Apples are precious fruits, and belongs to Rosaceae family. The skin of the apple is thin but solid, and the inner flesh is thick and juicy. The inner code holds seeds, and that is harmful to healthSome Food Pairings That You Need To Avoid
Can Fruits be eaten with or after a meal? which proteins can be combined with starchy foods? DO some food decrease your digestive rate? Are there some food combinations to avoid? These are a few questions that I will attempt to address in this article. I have also described the reasons why a few food combinations are beneficial and why some of them must be strictly avoided.Eating to Lower Cancer Risk
Nutrition is an important factor in cancer treatment and prevention. While your diet won’t make you immune to developing cancer, it can certainly help to lower your odds.I Fixed 30 Depressed Years (With Food!)
Some people suffer with depression, but it doesn’t always require emotional counseling. Sometimes it’s something that responds to the foods we eat — because foods affect brain chemistry. This article focuses on how I eliminated depression with food.What You Can Do To Avoid A Hysterectomy
Just what is going on with fibroids and why can’t anyone find a solution or cure? Why do medical professionals not know what causes them?How’s Your New Health Plan Working?
Resolutions can be exhilarating. Failing at them can be frustrating. This article offers a slightly different way to approach, and stick to, your health resolutions for the year.Is DASH Eating Right for You?
The DASH eating plan was created to help individuals lower or manage their blood pressure without the use of pharmaceuticals. This eating style has also been shown to help lower blood cholesterol levels, decrease inflammation, and improve insulin sensitivity. Over time, these dietary changes can help to lower one’s risk of developing stroke or heart disease. Learn more to see if DASH eating is right for you!The Joyous Benefits of Soy Foods
Soy, coming from the soybean or soya bean, is a tasty and popular legume. Originating in Southeast Asia to be consumed as part of a traditional diet in many countries, soy is packed with delicious plant-based protein and there are many ways to use it. You can opt for your traditional tofu or tempeh (fermented soy) or branch out by using it as an egg or meat alternative (think tofu scramble or veggie burgers). Learn about the nutritional benefits and the many uses of soyfoods.How Many Carbs Per Day Should I Eat?
It is becoming common knowledge that it’s wise to limit the amount of carbohydrates we eat. However, it is difficult to determine what are bad versus good carbs and how many carbs per day should we consume. This article will give significant information about dietary carbohydrates and how to know how many carbs we can have in our diet.Holiday Temptations? Get a Jump on January!
Holiday is a wonderful time to feel safe and loved. That can be difficult for those with food addictions because of all the temptations. This article covers some suggestions for dealing with temptations and getting past them.Don’t Allow Guilt To Sabotage Your Weight Loss
Guilty feelings related to certain foods may cause people to eat more than they would want to in higher-stress situations. This is why changing your mindset toward food may help with your weight-loss goals. Your mindset about the food you eat even affects how well it nourishes your body.How Eating the Right Foods Can Help With Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
Our digestive system is the root of all health! It’s where you get nutrition for every cell in your body, including support for your immune system. If it is irritated, inflamed or constipated, it cannot function properly and health will steadily decline as a result. IBS is the most common gut problem experienced, affecting up to 20% of the population. Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is often chronic and can adversely impact day-to-day activities. Although there is no miracle cure, medicines and diet can help control symptoms, which generally include stomach cramps, bloating, diarrhoea and/or constipation. A suitable diet and exercise are key factors in helping to live more comfortably with IBS.