The humble soybean has come a long way. Today, soy is everywhere and in every possible form—beans, nuts, milk, yogurt, cheese, flour, tofu, tempeh, and “meat” analogs, to name a few. You can eat soy alone, cooked, or combined with o... Read more
When trying to conceive, women aren't the only ones who should be paying attention to what they're eating. What men eat can affect their fertility, too.
Good nutrition can generate valuable dividends, and there is no better time than the... Read more
The 2005 USDA Food Guide Pyramid favors plant-based proteins (like legumes and nuts), and even recommends fewer servings of meat than before. Research has shown that eating a few meatless meals per week can lower risk of heart disease and may eve... Read more
What exactly does that little soybean do? Turns out that it is a nutritional powerhouse, and although no governmental guidelines have been issued as to how much you should consume a day as part of your healthy diet, most researchers and health pr... Read more
There was a time in recent history when the closest Americans willingly came to soybeans was by driving through farm country. The only milk you could find at the grocery store came from cows, and the word “tofu” conjured images of bell-bo... Read more
I joined SparkPeople.com because I want to lose weight while pursuing a healthier lifestyle. I've been here for about five weeks now, and the scale has moved an almost disappointing five pounds. Instead of being unhappy about my slow progress, I am m... Read more
I'm looking to switching to soymilk because i feel it contributes to my allergies...is it more nutritious than reg. milk? and i'm also concerned on how this can interact with medications..for example thyroid meds? I only consume a total of 1.5 cups... Read more
Apparently, scientists are still digging up several advantages of laughing each day. As a matter of fact, elaborate research is still being conducted based on this topic. However, it is always certain that laughter is something that can only brin... Read more
Today I watched Dr. Oz and they were talking about natural supplements and one was ginko and how a lab has been looking at the dna of the actual supplements and in the ginko they found that it was made with walnuts instead of what was suppose to be i... Read more
· All natural. No preservatives. No artificial flavors. · No synthetic growth hormones: No rBST-treated milk.· Includes 5 live & active cultures, including 3 probiotics.· Made with real fruit. · Twice the protein of regular yo... Read more
Go to Costco and buy a large container of Nuts to keep at your desk! My favorite is Ann's House Soy Energy Blend $8 for 2lbs (soy nuts, almonds, pumpkin kernels, cranberries). Keeps me from going to the snack machine and lasts three weeks at my des... Read more
For anyone struggling with weight issues due to insulin resistance, diabetes, PCOS, and hypoglycemia. Diet Health Benefits also help reduce HBP, Cholesterol, Triglycerides, & Liver Enzymes.
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Not sure how to meet your protein needs without meat? Look no further! We've rounded up a variety of resources to help you learn all you ever wanted to know about vegetarian protein.
Reference Guide for Proteins
How to Meet Your Protein Nee... Read more
The winners are: MANDY_CHANEY and TERLITSKY. If there's one food that we hear SparkPeople members rave about more than any other, it's yogurt. Portable, packed with calcium, and a great replacement for dessert, they love it. But one variety s... Read more
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