When making a major diet and lifestyle change, two of the most common challenges people face are: 1. eating clean but still enjoying foods you love that taste delicious, and 2. designating time to buy ingredients, cook, and prepare for the week ahead. If you’re looking for ways to simplify your lifestyle and help keep yourself accountable, whether you’re on a keto diet, a paleo diet, or just committing yourself to increasing your protein intake day to day, meal prepping can revolutionize your daily habits to keep you on track.
I’m right handed so I do a lot of incredibly important things with my right hand. Writing, using a knife, putting on mascara without poking myself in the eye to name but a few. My right hand is an incredibly important part of doing incredibly important things. And a lot of not so incredibly important things. I tap my nose with the index finger of my right hand when I’m thinking. Coincidentally the nail on that finger is very good to chew on when I’m stressed. Zips, buttons, poppers, all my right hand’s responsibility. I wasn’t kidding - all the things happen with my right hand. But it’s day six of my no processed sugar or booze for a year challenge and I’d quite happily lop the thing clean off just for a sip of the good stuff.
High cholesterol levels have been identified as the main cause of several ailments, especially cardiovascular diseases. Keeping your cholesterol levels low is one thing you must pay attention to in order to stay healthy. One of the most effective natural ways to lower your cholesterol levels is to avoid those foods that have been found to have very high cholesterol content. In this post, we will look at certain healthy food choices you can make as part of your natural treatment to lower your cholesterol levels.
If you are tired of trying out the latest diet that only produces results when you are on it, you are not alone. There are so many people who try yo-yo dieting, going back and forth between diets and still are not satisfied. Not only does this cause stress on your body, it can also mess with your metabolism and your digestive system.
As we all know, heart disease is nearly a good portion of worldwide deaths, approximately one-third. There are many foods that play a major influence in heart disease risk factors: blood pressure, triglycerides, cholesterol, as well as inflammation. There are over six million people living with cardiovascular disease and half of that number dies within the five-year limit; luckily, there are some foods out there that can prevent heart failure from happening. In order for this plan to succeed, one must be very dedicated to wanting a healthy heart by eating the right foods. Here’s a list of low sodium foods that you can eat, and what they can do for your heart.