The relationship I want to have with food is this: I want enjoy preparing and eating my meals and then when I am done, I want to go live my life to the fullest. I want the food that I eat to give me the energy and nutrition to keep my body healthy and allow me to use my life force for the greatest good.
Low-fat foods can leave you hungry and gaining weight. Here's why switching to full-fat dairy may be better for your waistline and health.
Maybe you fear eating like this will be a) time consuming, b) expensive, and/or c) unappetizing. Fortunately for you, there's a whole new world of healthy(ish) food-delivery services that won't break the bank.
Voted one of the most popular diet trends of 2016, souping has taken the nation by storm. I'm left scratching my head as to why? Personally, I like my soup as a side to something else -- like a plate full of food that hasn't been deprived of its need to be chewed.
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The occasional scoop of protein powder may help you recover after an long and intense workout, especially when you need something fast and portable. But as a general rule of thumb, you're always better off relying on real foods for your nutrients.
Read on for a more detailed look at how your diet can influence your health from the inside out, including the foods that should regularly find their ways to your belly.
From kimchee in Korea to kvass in Russia to dosas in South India, fermented foods are enjoyed almost daily in traditional societies, and now health professionals and enthusiasts are taking interest in the unique health benefits these foods offer.
If athletes wouldn't touch these foods, maybe you shouldn't either.
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We often hear "you are what you eat." But in truth, "you are what you digest and assimilate." If your digestion is impaired you'll miss out on important nutrients from your food.
Can you embrace your sweet spot and let go of, "I'll be happy when..." syndrome?
With meal minimums and maximums met, you can train confidently, knowing you're giving your body optimal levels of growth and recovery potential, and probably a little more for good measure. That's my kind of groove.
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The causes of cancer are complex. Research now highlights the role environmental toxins play in this growing epidemic and points to changes you can make to reduce your risk.
Women who struggle with food typically want to rebel against any rule we do make, so remember that if you cut out carbs completely, you may end up saying "screw this" by day three because you really wanted that peanut butter toast!
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Once that rug goes, we switch to survival mode, which means that making through the day without collapsing into a puddle of tears, or even just keeping it together enough to function so that the overwhelming load of responsibilities in our lives are taken care of, becomes a priority.
I was so proud of him as I understand how scary it is to own it. To really jump in and own the weight loss process. Could this be what is holding some of you back? That you are not ready or able to own it yet?