What Your Cravings May Be Telling You

January 19, 2022

Cravings usually receive a bad rap, mainly because the foods people crave are most times “bad for you.” But is there more to cravings than meets the eye? Why do people get cravings? Are they signals from the body telling you that you need something? 

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Top Cancer Causing Foods to Avoid

December 7, 2021

Food is vital for life, and no one can survive for very long without eating. If you care about your health, you will choose foods that are nutritious and good for you. Unfortunately, most of the foods available today can also cause disease.

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Quick Fix Procedures and Diets - Why They Don't Work

November 4, 2021

The world is full of makeover TV programs promising quick fixes. Is it surprising that people are becoming increasingly vulnerable to this idea? However, quick fixes do not work. Whether it is procedures or diets, they only offer short-term changes. Eventually, things either revert to normal or become worse. Quick fixes do not deal with the root of the problem. They only deal with superficial issues.

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Fatty Foods and Weight Loss: Why Healthy Fats Are Your Friend

October 1, 2021

Many people are terrified of the word fat. This is because they believe that all types of fatty foods could make them fat. As well, there is a seemingly logical fear that fat could increase the risk of developing heart disease. But according to research, healthy fats can keep your mind and heart strong. 

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Why You Shouldn’t Worry About Fluctuations in Weight Loss Daily

September 2, 2021

You timidly step on the scale after a weekend of cocktails and overindulging, only to do a double-take. It disgusts you that you’ve gained back the pounds that you’ve been working so hard to lose. But before you lose your chill, it’s important to know that day-to-day weight fluctuations are normal. An adult’s weight fluctuates five to six pounds a day, depending on when you eat, drink, or sleep.

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