Did you know the average American spends approximately 70 minutes per day eating and drinking, and an additional 58 minutes completing food preparation and cleanup? With over two hours of your day devoted entirely to food, it could be worthwhile to focus on making the process easier — and perhaps add some time back into … Continue reading 5 reasons to reorganize your pantry today
Thanks to the keto diet, Whole 30 and other “fad diets,” the majority of our nutrition-related conversations tend to revolve around macronutrients — carbohydrates, fats and proteins — as well as added sugar and highly-processed foods. (All good things to pay attention to.) But what about dietary fiber? I’d venture to guess that you don’t … Continue reading Is fiber the secret to a healthier gut?
You’ve probably heard some buzz around the very popular Whole30 diet — an elimination diet with the goal of committing to a 30-day nutritional system reboot for your body. But what does this 30-day diet entail? And is it good for your health? In essence, the Whole30 diet aims to eliminate a large portion of … Continue reading The whole scoop on the Whole30 diet
Your risk for certain diseases may be determined by just 10 foods, according to a recent study. We’ve always known that what you eat can greatly affect your health, but now researchers have put together a handy list of exactly what to add to your plate — and what to take off of it — to … Continue reading These 10 foods may affect your risk for diseases
Why is stress so harmful? Many scientists believe that our increasingly stressed and fast-paced lifestyles have a direct link to higher than normal levels of cortisol (a compound linked to stress) in our bodies. It has been shown that elevated cortisol over the long-term results in increased blood sugar levels and weight gain from the … Continue reading Try these foods to lower your stress level