With so many new gluten-free products on the market, if you haven’t already cut gluten out of your diet, you may be considering it. Are gluten-free products healthier? Who can benefit from eliminating gluten from their diet? What’s wrong with gluten? We’ll take a look at these and other questions to help you make the best decision for yourself.
When shifting to a vegetarian diet, one of the biggest concerns for some people is protein. They may worry when concerned friends ask, “Where are you going to get your protein?” But rest assured, you can always answer, “From everything I eat.” After all, when nearly all plant foods contain some protein, it’s quite simple to go vegetarian with little to no protein planning at all.
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Ginger is well known for its spicy bite in Asian cooking, but not everyone knows it's also an effective remedy for a number of ailments, including colds and flu.
Our eyes are one of our most valuable possessions, yet we often take them for granted, even abuse them.
If you're having a baby, nature has arranged the perfect food for your child—breast milk. I breastfed my three strong and healthy children, much to the dismay of my family and friends. Even my mother, who breastfed me, was influenced by the times to believe that breastfeeding was old-fashioned.
The first thing a yogi does in the morning is take a cold shower—not just to get clean on the outside, but to energize the inner body as well.
Do you drag yourself out of bed in the morning and shuffle to the kitchen half asleep to put the coffee on, knowing that you’ll be useless until after your first few gulps?
Yogis know that it is important to eat just the right amount to keep the body healthy—neither too much nor too little.