How to Make a Smoothie: 9 Golden Rules
The best thing about smoothies is their capacity for infinite experimentation. And like many subjective tastes, only you can determine the best combination of smoothie ingredients for you. But how do you go about preparing a smoothie without botching it up?Healthy Nutrient Rich Diet for Good Health
A good nutrient rich diet is essential for proper and optimal bodily functions. We all need to educate ourselves on the topic of nutrition in order to achieve better health. Living in a world of responsibilities, worries and stress can cause many bodily and maybe mental dysfunctions. Education is also a form of proper nutrition…What Is a Traditional Naturopath?
I am often asked what a naturopath is or what is naturopathy? Naturopathy means close to nature and or benefiting from nature. As a naturopath, I believe nature has given us everything we need to get well and stay well. The basic teaching of traditional naturopathy should sound familiar, “above all, do no harm”. Naturopaths in general specialize in wellness.Nutrition in the Modern World Is Passionate With the Ideas
When we say the word nutrition it often opens up a dialogue about food pyramids, calorie counts, and bizarre mathematical fixations such as the BMR (Basal Metabolic Rate) and the BMI (Body Mass index). However, true nutrition is about supplying the body with optimal food sources, fresh water, and variety.Possible Reasons Why Your Poo Is Green – Is This OK?
Stool color changes can often be worrying when one does not understand them; however, there may be many reasons for such changes. Of the many color changes that can take place, “green stools” are usually quite common.The Benefits of Black Tea
Have you ever thought that drinking a lovely cup of black tea can be so beneficial to your health? Well in deed it is. Black tea is packed with antioxidants specifically known as Polyphenols, that help the human body in many ways.Servings of Fruits and Vegetables – Not Just RABBIT FOOD Anymore!
As the recommended daily serving of fruits and vegetables increases, it may seem harder and harder to get your minimum requirement. However, the abundance and variety of produce is more readily available then ever before. What we used to call “rabbit food” has become an even more vital part of our diet to support our immune system and combat disease!How Can I Start Eating Healthy and Delicious Foods?
I’m very grateful for my beautiful wife Marlena who happens to be an amazing cook. I think everything she makes is delicious even though I’m an extremely picky eater.How Sugar Addiction and Other Food Addictions May Be Ruining Your Health (and What To Do About It)
The foods you’re addicted to may be harming your health. Find out how and how to change that with a few simple diet modifications.Well-Being Choices Help Boost Energy
There is always something somewhere in print, online, radio or television about the most recent diet. You’ll see it more often the first of the year and in the Spring as folks focus on getting fit when the layers of clothes come off as the temperature rises. You know my mantra “there is not one food that is all good or all bad for you.” IThere Is Now More Evidence Linking Gut Bacteria and Weight Loss
You may not care to know this, but the gastrointestinal tract of the average human contains about two to three pounds of bacteria, which outnumbers the body cells by about ten times. Not to worry, as without it you wouldn’t have an immune system. But all that bacteria plays a role not only in your immune system, but controlling asthma and some allergies, eliminating toxins and help to improve your mental health.How Much Protein Do You Really Need?
Proteins are chains of amino acids found in every cell in your body. As the ‘building blocks of life,’ proteins are used for repair, maintenance and new growth of cells, and they make up a major part of your skin, muscles, organs and glands. Because proteins in your body are constantly broken down, you need to consume protein in your diet that is digested into amino acids and used to replace the protein your body needs to function.