Health Articles: VOL.1
Below is a list of health articles and weight loss articles written by other authors.
All of us need encouragement...It's a product of being a human being. Encouragement is what keeps a person inspired and motivated. I am sure you will agree that maintaining a healthy life style takes motivation.
A great way to staying inspired and motivated is by reading health articles.
The article list below will give you a wealth of information about health! The authors are very passionate about writing and are committed to bringing creative and constructive content to others.
Now, let me be clear. These health articles are not given as medical advice. Please check with a physician if you suspect you are ill. Nevertheless we can glean from these health articles and get practical advice that will enhance our healthy living lifestyle.
HEALTH ARTICLE LIST VOL. 1
1. Substitutes for Butter
By : Paul M. Jerard Jr.
Try some healthy toppings instead of butter or margarine.
2. Fish Oil Benefits - 7 Major Fish Oil Health Benefits
By : David Buster.
Fish oil benefits? You bet! Fish oil health benefits are important and wide-ranging. Proven by numerous clinical studies, fish oil benefits range from brain health to heart health to pregnancy health.
3. How to Substitute Fat in Your Everyday Diet
By : Famoustrainer. Fat is a nutrient that is a contributor to the increasing problem of obesity in the world today. It’s stored in the fat cells of the body. The number of fat cells is estimated to be around 50 billion for the average person. It can be up to 100 billion for the obese person.
4. Eating Correctly Using The Food Groups
By : Nitin Jain.
Eating properly can help keep you healthy and fit. As long as you eat nutritionally your overall life will be more rewarding. Learning to eat nutritionally will keep you fit and usually you will be able to keep the proper weight for your size.
5. Simple food diet nutrition remedies for common health ailments
By : Sandra Kim Leong. There are non-medical remedies that can help with many of today’s most common illnesses and conditions. In fact, making simple changes to your food diet to cure your common cold, acne or constipation problems is a much better choice than resorting to drugs. For one, natural food and diet remedies most often do not give you harmful side-effects that western allopathic medicine can bring.
6. Detox Diet: Juice Fasting
By : Sandra Kim Leong
What can we do to help our ailing body? Try juice fasting, as a safe way to detox! Many studies have been done on the beneficial effects of juice fasting. We can increase our lifespan, treat bio chemical imbalances, reduce our cholesterol levels, treat allergies, acne, etc.
7. Getting The Most Nutritional Value From Fruits And Vegetables
By : Kim Black. You’re eating lots of fruits and vegetables every day, but are you sure you’re getting the most nutritional value from them, and what can you do to improve how many nutrients you are getting. To understand we need to take a deeper look at the trip that fruits and vegetables make to get to your table.
8. High Fiber Food Chart - Top Foods High In Dietary Fiber
By : Olinda Rola.
A high fiber food chart helps you know the foods high in dietary fiber. Adding more foods high in dietary fiber from the high fiber food chart can help you obtain the recommended 25-30 grams of fiber each day. Sufficient daily fiber intake is important, not just because of helping the bowels function, but to provide nutrients to friendly bacteria in the digestive tracts.
9. Basic Meal & Menu Planning
By : Kirsten Hawkins.
As a basis for meals and menu planning, refer to the pyramid information mentioned earlier to make sure you have the basic food requirements met for all family members. Then cross check and plan by looking over basic food categories to target healthy foods to fit the lifestyles and health of everyone. For example, if someone has depression, add some foods mentioned above to his or her dietary plans that aid in the healing and prevention of depression.
10. Dining Out Guide for the Health Conscious Eater
By : Geri Stogsdill.
Did you know the average restaurant meal has over 1,000 calories? That's enough to blow any healthy eating plan. Fortunately, by following a few simple guidelines, you can dine out without having to sacrifice good taste and nutrition.
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