Looking for ways to improve your health and diet? We all know that the benefits of healthy eating contribute to a number of factors: increased energy; weight management and weight loss; decreasing you risks of developing chronic illnesses and diseases; and just feeling great overall. Developing healthy eating habits doesn’t have to be difficult or overwhelming. Additionally, healthy eating doesn’t mean you need to cash in your favourite foods for flavourless items that you wouldn’t even call edible. Find helpful and informative articles that will get you on your way to a healthier lifestyle with Bright Hub’s Diet, Nutrition & Healthy Eating Tips.
Many people taking statins are looking for ways to reduce their cholesterol. Making a few changes to your diet can help to naturally lower your cholesterol, while also adding benefits to your overall health.
Society is constantly moving and always on the go. This can also put a damper on trying to eat properly or even healthy. But with so much going on, how do you and your family go about finding the best foods to eat?
Lutein is one of the carotenoids that is particularly well-known for preventing and slowing the progression of age-related eye disorders. What are the benefits of consuming more food sources for your vision?
Genistein is an important antioxidant that may play a role in cancer prevention and treatment. Not a cure but a beneficial compound, learn all about what genistein does in the body and the potential that it has.
If you’re feeling depressed, grumpy, crabby or generally in a rotten mood, it’s possible that your emotional state could be related to your food choices. But it also could be what you’re not eating. Let’s explore the foods that improve your mood, and those that, in the long run, don’t really help.
Not all members of the allium family are as odoriferous as the most common ones, which are garlic and onion. Whether you choose to consume the most or least pungent and flavorful of these vegetables, you are assured of receiving a powerful mixture of disease fighting antioxidants and phytochemicals.
Fats provide the body with energy, determine the body’s response to insulin and either flare up or cool down inflammation. Almost all foods, including “non-fat foods" such as carrots and lettuce contain some fat. People associate weight loss and controlling heart diseases with reducing fat intake.
Healthy slow cooker meals are a life saver in today’s busy world. Imagine having a delicious meal ready to put on the table for dinner right after walking in from work! Slow cookers are a great way to eat healthy food and save time.