Posts tagged ‘healthy foods’
Here we are again. Another Friday…why is time passing WAYYYY too quickly?
To those celebrating Rosh Hashana, Happy New Year!
As you know, eating healthy isn’t always easy. To make it more confusing, some foods may SEEM healthy but in reality are trainwrecks for your waistline. Check out this list and see if you eat any of these “good for you” foods (which are just plain ol crap)
Continuing the trend, here are more seemingly healthy foods that really aren’t that healthy!
You know I love a good bacteria story since taking (and rocking!) my microbiology class this summer. Check out the latest findings on where bacteria are lurking! Oh, and on a side note: I learned yesterday that our body has approximately 100 trillion cells. And we have up to 4x as much BACTERIA in/on our body. Crazy!
Recent studies show that what you eat, and not necessarily your genetics, contribute more to obesity.
My favorite topic: sugar! More tips on how to cut it from your diet.
Have a great weekend!
I’m inaugurating a new weekly Friday post–articles, blog posts, and stories I’ve come across on the web that I feel are worth sharing. Read them all now or savor them to read throughout the weekend. But I’ve done all the work for you and found this week’s best reads (in my humble opinion). Just a disclaimer about this week’s picks: a few involve food safety, such as chicken and salmon farming. I’ll let you know which ones they are in case ignorant bliss is for you (I promise not to hold it against you) Enjoy–and have a fabulous weekend!
For all those “almost” vegetarians or “pescatarians,” this one’s for you. **Graphic**
Dr. Weil enlightens us on the best time of day to take your vitamins
Are you eating the 12 healthiest foods on earth? If not, add ’em to your diet!
No time in the day for your daily “ohmmmmm?” How about meditating while eating
Your kitchen is dirtier than you think-take it from this microbiology student! This video is worth the watch, even just to see what a nut Kathy Lee Gifford is!
You might not ever want to eat at the Cheesecake Factory again (or at least, order the seafood)
In a follow up from the above article- a closer look at where our salmon is coming from. A must read for the salmon lovers out there (ignorant bliss comes into play here–but this issue is VERY important)
What’s the new diet trend among the trendy (and stupid, in my opinion) in Los Angeles?
And to end the list with an homage to our incredible Mother Earth:
National Geographic’s most incredible pictures of the year–guaranteed to inspire you and develop even more love for mother nature