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Consider Food Psychologically

Consider Food Psychologically

Consider your dietary intake as a factor for all of your health conditions ranging from a chronic medical condition to the passing cold. Consider food as a factor in your psychological state of mind and your ability to deal with stress. If you eat a certain way, you’ll be more equipped to deal with stress and your … Continued

Proper Posture

Proper Posture

Proper posture is very essential to your overall health and well-being. Posture can help you walk faster and burn more calories while reducing risk of injury. When you stand tall, your muscles move through a greater range of motion for a more powerful stride.

Health Is About Balance

Health Is About Balance

Health is about balance. Health is about balance and keeping the “whole” in mind. What you think is good for you needs to be balanced with other things that you probably have not considered. Eat a variety of foods and not just what you think is good. Make sure you include a work-out regiment in your week … Continued

Bad Fats vs Good Fats

Bad Fats vs Good Fats

Bad Fats vs Good Fats. Saturated fats and trans fatty acids should be avoided and replaced with polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats for optimal health and weight loss. Saturated fats found in dairy products such as butter and cheese, red meat and hardened oils, such as margarine, can increase your risk of cardiovascular disease and obesity. They … Continued

Powers of the Dandelion Green

Powers of the Dandelion Green

The powers of the dandelion green. The dandelion green has many facets and curing powers. Dandelion is beneficial to digestion and is an antiviral that may be useful in the treatment of AIDS and herpes. It may also be useful in treating jaundice, cirrhosis, edema due to high blood pressure, gout, eczema and acne. Dandelion … Continued

The Possible Cure of Sunlight

The Possible Cure of Sunlight

Sunlight may lower the risk of multiple sclerosis. MS is more common in populations that live farther from the equator. People who move from a low-risk area to a high-risk area before the age of 15 acquire a higher risk of developing MS, whereas those who make the same move after adolescence retain a lower … Continued

Try Agave Nectar

Try Agave Nectar

Agave Nectar is a healthy, natural sweetener that is gluten free and allergen free. It has a low glycemic index, so it will not over stimulate the production of insulin the way refined sugar does. Agave nectar should be substituted for refined sugar for help with weight management, insulin regulation and other health benefits.

Vitamin D Helps With Weight Loss

Vitamin D Helps With Weight Loss

Vitamin D helps with weight loss. Vitamin D can help you lose weight by aiding your body with insulin secretion and metabolism. Recent research has linked obesity with low levels of Vitamin D. Vitamin D is found in milk, salmon, sardines and cod liver oil. Vitamin D also comes from sunlight.

Avoid Refined Sugars

Avoid Refined Sugars

Avoid refined sugars. Refined sugars found in desserts, and processed carbohydrates found in white bread, white rice and white pasta, should be replaced with whole grains found in wheat bread, whole grain pasta and brown rice. Make sure your intake of refined sugars is less than 10% of your daily calories. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sucrose  

All Carbohydrates Are Not Created Equal

All Carbohydrates Are Not Created Equal

This fact is certain that all carbs are not created equal. There 3 different types of carbohydrates, see the differences and how they help or hinder weight loss. Simple carbohydrates are composed of 1 or 2 sugar units that are broken down and digested quickly. Recent research has shown that certain simple carbohydrate foods can cause extreme surges … Continued