Eating Fat Makes You Fat – Right? Part One
With all the low-fat diets out there, everyone is afraid to eat any fat. I had to find out if eating any fat at all is bad for you.How to Grow Healthy Organic Food
How to grow organic food. How to grow healthy organic food. How to grow healthy organic food free from toxic contaminants.The Dark Side of Wheat
Is wheat bad for you? The answer to that is unequivocally yes. The immediate question that would arise to many minds is how could something so pedestrian and common be bad for health? After all haven’t humans have been consuming wheat since antiquity? This article briefly traces the history of wheat in human civilization and how modern wheat has adverse health effects.Good Nutrition For A Better Workout
No matter what your motives are for starting a brand new workout system, you definitely will need to pay attention to your nutritional. If you workout like crazy but consume a high fat diet plan you will not reap the complete advantages of your workouts.What’s Not to Love About Pomegrantes?
Pomegranates show remarkable health benefits. Plus they taste amazing. What’s not to love?Children’s Exercise Activities
Guidelines of the United States Department of Health and Human Services say that kids from the age of 6 to 17, (children and adolescents) need 60 minuets of moderate to vigorous physical activity. The best part about this is that it doesn’t have to be continuous and can be easily incorporated into our every day lives which makes it astonishing that only 35% of children in the United States are actually engaging in exercise within or more than the guidelines say.The Number 2 Vitamin Deficiency: Magnesium, Are You Getting Enough?
Magnesium is the second most common vitamin deficiency in America. Check out the many benefits of magnesium.How to Stay Healthy on a Budget
Health doesn’t have to be expensive. Try these 5 tips and let us know what you think.Why Good Carbohydrates Are Good
What if I say, “Functional Foods!” – boring and difficult to understand, right? Not at all!Nutrition Awareness, Don’t Wait 20 Years
Approximately thirty years ago when I started my training we were learning about all the things the media is now reporting as new and revolutionary in the world of nutrition! It is well-known even in the medical world it takes 25 years for a new technique or idea to become mainstream. Sounds a little far-fetched? Not really.Eating Healthy – How Do We Maintain Changes?
It can be difficult to successfully maintain changes in your diet. Diet research does provide some clues as to how to start making changes to increase your chances of success in the long-term.Carrageenan Is Linked to Inflammation
What is carrageenan? It’s a controversial food additive, allowed in many “organic” food products. It is a common practice for non-organic but essential ingredients to find their way into organic foods.