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The Truth About Low-Carb Diets and How to Upgrade Your Carbs

Low-carb diets have become especially popular in recent years. People who try them are generally extremely pleased with the results in the first few weeks, but the long-term results are inevitably disappointing. This article explains why low-carb diets are not permanent weight loss solutions by describing how carbohydrates work in the body and how our metabolisms respond to a low-carb diet. This article also covers some upgrades you can make to the carbohydrates you eat that will yield safe and permanent results.

What Is The Paleo Diet? Overview and History Explained

The Paleo diet is low sodium, low sugar with high protein. The diet aims to provide you with the best health, by following the diet that our early ancestors in the Paleolithic era ate. While the diet prioritizes health, it also can be a great diet for weight loss.

The Fast Food Diet Plan

Life is hectic and finding the right plan for a good diet is just as hectic. Many times over the decision between eating healthy and eating unhealthy is a matter of deciding on which restaurant you’ll stop at, on the way home from work, gym or some other glamourous location.

Demystifying Protein Supplements

This article is aimed at helping people understand when a protein supplement may be beneficial to them, what is available on the market, and which protein supplements are best for their specific goals. The article is broken into three sections. The first lists a number of health goals and when a protein supplement may be beneficial to people with these goals. The second describes the differences between whey, casein and soy protein supplements, and when to use them. Finally, the third section helps to decode the ingredients list on a protein supplement to help you find the highest quality supplements.

Excess Stomach Fat Is Not Only Ugly, But Extremely Dangerous to Your Health

Did you know that many western countries have populations where over 70% are considered obese. Everyone knows that excess stomach fat is not only ugly. But what many people don’t know is that it can be extremely dangerous to your health.

Don’t Eat Less, Eat Better

Eat better not necessarily less. Although portion control is a great idea.

The Science of Wheat’s Health Problems

Wheat has a number of inherent problems, which have been greatly compounded by the genetic manipulation of the grain back in the 1950s. This article describes the science behind how wheat hurts the human body.

Buying Wheat Free Products

If you are interested in going gluten free, you may also be anxious about how you can maintain such a lifestyle. This article has great tips on what you can do to make this kind of life work for you, and to make it stick.

The Mechanisms by Which Wheat Causes Health Problems

Many people are coming to learn the health problems associated with wheat. Several components of wheat, including gluten, gliadin, and amylopectin A contribute to its harms.

Probiotics – Fad, Fiction or Fabulous?

Probiotics are everywhere in the media today – news stories, magazine articles, radio stories and the topic of many news shows, let alone commercials. But what exactly are they and why all the hype? Are they just a passing trend or an essential supplement? Hopefully not a passing trend, as they provide many benefits for our health.

You Are What You Eat: Lifestyle Alters Your Genes!

When many people gain weight or develop health conditions, they often believe they inherited the problem from their parents. I bet you’ve heard, “My relatives have it too.” Although there are some fixed genetic traits, such as eye or hair color, and some genetic aberrations, up to 80% of our genes are influenced by our environment, including our lifestyle choices. Many experts now agree that chronic conditions and diseases are strongly driven by lifestyle habits (eating, activity levels, stress, etc.). For example, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, heart disease, high blood sugar/diabetes, overweight, arthritis, chronic inflammation, and cancer are significantly driven by our choices.

Little Known Ways to Reduce Calorie Intake

Let me guess. You don’t have enough time to think about what to eat or to count calories because your time is “too” scarce? Good excuse, but not good enough for me.

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