Diet, Weight Loss, Obesity
When you consider that two hallmarks of obesity are insulin/leptin resistance and chronic inflammation, you can begin to recognize that excess weight is fertile ground for a wide array of other ailments—many of which can cut your life significantly short.
These fritters are unbelievably easy to make, low calorie, and the perfect way to sneak in some veggies! This recipe will make your taste buds dance.
Turmeric, with its unique flavor and rich yellow color, is known as “Indian gold” for its many healing properties. Science is only beginning to uncover the many ways in which this ancient home remedy serves as a natural medicine that can be picked up at virtually any grocery store for barely a fraction of the price of prescription drugs.
Thanks to modern agriculture, about 75 percent of the world’s population consumes only five animal species and 12 plant species. Of those 12, rice, maize and wheat contribute 60 percent of all the calories consumed worldwide. That means that the vast majority of us are not exposing our bodies to a wide variety of foods, and that may be setting the stage for illness to take hold.
You may be surprised to learn the risky moves you may make in your kitchen every day without even realizing it – here are your need-to-know-tips to keep food borne illnesses at bay and ensure your food and kitchens are bacteria-free. You’ll be surprised at how many of these food safety faux pas you’re guilty of — especially during the summer.
Modern processes of chemical extraction renders the original form of Stevia and other ‘natural’ herbal sweeteners virtually unrecognizable.
If you’re trying to address your mental state, optimizing your gut health should be toward the very top of your list. A number of food ingredients can cause or aggravate depression, but the number one culprit is refined sugar and processed fructose, which feed pathogens in your gut, allowing them to overtake more beneficial bacteria.
Raise your hand if on your path to becoming healthier you might have become a little obsessive-compulsive. A little confused. A little over-zealous. A little C R A Z Y!
I remember clearly back in 2009 when I was a student at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition being asked a similar question. I was just emerging from seven years under a dark cloud of fibromyalgia. With each month that passed, my pain was lessening.
I had this unhealthy relationship with my body and my eating. I simultaneously loathed myself and desperately desired to be skinnier, while also compulsively binging until I couldn’t move.
Sticky, salty, spiced and totally addictive: try these Sticky Peanut Cauliflower ‘Wings’
Dr. Axe: Here are the top ways to reduce sugar cravings. There are really four main steps. You need to get more fiber, more protein, more healthy fat and consume sour foods. If you follow those steps, and a fifth one we’ll add here, those things will help you overcome your sweet addiction and sugar cravings.
Enjoy and even enhance some of your favorite sandwiches without added gluten and carbs, with these 9 mouth-watering recipes.