A guide to make grocery shopping as convenient as possible to accommodate your lifestyle.
How much do you know about what is in your food? Are you even reading your food labels? Adding value to your nutrition is only half the battle. What should you
be subtracting? What is hidden in your food that is detracting from
your hard work? How many toxins are you introducing to your body? How much hidden sugar
is your child eating? Am I making myself sick? Or worse, am I eating
myself to death?
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A vegetarian or vegan diet can make finding sources of protein more difficult. This can be very taxing on an athlete or anyone maintaining a challenging fitness regime while reducing or cutting meat intake. This health expert has found ways to sustain his performance lifestyle with these key plant-based proteins.
Probiotics have become more popular over the last 10 to 20 years, along with vitamins, wheatgerm, and various other alternative and complementary medicines. The idea of restoring our normal intestinal flora and putting us back into balance, without using drugs, makes them natural and safe. Learn more about how you can benefit from adding probiotics to your diet.
The low-fat trend finally appears to be on its way out. The notion that saturated fats are detrimental to our health is deeply embedded in our zeitgeist — but shockingly, the opposite just might be true. For over 50 years the medical establishment, public health officials, nutritionists, and dietitians have been telling the American people to eat a low-fat diet, and in particular, to avoid saturated fats. Only recently have nutrition experts begun to encourage people to eat “healthy fats.”