You’re careful about calories and fussy about fat. You crunch the numbers and keep track of your daily diet. But how conscious are you regarding calcium, the mineral that keeps both men and women strong and healthy?
Calcium plays an... Read more
Imagine experiencing severe abdominal pain, along with alternating bouts of both constipation and diarrhea. Even worse, your doctor can find no physical explanation or effective treatment for you, despite these very real symptoms. Unfortunately, this... Read more
Your diet may be the missing link in your training plan. Here are some common nutrition mistakes that many athletes and exercise enthusiasts make that can negatively affect performance. (Don’t worry; we’ve got you covered with the solutio... Read more
The humble bean is quite the super food: packed with calcium, iron, potassium, B vitamins, plus about a quarter of the protein and half the fiber recommended daily for adults—all in a single serving. According to the U.S. Department of Agricult... Read more
Consider the salad to be the ultimate expression of your creativity in the kitchen. The bowl of greens is your canvas; the ingredients are your paints and brushes. A good salad--one that's packed with wholesome foods and tastes great, too--is... Read more
Welcome back! Regaining weight on maintenance stinks.
If it helps, four steps forward and one back still = three steps (or 100 pounds) ahead. You know you can drop 30 pounds again, and you're welcome to scream about the frustration of doing so!... Read more
crap. crap,crap,crap. I gained so much weight back. I was down 130 lbs! Now I'm back under the 100 lb mark. this is frustrating but it's time to start up again. I just logged my food for fort he first time in...at least a year. it's really bad.... Read more
I was listening to the radio today and heard this statement concerning saving money. It made me think of losing weight.
SO what is the ONE thing you are focusing on this week to lose weight?... Read more
Water Formula: take your present weight in pounds (say 100 lbs) convert to ounces (100 ounces) and divide in 1/2 (50 ounces daily) is what's recommended. Too little:water retention, sluggish elimination of toxins. Too much: electrolytes issues.... Read more
Garbanzo's are a good source of folic acid, fiber, protein & manganese. Garbanzo beans can help lower cholesterol and improve blood sugar levels. Any one with kidney stones should avoid them. Good in salads, Baked with cinnamon or feta, or eat plai... Read more
Beans are nutritious and digested slowly so it will cause only a gentle rise in blood sugar. Diabetics who eat lots of beans require less insulin to control blood sugar. Lots of beans...Black Beans, Black-eyed peas, Cannellini, Garbanzo, Fava, Great... Read more
'Health Hero' Lauren Niemes takes on bad foods from Cincinnati.com
For BILLALEX70, weight loss is a way of life from The Marion Star
1 in 3 Adults Have High Blood Pressure or High Cholesterol from Diet Blog
Garbanzo Bean Soup from Oh She Glows... Read more
I'm not one who loves a lot of stuff, and I'm constantly trying to get rid of things rather than amass them. That said, when I find something I love, I want to share. Today I'm spreading the word about some of the products that I love thi... Read more
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