Nutrition

20 Jul 19
Anitha's CookBook

Facts: Chutney is a sauce or a dry base for a sauce, originating from the Indian subcontinent, used with the cuisines of the Indian subcontinent, that can include such forms as a spicy coconut dip, a tomato relish, a ground peanut garnish or a dahi (yogurt), cucumber, and mint dip. Coriander chutney goes well with a papadum or chapati. It is suitable for refrigeration and freezes fairly well. It pairs extremely well […]

20 Jul 19
Ron

Been feeling in a workout rut lately🙁 It probably took me 2 hours to get out of the house once I decided to go to the gym yesterday 😅 For most people motivation is not a liner and you will get waves of high and low motivation, but just have to remember to keep going!! […]

20 Jul 19
KRON4
SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) – For years, there’s been confusing debate over whether breast cancer survivors should eat soy. And now that soy is more popular in the American diet, knowing whether to eat it or not is important. Health expert, Karen Owoc, says soy is a good source of nutrition. Soy contains protein, fiber, and isoflavones, as well as other minerals like potassium and calcium. Isoflavones are antioxidants and plant estrogens. They function similarly to estrogen in humans. The increased risk of breast cancer is linked to estrogen. Estrogen is a female sex hormone. Most breast cancers are “estrogen-receptor – positive.” They’re sensitive to estrogen and estrogen causes cancer cells to grow. Karen says this raised rumors that plant estrogens from soy raised the risk for breast cancer but studies found that soy in foods do not contain enough isoflavones to increase the risk of breast cancer. A study found that the average daily intake of soy by: American women: 3.2mg (equates to 1oz soy milk)Shanghai women: 45.9 mg (equates to 2 servings of whole soy) The women who ate the most soy food had a 27% reduced risk Are Soy Supplements a Good Option? The researchers warned that soy supplements are not recommended for reducing the risks of breast cancer because the amount and type of isoflavones in them may differ from actual soy foods. Karen advises avoiding soy supplements. The Takeaway: Stick to eating whole soy foods versus highly processed supplements.
20 Jul 19
Gastography

This recipe came about because of a chance walk-through of a German grocery store, and the bottle of strawberry Nesquick that caught my eye in the UHT/fake milks section. I loved strawberry Nesquick as a kid – it didn’t taste like strawberries, but pink milk was super fun to drink and pretty much the only […]

20 Jul 19
An Inside Story

‘N’ number of weight loss drinks are available on the internet nowadays but, it is really hard to choose a right cup for yourself. What to choose and what not too is important as it will directly affect our diet. No comments as we all knew exercise and diet are 2 essential ingredients for weight […]

20 Jul 19
Moxie & A Broken Throat

In the wise words of Amy Winehouse, “what kind of fuckery is this?” Honestly, I don’t know. It took a few days to comprehend that Graves’ disease was out of remission. I was so certain this was all behind me, I never considered the possibility of dealing with this again. To provide background for those […]

20 Jul 19
Aloe Veritas

The poor Brussel Sprout, small and homely, always gets a bad rap and people assume they don’t amount to much — but how wrong that is! Truthfully, I don’t recall ever even seeing Brussel Sprouts, much less eating them when I was growing up in New Mexico. All I had ever heard about them is […]

20 Jul 19
The United Free

A Pennsylvania school district received backlash after warning parents their children could be removed from their homes and placed into foster care if overdue lunch bills are not paid. The Wyoming Valley West School District in Luzerne County, Pa., said about 1,000 student accounts owe a total amount of more than $20,000 in school lunch debt. Four parents […]

20 Jul 19
Emily Lilly's MSECS Blog

This podcast from Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality (https://inequality.stanford.edu/publications/media/details/podcast-refashioning-income-supports-children-poverty) contains very interesting research findings. Greg Duncan performed many different research studies and found that children that live in poverty the first five years of their life have been proven to struggle later in life. He stresses that the first five years makes all the […]

20 Jul 19
Männer Sonnenbrillen

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20 Jul 19
myorganicproducts

Study suggest further research is Organic product Online required to confirm the findings about the hyperlink WHY May offer protection from cancer and ailments from both providing more nutrition–such as high levels of polyphenols (anti-cancer and -disease chemicals )–and reducing exposure to pesticides. Not only is a nutritious diet crucial for feeling happy and well […]

20 Jul 19
Meghan Thomson Personal Training

I would say that the majority of my personal training clients train with me for fat loss as their main goal in mind. However often people get mixed up and confused about fat loss and weight loss, people often ask the differences between the two. So we all weight a certain number on the scales, […]

20 Jul 19
Chronicles of a Military Wife

In my early adult years, I was not much into fitness. Shortly after moving to New York, a friend of mine introduced me to Martial Arts. It took a few invites for me to actually go and try a free class.  About 10 minutes into the class I fell in love with it. I was […]