While there may be no such thing as a magic weight-loss pill, the high-fiber, low-calorie, extremely nutritious legume comes very close.
Approximately five percent of Americans (three-fourths of them women) suffer from seasonal affective disorder (also known as SAD) in the winter as daily sunlight hours dwindle. Here’s what you can do to cheer up your winter time.
Everything you every wanted to know about eating gluten free – from whether a gluten-free diet is right for you, to what foods are gluten-free, to how to lose weight on a gluten free diet.
Five foods that fight fat and actually help you lose weight the more you eat them!
Studies show that those who do this have lower prevalence of anxiety disorder and depression, are less likely to be overweight, have better immune system functioning, healthier blood glucose levels, more vitality and energy, better cognitive functioning, increased attention span, higher levels of self-discipline and impulse control, increased self-esteem, a better ability to work through problems, and greater mental health overall.
As I walked through the frozen-food aisle at the grocery store the other day, I was really struck by the effusive array of diet foods. The words “fat-free”, “lite”, “low-calorie”, “lean”, and “low-fat” were everywhere.
Have you ever bribed your child to eat her broccoli? Or pleaded with him to eat his peas? It seems that most three- and four-year-olds don’t naturally love turnips, Brussels sprouts, and cauliflower. This fact, of course, can lead to problems at the dinner table. Over the years I have had many people ask me,…
Year after year, losing weight is among the top five New Year’s resolutions for the average American. And yet the vast majority of those resolutions go unfulfilled. Why? Counting calories, reducing portion sizes, restricting carbs, and even attempting a vigorous exercise program are often tactics that end in frustration. Do you just need more willpower? …
Have you ever wondered where your food comes from? What about that burger? The wheat for the bread is probably grown by a sweet, old farmer in Kansas. And the meat? From a farmer who feeds his little herd of cows on the grassy plains of Iowa. And the lettuce and tomato are grown on…