There’s no question diet, exercise and calories have an impact on weight. But many other factors aid in weight loss. From sleeping patterns, different types of fats, hormones, eating times, light levels, stress, and more. Now I’d like to focus on how different gastrointestinal issues can change the health of the 40 trillion microbes living… Continue reading What To Eat When Living With IBS
We've all heard the English proverb, "Birds of a feather flock together", meaning that people that are like-minded and of similar character often associate with each other. That parallel crosses into food habits and like we've previously shared, friendships and family can impact your waistline. Depending on the relationships people have with food, who you… Continue reading Birds of a Feather. . .Eat Together?
We've 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). Today, we… Continue reading 8 Plant-Based Recipes That Help Support Cardiovascular Health
Nearly 1 out of every 2 adults in the U.S. is considered to have cardiovascular disease. That’s a startling number, but Americans as a whole still aren’t active or maintain a healthy weight. As of 2020, 42.4% of American adults are considered obese, having a BMI over 30. So what is someone to do, if… Continue reading 8 Heart Healthy Recipes
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