Dietary fat used to get a pretty bad rap. These days, however, it’s becoming more well known not only that fat in your diet is essential to health, but certain types of fat (including saturated fat!) offer some unique and potent health benefits, too.
One of the biggest reasons behind weight gain is our tendency to reach for instantly gratifying foods when we’re hungry. It’s difficult to find the patience for cooking a meal when hunger strikes; most of us would rather reach for whatever is available.
Do you want to dramatically reduce your risk of a stroke? Would you like to increase your chances of never getting cancer and heart disease? Is looking better because your skin isn’t aging as fast as it was appealing to you?
I love chips! How about you? This is one snack food that I tend to eat far too much of and have trouble avoiding. So instead of ignoring my deep love for chips, I’ve tried to find the healthiest chips to satisfy my craving and keep guilt at bay (and my waistline from growing).
Protein bars are offered at most grocery stores, gas stations, drug stores and gyms. There are many brands to choose from and all sorts of variety in each brand, advertising health benefits galore! But you may wonder: Are protein bars good for you?
There are two things that will always be around: eating and emotions. You have to eat in order to live, and as a human, you’re going to experience emotions. But when these two constants are paired together, it can become quite a challenging combination!
It’s the truth: We all want to save money buying healthy food. When you’re buying healthy food, you often are going to spend more money because of the difference in quality. This is often the reason people choose less healthy options. But there are ways to save money when you want to eat right and take care of yourself. Save your bucks and feed your body the best!
Most of us know that we need more magnesium, but I bet most don’t know why we need this amazing mineral. And unfortunately many of us don’t come close to receiving the daily requirement, because magnesium is typically found in whole, plant-based foods.