10 Reasons to Eat More Garlic
Garlic is one of the most commonly used spices around the world. Are you wondering why you should add it to your diet? Here are ten convincing health reasons you simply cannot ignore.A Healthier You Is Easy to Achieve
Good health is not just the absence of sickness and or diseases. It is also a state of well being including physical, mental and even emotional well being. If you want to be healthy, you must pay attention to your health and cultivate a healthy life style which begins with nutritional diet combined with other physical activities.Will Eating Fish Lower Heart Disease?
They told us to eat fish. It is healthy, most of the time. Here the best kinds of fish and where to get them.If You Are What You Eat
Food Allergies are a growing concern for children and adults. The food source has been corrupted and now the increased “non-food” in our food source is making us increasingly allergic.African American Botanist Sowed Seeds of Good Health
There is a long list of “power foods,” and at the top of the heap you’ll find sweet potatoes and peanuts. Surprisingly the two have more in common than their popularity on the “hot” list. Both of the foodstuffs were studied by Dr. George Washington Carver who invented numerous uses for them. Carver was an African American botanist and inventor in Alabama during the early twentieth century. His life’s work focused on agriculture and these foods among others.Food Additive Watch: Azodicarbonamide
If you are like me, the only reason you might recognize this lengthy word is because of Food Babe, the online food sleuth, who popularized it last year by calling it the “yoga mat” chemical. Subway was the main target, being called out for having this compound in their breads. While they took most of the heat, the truth is a number of other companies in the food industry have been using this chemical as well and likely they are breathing a deep sigh of relief that no one came after them first. Many of them, in fact, have quietly removed it.The Benefits Of Rotten Food (And I Don’t Mean Sugar!)
Fermented foods can benefit the digestive system and our general health. This article discusses the effects of unbalanced gut bacteria, how fermented foods can help, and examples of fermented foods.6 Simple and Healthy Italian Eating Habits
Italians live longer then almost the entire rest of the world. This factor may be attributed to their eating habits. I share with you 5 easy eating habits I have learned from the Italians.Whole 30 Diet
After seeing some of my friends embrace the Whole 30 Diet, I’ve decided to give it a try and hope to drop some weight, as I organically change my overall eating routine. My hope is that this article will provide a bit of humanity, humor and information about this diet, instead of the rigid, inflexible types that most are used to seeing.Carbohydrates and Your Body
What are carbohydrates? Is there a good and bad kind? Why do we need it in our diets and how much? I will do my best to answer these questions involving carbohydrates.Top 3 Eating Rituals That Will Change Your Life
Today, I want to share with you three amazing eating rituals that you can incorporate into your daily life. When practiced with love, consciousness and intent, they will surely change your relationship to food and your overall outlook towards yourself and all that surrounds you. In order to apply these rituals, our understanding of food, nutrition, and eating must undergo a radical upgrade, as we are called to become alchemists in daily life in order to transcend the many layers of density that we have created through our social programming.NutriActs’ MV Multivitamin: For an Enhanced Everyday Health and Well Being
Do we need a multivitamin supplement? It is very commonly believed that if one has a healthy and balanced diet, there is no need to go for any additional multivitamin supplements. Nevertheless, research has shown that most of the diets are lagging in terms of one nutrient or the other, and may not make up for complete nutrition. This feature becomes all the more prominent when we take into consideration growing children or seniors.