Diet, Weight Loss, Obesity
These simple and healthy(ish) holiday drinks will raise your festive spirits, but not your pants size—so you can sip guilt-free!
When it comes to comfort food, does it get any better than gooey homemade macaroni and cheese? Instead of a typical heavy sauce laden with butter try this healthy and delicious recipe.
Get back on track with conscious mindful eating today with these incredibly easy, healthy and delicious recipes using your Thanksgiving leftovers. (So delish you won’t even give turkey sandwiches a second thought!)
There are many excellent methods to detox, and after indulging in a holiday feast, there is hardly a better time to cleanse the body of accumulated toxins. Though you can try a myriad of techniques coming from varying medicinal practices around the world, the following 4 are some of the most readily practiced and easiest to complete – in many cases almost immediately after eating some ‘not-so-healthy’ treats at Thanksgiving time.
With an epidemic of serious immunological diseases on the rise, this study moves us closer to the ability to treat a host of serious chronic conditions through simple dietary and lifestyle changes.
Want to know if your liver is functioning properly (and giving you a good metabolism)? Read this and discover the signs of poor liver function.
While both green and Matcha teas are powerful magic potions. Matcha takes the nutritional benefits a step further. Here are some of the major differences.
Our society is one filled with food of the utmost convenience. We need only to drive a few minutes in order to find some fast food joint offering fat-ridden delights on the cheap. As a consequence, we’ve become attuned to what scientists call the stimuli of our food environment.
Nourish, nurture and warm your family’s heart and soul with these super yummy and comforting Fall foods.
It is that time of year when many people go crazy for a pumpkin latte. Real pumpkin puree, spices, and maple syrup re-create this coffee shop classic without all the added sugars and preservatives. So cozy up with a movie or a good book and enjoy this fall cup of cheer.
We’ll see that nutrition and metabolism are inextricably linked; often feeding off one another, and playing key roles in our overall health. Today, we’re going to discuss metabolism a bit further. More specifically, things that we can do to transform our metabolism into a fat-burning machine.
When it comes to eating organic, and encouraging others to do so, it’s not uncommon to hear a response in the form of, “well, how do we really know it’s organic” or “it probably doesn’t even make a difference.” This is still common, but with more uproar within the past few years about the concerns surrounding the pesticides that are constantly sprayed on our foods, science is now stepping in to examine the difference.