Sensible Eating

17 MARCH 2015

Protein is More Satisfying

Low carbers have known the simple truth for many years that a meal rich in protein will help you last between meals without getting an attack of the munchies.

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17 MARCH 2015

Drinking Raw Milk

Where I live, I’m able to buy raw milk in my local grocery store. This has been a real blessing as you can imagine. In fact it is not only on sale literally 2 minutes walk from my house, The cows that produce it live in the same valley and I see them from time […]

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17 MARCH 2015

Indigestion – Dyspepsia

Indigestion, also known as upset stomach or dyspepsia, is discomfort or a burning feeling in the upper abdomen, often accompanied by nausea, abdominal bloating, belching, and sometimes vomiting. Some people also use the term indigestion to describe the symptom of heartburn. While indigestion may be caused by a disease in the digestive tract such as […]

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11 MARCH 2015

Skipping Meals is a Recipe for Failure

Eating only one or two meals a day is a recipe for disaster, no matter what diet you are on. This ‘starving and then stuffing yourself’ pattern of eating will set you up for uncontrollable food craving and massive binges later on. The problem is that your blood sugar plummets when you go long periods […]

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23 FEBRUARY 2015

5 Ways to Eat Healthier Even When You’ve Failed Before

Here are five ways you can start eating healthier even when you’ve failed before.

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4 FEBRUARY 2015

Foods That Fight Osteoarthritis & Inflammation

Osteoarthritis is characterized by loss of cartilage in the joint. We used to think it was just mechanical wear and tear, but is “now generallyaccepted to be an active joint disease with a prominent inflammatory component.” This is supported by the fact that, for example, there is significantly higher production of inflammatory prostaglandins from tissue […]

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9 JUNE 2014

9 Expert Tips For More Mindful Eating

Unless you’re a competitive eater, there’s really no reason to scarf down your meals. After all, doing the opposite — that is, slowing down — is likely better for your waistline, according to a new review of studies.

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6 JUNE 2014

Sugar Myth Busters: 5 Reasons Not to Sour on Yogurt

Still concerned about sugar? Plain yogurt or plain Greek yogurt are great alternatives.

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10 JANUARY 2014

10 Tips for January Weight Loss

If you’re like most people, the good intentions never seem to translate into success and each January you’re back wondering which diet to go on next.

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28 NOVEMBER 2013

Thanksgiving For Special Diets: How To Make A Meal Everyone Can Eat

What happens when a vegan, a person on the Paleo diet and a gluten-free eater sit down together to a Thanksgiving dinner?

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