Showing posts with tag: nutrition
People may choose to reduce carbohydrate intake for a number of reasons. Those who suffer from type 2 diabetes must often find the ideal balance between the need for taking in enough carbohydrates to produce energy while also limiting carb intake to minimize unhealthy spikes in blood sugar levels. Still others seek to control carbohydrate intake as a way of following a balanced diet that includes healthier foods.Read more →
When it comes to sugar, cupcakes and cookies are obvious diet derailers. The real saboteurs of healthy eating however are sneaky sources of the sweet stuff, which in a day of meals and snacks can add up to serious trouble — especially if you’re among the 25.8 million Americans who suffer from diabetes.Read more →
What better way to feel like you’re vacationing in a charming village on the coast of Italy than by indulging in some wonderful, Mediterranean-inspired food?Read more →
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.Read more →
Becoming single minded is probably one of the most effective ways you can ensure your success in getting leaner and fitter.
If you really want success you should pass every decision you make through the filter of “will doing this or not doing this help me to get fitter and or leaner”.
I’m not so much talking about what could be considered the ‘bigger’ decisions like ‘what diet should I follow’… Hopefully you will already have decided that a Low carb or Paleo
diet type of diet is the healthiest. I’m more talking about the little decisions like…
Where do I go shopping?
What do I buy and take home?
Do I buy the cheaper brand or a better quality one?Read more →
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.Read more →