Posted on: April 6, 2014
As the old adage goes, “you are what you eat”. If your regular diet consists of fat and cholesterol-rich foods, you may run the risk of developing dreadful diseases such as diabetes, heart disease and more. According to nutrition experts, healthy eating starts with learning the ability to “eat smart”. It’s not just what you eat, but how you eat. The food you choose to eat can help decrease your chances of developing illnesses like cancer, diabetes, heart disease and others. Learn how to plan your diet, and expand your range of healthy food choices too. Here are some helpful tips for planning a healthy diet.
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Posted on: March 7, 2014
According to a number of dietitians and nutritionists,making small changes to your diet, as well as your lifestyle, can do a great deal towards improving your weight and cholesterol levels, and also enhances you overall well-being. A healthy eating plan generally involves making those small but significant changes to what you eat, and how you eat. Here’s why how small diet changes can have positive effects on you health.
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Posted on: February 27, 2014
In an environment bombarded with ads about cholesterol-rich fast foods and cheap junk foods, the good thing is that healthy eating trends are slowly holding their own, and are even changing the minds of more people. As more and more people are becoming knowledgeable about nutrition and healthy eating, they’re slowly pushing alternative healthy eating ideas into the mainstream of society. A recent European study has indicated that more consumers are beginning to notice that their food choices are making a big difference not only to their health, but to their environment and the countryside as well. Here are some of the popular healthy eating lifestyles a\that are quickly gaining more adherents.
The organic food market is fast growing today, and more organic food items are widely available, as compared to what it was ten or fifteen years ago. The range of organic food choices are also increasing, because now it’s easy to find items like organic ketchup, organically grown wheat and rice, and fertilizer or pesticide-free fruits and other food items. The organic food market is expected to grow tenfold in the coming years, and is definitely here to stay. — Read More –>
Posted on: February 14, 2014
With food prices soaring these days, is there a way for you to eat healthy, without putting more holes in your pocket? There’s a actually a way for you to eat healthy and within your budget. Before you head off to the supermarket, sit down and write out a list first, and remember to stick to it. Shop just once a week, cut out the sale coupons from the newspaper, but disregard the coupons for processed foods. Here are other helpful tips for eating healthy on a budget.
Money-Saving Basics For The Healthy Eater
Before you make the dash for the grocery, make sure you don’t go shopping on an empty stomach. Eat a light snack or meal, so that you’ll be able to resist the temptation. Once you’re in the grocery, look for sales or discount promos on fruits and vegetables, as most groceries get a bargain on these items, which they pass-on as savings to their customers. Buy a large bag of fruit instead of single, large fruit items which are priced per pound. Also go for generic brand, which are labeled as the store brands, but are relatively priced less. — Read More –>
Posted on: January 30, 2014
Stress is a condition that makes us jittery, unrefreshed, and unable to sleep at night. Stress also tends to allow us to make poor, unhealthy food choices. However, healthy eating can actually reduce stress, and make you feel so much better. Here are a number of helpful hints for fighting stress, through healthy eating.
Skip The Coffee And Other Caffeinated Drinks
Coffee, caffeinated drinks and beverages can exacerbate your stress levels. While some only provide temporary relief, these affect your body in the long run, because too much sugar and caffeine increases your blood sugar levels, and also heightens your stress levels. Instead of coffee, drink green tea, since green tea contains high levels of antioxidants, and also soothes the senses.
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Posted on: January 21, 2014
During these tough economic times, food is one of the most prominent budgetary items to consider. Because food is becoming more expensive, more people are turning to otherwise unhealthy tactics and food options to save on money. Although some healthy meal choices may be expensive, it’s still very much possible to eat healthy, even if you’re on a tight budget. Here are some sensible, doable hints for eating healthy during these bone-crunching economic times.
Go For Milk Instead of Soft drinks
Instead of splurging on your favorite carbonated beverage or buy alcoholic drinks, you would be better off if you buy milk and natural fruit juices instead. Milk serves as an important source of calcium, which strengthens the bones and teeth. Also buy bottled water instead of sodas and other carbonated beverages. Water allows your caloric intake to god own, and it will also refresh and replenish your body.
Buy Less Junk Food
Shopping by yourself can sometimes be attempting time to buy French Fries, chips, cookies and other junk food items. As most junk food items are very appealing when you’re hungry, you’ll sometimes be tempted to spontaneously pick up items without thinking about your health. Buy less chips and junk food, and instead substitute these with whole-grain bread, cookies, yogurt, raw vegetables, dried fruit strips, tinned natural fruit juices, bananas and whole-grain cookies. — Read More –>
Posted on: January 2, 2014
Well, after all the holidays and partying we need to reflect and go back to our Healthy Eating, Healthy Life.
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