Traditionally, meat is considered the top food option when it comes to protein intake. However, animal food is not the only way to get such nutrients. There are plant based food options, such as beans and whole wheat cereal, fruit, nuts and seeds that offer plant protein and come with numerous benefits. Read More
Nowadays, more and more non-GMO foods are being produced. That is a sign that customers as well as producers finally realize that healthier foods need to be consumed rather than GMO products. Therefore, on one hand we have the non-GMO foods and on the other hand we have the organic labeled foods. It is crucial to clarify in our minds what exactly non-GMO means in order to be able to choose the best products for us. Read More
There are a lot of articles, from health bloggers to doctors who claim that eating carbohydrates after a specific time will prevent you from shedding the excessive weight. This is the reason why many diets exclude carbohydrates from dinner or any meal past 4 pm. The purpose of this article is to distinguish the truth and the urban legend behind carbs. Read More
Today we have a lovely guest post from Ashlee Rowland, a certified Nutrition Consultant and blogger of simplholistic.
Ashlee shares with us her favorite ‘Spring Cleansing Caesar Salad’ which has tons of beauty-boosting ingredients ideal for clear skin and plant based proteins for post-workout recovery. Read More
A common dietary dilemma is that you may be trying to cut back on high-fat products that are rich in protein, especially plant-based-protein-rich foods like seeds and nuts, but it is doing you no favors if you are trying to adopt a healthier nutritious plan. Read More
A distorted image of the body is seemingly common with individuals suffering anorexia, which means, they tend to see a huge person in the mirror instead of an ideal body. This usually occurs out of various cognitive distortions suffered. It can also be a cause of BDD or Body Dysmorphic Disorders, in which the mind cannot or is incapable of seeing and understanding things right. Anorexia has a lot to do with eating disorders. 2 types of eating disorders are namely: 1) Anorexia Nervosa 2) Bulimia Nervosa.