Intermittent fasting has quickly become a health trend with celebrities and “health” professionals touting its health and weight loss benefits. But this eating pattern is not simply skipping a meal. For this method to be the most effective, you must be vigilant in WHEN and most importantly WHAT you eat.
With restaurants closed for dining, many of us are looking for recipes to cook at home. But between video conference calls and remote learning, you’re frantically searching for quick, easy, healthy meals that will appease your whole family. Here are 5 tasty dinner options, full of healthy saturated fat and flavor.
Plant-based eating is officially a mainstream movement. According to a study by Good Food Institute and the Plant-Based Foods Association, one-third of consumers are choosing to reduce their meat consumption. U.S. retail sales of plant-based foods significantly outpaced overall grocery sales in the past year, surging 11% to $4.5 billion in 2019. Marketers have all jumped on board the newest ...
Over the past several years with the popularity of the Paleolithic diet, Ketogenic diet, Atkins diet, Whole 30 diet, and other low carbohydrate, high animal protein diets, there has been much recent buzz about the health properties of eating beef bone marrow. In actuality, the health enhancing effects of bone marrow consumption have been known to many cultures for thousands ...
For many people, the burning sensation in their chest associated with heartburn is described as mild discomfort. However, if you experience heartburn regularly, this malady can have drastic effects: limiting your diet, necessitating the ingestion of daily medications, and even undergoing various medical procedures such as an endoscopy, which requires anesthesia.
A similar iteration of the well-known Atkins Diet and Low Carb Diet, the Ketogenic Diet is an extremely low carb program and its purpose is to force your body to burn fat. If you eat saturated fat frequently, the systems in your body upregulate the process of burning fat, either your own body fat or fat from the food you eat.
Lately it seems everyone is talking about the ketogenic diet, intermittent fasting, or Bulletproof Coffee. In fact, all three methods are very much interrelated and work best when used synergistically. If you are looking for a “bullet proof” way to lose weight, then intermittent fasting on a ketogenic diet with a daily cup of Bulletproof coffee can be extremely beneficial.
By now you may have read all about the new celebrity trend: intermittent fasting. If you’re looking to be shredded like Terry Crews or straight up beastly like the Wolverine, I suggest you learn more about how intermittent fasting has helped these celebrities get in tip-top shape. For myself, I’ve always been a petite female, whose blessed high metabolism allowed me to always eat what I want and never gain a pound. As I’ve hit my 30’s however, my metabolism slowed WAY down, and I’ve had to reevaluate my body chemistry and my love of carbs and sweets.
According to the Center for Disease Control, heart disease is the number one killer in the United States, and most professionals would agree that high cholesterol is the leading cause. However, contrary to popular misconception, while there may be an association between high cholesterol and heart disease, this does NOT mean that high cholesterol causes heart disease.
Have you grown tired of that same New Year’s resolution to lose weight. Have you tried every diet out there? From bland cabbage soup to blending and juicing your whole meal, to eating baby food, nothing has worked. That’s because each of these ill-advised programs center around a very low calorie diet that can help you shed weight quickly, but that weight is not necessarily the hard to burn fat that you are really trying to target. Instead, you will be losing water weight, lean muscle mass, and some normal fat.