Whether you are at your ideal weight or striving to reach your weight goal is it simply a matter of burning more calories than you take in? The answer, I suggest, is no! Overall body health improvement as well as weight gain or loss must be factored into the equation or you could be heading for problems. Correct nutrition can help to reduce the risk of a myriad of health-related problems, the most frightening of which are surely heart disease and cancer. Proper nutrition, however, entails eating
My body consists of precious muscles, joints, and tissues. How I treat them determines how well my body supports me, so I treat them well by eating a healthy diet.
I help prevent toxins by eating natural and unprocessed foods.
My brain is also dependent on my diet for proper functioning. I commit to having foods that keep my mind clear and sharp. Vitamins are great contributors to mental clarity.
Consuming fiber helps me fight bacteria. My daily diet contains several servings of fruit, veg
We’ve all been there: The mere sight of the Starbucks logo makes us crave a caramel latte. Ditto craving a chocolate-glazed treat when driving by Dunkin Donuts.
These, along with dozens if not hundreds of other sights, sounds and smells in the world around are our food triggers. They cue us to eat, whether we’re hungry or not. And they are one of our waistline’s biggest enemies.
We are fighting off food triggers all day long, says Susan, who is an Adjunct Associate Professor of Brain and Cog
If you find it hard to eat the recommended daily six to eight servings of fruits and vegetables, one option that many people have turned to is juicing. Juicing is quick, easy, and affordable, Plus, it offers numerous health-related benefits, such as weight loss, improved energy, and can help boost your immune system!
The best ways to serve juices is immediately. That will ensure that they still have all of their nutrition. Their flavor and nutrient content decreases rapidly when they are stor
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