Yes, Chicken Skin Can Be Part of a Healthy Diet!

One of the latest foods finding itself moving from the “don’t eat this” category to the “well, actually, it’s healthy” camp is the ubiquitous chicken skin

Unscrambling the Ongoing Debate About Whether You Should Eat Eggs

Before a woman in Italy named Emma Morano died about a year ago, she celebrated her 117th birthday! And she partly attributed her longevity to eating eggs on a daily basis.“When I first knew her she used to eat three eggs a day,” her doctor said.

Is Married Life Making You Fat?

I came across this hilarious TikTok of a man devouring a plate of fried, fatty food that a woman cooked for him. He quickly goes from saying that he doesn’t want to be in a relationship to saying that he wants to marry the woman who made him such delicious food. This made me laugh out loud, but honestly all I can think when I watch this is; there is nothing green on his plate!

If You’re Trying To Eat Healthier – Let Your Smart Speaker Help!

We probably have all witnessed friends and family asking an invisible “Alexa,” “Siri,” “Bixby” or “Google” to play some music or tell them the weather and wondering who in the world they were talking to. They were, of course, talking with their “smart speakers,” one of the latest and more popular technology accessories for the home. In addition to playing music (which is what I had originally thought they were limited to), they also can provide access to a wealth of information as well as control other “smart” devices in your home.

Think Prunes Have Only One Health Benefit? Think Again!

When you think of the health benefits of prunes, one thing – and probably only one thing – comes to mind. This is not surprising since eating prunes is probably one of the best things you can do to keep yourself regular or address an occasional bout of constipation. Research, however, continues to discover more of how this popular dried fruit (prunes are dried plums) can contribute to your health. To give you some background, prunes date back to ancient western Asia. They eventually spread to Europe and then made their way to the U.S. in the middle of the 19th century. Today, we consume almost a third of a pound of prunes per person, second only to dried dates.

I Have Alpha-Lipoic Acid & Vitamin C Deficiency. Being Proactive Is A Must

I run the risk of not getting the right amount of nutrients from my diet if I am not aware how much I really need. And the most reliable way to know how much I really need is to do tests which will show the amount of these nutrients in my body.

Carbs Are Not The Enemy…If You Choose The Right Ones

Summer is just around the corner, and so many of us are trying to lose excess weight we put on during the pandemic. Your first plan of attack may be to cut out carbohydrates as much as possible, but a recent study suggests that going low-carb may not be entirely necessary for significant weight loss.

Always Fatigued? Your Diet and Lifestyle May Be to Blame!

We all get tired feel drowsy at times. These feelings are normal parts of our innate daily circadian rhythm. We know when we need to rest and when it’s time to get some shuteye, whether it’s a good night’s sleep or a nap, after which most of us feel refreshed and ready to go. But for people suffering with fatigue, feeling sluggish, lethargic, weary and tired throughout the day for no apparent reason – even after sleep – is the norm.

Sweat Too Much or Not Enough? Perhaps It's Time to Check Your Diet!

Sweating is one of those things that we probably don’t think much about unless we perspire so much that it begins to affect our quality of life. Or unless we notice our body’s unique odor gets us unapproving looks in business meetings or social situations.

Still Unsure About Making Olive Oil a Part of Your Healthy Diet? This May Convince You!

The good news about including olive oil in a healthy diet and lifestyle just keeps coming. According to a study recently published by the American College of Cardiology, study participants who consumed more than about ½ tablespoon of olive daily showed a 19 percent lower risk of cardiovascular mortality, a 17 percent lower risk of cancer mortality, a 29 percent lower risk of neurodegenerative mortality and an 18 percent lower risk of respiratory mortality.

Benefits of Black Pepper You Didn't See Coming

Black pepper is one of the most widely used spices to enhance the flavor of savory (and sometimes sweet) dishes. And you probably don’t think you are doing much for your health when you put black pepper on your eggs in the mornings, or allow the server at the restaurant to sprinkle fresh ground pepper on your food.

If You Think Yogurt is Just for Dieters, Keep Reading!

One of the more recently discovered benefits of yogurt is that it may help older adults with hypertension lower their blood pressure. There was evidence of reduced hypertension with even small amounts of yogurt consumption.

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