If you’re wondering why the omega’s are getting the limelight more and more lately, I’ve set the record straight to explain everything you need to know about where to consume more, how much, how often, and from what sources.
It’s widely known that fat is an important part of a healthy diet, and that certain fats like mono and polyunsaturated fats can play a role in heart health, managing inflammation, and with fat-soluble vitamin absorption. Though we know how important healthy fats are, it can often be a challenge to pick the right kind of fat or oil and know the best way to use it. Use these tips to pick the right oil for salads, juices, cooking, and even your skin!
Here are my top ten favorite tips for healthy eating all year long, with lots of amazing links to more helpful information from Reboot Your Life. This is by no means a complete list of guidelines but a few key things to get you started or keep you moving forward on the path toward healthy eating as a lifestyle.
Fat intake and breast cancer has been an ongoing hot button issue full of conflicting research, strong opinions and controversy. Part of the “flip-flopping” surrounding expert dietary recommendations regarding fats and breast cancer stem from the fact that the nutrition science and research on this subject is evolving. Early studies looking at population data suggested […]
Nuts and seeds are healthy, natural foods that are full of beneficial nutrients and phytochemicals. The myth that nuts and seeds are fattening and therefore unhealthy has persisted, but according to scientists, nuts are beneficial for weight loss. In any case, it’s not the fat content of a diet that makes it healthy, it’s the […]