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Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Suzanne Lieurance 
 
 Article Title :: Eat More Vegetables: A Dozen Easy & Delicious Ways to Improve Your Daily Diet
 
In today's fast paced, fast food world, most of us need to improve our daily diet by eating more vegetables. For optimum health that means 3 to 5 servings a day. Try these twelve ways to easily (and deliciously) incorporate more veggies into your meals and snacks.1. In the winter, make one pot meals, like soups, stews, and chowders. Use a combination of fresh and frozen vegetables. Turnips, parsnips, and other vegetables you might not enjoy on their own are quite satisfying in a hearty winter soup or stew.2. Make a simple tossed salad part of your dinner every night. No need to wash and cut up veggies. Buy salads already prepared, so all you have to do is o  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Sneh Jaisingh 
 
 Article Title :: Healthy Nuggest For a Busy Life
 
Coming from a family of Medical professionals and having breathed around spiritually aware people, I was always exposed to the significance of nutrition from both scientific and spiritual aspects. Despite the knowledge, following a healthy lifestyle along with balancing both personal and professional worlds posed quiet a challenge; especially here in the US with little domestic help available.A quick recap on the status of Immigrant IndiansFood, the source of life energy is greatly influenced by Culture and Weather, which, by the way, in the US is a complete contrast from our tropical land, India.In the last Fifty years, millions of Indians migrat  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Harriet Hodgson 
 
 Article Title :: Salt Sensitivity: A Medical Condition With Big Risks
 
The human body needs salt in order to function. How much salt is enough? The American Heart Association recommends 2,3000 milligrams of salt a day for healthy adults. That's ONE TEASPOON of salt. People who are extremely salt sensitive should eat less.Many Americans are eating way too much salt and putting their health at risk. If you're overweight, have cardiovascular disease, or high blood pressure you should cut back on salt. A 2001 Indiana University School of Medicine study, "Salt Sensitivity, Pulse Pressure, and Death in Normal and Hypertensive Humans," details the health risks associated with salt sensitivity.The results of the 25-year study were announced in a   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Robert Robinson 
 
 Article Title :: Why Are Diets Frustrating?
 
The statement that diets are frustrating is true for 95% of persons who have been on a diet for two or more years. This is evident by the failure of their diet to maintain weight loss. The fundamental problem with diets is that they are focused primarily on the quantity of calories consumed rather than the management of those calories by the body. If one restricts their caloric consumption but the body poorly manages how these calories are used it is likely they will still remain fat despite their effort.Recent studies have shown that over the past 20 years fat persons do not consume more than most slim persons. On the other hand you could have a high consumption of food and remain  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: John Eliot, Ph.D. 
 
 Article Title :: Macronutrient Planning
 
How many calories should I eat, Doc? I’ve heard this question numerous times from athletes trying to improve their diet. They want to know what the best fuel is, and they want to know how much of it to consume. I rarely give them the answer they are initially looking for. That’s because, for athletes, calories are relatively meaningless.Caloric intake alone tells us nothing about the quality of food in one’s system. An athlete can eat 90 grams of table sugar, 90 grams of a wild rice and broccoli mix, or 40 grams of pure butter and he or she will be getting identical total calories. But performance will be very different with these three items.What’s essential i  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: John Eliot, Ph.D. 
 
 Article Title :: Nutrition for Peak Recovery
 
One of the factors that significantly influences recovery—how steep the slope of the curve, and therefore how much of an overshoot (image a hose pointing into the air and then adjusting the pressure of the water)—is the fuel the body has available to it. If the right volume and combination of nutrients are available, the body will sling back with tremendous force. If not, both the benefit from training will be dampened, and lengthen the time it takes before training can be resumed will be lengthened.To take full advantage of nutrition’s impact on the overshoot, fuel has to be on hand when the body starts to recover. And, using a little common sense, you can’t immediately  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Valerian D. 
 
 Article Title :: Cholesterol, The Enemy We Cannot Live Without
 
Cholesterol is one of the body's lipids (fats). It is the most common organic molecule disseminated in our entire body, including the brain. Life is impossible in absence of immediate and abundant reserves of cholesterol in our bodies. Cholesterol is an essential component of the membrane surrounding every cell. The task of cholesterol in this fatty double layer of the cell wall membrane is a very important one. It must assign the proper value to the fluid level and membrane rigidity for both cell function and stability. In association with another lipid, triglyceride, cholesterol is an essential constituent in the structure of cells and are also used in m  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Kevin Woodward 
 
 Article Title :: Junk Food or Junk Diet?
 
The week-end arrives; you heave a sigh of relief as you now have a couple of days relaxation before you face the pressures of work again. Or do you? Saturday morning - you make the family a cup of coffee to start the day, then it is off out to get the shopping done. You get back late in the morning and realise that you have to get the kids to their swimming club or drop them off at their music instructors place. Too late for a decent lunch, by the time they are organised it will be time to go. So you stop and all have a burger on the way. The traffic is a nightmare, by the time you get in and put your feet up, you find it is time to collect the kids. You are so tired now with all of the r  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Brian Vaszily 
 
 Article Title :: Potatoes: Once and For All, Are America's Favorite Vegetables Good For You or Not?
 
Potatoes are one of the top crops grown throughout the world, and they're certainly a favorite right here in the United States. In fact, potatoes are America's favorite vegetable, and they are harvested somewhere in the United States during every single month of the year. Americans love potatoes. We each eat about 126 pounds of them every year -- a hefty amount when you consider that we only eat 30 pounds of lettuce and 4.5 pounds of broccoli in the same time-span. Interestingly, though, despite their popularity there is an ongoing debate as to whether they are good for you or not. Potatoes are "As Bad as Sugar" At the heart of the argument against potatoes   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Gabe Mirkin, M.D. 
 
 Article Title :: Cooking and Human Evolution
 
For years, anthropologists have told us that humans dominate the earth because they learned to make tools that could kill big animals that would give them more food so that they could survive. Dr Richard Wrangham of Harvard thinks they are all wrong. He thinks that man dominates earth because he learned how to cook.Some anthropologists tell us that prehistoric humans were meat eaters, while others tell us that they were primarily gatherers of plants. If humans were meat eaters, why don't you have large pointy teeth like other meat eaters such as a tiger? Or a lower jaw that juts out to catch prey like an alligator or dog? Humans have a flat lower jaw that couldn't possibly grab a p  (read full article)
 
 
 
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