Showing posts with tag: food choices

13 MARCH 2017

Things You Should Know About Probiotics

According to the World Health Organization, probiotics are live micro-organisms which when administered in adequate amounts confer a health benefit on the host (you).

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22 FEBRUARY 2017

How to supercharge your diet

Eating more protein is the single best change you can make to your diet, as protein keeps you full for longer. Eat three high-protein, high-fat meals every day and you’ll be full for five hours after each one.

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13 FEBRUARY 2017

People Overeat ‘Healthy’ Food Options, Study Finds

A new study released found that eating “healthy” meals can actually become healthy as people generally tend to eat larger portions of the healthier meal.

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23 JANUARY 2017

Just add coconut: Five creative ways to incorporate the ‘superfood’ into your diet

If the idea of coconut instantly brings up pictures of cream pies, pina coladas and Almond Joys, maybe it’s time to expand your vision of coconut.

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14 DECEMBER 2016

The Truth About Butter

So what is the truth about butter? Why should we eat it and if our conclusion is that butter is actually good for us then why have we been told for so long that it is actually harmful to consume lots of quantities of butter or indeed any animal fat for that matter.

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22 NOVEMBER 2016

Thanksgiving But Low Carb

In this particular book we’ve got some recipes and articles that will help you make wiser choices for a thoroughly enjoyable thanksgiving dinner.

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22 NOVEMBER 2016
4 APRIL 2016

Low Carb Magazine April 2016

In this issue we have Julie Daniluk telling us all about how to eat clean as she tells us about foods that heal and foods that harm.

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22 FEBRUARY 2016

Low Carb Magazine June 2014

No… This magazine is never going to be about platitudes… but it is going to be about practical help and encouraging people to think about life in ways they may not have thought of before.

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17 FEBRUARY 2016

Unhealthy and addictive junk food

Junk food is high in refined sugar which puts your metabolism under stress.

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