Is The Stevia On The Shelf At Food Stores Really That Good For You? Part 1
This article examines whether the processed Stevia you buy as a powder off the supermarket shelf is really that good for you. We need to be very aware of the problems associated with processing all foods and processing Stevia is no different.
How To Get Calcium Without Drinking Cow’s Milk
This article examines different ways to get the calcium your body needs without having to eat and or drink dairy products including cow’s milk. There are many other ways to get your daily intake of calcium.
7 Ways That Ashwagandha Can Improve Your Health & Vitality
Ashwagandha is an adaptogenic herb that has been used for over 3000 years in Ayurvedic medicine. This article explores 7 things that it can do to enhance and restore health and wellbeing in your body.
Is Your Keto Diet Clean or Dirty?
At CrossFit Diet Tips we have written extensively about a good diet program for athletes. Whether you follow a keto style diet or stick to a Paleo regimen, there are good ways and bad ways to do it. A name alone does not describe a particular diet program. You can follow one to the letter, but if the foods you are using are of poor quality, you may be doing more harm than good. In this article, we will focus on the ketogenic (keto) diet.
Levers? Brain Chem? What’s the REAL Addiction Stimulus?
Brain chemistry has for years seemed to me to be the key to sugar addiction. A scientific study discussed in a recent podcast appeared to point to something else. Yet I’m convinced the brain chemistry piece was the underlying factor. Check it out.
Child Obesity – Nobody Said Change Was Easy
Child Obesity has become an epidemic in America, and it is time for action. Change is not always easy, but it is sometimes necessary.
10 Super Foods for Baby Boomers Over 50
Eating healthy is important at any age but becomes especially crucial for baby boomers over 50. Here are 10 superfoods that boast a high nutrient-to-calorie ratio to keep your body performing optimally. You’ll notice that some of these age-defying and disease-fighting superfoods are items that you may already love and are sitting inside your refrigerator or pantry.
When Serotonin’s Good and When It’s Bad
Some people call serotonin the “happiness hormone.” But its functions are far more complex than that — and not always good. This article touches on several different functions of serotonin, both good and bad, and offers nutrition guidelines for optimizing your serotonin levels.
Why The Fear of Dietary Fats Is Unnecessary
Dietary fats have been vilified for decades as the particular cause of excess weight and cardiovascular diseases. Nonetheless, with new innovations and researches, now there is reliable evidence to the contrary.
Health Foods – That May Not Be So Healthy
There is a lot of food that people are consuming believing that they’re enjoying healthy meals. Eating too much of any food just because it is categorized as healthy can create serious health and fitness issues.