Yes, it's possible to eat certain foods and boost your longevity. Often labeled "super foods," these foods have the ability to not only strengthen the immune system, but to also fight disease, and lower body fat and cholesterol.
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Americans who take advantage of larger sizes for just a few pennies more when eating out may be getting more calories than they bargain for, according to a new report by a coalition of health organizations. The report found that the food industry'... Read more
Faster than a speeding bullet…
More powerful than a locomotive…
Nutrient-packed with health enhancing properties…
Here come the SUPERFOODS!
These foods benefit your body in so many ways. They power your brain, and c... Read more
If you’re like most women, swimsuit season isn’t your favorite time of year. But every body is beautiful and deserves to have some fun in the sun. Whether you’re full-figured, small-chested, straight up and down or have some extra &... Read more
Having people over to watch the big game? Heading to a game-day bash? There's no need to forget all your healthy habits after kickoff. Follow these tips to avoid penalizing your healthy eating plan or taking a time out from good nutrition.
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So just found an old food journal from 08 with measurements. I am 6 lbs more and 1 in more in my waist the rest are the same. I have been able to lose 30 lbs in the last 7 years. Dont Know how I feel about the constant battle in my life... Read more
Is the tracker adding food calories I can eat for calories burned? I think I've been duplicating entries for exercise in an effort to count my mins exercised to reach my weekly goal, and just realized my fitbit might be reporting the same.... Read more
r Mark Hyman aunthor of Ultra Metabolism says " We know that foods with a high glycemic index make people store belly fat, trigger hidden fires of inflammation in the body, and give you a fatty liver leading the whole cascade of obesity, pre-diabetes... Read more
When I come across foods that are so-called super foods, I go immediately to Sparkrecipes to find ways to use them. The latest super foods are quinoa, chia seed and kale. I've never cooked with those foods, so it's a new culinary adventure. It's... Read more
The Super Bowl is synonymous with friendly get-togethers and party food. Too bad it usually leaves us feeling weighed down by the time the night is over. This year, let's change that! Whether you watch the game on your own this weekend or in... Read more
Hosting the Super Bowl bash this year? Beyond wings, beer, and plenty of chips and dip, there are a few more things you'll need to ensure your game-day festivities don’t commit any party fouls. Keep reading for eight ingredients for the per... Read more
10. Leafy Greens
Don't miss out on powerhouse greens like Kale, Collards, Spinach, Turnip Greens,
Mustard Greens, and Swiss Chard. These stand-out leafy greens are loaded with
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9. Butternut Squash
Steam a sliced squash or buy peeled, diced butternut squash at the supermarket that's
ready to go into the oven, a stir-fry, or a soup. It's an easy way to get lots of vitamins A
and C and fiber.
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