Tips for Taming Your Sweet Tooth

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Tips for Taming Your Sweet Tooth



A Protein and nutrient-rich breakfast is a good place to start.
In a hurry try this. Have 2 boiled eggs (prepared the night before) sliced and topped with avocado and tomato. Instead of coffee, opt for green tea which can further cut sugar cravings.

Why you should NOT eat Baby Carrots

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Why you should NOT eat Baby Carrots


Baby Carrots
As we all know Carrots are one the best foods we can eat, but here’s a really important question for you…. Do you know where “baby carrots” come from? They don’t come out of the ground looking the way they do when you get them in the neat little zipper-locked baggies you find in the grocery store. What happens during the harvesting is that, a number of the full-sized carrots that get pulled from the ground break in the process, or they may be deformed, or “runts” (not big enough).

Small Changes Can Result in Big Benefits

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Small Changes Can Result in Big Benefits

 

Garlic Has Many Health Benefits!
Making these small changes can result in big benefits.

Eat wild caught, fresh fish
Replacing meat, reduces saturated fat consumption.

While cooking, use more garlic to season. Regular consumption of garlic has been linked with improving cholesterol levels and lowering blood pressure.

Drink Green Tea
Replace sodas and coffee with antioxidant and polyphenol rich Green Tea.

Eat more fruits, vegetables and legumes
Increasing your fiber intake to at least 25 grams helps lower bad cholesterol and supports digestive health.

Lifestyle Decisions

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Lifestyle Decisions



Lifestyle decisions and long-term neglect can produce obesity, diabetes, hypertension, heart disease and other health problems. But since symptoms can take years to appear, these issues are easy to overlook.

If pressing a button instead of taking the stairs immediately resulted in a visible weight gain, you’d head for the stairs.

Winter’s Super Foods

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Winter’s Super Foods


Winter’s Super Foods


Is winter over yet? In chill, dreary times like these it is easy to forget that there are still fruits and vegetables coming into season. Eating seasonal produce is a great way to vary your diet and it saves money because fruits and vegetable cost less when they are in season. To help you pick the best winter has to offer, I have compiled a list of my favorites.

Tips for Taming Your Sweet Tooth

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Tips for Taming Your Sweet Tooth


Tips for Taming Your Sweet Tooth


Start with a protein and nutrient-rich breakfast. In a hurry try this. Have 2 boiled eggs (prepared the night before) sliced and topped with avocado and tomato. Instead of coffee, opt for green tea which can further cut sugar cravings.

Beans Are An Excellent Source Of Plant-Based Protein

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Beans


Try this beans soup recommended by Tree of Life Health Center


Beans, and legumes, including peas and lentils, are an excellent source of plant-based protein.
Beans are found in most traditional cultures as a staple food, offering grounding and strengthening properties that enhance endurance. They offer a highly usable, highly absorbable source of calcium for the body. A very inexpensive source of high nutrition, beans can be rich, delicious and satisfying.