Blogs about Diet

21 (genuinely useful) Ways to Modify your Eating

1.      Make your plate a different color than your food. According to Wansick, if your plate matches your food, you’ll eat 18% more. Also, eat off smaller plates to eat less.

#makeitorbreakit challenge #2 homework!

  

#makeitorbreakit Challenge#2 Sugar

Ok everybody, we are nearing the end of week #2 of our #makeitorbreak it challenge! The next challenges will start in about 8 days! I gotta say, I have stuck to the make drinking water a habit challenge. Before this challenge, I never felt thirsty, now I do. I actually drink more than I need to on a couple days. I have noticed that the wrinkles that have been coming in are actually going away and my skin overall is much better! I'll take it! As far as breaking the habit of no calories after dinner, I have not been perfect.

The Truth about the MD and Supplements

I often encounter people  who do not realize how important or life changing taking the correct supplements can be for their health.  Many MD's will not encourage or suggest them because they were not trained on supplements in medical school.  The fact is an MD is trained in Pharmacology.  Hence, they prescibe medications to treat patients.  Ahhh..now that makes sense.  Patients trust the Doc, they go to the Doc and the Doc gives them medicine......

#makeitorbreakit Are you up for the challenge???

 

Dr. Loomis, Registered Dietitian Speaks about ID Life

At 1:01 AM, Dr.

10 Tips to Help Speed Up Your Metabolism and Burn Fat...

1. Eat every three hours or so as this will keep your metabolism running in ‘high gear’ for extended periods. If you are unable to eat every 3 hours try incorporating protein shakes into your routine. 

So What Is The Scoop On Dietary Fat?

  Fat…just what the heck good is it anyway? Well, there’s lots of good about it actually. Some fats are actually so good that you need them in your diet (think Omega-3 fats!) So, let’s get a run-down on what is so good about this macronutrient. 

Fat Fighters 7 half way through!

How Drinking Red Wine Can Improve Athletic Performance

It sounds too good to be true, but scientific evidence backs it up. Red wine actually can enhance your fitness according to researchers.