Do Vitamins Really Work For Weight Loss?

While no one really believes losing weight is just a matter of taking the right vitamins, they can be helpful nonetheless. According to LifeHack, very inexpensive Vitamin D is one way to boost weight loss efforts. Research has shown that people with higher levels of vitamin C in their systems lose more weight than those […]

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Rough On The Gut Foods

According to Business Insider, “Milk is a common digestive irritant in people with lactose intolerance. Artificial sweeteners might save you a few calories, but they can also wreak havoc on your digestive system.” Other digestion irritants is the skin of bell peppers and corn. Finally, and non-surprisingly, highly processed food is extremely rough on the […]

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The Free Self-Care You Should Be Doing Right Now

Self care culture is currently super popular. Companies are pushing bath bomb and adult coloring books. Lifehacker, however, recently listed the free and reasonable self care people should actually be doing. They said you should feed yourself healthy food, so you don’t crave junk food. They also said you should make your exercise goals realistic. […]

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Foods That Are Rich In Vitamin D

According to Business Insider, Vitamin D, also known as the “sunshine vitamin,” is key for bone health. They compiled a list that contains some of the best food sources that are packed with Vitamin D from certain fish to beef liver and fortified yogurt. Some additional foods that are rich in vitamin D include: 1. […]

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Want To Stop Mindless Snacking?

Business Insider recently listed different tips to help stop mindless snacking. Their first suggestion is to eat slowly, this can help your body register when it is actually full versus pushing past it’s limit. They say if snacking is an emotional habit, it’s best to take a moment on to recognize the emotions being experienced.Journaling […]

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Food From Taco Bell Dietitians Approve

Business Insider recently spoke to seven dietitians about what they would actually order at Taco Bell. They wrote, “One dietitian said ordering items “fresco style” is a great way to cut down on calories. Overall, dietitians cut back on extras like sour cream and sauces.” For instance, a Whole30 Certified Coach says if you must […]

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What Dietitians Order At Chipotle

Insider asked seven dietitians what they order at Chipotle and none of them order burritos or tacos. That’s because tortillas are full of calories. One taco tortilla can add 300 calories to your meal. All of the dietitians either ordered a burrito bowl or a salad. One dietitian said that she always splurges and adds […]

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One Health Benefit Of Obesity

In modern society, Obesity is seen as a blatant sign of poor health. However, it should be known several studies say there’s a lot more to a person’s health than their weight. Though, it is a general consensus obesity is a huge red flag. Business Insider reports there is one strange benefit to being obesity. […]

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These Food Trends Are Just So Totally 2018

As 2018 proved, all that glitters is not edible gold. According to Business Insider, certain food trends of 2018 are destined to be consigned to the compost heap of history. Dishes covered in edible gold and glitter may have looked great on Instagram. But that doesn’t mean they actually tasted good. It certainly made them […]

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What’s The Point Of Lettuce?

A writer for Lifehacker named, Beth Skwarecki, recently vented their frustration with lettuce. She wrote, “Does it bug you that we’re living in a world where even the lettuce threatens our health? I have a solution. Toss out the romaine; dump the iceberg while you’re at it, too. Lettuce is [expletive]. Lettuce has always been […]

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Is Parmesan Cheese Actually Healthy For You?

According to Business Insider, authentic Parmigiano-Reggiano has many more health benefits than the parmesan you’ll find in a plastic shaker. Not only is parmesan lactose-free and low in fat, it’s also a good source of protein, calcium, and certain vitamins. Just one ounce of parmesan packs a whopping 10 grams of protein. The US National […]

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