the time to get a close look at your sugar consumption.

Dish Up Nuts, Seeds and Legumes for Good Health

In looking at food trends for the coming year, Nielsen research indicates that ninety-one percent of people say they snack daily and snacking is on the rise among all age groups and genders. And I am encouraged that folks are focusing more on snacks that are rich in nutrients like nuts, seeds and legumes–choices that earn high marks from me. These three foods are readily available nutrition powerhouses. They are excellent sources of protein, low in saturated fat and sodium; they are cholesterol free and good sources of fiber.

Easy Tips for Plant-Based Entertaining and Visiting

How to combine your healthy plant-based eating habits with entertaining, visiting, and other social gatherings? Here are some easy tips for the upcoming holiday season!

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