Many are still insisting that coconut oil is a healthy food, and that any warnings over it being unhealthy are unfounded. So, to show why the AHA arrived at this conclusion, we decided to take a closer look at coconut oil— and see why it’s now being touted as an unhealthy food.
Science follows certain rules. When we try to sidestep these rules, we may see results for a while— but eating processed foods, whether or not they are advertised as healthy, will show up in ways we don’t want. Here’s some “food for thought.”
You've heard of macros— carbs, proteins and fats— but micros?? What's a micro, and why are they essential?
With the holiday season just ending, overindulging at festive parties and get-togethers may have easily derailed your diet, and quickly. One treat can lead to many, while appetizers, drinks and carbohydrate-rich sides can have you eating your full amount of daily calories in one serving! If you’re ready to get back on track post-holiday, try these six detox diet tips to help you reset after a season of too many indulgences!
If you have put on a few pounds and are feeling uncomfortable from all the holiday cheer, you can incorporate these quick fixes to help relieve bloating and water retention.
Learning a new skill or even driving a different route home will result in a stronger brain; pounding the pavement, performing some HIIT or lifting weights will result in stronger muscles, bones and heart. Fortunately and unfortunately, in today’s society, things have become automated physically, yet our brains and stress levels are through the roof.
A new study published by healthybabycereals.org shows that the amount of arsenic contained in rice is staggering, and way above the health limit. While this study was centered around baby cereals— and nearly 105 baby cereals were surveyed – it does point out a very alarming fact.
The holidays are here! Put up your Christmas tree, hang up your stockings, and get ready for cold nights warmed with hot cocoa and touches of cinnamon. Cinnamon has long been a staple of the holiday season— and now, new studies point to cinnamon being a great fat burner too!
It’s that time of year again— time to gather with the family and rejoice the season with of course lots of tantalizing food. Instead of opting for the traditional eats, why not make a delightful appetizer that reduces the carbs and calories and packs some fiber, too? Try these six healthy holiday appetizers for your next festive get together.
Rather than simply giving up on goodies this holiday season, try these clean ingredient swaps and suggestions to slim down your holiday favorites. Happy baking!
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