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Saying No to Processed Foods...

Saying No to Processed Foods

It’s nearly impossible to go anywhere these days and not see advertisements on the dangers of processed foods and how detrimental they are for the body. With everyone focusing on “clean eating” and removing bad foods from our daily regimen, the fact of the matter remains that few people actually know what the term means and how to differentiate between healthy and processed foods.   Clean eating is basically the consumption of organic foods instead of unnatural foods that have been made in a laboratory. The latest technologies have made it easier than ever to make fake foods, which are cheap and easily distributed worldwide. Before you start changing...

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Saying No to Processed Foods...

Saying No to Processed Foods

It’s nearly impossible to go anywhere these days and not see advertisements on the dangers of processed foods and how detrimental they are for the body. With everyone focusing on “clean eating” and removing bad foods from our daily regimen, the fact of the matter remains that few people actually know what the term means and how to differentiate between healthy and processed foods.   Clean eating is basically the consumption of organic foods instead of unnatural foods that have been made in a laboratory. The latest technologies have made it easier than ever to make fake foods, which are cheap and easily distributed worldwide. Before you start changing...

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The Facts About Weight Loss...

The Facts About Weight Loss

          Being obese can have serious health consequences. These include an increased risk of: heart disease stroke high blood pressure diabetes gallstones Forms of cancer Sexual Dysfunction Losing weight can help reduce these risks. Here are some general points to keep in mind: Any claims that you can lose weight effortlessly are false.The only proven way to lose weight is either to reduce the number of calories you eat or to increase the number of calories you burn off through exercise. Most experts recommend a combination of both. Very low-calorie diets are not without risk and should be pursued only under medical supervision.Unsupervised very low-calorie diets can deprive you of important nutrients and are potentially dangerous. Fad...

Inside Gluten Intolerance

When diagnosed with Celiac Disease, your doctor will advise you to go gluten free. Continuing to eat gluten after being diagnosed can potentially harm your body further. There are many gluten free alternatives including gluten free bread, pasta, cereal, etc. There are also gluten free ingredients such as gluten free flour to make your own food, including your own bread. Autoimmune disease Celiac disease is known as an autoimmune disease. This means an individual with this type of disease should refrain from consuming a diet consisting of rye, barley, and wheat. Gluten is found in pasta and bread. However, there are many other types of food that can have traces of gluten. Health conditions Gluten intolerance/celiac disease can...

Inside Gluten Intolerance
posted on: May 8, 2013 | author: admin

Three Ways to Check Your Body Fat Levels...

If you are trying to lose weight, the absolute best way to keep track of your progress is to step on the scale. However, a basic bathroom scale will only measure your body weight and does not take into consideration your body fat. In order to get a more accurate idea of your body composition, it is best to measure your body fat levels. Here are three ways to check your body fat levels. 1. Use a home bathroom scale that measures body fat- These scales are different than your normal bathroom scales. The utilize Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis method to determine body fat percentage. It transmits a harmless electrical current through your feet which sends data to the...

Three Ways to Check Your Body Fat Levels
posted on: Apr 8, 2013 | author: admin

Protein – is it the key to losing weight?...

Article by Best Weight Loss Programs Reviews This is because they appear to satisfy hunger more than traditional diets – protein, it seems, has more staying power than fats and carbs when it comes to promoting fullness and satiety. Our Ministry of Health advises around 12–15 per cent of our total kilojoules should come from protein, around 30 per cent from fat and the remainder from carbohydrates. This is for general health, not necessarily weight loss. If we are to increase protein, as many weight loss diets today recommend, the problem arises, what do you cut back on – fat or carbohydrates? Dr Atkins decided carbs were the enemy and restricted them drastically. While people lost weight, they...

Protein – is it the key to losing weight?
posted on: Mar 30, 2013 | author: admin

Yes, they really do eat salad for breakfast in Israel!...

Whether we stayed in a flash hotel in Jerusalem, on an Orthodox Jewish kibbutz or in an Arab B&B in a small town, everywhere it was the same: the healthiest breakfasts you can imagine. They consisted of salads: the two core ingredients are chunks of tomato and cucumber, plus red onion, capsicum, feta, herbs (parsley and mint) and olives. (Not a fan of olives, I substitute red grapes.) Traditionally Mediterranean salads do not include lettuce but there were lettuce salads, with carrot, mushrooms, courgette, tabouleh, chickpeas, seeds, nuts (walnuts) and more. There were also eggs several ways, fish (including my favourite: smoked salmon), yoghurt, cheeses, hummus (the real thing – absolutely delicious), pita bread, fresh and dried fruit...

Yes, they really do eat salad for breakfast in Israel!
posted on: Mar 30, 2013 | author: admin
Coleanse Diet: A healthier way to lose weight

Coleanse Diet: A healthier way to lose weight

posted on: Mar 9, 2013 | author: admin

Guest post is provided by Coleanse Diet. Partially digested matter accumulated in your colon leads to ill health and colon cleansing with Coleanse can help you to not only lose weight but also to remove them from your system. Many studies suggest that accumulated fecal matter and partially digested fecal matter could add additional five to 25 pounds to your body weight. Additionally, these accumulations can provide a breeding ground for parasites and bring harmful impacts such as weaken and stressed heart, create pain in joints, promote skin blemishes, irritate lungs, poison liver and other organs, and cause severe fatigue. Harden stools are harder to pass and cause constipation. So, why not cleanse your colon to remove putrefied as well as partially digested harmful feces from your colon? Not only that colon cleansing can reduce your body weight up to ten pounds. The important thing to remember with colon...

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