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This New Year Follow These Simple Diet And Nutrition Tips For A Healthier And Happier 2019

It’s that time of the year when we all start thinking about our New Year Resolutions. It is an exciting time of the year with new promises and fresh starts. This New Year you should focus to work towards a healthier life. A healthier life can have a significant impact on your life. In today’s world where we all are occupied with busy schedules, one often tends to ignore their health and well-being. But it is very important that one maintains a healthy lifestyle as it can help ward off several…

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Promoting healthier lifestyle all-round at Me Time

A WELL-BEING afternoon at Grayswood Village Hall on Sunday was also an opportunity to try taster sessions of different exercise classes, as well as sample a healthy twist on a traditional afternoon tea. Haslemere-based nutritionist Jeanette Townsend mounted the event as a “me time” treat for those too busy to enjoy a pamper session that could also be a bit of a work out. Visitors were put through their paces by Fernhurst-based personal trainer Adam Burger, who led sculpt and tone sessions, calming classes with Haslemere mindfulness coach Tosh Brittan,…

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The Many Benefits of Rye That Make it Healthier Than Wheat and Barley

Rye is a grass that is closely associated with wheatand barley and yet is superior to the two. It is an extremely versatile grain. Also known as secale cereal, rye is a grain from Russia, and was dominantly grown there, but now is available all across the world. It is a powerhouse of antioxidants, phytonutrients, vitamins and minerals. It is intriguing to observe that such a tiny seed could be loaded with so many benefits. Importantly, it is full of the good carbohydrates that can make you feel fuller than wheat or barley and promote…

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International Raw Food Day 2017: 9 Everyday Foods That Are Healthier When Eaten Raw

The International Raw Food Day, celebrated every year on 11th July, is for everyone to learn more about the concept of raw food and adopt a healthy lifestyle. A lot of people, around the world, ‘Go Raw for a Day’, eating freshly prepared raw meals to encourage people to include more fresh and raw foods in their daily meals. A part of this philosophy is derived from the principles of the Paleolithic diet which is believed to have been followed by our ancestors. It mainly consists of foods that were procured through hunting and…

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5 Healthier Takes on Classic Super Bowl Snacks

Super Bowl Sunday is almost upon us. While we love the team spirit and viral television commercials that accompany the big game, all those calorie-laden snacks can seriously derail your diet. In a 2014 study published in PLOS ONE, researchers from Cornell University tracked the grocery shopping habits of 207 households over the course of 37 weeks, and found that total per-serving calories purchased during the week of the Super Bowl spiked to over 6,000—more than the week of Thanksgiving. Luckily, it is possible to keep your snack table relatively nutritious without sacrificing the…

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Why cheap food is (sometimes) healthier than you think

SOME HEALTH FOODS—LIKE certain organic and gluten-free products—are worth their higher price tags since they pack unique benefits or are made under stringent product guidelines. For example, USDA “Certified Organic” chicken is pricier (but definitely well worth the cost) than your average poultry because it’s ethically raised and antiobitic-free. But take a protein bar, for example—how does the average person (or even a super fit, health-conscious guy such as yourself) determine which bar will serve them best in terms of general nutritional value? The answer, it turns out, is price….

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