Previously, we shared info on the popular Keto diet, the super low carb weight loss approach. Low carb diets are not new, popularized in the 1920s to treat epilepsy and diabetes, but the trend shifted to increasingly low amounts of carbs, morphing into the well-known Keto diet of today. The keto diet relies on ketone… Continue reading Longterm Studies Show Keto Diet Potentially Harmful to Body
Too often, weight loss is approached by subtracting or restricting foods. But sometimes adding foods can actually improve weight loss. That’s the case with vegetables. Because they are high in water and fiber they help to satisfy hunger and give the feeling of fullness, especially when consumed before a meal. They're also packed with many beneficial nutrients… Continue reading These 10 Foods Can Help Weight Loss
Sometimes satisfying your thirst results in purchasing beverages loaded with calories, sugar, fat, and other unnecessary ingredients. It only takes a few minutes and you can easily quench your thirst, satisfy the yearning for a warm drink, or refresh yourself with a home made drink. Bonus: you'll benefit from the nutrition and natural remedy of the ingredients.
Last week, we shared how a diet that includes plant proteins has been found to decrease the rates of all-cause death. In addition to that, it is well established that plant proteins are an important factor in lowering the risk of many health concerns such high cholesterol, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and inflammation (among other issues).… Continue reading 8 Recipes That Include Plant-Based Protein
Finishing up our series on healthy Easter and Passover foods, today we are sharing healthy options for Easter desserts. From no-bake fruit tarts that the kids can make themselves, to decadent (but healthy) lemon cake, there’s bound to be a dessert option that will satisfy your sweet tooth. Sugar Free Carrot Cake You might be… Continue reading 8 Healthy Easter Desserts