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"50 Holiday Foods You Shouldn't Eat" Review

"50 Holiday Foods You Shouldn't Eat" Review | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it
Hmmmmmm......so are your favorite holiday foods on this list? Most likely...and I'm guilty too! While I don't think you or my personal training clients will avoid these yummy, devilish foods, you should know why you may want to limit your bites.

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"The 9 Scariest Food Additives You're Eating Right Now" Review

"The 9 Scariest Food Additives You're Eating Right Now" Review | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it
Whether trying to lose weight or not, this list applies to anyone interested in their best physical self. It's time to start reading labels-these ingredients may have a dangerous effect on your health.

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"17 So-Called Healthy Foods Nutritionists Wish You'd Stop Eating" Review

"17 So-Called Healthy Foods Nutritionists Wish You'd Stop Eating" Review | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it
Don't fool yourself...these so-called "healthy" foods will compromise your weight loss or health goals. I need to change #11 and #13.

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"The 10 #Dirtiest #Foods You're Eating" Review

"The 10 #Dirtiest #Foods You're Eating" Review | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it

After reading this list, I realized how unsafe my kitchen really is. Without a doubt, Sammy and I have to change our approach starting TODAY! Take a look and see what you need to change too.


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"20 Coffee Drinks with More Sugar Than a Can of Coke" Review

"20 Coffee Drinks with More Sugar Than a Can of Coke" Review | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it
Too often, the biggest obstacle to your weight loss actually sits in your

Too often, the biggest obstacle to your weight loss actually sits in your coffee cup. Every coffee shop offers at least ten different varieties-many that resemble a shake. Although we can argue whether or not black coffee is healthy, it doesn't matter when your favorite drink ends up being a calorie/sugar/fat bomb. Surprisingly enough, many coffee drinks compose of more sugar than a soda can of Coke (12 oz, 39 grams)....which absolutely shocks me. If you're interested in losing weight, you may want to see if your favorite drink is on this list. 

 

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"Is the Food You're Eating Aging You?" Review

"Is the Food You're Eating Aging You?" Review | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it

While death and taxes are inevitable, is there a way to slow down aging? The most likely answer is "no". Nevertheless, we can take steps to avoid speeding up the process. Dr. Shawn Talbott, author of Best Future You: Harnessing Your Body’s Biochemistry to Achieve Balance in Body, Mind, and Spirit, will tell you that the first step is looking at what's in front of you: Your plate. You should be interested in what he has to say below - you might just learn how that cupcake is subtracting years off your face and life.


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7 Ways to Beat Sugar Cravings

7 Ways to Beat Sugar Cravings | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it
Simple and natural ways to beat sugar cravings with l-glutamine, b-vitamins, chromium, sleep, meal planning, protein & exercise.

 

Based on the number of candy bar commercials that exploit apparently insurmountable sugar cravings that can only be alleviated with the help of a candy bar… sugar cravings seem to be a big problem. After all, you aren’t yourself if you don’t eat a packaged candy bar. (sarcasm)

 

Sugar cravings can certainly be a problem, and many people struggle with them. With a modern lifestyle that often includes processed foods, irregular sleep schedules, artificial light and lack of movement, hormone imbalance is a growing problem and cravings are a growing symptom.


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A Nutrition Expert Walks Into a Barbecue... - US News

A Nutrition Expert Walks Into a Barbecue... - US News | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it

"Being a nutritionist, my friends feel they can count on me to bring something healthy (well that, or a bottle of Kettle One). I have no problem obliging – especially when it comes to dessert. Fruit salad seems to be my thing. I throw together a huge mixture of berries, honeydew, pineapple, peaches, watermelon, orange and grapefruit – no added juice or sugar needed. It's the one leftover I don't mind bringing back home. But let's be honest: If my friends requested a fresh fruit pie, I would probably say yes to that, too. Personally, I don't love pie (I'm way more of a cookie person), but I do strive to be the ideal guest... I reached out to my dietitian pals to see what they typically bring to a barbecue. Here's what I found...""


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Eggs Don't Cause Heart Attacks -- Sugar Does

Eggs Don't Cause Heart Attacks -- Sugar Does | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it
Oops. Fifty years of doctors' advice and government eating guidelines have been wrong. We've been told to swap eggs for cereal. But that recommendation is dead wrong. In fact, it's very likely that this bad advice has killed millions of Americans....

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H2O Alkalizer's curator insight, April 23, 2015 11:51 AM

I know I love my eggs. A super nutritious food!

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Could B12 Be the Missing Link to Optimal Health? - Natural Grocers

Could B12 Be the Missing Link to Optimal Health? - Natural Grocers | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it

"Fatigue, lethargy, anxiety, mood changes, difficulty concentrating, depression, negativism, cognitive decline and memory loss, learning and behavior problems in children, tingling and numbness in the hands and feet, and problems conceiving… What do these symptoms have in common? Any one of them could be a sign of low levels of vitamin B12. And while some of these symptoms may be easy to ignore or write off as a “normal” part of life, they could be your body’s way of telling you to pay attention before things get out of hand."


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Chinese Study Finds a Stunning Carcinogen Neutralizer - Healthy Holistic Living

Chinese Study Finds a Stunning Carcinogen Neutralizer - Healthy Holistic Living | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it

"A diet of mostly whole, organically-grown foods is undoubtedly among the most effective ways to prevent disease and achieve optimal health, and sprouts may offer some of the highest levels of nutrition.    From my perspective, broccoli, watercress, and sunflower sprouts are foods that virtually everyone can and would benefit from growing  Adding these to your diet can go a long way toward improving your nutritional status--and it won't cost you much to grow them."


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22 Simple Ways To Start Eating Healthier This Year

22 Simple Ways To Start Eating Healthier This Year | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it

 

"More veggies. Less junk. You can do it!"

 

You’re more likely to stay on the Good Nutrition Train long term if you learn how to make healthier versions of foods you really enjoy eating, instead of ditching them entirely for virtuous (but sad) alternatives.


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Why Eating Quick, Cheap Food is Actually More Expensive - Dr. Mark Hyman

Why Eating Quick, Cheap Food is Actually More Expensive - Dr. Mark Hyman | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it
I WAS IN THE GROCERY STORE YESTERDAY. While I was squeezing avocados to pick just the right ones for my family’s dinner salad, I overheard a conversation from a couple who had also picked up a fruit.

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Ellen Naylor's curator insight, September 18, 2014 9:33 AM

I always enjoy Dr Hyman's perspective on health and eating. 

askdrmaxwell's curator insight, September 18, 2014 12:47 PM

A comprehensive and insightful article that outlines the real cost of a cheap, low-quality diet. 

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This Is How Much Fruit You Should Actually Eat In A Day

This Is How Much Fruit You Should Actually Eat In A Day | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it
The idea that we should "eat everything in moderation" is a farce...truly an unscientific measure of what your body needs. Whether you're choosing a healthy or unhealthy food, there is a boundary line for everything (and you should pay attention to your limits). Nothing gets a free pass and you're probably still eating too much of most foods...especially fruit.

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"21 Worthless Foods a Nutritionist Will Immediately Cut From Your Diet" Review

"21 Worthless Foods a Nutritionist Will Immediately Cut From Your Diet" Review | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it
Whether losing weight or striving for optimal health, the foods on this list should be the first that you consider removing from your diet...whether you like it or not.

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Naturopath Perth NatMed's curator insight, October 12, 2016 11:01 PM
Nutrition is the road to your greatest health! This article explains the effects of nutrition on your mood and thinking! Have a read!
Amy Lloyd, NatMed, Naturopath Perth

http://natmed.com.au/beat-brain-fog-budget-nutrition-naturopath-perth/
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"20 Foods Pretending to be Something They're Not" Review

"20 Foods Pretending to be Something They're Not" Review | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it


Do you still plan to indulge while losing weight in Chicago this summer? Okay...I don't blame you. You definitely don't want to grab these products though...they aren't what they claim (YIKES!!!!!!!!). Be prepared to be shocked....


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"The 21 Worst Things You Can Do For Your Body" Review

"The 21 Worst Things You Can Do For Your Body" Review | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it
Whether you're trying to lose weight with a personal trainer in Chicago or
emotionally (from the recent msn.com article "The 21 Worst Things You Can 

Whether you're trying to lose weight with a personal trainer in Chicago or scaling the mountains of Colorado, you need a solid foundation of health. Unfortunately, bad habits, misleading advice, and false advertising most likely compromised your most sacred temple up to this point. Take a look at this list and redefine how you approach life physically, mentally, and
emotionally.

 

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Must-Have Foods That Can Help Lower Blood Pressure Naturally

Must-Have Foods That Can Help Lower Blood Pressure Naturally | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it
These foods can help decrease the risk for heart disease.

 

Foods high in sodium and saturated fats, although tasty, can be responsible for heightened blood pressure, according to the World Health Organization. Pizza, fried meals, cakes and bacon are just a few of the many types of foods that contain high levels of saturated fats.  

 

"You eat those things, and the particles of saturated fat get into your blood and make it thicker – more like grease and less like water," Neal Barnard, founding president of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, told U.S. News and World Report in 2014. "So the heart has to push to get this sludgy blood moving, and that's why blood pressure goes up." 

 

Fortunately, foods that can help reduce blood pressure naturally exist, and they're all around you. 


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Mediterranean Diet: 4 Incredible Facts to Know

Mediterranean Diet: 4 Incredible Facts to Know | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it
The Mediterranean diet offers many benefits to personal health as well as our environment. It is a lifestyle that enhances the quality of our lives.

 

While I usually maintain a very healthy eating regime (organic whenever possible,superfoods, and I steer clear  of gluten, dairy and sugar cane), I vowed to adopt a Mediterranean diet once back in the United States. I say “adopt” because the Mediterranean diet is not a diet in the traditional sense at all, but more of a lifestyle.

 

Traditionally characterized by vegetables, legumes, fruit, nuts, seeds, olive, and lots of extra virgin olive oil, and fish, this way of eating not only involves a low consumption of processed food, processed carbohydrates, sweets, chocolate, and red meat, but a state of being. The atmosphere and mind set are equally important. People enjoy long relaxed meals instead of fast food, warm climate, a sea breeze full of negative ions, and blue skies full of potential with stupendous clouds, worthy of Instagram. The pace of life in the region differs considerably from the ‘western world.’

 


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How Vegans Can Absorb More Protein From Beans, Grains, Nuts and Seeds : Vegan Recipes Blog

How Vegans Can Absorb More Protein From Beans, Grains, Nuts and Seeds : Vegan Recipes Blog | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it

"Rare Opportunity: Get Your Questions Answered By Vesanto on June 16

On 6/16/2015 at 8pm EDT (5pm PDT), Trevor Justice will host a Q&A call with Vesanto Melina, RD, who authored lessons like this one from our Mastery Program.

For the first hour, Vesanto will answer your nutrition questions. Then Trevor will stay on to answer your questions about our Mastery Program, since we re-open enrollment on June 18.

Go here now to submit your questions for Vesanto… http://events.instantteleseminar.com/?eventid=71031144... & then return to that page when the Q&A call starts.

Whether or not you participate on the call, we’ll share the replay link with you and our other email subscribers afterwards."


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'Food Babe,' Dr. Oz under fire...accusations of quackery...

'Food Babe,' Dr. Oz under fire...accusations of quackery... | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it
Accusations of quackery — and one stunning admission of fraud — that last month roiled the health and nutrition blogosphere could mark a turning point in our collective discussion about food, say observers, even if we will never be entirely free from snake oil.
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How to make the ancient grain amaranth: Recipe for breakfast amaranth with walnuts and honey

"Amaranth is the new quinoa. You heard it here first!  Both amaranth and quinoa are examples of the much-hyped "ancient grains" that are a wonderful nutritional addition to your diet.  The big difference is that quinoa has landed on the "trendy" list, while amaranth has remained in relative obscurity. I was fairly oblivious to its existence until Connor's mom suggested I do a video on it. And I'm so glad she did!

Amaranth is actually technically a seed, not a grain. It packs quite a nutritional punch: it's a complete protein, has all the amino acids, and is a great source of fiber, magnesium, and iron. It's rare that a grain/seed contains all that, so the term "super food" is well earned in this case.  Connor's mom also passed along a recipe suggestion for amaranth, and after I gave it a try I decided I needed to share it with you guys!"


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Beyond multivitamins: Vitamin D supplementation - Communities Digital News

Beyond multivitamins: Vitamin D supplementation - Communities Digital News | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it

"Vitamin D is produced in the body primarily through exposure to sunlight. For Americans who live in the northern portion of the U.S., getting the right amount of sunlight can be challenging!  Vitamin D is necessary for the human body to metabolize important minerals such as phosphorous and calcium. Moreover, it plays a critical role in ensuring strong bones, healthy skin, proper cellular function and a strong immune system...

 

The Mayo Clinic suggests some symptoms which are indicative of a vitamin D deficiency:

-- Fatigue

-- Muscular aches

-- Personality changes

-- Head sweating

-- Weight loss

-- Gastrointestinal difficulties

-- Mental confusion or forgetfulness"


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Ask Well: Eating Fat to Boost Vitamin D and Calcium

Ask Well: Eating Fat to Boost Vitamin D and Calcium | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it

MUST YOU EAT FAT TO ABSORB CALCIUM AND VITAMIN D?

 

Q) Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin, which is necessary for calcium absorption. Does that mean that there must also be fat in the gut in order to absorb calcium (i.e., that simply drinking nonfat milk on an empty stomach one would absorb neither the vitamin D nor the calcium)?

 

A) Fat does improve the body’s ability to absorb vitamin D, but for calcium, that is not the case, said Dr. Bess Dawson-Hughes, the director of the Bone Metabolism Laboratory at the Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts University.

The reason is that dietary fat stimulates the release of bile into the small intestine, which helps the digestion of fat and fat-soluble vitamins, such as vitamin D. Calcium, on the other hand, is not fat-soluble.


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Tips to stay fit even in your 40's - Nattura Bio care

Tips to stay fit even in your 40's  - Nattura Bio care | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it

Stay fit and healthy over 40's is very possible, A healthy diet has to be adopted with thrust to fresh foods. Read more.. http://bit.ly/1u0f6AL


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Health news's comment, November 17, 2014 7:44 AM
Great tips