Having fallen in and out of favor with nutrition experts, you’d think the fragile egg would be broken and beaten by now. Luckily, its ego isn’t nearly as vulnerable as its shell. Oblivious to the attempts to separate the egg from its well... Read more
All kinds of foods provide nutrients that your body needs. But some foods, known as "functional foods," do more for you body than just provide nutrients. They may also play a role in the prevention and treatment of certain chronic diseases.... Read more
It may sound strange for us to provide tips to boost calories when many members are trying to cut back. But some people have difficulty meeting even the minimum calories in their recommended ranges, whether because of lack of hunger, loss of appetite... Read more
A new study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition tested 19 subjects on three different diets. Researchers measured appetite, caloric intake, body weight, and fat mass, as well as blood measurements for insulin, leptin (the hormone... Read more
There comes a time in every person’s life when simple scrambled eggs just aren’t cutting it anymore. Sure, they’re easy and quick and pretty delicious, but we all know eggs have the potential to be so much more. Adding vegetables, m... Read more
Im still gaining weight even with diet and exercise faithfully (no cheats). I just started Metformin with no signs of any change. Anyone else not losing weight despite diet/exercise/medication? What hope is there at this point?... Read more
When you are on a diet and exercise regime I think the most important thing is accountability. If you are not truthful to yourself when you slip ( and let's face it, it happens ) you are setting yourself up to fail.... Read more
I'm a 56 y.o. male disabled man, I'm not able to walk any real distance so I cycle. When I started I was over 400... maybe as much as 430 and now down to my current 379 since June 27th. I lost pretty fast but in the last couple weeks stalled to 1 lb... Read more
Mushrooms themselves provide you with lean proteins as they have zero cholesterol, fats and very low carbohydrates. contain natural insulin and enzymes which help breaking down of sugar or starch of the food. They contain Vitamin D, calcium, Iron and... Read more
A certain amount of cholesterol is necessary by the body for proper physiological and structural function. Too much of it can have negative health consequences. Since cholesterol levels are influenced by your genetic makeup, your diet and certain lif... Read more
Is one day of high-cholesterol eating going to hurt your health? Great question! Dietary cholesterol usually gets a bad rap, but did you know that your body actually needs cholesterol? That's because cholesterol is a building block of body c... Read more
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