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The struggle to find the perfect diet for weight loss is real. People spend years trying different eating plans only to discover the scale hasn’t moved despite their best efforts. But weight loss seekers often make dieting more complicated than it needs to be. In fact, research has shown that the trick to shedding pounds may be less about finding and following a rigid plan and more about making mindful changes to some basic eating habits. These ideas will help you improve your approach to food consumption so you can lose weight effectively, efficiently, and for good. [Read more]

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You may have heard about the recent health trend of mindful eating. Other than taking time to pay attention to our food, what does it mean to mindfully eat? And what are the benefits? When you mindfully eat, you slow down and pay complete attention to your food with all of your senses. You take the time to notice the texture and smell of the food as well as the taste. Perhaps you even take a moment to appreciate the appearance, or any appealing visual presentation, of your food. In taking this approach, you learn to truly appreciate the food that is placed in front of you. Food becomes an experience rather than just fuel for the body. [Read more]

Working from home can be stressful for several reasons. For one, these are stressful times – and you may not be working from home out of choice. Moreover, the home setup may not be ideal for work for everyone. Under these stressful conditions, you may turn to food for comfort. Secondly, the food is there, the kitchen is there, and no one is judging you for snacking every hour. Unless you take definite measures to control your eating, you might find it difficult not to overeat as you work from home. The following strategies will help you overcome the temptation to eat mindlessly when working from home.  [Read more]

You may want to lose weight or just want to eat healthier in general, but how do you know if you are getting the nutrients you need daily? A good diet begins with enough fruit and vegetables each day. The U.S. Department of Agriculture, or USDA, recommends eating 5 to 9 servings of fruits and vegetables every day. Therefore, the common “5 a day” rule is the bare minimum and the more you eat, the better. Recommendations have changed over the years, but one thing remains constant – that fruit and vegetables prevent disease and prolong life. Experts recommended eating more vegetables than fruits. This is because the sugar content is higher that vegetables in common fruits like apples, oranges, and peaches. [Read more]

Intermittent fasting is thought of primarily as an aid for weight loss. If you’ve tried it, perhaps you’ve lost weight. Intermittent fasting is the voluntary restriction of food over a given time period. There are a lot of ways to do it: eating only every other day, eating normally for five days a week and fasting on the other two, fasting for 16 hours a day and only eating during an eight-hour window, and more. [Read more]

Going to the grocery store can be an overwhelming experience sometimes. The sheer volume of foods on offer can make choosing the right products difficult, especially if you are concerned about your diet, watching your weight or trying to live a healthier lifestyle.
To make matters worse, many grocery stores emphasize their highest margin products, prioritizing convenience foods and processed foods and pushing healthier fare to the margins. But if you know how to shop, you can fill your cart with some amazing and delicious superfoods. Here are seven essential superfoods to stock up on your next trip to the grocery store. [Read more]

Iron is essential to a healthy diet. It plays a key role in transporting oxygen around the body and helps to keep your skin, hair, and nails as healthy as possible. If you have been searching for a way to boost your daily iron intake, all you need to do is add a few of the following items to your cart the next time you go to the grocery store: [Read more]

Many studies have found that a high-fiber diet helps with weight loss or control. One of the main reasons is that fiber-rich foods take longer to digest, meaning your meals keep you fuller for longer. You’re much less likely to reach for a sugary snack after a sudden hunger pang, undoing all your good calorie-counting work in a moment of weakness. [Read more]