Whey Protein for Women and in General
Whey protein is a powdered protein that is commonly mixed up in shakes and used as a supplement. Often, whey protein is associated with bodybuilders. It can help to build lean muscle mass and decrease fat percentage in one’s body composition.Top Five Benefits of Zinc and Healthy Snack Ideas for Men
Zinc is a mineral that can be found in all parts of the body. It has an important role in cell division, the function of the immune system and the creation of some hormones. The lack of zinc are at risk of many health problems. At present, there are supplements that help reduce the nutritional gaps in the absence of zinc from food.Can You Eat Healthy on a Budget?
Eating healthy on a budget may seem like a daunting task, but with a little planning, it can be done. Here are my top tips for staying within your budget and eating healthy.Confessions of a Former Sugar Addict
Once the holidays are over the “sugar blues” typically descend. Learn some helpful tools to break free from sugar’s addiction from a Certified Holistic Health Coach who knows the struggle all too well!Top 12 Tournament Foods for Youth Athletes
Tournament foods supply energy and fluids and can comes from a number of sources but not all of them are beneficial to your health. There are a growing number of people using energy drinks as a source of food energy but fail to realize that they are a very poor source. Whole food will always be the best source of energy and fluids for competition or training. Here are my top ten food energy sources when heading to your weekend tournament.Effects of Soy Protein on Your Health
The effects of soy protein have been largely reported as being negative. There are lots of products available now like soybeans, soy cheese, soy milk and soy powder to make protein shakes. Several controversies about soy exist so should you avoid it?The Sun Shines Light on Good Health
I have a confession to make – I take living in the Sunshine State for granted. I don’t even think about the number of days that the sun brightens my daily outlook. My reality check came after chatting with friends in the Midwest who were so pumped up that the sun was shining. A sunny day is more than a flash in the pan when it comes to good mental and nutritional health.Somatization Disorder, and the Role of Unconditional Love
I have been reading a thought-provoking and enlightening book by John Bradshaw titled Healing the Shame that Binds Us. The author talks about ‘toxic shame’, wherein a person can come to believe that his whole self is fundamentally flawed and defective(instead of knowing his limitations, moral obligations and potential, which is termed ‘healthy shame’). He goes on to explain how unexplained and concealed feelings of this nature in early childhood operate destructively in adult personalities and interpersonal relationships.Blueberry Blues
The Blueberry is a plant native to North America. Native Americans revered the Blueberry as a gift from the Great Spirit. They called it The Star Berry. Today the Star Berry is considered a superfood.We All Love The Taste – Few Of Us Know How Seriously Dangerous It Is
When we think of sugar we automatically associate it with fun times. From an early age we were exposed to sweet snacks like ice cream, candy, and soft drinks. When our bubble gum lost its sweet taste we threw it away and got a fresh piece. We have been programed to reach for something sweet in times of stress and tension. The average person consumes almost 20% of their calories from refined white sugar. That averages out to about 150 pounds of sugar consumption a year. I think we can safely assume much of those 150 pounds are replacing more nutritious foods in our diets. And don’t be so naive as to think that cutting down, or even eliminating the white stuff will solve the problem.How to Achieve Your Ideal Weight Without Dieting
In today’s article, I will talk about a topic that seems to come up very frequently to most of my clients, which is how to achieve their ideal shape and weigh. I hope you enjoy it, connect the dots, and let yourself thrive..Protein: Building Block Of The Human Body
This article sheds light upon the consumption of proteins. Valuable nutrition and diet tips are provided.