You are what you eat – and that’s why it’s important to choose wisely. Here are five superfoods for women that should be a part of every woman’s diet and why they’re important for good health.
This little publicized relative of the broccoli family is cited for having a unique chemical called PEITC which affords it some unique cancer fighting properties. Here are some of the amazing health benefits of watercress:
You hear it, read it, and see it almost everywhere: people with weight problems are common and increasing in number. This is often followed by a message that tells you to “eat healthy, exercise, and consume fewer calories than you burn”. The truth is, there are a lot of people who feel they truly consume […]
Hydration is critical for safety and for athletic performance. Unfortunately, some athletes feel full and bloated when they drink fluids during a workout. This article discusses ways to stay hydrated during exercise without feeling full or heavy.
Can making the switch to a vegetarian diet help you lose weight? Find out if vegetarian diets make weight control easier and how to avoid the pitfalls of going vegetarian.
You’ve vowed to help your family eat healthier this year which usually means saying goodbye to favorite foods like home-made pizza. But what if you could keep your resolution and still serve your family the food they love? Home-made pizza tops the list as one of our favorite junk foods but with a few simple changes you can create a healthier version without losing any flavor.
Most of us grew up hearing from parents and doctors alike that we should eat as many fruits and vegetables as possible, but many of us probably wondered why. As it happens, the human body thrives in many different ways when we choose to incorporate many fruits and vegetables into our diet. Here are ten […]
You already know the health benefits of vegetables, but there’s a class of vegetables that stands out when it comes to warding off disease – cruciferous vegetables. Find out what makes cruciferous veggies so special and how to get more of them.
Food swapping allows you to cook the same meals and increase their nutritional density. If you make a conscious effort to replace one ingredient in every meal with a healthier option, your diet, and your health, will improve. This article will give you some healthy suggestions.
“Silent” inflammation is thought to contribute to a variety of diseases including heart disease, type 2 diabetes, autoimmune diseases and even Alzheimer’s disease. Many people have this type of low-grade inflammation without being aware of it, and diet plays a role. This article discusses the importance of eating an anti-inflammatory diet for good health and how best to do it.