Every January, millions of people around the world resolve to eat healthier. They set lofty goals for themselves, but often fail because they don’t make a solid plan of what they’re going to eat. It’s not enough to write down vague resolutions — set yourself up for success this January by creating healthy meal plans using these tried-and-true recipes.
Navigating the health food landscape isn’t easy. Even if you’re disciplined enough to sidestep the snack aisle, you still need to watch your portion sizes. In most countries, packaged food must include the suggested serving size. That said, it’s easy to get crossed up.
As a new class of freshmen heads off to college this fall, it’s easy to get caught up in all the myths and urban legends that surround this pivotal time. Sure, your first day of school may be exactly like what happens to the central characters in movies like Legally Blonde, Animal House, or Good Will Hunting — but chances are, it’ll be much less raucous, with a lot of more parental figures hovering in the background.
As we are full force in swimsuit season, it’s hard not to notice how a lot of marketing and advertising focuses on new health foods and other tools to help make losing weight easy. Throughout history, doctors, trainers, and all sorts of other health care workers — professional and otherwise — have tried to come up with the one definitive diet that can help everyone shed pounds and sculpt their bodies into a lean and trim shape.
Hypertension, also known as high blood pressure, is referred to as a “silent killer” because it can develop slowly over time without any signs or symptoms, meaning it can often go unnoticed. Rather than treating their hypertension with pills more and more people are adopting the DASH Diet, which has been proven to lower blood pressure naturally through healthy eating.
Today, we’re going to explore and debunk 12 fat-busting myths for your low-calorie enjoyment. Grab a glass of water, take a big, deep breath and join us on an informative journey through your fridge.