When Martha Stewart was doing hard time, there were reports that she voluntarily pulled up weeds outside in the prison yard each day. Was she just trying to get out early for good behavior? Not quite. Martha was actually taking an unconventional appr... Read more
A recent study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found the average daily intake of two carotenoids (beta-cryptoxanthin and zeaxanthin) was lower (by 40% and 20% respectively) for arthritis patients than healthy subjects. Both of thes... Read more
Getting your recommended daily allowance of fruits (1/2 to 2 cups) and vegetables (2-1/2 to 3 cups) is no small feat—especially when you don't have a lot of extra time to prep and cook all that produce. That's one reason why smoothies h... Read more
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Store shelves are drowning is books and magazines dedicated to the care and maintenance of your body. Your abs, your thighs – even your heart – get special attention. But what about your mind?
Why does it seem like the brain, y... Read more
24 What does it mean when I have a negative calorie differential? Am I not eating enough? I know if I go into a "starvation" mode that won't help me at all. I find this part rather confusing. Thanks in advance 479... Read more
I have been on weight loss/ fitness journey for over 3 years.
Currently I am weight training 3-5 times a week and would like to add Insanity/ T-25 and yoga to keep my fat % down. I wanted to know if I fuel myself well and appropriately, w... Read more
I have both currently for weight loss. My PT has made a plan for me which is extremely high protein and low carb and my dietician is making me one which is a balanced diet so carbs, fat, proteins etc, which one do I follow? I weight train 3 times a... Read more
Brussels Sprouts anti-diabetes food. Recent research has shown that brussels sprouts are also a potent anti-acid anti-cancer food. Those who eat brussels sprouts stabilize blood sugars, lowering acids and possibly avoid cancer. Broccoli, the sulfur c... Read more
Eating lots of veggies such as arugula, Asparagus, spinach, kale, cucumber,and collards, Cabbage, Broccoli, spinach, Celery, Cauliflower, Okra, onion, green beans, carrots, Kale white mushrooms, Turnips, romaine lettuce, red & yellow peppers, these a... Read more
According to the latest USDA nutritional guidelines, dark green vegetables should be a significant component of your vegetable intake. Collard greens, mustard greens, dandelion greens, beet greens, spinach, chard, and kale are just a few of the dark... Read more
We all know it's a good idea to eat leafy green veggies. They're chock-full of nutritious vitamins and minerals, and they're low in calories to boot. But if you can only stomach so much green in your life, which leafy green should you cho... Read more
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