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Fish In The Diet May Prevent Kidney Disease

July 22, 2013


 A British study found that eating  fish twice a week can prevent kidney disease.  Nutritional experts also recommend two servings per week for healthy eating. For the study, researchers analysed 22,000 adults including 517 diabetics.  Using a dietary and lifestyle questionnaire participants were asked about their fish consumption habits. The Result: –The researchers found that people with diabetes […]

Starting On A Weight Loss Diet

March 17, 2013


Preparing to go on a weight loss diet is an important step in your weight loss journey. You should prepare as you would for any important event. Just placing yourself on a weight loss diet wouldn’t do it.There are certain steps that must be taken to ensure success and long-term commitment. Start by assessing your weight health, […]

Eating To Lose Weight

February 24, 2013


You decided to lose some weight and you know that what you eat affects your weight.  The first thing that comes to mind is eating less food, so you start by cutting down on the amount of food you eat. The risks involved with this approach to starting a weight loss diet are: 1- An […]

Combining Diet and Exercise For Successful Weight Loss

January 23, 2013


Do you know someone who tried to manage weight gain by watching his/her food intake?  It is sometimes referred to as dieting. Do you know of someone who tried to lose weight through exercise? Neither approach to losing weight is wrong, but one approach will not do it. Diet and exercise must be combined for […]

Avoiding Processed Foods

July 17, 2012


At the main stream markets it can be difficult to avoid processed food. One way is to shop for whole food at a health food store. A health store; however, may not be accessible and shopping there can be costly. For healthy eating, fresh vegetables and fruit are at the top of the list. Canned […]

Testing Your Healthy Eating Knowledge

December 19, 2011


Have you ever taken the time to assess your plate, grocery shopping bag or pantry shelves? Some of your food products may be unhealthy, but which ones. Test your knowledge by watching this video. Watch this video Which of these foods are healthy? If you haven’t a clue, here is the healthy eating guide, you […]

Uncooked Chicken Liver Pate And Food Poisoining

December 7, 2011


If you are catering for parties during the holidays, and are planning to use liver pate , cook the liver well to prevent food poisoining. The Foods Standards Agency (FSA) is reminding caterers to cook poultry liver well to prevent the infection. Uncooked chicken liver pate often served at weddings was linked to food poisoining. […]

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