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Calcium Supplements – Do You Need Them?

If a person does not get the recommended calcium their bodies need as a part of their regular diet they may benefit from taking a calcium supplement. Young children need the calcium to help them build healthy bones and as women age calcium can help reduce their risk of developing osteoporosis. Calcium is also important for women who are pregnant or nursing. How much calcium you need will vary with each group.

Foods That Contribute to a Healthy, Robust Sex Life

One of the things that drew me to holistic nutrition counseling and hypnotherapy was my fascination with how our health and mindset serve as the foundation for every other part of our life — from our productivity at work to our sex life. So, I thought I’d go ahead and provide a short list of some of the foods that can rev up your sex life..

5 Healthy Low Fat Snacks for Weight Loss

You don’t have to feel guilty about having a snack if your stomach is rumbling and there are still hours to go until your next meal. But what you might think are healthy snack foods can be filled with hidden calories.Here are 5 quick, easy and good snacks for diets that you can easily consume throughout the day.

Three Types Of Beneficial Fats For Good Health

Not all types of fats are good. The following are three types of beneficial fats that will help optimize your blood sugar levels, achieve a healthy weight, and reduce inflammation that causes numerous degenerative diseases.

Glucose, Fructose and Why the Glycemic Index Is Misleading

The Glycemic Index can be misleading because it only measures glucose. It doesn’t measure fructose or glucose-fructose blends. This results in high fructose products having a low GI rating, and falsely positions the product as a healthier, better choice when it’s not. All the major caloric sweeteners are compared and the simple “Rule of Three” is taught for making more informed product purchase decisions.

You Can Run From Healthy Eating, But You Shouldn’t Hide From It – Healthy Eating Is A Must Lifestyle

Healthy eating, especially when eating out, does not always equate to higher and unaffordable food costs. Junk foods may appear cheaper to buy but are not really inexpensive. They do have costly results on our health and wellness. When our food budget constrains us from buying healthy foods, we sometimes run from the good to the bad. We can convince ourselves that even though we consume ‘bad’ calories, our bodies will still get the nutrients that we need to be healthy. Regardless of the food choices we make, nutritional supplements are a must. We shouldn’t run from them and we shouldn’t run from healthy eating just because of cost. We choose our lifestyle and healthy eating is a must lifestyle choice.

5 Healthy Vegetables To Include in Your Diet

As we all know, vegetables are a paramount source of nutrition and vitamins to include in your diet. They reduce many chronic diseases including heart attacks and strokes and are important for keeping a fit and healthy body. Below are 5 vegetables that one should include in their diet: Broccoli – they are full off Vitamin K and C which provide a great source of fiber, folate and potassium.

The Endless Calorie Counting Debate

Are you one of those people who can’t part from their calorie counter apps, feeling completely lost and out of control without it? Do you often find yourself Googling the amount of calories in a Doritos bite before it hits your mouth? Well it might not give us the long term results we are seeking…

The Best Time To Eat Fruits – When?

Have you always found it difficult to eat that bowl of fruits that you found yourself confronted with after a delicious meal? Were you told all these years that eating fruits after meals is good for your health?

How Your Favourite Diet Soda Makes You Fat

People are piling on the pounds and one of the many reasons for this is soda. Whether you indulge in bottles, glasses or cans of liquid, drinking soda is a poor choice if you want to remain slim and healthy.

Anti Inflammatory Foods – A Must Know To Avoid Rheumatoid Arthritis

Inflammation is part of our body’s immune response. Without inflammation, then the body will be unable to heal. Arthritis is mainly an “acidic” condition, related to the inflammation and pain that typifies this disease. The most common form is osteoarthritis; this comes from a slow degeneration of cartilage, which is the cushion tissue that lines the joints. Joints mainly affected by arthritis are the knee, hips, fingers and the vertebrae of the spine. This type of illness is often confused with osteoporosis which is another serious health issue that affects the bones. Osteoporosis is when your bones become fragile and brittle, losing minerals such as calcium faster than the body can replace them. This leads to low bone density and high risk of fractures. To treat this type of illness would be entirely different to treating rheumatoid arthritis.

What Your Nutritionist Wishes You’d Stop Doing

Even if you don’t work with a nutritionist, the points covered in this article offer several straightforward ways to improve your food habits. If you do work with a nutritionist, she/he will be glad to see the changes.

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