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How Raw Should You Be to Get the Benefits Reported by a Raw Vegan Diet?

For those of us who are lucky enough to even know about the benefits of a raw vegan diet, there are still a lot of misconceptions. Many people think that in order to reap the benefits of a raw vegan diet such as weight loss, increased energy, better mood, better health, and so on that they have to be 100% raw vegan. Although, a 100% low-fat raw vegan diet will give you optimal results, you do not need to be 100% raw to get benefits.

Tips for Moms in Preparing the Healthiest Fruit Juice for Your Kids

Fruit juice is a healthy alternative to soda and other popular fizzy drinks, and children can benefit. Fruits are rich in fiber, vitamins and minerals that become more readily available to the body’s cells when they are in juice form. Juicing is a healthy means of introducing fruits and vegetables that children would otherwise say no to.

Foods That Make You Happy – Naturally!

No one food in particular can cure all of your woes, but did you know that certain foods that make you happy? We all know that diet has tremendous effects on both short- and long-term health, but we have also been taught that there is no “magic potion” for weight loss – that is, not one food in particular is going to help you get to your goal weight.

An Overview of the Benefits Provided by Healthy Korean Bamboo Salt

Healthy bamboo salt from Korea has slowly integrated itself into the global health, recently seeing a popularity surge in the North American market. The process of creating and refining bamboo salt was developed by Korean doctors and monks as a medicinal remedy for a range of health issues. As it continues to permeate the health industry many want to know what benefits healthy Korean bamboo salt can potentially provide.

Snacking on Semi-Dried Persimmon Slices Is a Tasty, Healthy Choice

The popularity of persimmon has dramatically increased on a global scale over the past several years. One of the most popular ways to eat this delectable fruit is semi-dried persimmon slices. There are two different types of persimmon trees which bear either astringent or non-astringent fruits. Astringent persimmon is higher in tannin and is normally allowed to fully ripen. Non-astringent persimmon fruits have less tannin and can be eaten when it is still crispier.

Choose Granny Smith Apples to Lose and Maintain Weight!

Apples are a great source of dietary fiber and other non-digestible compounds that benefit your health and can help you lose weight. Which apple is best? Read on to see.

Your Grandparents Were Right

Our generation lives in a world where the children may die before the parents. This is because of the obesity crisis that is affecting the younger generation. It is the first time ever in our history and it asks the question as to why our generation is suffering more than our grandparents.

Peanuts – Healthy or Nut?

It was about 4 years ago when I met Connie Lee, an attractive woman with a southern drawl and a body that wouldn’t quit. I asked Miss Connie Lee where she was from, she said “Texas darling!” I had visions of her going to rodeos and doing the Two-Step and riding bucking broncos.

The Top 7 Healthy Foods You Need To Eat

When it comes to healthy foods that boost your metabolism, help you lose weight, make you look, feel and perform better, there are none better than the 7 foods I’ve outlined for you below. So here we go..

The Food Pyramid Explained

The U.S.D.A food pyramid is a great way to understand the amount and the types of food you should be eating. It breaks it down in a easy to follow format as a guide for healthy eating.

Food Safety – Is It Really That Big A Deal?

We often think that the food safety regulations are too strict and that they don’t apply to home cooking but some of the commercial principles can be applied to home cooking and should be applied to home cooking. In this article some of those priciples are discussed and it makes it clear the things you have to consider as a home cook in keeping you food safe for yourself and your family.

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