Though it may not affect the number on your bathroom scale per se, eating right before bed can still negatively impact your sleep and make you feel bloated. But fret not our hungry, night dwelling friend. Healthversed has got you covered. Today, we’re going to provide you with a few guilt-free nighttime munchies that won’t give you nightmares.
Cutting down on the amount of meat that you eat each week is something that’s easy as long as you find healthy, protein-rich alternatives to replace those nutrients in your diet. Even if you decide to make one day a week meatless, it will really help your resolve to stick with your new meal plan if you take the time to look up some delicious new recipes to try in place of meat.
There are plenty of delicious, lactose-free alternatives to popular foodstuffs and plenty of treatment options. Today on Healthversed, we’re going to dunk our proverbial cookies in to some lactose-free milk and hopefully learn a little along the way.
Diabetes is a disease which alters the way your body uses blood sugar, also known as glucose. The disease affects over 21 million people in the US. There are two types of diabetes, type 1 and type 2, and each differs in the way the body uses and produces insulin.
There’s no right way to cook. However, there are certain mistakes that people make that not only heighten the risk of injury, they make for some awful tasting meals.
Up until a decade ago or so, snacking was frowned upon. Thankfully, the tides have turned, and snacking isn’t just for kids anymore!
What makes a food “healthy” is just as impossible to pin down. So let’s get into why your “healthy foods” might not be as wonderful as all the hype says they are.
There are tons of ways that things can pile up in the morning. Here are a few suggestions for healthy breakfasts that don’t take forever to prepare. Whip up one of these and you’ll set yourself up for a productive day in no time.
Likely the word “diet” has a Greek or Latin origin, but for those who have been on the diet merry-go-round a couple of times, the first three letters of the word speak volumes.
A lot of these trends have recently been debunked as ineffective at best, while some have been proven to actually be harmful. Here is a list of health trends that aren’t actually as healthy as you think.
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.
Just like how you should never Google your medical symptoms (the answer is usually some kind of cancer), you probably shouldn’t be turning to celebrities for health advice either. Here are 15 celebrity health tips that you’d probably be better off not taking.
Grocery stores, fast food joints, health food stores, these are just a few places where unhealthy food and drink masquerade as health-conscious options. They are everywhere. And, if you don’t do your homework and check the label, then they may even trick you into consuming a boat load of sugar, sodium, and unnecessary calories.
You have them for breakfast. You have them for lunch. You snack on them when you’re feeling peckish and, oh yeah, you also eat them for dinner. Avocados are more than just delicious. They’re good for you and even better for your Instagram feed. Sure, the tattoo might have been overkill, but your avocado addiction can actually be a good thing.
Type 2 diabetes is a condition that affects over 12 percent of adults in America. It is sometimes referred to as non-insulin dependent diabetes or adult-onset diabetes. This condition affects the way that the body uses sugar. It occurs when the body either does not produce enough insulin, or the body is resistant to insulin, the hormone that regulates blood sugar.