We see millions of people in the world who are suffering and dying from hunger while in other parts of the world, people are dying from overeating. Eating certain foods leads to obesity which in turn can lead to a multitude of diseases and poor health, and in turn death. Yes, our food consumption is killing us. It just doesn’t make sense. Since I’ve become a whole foods vegan, much
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Packed with nutrients, vitamins, minerals, protein, and high in energy, nuts and seeds have it all! So many different varieties that they should be considered a super food. Low in saturated fats with no cholesterol, they are versatile to alternative high fatty foods and you will be enriching your daily diet to keep yourself healthy and fit. Nuts get a bad wrap sometimes because they are known to be high
You’ve just made the switch to becoming a vegan. Your body feels great, your energy level is sky rocketing, you’re contributing to making the planet more sustainable and you are saving the lives of innocent animals. Life is great! I find in talking to many people who have switched over to a whole foods/plant base lifestyle for health reasons to be challenged to continue their journey of eating this way.
When I asked Art back in December what he thought would be a trend in the health industry in 2016, the first thing he said was food. As January comes to a close, we are all once again bombarded with information about food on the internet. What should we eat? What diet should we follow? Are carbs good or bad? Should we cleanse? How much protein? What kind of protein?
Food, food, food, that’s all everyone is talking about now. It’s a wonder why so many people are confused about what to eat as there is so much conflicting information to be found on the internet and through social media. There is a food exercise that I like to take my personal clients through, and this is going through their fridge. They are a little hesitant at first to try it,
Here we are on day 7 of the ‘fits and bites’ journey. I have to be quite honest, I wasn’t planning on writing about this topic today but I’m getting so many responses from clients, class participants, and other people about what Art and I eat on a daily basis, I thought I would share some ideas and recipes with everyone. You will be somewhat surprised that we eat normal
Here we are, January 2nd and day two of our 30 days of ‘Fits and Bites’ to help you get fit and healthy. I’m going to dive right into today’s blog post as today’s topic, food, is the hottest topic in the fitness and health industry. We love our food! We love the taste of food, we like to eat out, we socialize over food with our family and friends,
I’ve always thought of myself as a healthy eater and a lover of food. I’ve always eaten lots of fruit and vegetables, I love my grains and I do have the occasional dessert now and again but I limit my intake of sugar. I’ve been a runner for over 35 years with some time taken off now and again due to injuries and I’ve also kept active through cycling, kayaking,
I don’t want to waste your time so if you think this blog is going to be about a quick fix exercise and weight loss plan, you are going to be very disappointed. The secret is that there is no secret to getting fit and staying fit. However, it’s not that hard to stay fit and fabulous especially after the age of 40 but if you want to live the