29 September 2015 Why Are My Vitamin & Mineral Totals So Low?
If you have noticed that certain vitamin and minerals totals are always low on your nutrition reports, it may or may not be because your intake is truly low. This post will describe ways to improve accuracy of your vitamin and mineral totals on reports.
23 September 2015 Yes, Big Portions Do Cause Overeating
A new study validates what we’ve known all along: big portions cause overeating. Now what can we do about it?
17 September 2015 The Saga of Trans Fats
Learn about the history of industrially produced trans fats (partially hydrogenated oils) and the FDA’s final ruling. These are the worst type of fats for cardiovascular health.
8 September 2015 Be Sugar Savvy! Lose Weight by Decreasing Added Sugars in Your Diet
Knowing the major food sources of added sugars and identifying hidden sources of added sugars by reading the ingredient list, can help you become sugar savvy and meet your weight loss goals.
4 September 2015 Tips for Losing Weight
The following practices will help you lose weight - whether you are just starting out, trying to break out of a weight stall, or simply want more tips or ideas.
2 September 2015 Healing Nutrition
Well-nourished cells from good nutritional health are a plus for healing. Some of the big player nutrients involved in tissue repair and the decreased risk of infection include dietary protein, zinc, vitamins A and C. Good nutrition can give you a fighting advantage for faster healing. A steak with quinoa, broccoli, a glass of milk and cantaloupe for dessert could be just what the doctor ordered.
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