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Nearly half of Americans obtain most of their calories from what is deemed as “ultra-processed” foods. These foods make up for nearly 90 percent of excess sugar.
Ultra-processed foods consist of foods with a combination of the following ingredients: salt, sugar, oils… Read More
Burning off Thanksgiving calories can contribute to a healthier holiday season. When it comes to the holidays we tend to over indulge – especially when it comes to desserts. Even though Thanksgiving is a one day event, it can add… Read More
If you want to promote calorie burning it really has a lot to do with what you eat. Of course while marrying proper diet and exercise together can burn the most calories; you can get a good head start by… Read More
If there is ever a myth that people might wish were true, it is this one. We have all heard old wives tales and health myths about how to improve your general health and well being, but what people might… Read More
For most people struggling with weight issues such as obesity, counting calories appears to be the most reliable and effective way for weight loss. Awareness of the amount of calories consumed on a daily basis may thus control excessive eating,… Read More
The current trend in achieving good health is to lead a healthy lifestyle, including eating regular diets that are rich in fruits, vegetables, protein, and fiber. It has also been recommended that for good health, one should start counting calories… Read More
Extra snacking while on a diet plan might not be the worst thing after all. The extra calories can end up being satisfying in ways that could even prevent higher fat snacking throughout the day. A little temptation might be… Read More
For years people have used calorie reduction as a primary tool to lose weight, but for a lot of people this method doesn’t seem to work. Those who study the science of nutrition say we should all understand the mystery… Read More
In the wake of the rising popularity of open-concept residential plans, researchers wanted to investigate whether an easier access to the kitchen plays a role in people’s eating habits. The findings suggest that open-floor plans may actually promote overeating.
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Everyone knows eating a healthy diet is good for our bodies, but women who are stressed may not reap the nutritional benefits of eating well. The study found that stressful events from the previous day may negate health benefits of… Read More
According to the WHO (World Health Organization) and the CDC, heart disease is the leading cause of death in developed countries like the U.K., the U.S., Canada, and Australia. In the U.S. alone, almost 11.5 percent of the total adult… Read More
Eating walnuts may reduce the risk of heart disease, diabetes, and prostate cancer, as well as improve colon health, according to different studies. The Connecticut-based research center conducted a study among 46 adults aged 30 to 75. All of the… Read More
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