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What is the Benefit of Eating Healthy? by Gillian Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 24 Sep 2008 11:38am 1 Comment For many of us, eating healthy on a regular basis is something we don't think we have time for. Our lives are so busy and we have so many responsibilities, that taking extra time to plan meals and cook healthy food is something we don't have. But if you stop and take a careful look at the benefit of eating healthy to the quality of your lif ... Read on »
Deciphering Food Labels by Meredy Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 2:24pm Labels line grocery store shelves, and their bold artwork and colorful photos appeal to adults and children. Food that claims to be low in fat and cholesterol free calls out to the health-conscious consumer. Turn a can or box around and you'll discover the back or side covered with nutritional values, a listing of ingredients, and other food labe ... Read on »
Healthy Food and Weight Gain by Diane, Fit to the Finish Posted Fri 30 Apr 2010 3:18am I love the fact that I see so many people trying to eat healthier. On your blogs and on my friend’s tables, I see lots of fresh vegetables, yummy salads, fabulous main dishes, and desserts in tiny portions. Sometimes I’ve noticed that some people who are eating really healthy foods are having trouble seeing the scale move. I think it can be ... Read on »
Healthy Eating and Cancer by LetsTalkAndWalk Posted Fri 26 Jul 2013 7:05am Another guest post for you while I am in Atlanta at the 31 National Conference. { photo source } There are two great epidemics in America that widely effect the entire population: Cancer, and the unavailability of nutritious foods. We are seeing food-like products take over the importance that foods themselves used to carry ... Read on »
Healthy Eating: Diet or Lifestyle? by Brett - Sheer Balance Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Mon 16 Nov 2009 10:02pm by Brett Blumenthal This morning at work, I was making my second breakfast for the day and someone asked me what I was eating.  I explained it was berries, oats and non-fat yogurt…a good balanced, lowfat meal.  Is a matter of fact, a very tasty meal.  The response I got was: ”You look like you are in shape!  Why do you eat something non-fat ... Read on »
10 Best Foods To Eat | Healthy Eating by Matt C. Patient Expert Posted Thu 19 Feb 2009 5:12pm 1 Comment What Are the 10 Best Food to Eat? These 10 Nutritional Powerhouses Should Be Part of Every One’s Healthy Eats Cleaning up your diet and eating healthier is often just a matter of knowing where to start. Unfortunately, many people think that a healthy diet is only about removing foods, not adding them in. This list of the 10 Best Foo ... Read on »
Reasons Why your Weight Loss Plan (Nutrition & Exercise) Isn’t Working by Scott K. Patient Expert Posted Thu 25 Jun 2009 11:31am Weight loss may be 80%+ nutrition (what you eat) and 20% staying active (exercise), but it is also certainly 110% mental. I made a statement a couple articles back about it is more dangerous for someone to diet and fall “off the wagon” than to never have dieted at all. This comes from the emotional and mental state that a person may experience fr ... Read on »
Why do Americans Eat Junk Food? by Robin P. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 4:37pm Why do Americans eat mostly junk food instead of a healthy meal? We didn't change our eating habits overnight. Imagine what our ancestors would have said about a book titled "In Defense of Food." They would never have believed that food needed defense. Today one of the leading indicators of the fix Americans are in is how quickly Michael Pol ... Read on »
Obese people's bodies programm ... by John R. Posted Mon 01 Aug 2011 4:10am Obese people's bodies programmed to put on weight, professor says OBESE people are being warned they face a virtually impossible battle to lose weight because their bodies are programmed to regain any kilos they shed. Professor of medicine at the University of Melbourne, Joseph Proietto, said once someone lost weight changes in both energy ... Read on »
Safe Weight Loss and a Healthy Diet by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Wed 05 Nov 2008 7:04pm Are you carrying around a little more weight than you would like? Possibly a lot more weight than you would like and you have to do something about it? You are not without company. The obesity epidemic in America is out of control. Obesity is also a growing problem around the world as American fast-food franchises open in countries that have ne ... Read on »