The concept of eating well can be quite subjective. Do you mean the USDA Food Pyramid or the updated My Plate? Low-fat? Vegan? Atkins, South Beach, Fat Flush, Paleo? There are so many diet plans out there and so many ideas on what it means to eat a healthy diet that the first order of . . . → Read More: But I eat a pretty good diet…
The old saying, “Where there’s a will, there’s a way”, is very appropriate here. These suggestions require you to set aside some time to plan each week and to talk with your family to gain their support. Once you get over the initial learning curve, these suggestions prove to be a huge time savings.
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Is health expensive?
Eating healthy and living a lifestyle that is supportive rather than self-destructive does take commitment and that often means time and money. Depending on the number of changes that need to be made, the adjustment in how you spend your time and money will vary. I believe that the time investment in . . . → Read More: Eating Healthy on a Budget (part 1)
Just a Little More Attention for a Big Impact
In a 2010 systemic review and meta-analysis (the researchers picked out all of the high quality studies globally and gained insights from them) the authors found that just a little more compliance with the Mediterranean diet led to an …
8% reduction of death from all . . . → Read More: Do your food choices, even if they are not perfect, really matter?