Do you follow the Meatless Monday initiative? If not, don’t be skeptical – I am not transforming you into vegetarians or bunnies but rather appealing to you to try have one meatless meal a week, it doesn’t even have to be a Monday!
Omega-3’s are important for good health, especially heart health, eye site and brain functioning. Research has shown that the consumption of fatty fish is beneficial to health and that we need to try ensure that we get in at least 90-120 g of fatty fish at least two times a week!
Barely must be one of the MOST UNDERUTILIZED grains that you get. Most people just chuck it into a soup but here is a great recipe which allows you to make fantastic salads using barley as a source of HEALTHY CARBS and GREAT SOURCE of FIBER!
The simple answer to this question is NO – there is no physiological basis in which the blood group diet works. REMEMBER that by reducing your calories by cutting out any food group = ENERGY RESTRICTION and any form of ENERGY RESTRICTION = WEIGHT LOSS IS PROMOTED.
Are you really eating for two when you are pregnant?
In the first trimester
In the first trimester you actually don’t need to eat any more than you usually do. In other words, your energy requirements are the same.
Can your body be too acidic? Can what you eat make a difference?
Life on earth is dependent on the appropriate pH levels. In the human body this is tightly controlled by homeostasis (a balance in the body that keeps blood levels normal or very close to normal).