There are many different types of healthy drinks out there for people to try and stick with if they want to stay healthy and fit. Many companies will try to sell off their healthy drinks that claim will help you lose weight and curb your appetite. The problem with these companies that are trying to sell these drinks is that there is no real evidence to support their claims. However, if you’re a tea drinker or looking to stay healthy, you might want to start drinking green tea as there are many benefits that are backed by proven evidence that it helps you stay healthy.
Okay, maybe hot isn't the best way to describe it, it's usually pretty cold BUT Celery, and especially Celery juice, are becoming more and more popular in online health and nutrition communities. This plant has been very underrated, and I'm so happy to see it now getting the praise it deserves. You may have heard of the Medical Medium, you may have also heard of his Celery juice cleanse, you may have heard of neither, that's cool, I'm here to share with you why you need to know more about this magical herbaceous plant.
I became lactose intolerant at the age of 11. This didn't stop the love for extra large bowls of frosted flakes in the morning and over sized cut portions of gourmet cheesecake.
You may have heard about gChia pets which are sold through television commercials during the Christmas season but you may not be familiar with chia seeds which are small and black and grow in South America. They come from the Salvia hispanica plant which is related to the mint. Chia seeds are considered to be one of the healthiest foods on the planet and are loaded with nutritional value. They can be eaten as a meal or a snack and are really tasty.
If you’re an avid fan of superfoods and have reaped the benefits of blueberries, spirulina and goji berries over the last few years, you’re in for a treat. There are some new heroes in town, and they’ve come to transform everything from your digestive health to the appearance of your skin. Here are six of the hottest new superfoods, what they do, and how you use them.
Have you heard about the health benefits of polyphenols? The micronutrients have been connected to improving digestion problems, helping with weight management, maintenance of sugar levels and reduced risk of cardiovascular disease. With so many health benefits, it's understandable that so many people want to know how to incorporate more foods that can provide polyphenols. Check out this list of 10 foods that you can include in your diet to get more of this vital nutrient.
It was my dad’s birthday this weekend and as it was a big one we arranged a whole family get together. My dad is originally from the north east of England, so a weekend back up to the mother land was in order to celebrate. I knew that as I was only ten days in to my no processed sugar and no booze for a year experiment this was going to be a challenge, but I never comprehended just how much.
I've never really been a fussy eater which I suppose comes from growing up in a fairly poor household where a regular evening meal was fried eggs and chips, accompanied by sliced white bread and plenty of butter.
Blueberries are considered a superfood because they are loaded with vitamins A, B, and C, plus minerals, and antioxidants. One of the most important component in blueberries is anthocyanins, a compound shown to slowing age-related damage to the brain cells and also limit the ability of free radicals to cause cellular damage, If you are an adult over the age of 40 it is being advised tjat you eat blueberries every day. This will improve memory and also slow down the appearance of wrinkles. The Mayo Clinic reveals that eating blueberries can prevent serious health issues such as heart disease, certain cancers and diabetes.
Most folks today are looking for ways to save money in their daily lives. Today, long-term food storage options can be good both for your health and for your budget. This article has helpful tips on how food storage can help anyone eat healthier and cut their food bills.
For the last five years or so something I've been hearing about on and off is juice cleanses. The idea is essentially that you don't eat solid food for a set period of time and instead drink juices made up of juiced fruits and vegetables. Overall in the fitness and nutrition world, this concept is highly debated over and many can't decide if it's healthy, worth it, or an acceptable way to lose weight.