Everyone is looking for Superbowl food ideas. Considering it is the 2nd biggest eating day next to Thanksgiving, it’s not that we need food ideas, we need healthier Superbowl food ideas!
It’s GRILLING Season! But there’s some controversy about grilling — is it TRULY healthy? Is there truth to the thought that barbecuing and grilling can be unhealthy? Well, yes and no. We grill regularly — most days of the week from spring – fall. Not just for the flavor, but it’s a healthy way to […]
We’ve recently been BOMBARDED with questions about coconut oil … it is HOT and getting a ton of attention. So, being that it’s my birthday, it was time to take a day off of blogging … and repost an earlier one that will hopefully answer many of the questions that we’re getting. ___________________________________ Last week […]
A new study published in the January 2010 issue of the Journal of the American Dietetic Association just blew the roof off the accuracy of calorie counts on a lot of these foods — with one restaurant having 200% MORE calories than stated in a particular food!
When I shop for fruits and vegetables I always consult the Environmental Working Group’s (EWG) pocket-size Shopper’s Guide to Pesticides, which identifies fruits and vegetables that have the highest and lowest pesticide residues
Studies linking environmental substances to disease are coming fast and furious. Chemicals in plastics and common household goods have been associated with serious developmental problems, while a long inventory of other hazards are contributing to rising rates of modern ills: heart disease, obesity, diabetes, autism.
Holiday weight gain is common. But you can get rid of that muffin top and shrink your spare tire by controlling your stress.
Beans are high up on the list for one of the greatest foods of all time…Gram for gram, it would be harder to find a more nutrient dense food for the same cost. Beans are high in antioxidants, high in fiber, high in protein, and can drastically reduce your risk of heart disease.