Summer is the best season of the year no doubt. There are a million reasons why, from the great weather to the longer days. Summer is also an amazing time to focus on your health and wellness. With so many local and fresh foods available it is a great time to fight inflammation with what
By now you have probably heard about the dangers of sugar in your diet. Obesity, diabetes, and all sorts of diseases have been tied up with treating yourself too frequently to sweets. Even if you aren’t facing any health challenges now, it is important to try to cut down on sugar for your health in
We all agree we all need to eat a healthy diet and should do a better job of policing what goes into our mouths. But this applies even more so to our children. With their actively developing bodies, kids need an adequate supply of vitamins, minerals, and micronutrients (which come from healthy fruits and vegetables),
Starch, not fat, is the biggest threat to health as starch turns into sugar 15 minutes after ingestion. This is the cause of the rise in diabetes – which affects one in five to six people in the world. People cannot store sugar because sugar inside the body is absolutely toxic. So, what happens? It
Would sugar by any other name be just as sweet? Short answer, yes. Regardless of the name of the sweetener, they’re all designed to serve the same purpose – to make food taste sweeter. The commercial food industry has trained us to prefer the taste of sugar and to crave it. When we eat sugar,
The world is in a crisis – a carb crisis and the problem is growing rapidly on a global scale. Every day, billions of people are consuming large amounts of sugars and refined carbs, such as bread, noodles, rice, and sugar. While carbs make you temporarily full, consuming in excess poses serious issues like weight
In simple terms, yes and no. You MUST manage your carbs! It is a complex question. And need them or not, as humans, we will ingest carbohydrates. But like anything, there can be a point where you are ingesting too many. Many foods have carbohydrates and I have yet to meet a human who could
Sugar is a sneaky enemy. As the seasons change it can be easy to let sugar creep back into our diet with seasonal snacks. But the risks far outweigh the benefits. If you are overindulging obesity, diabetes, and other diseases can become risk factors for you. Plus no one likes to have a sugar crash!
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