Tagged as Almonds

Cutting back on dairy? You can skip cheese, milk, and yogurt and still get enough calcium.  Greens, beans, nuts, fish, and fruit are all calcium-rich and power-packed with fiber and other nutrients. According to the Mayo Clinic, women need about 1,000 mg of calcium daily during the ages of 19-50; 1200 mg per day at 51 and older. For men, their bodies need about 1,000 mg of calcium daily from the ages...
May 26, 2020
The idea of eating to suppress appetite is more than a little appealing, and it makes sense. Of course, when you think about it, we do in fact eat to remove hunger. That sounds like an oversimplification but sometimes keeping it simple works out for the best. Since many people reach out to food in times of stress, anxiety and depression, sometimes we do have to make sure we are eating to fully satisfy...
November 29, 2019
To get clear skin and thick hair, you need to look beyond creams and conditioners. While these topical treatments can help, healthy skin and hair start from within, with the nutrients you consume. Making certain foods a part of your diet can improve skin and hair health. In addition to a healthy balanced diet, there are certain foods that can do wonders for your skin and hair. Keep reading to find...
August 28, 2019
Nuts are a nutritious snack to help us make it to the next meal. A handful is meant to do the trick, but reaching for more is a common occurrence. Depending on the type, these crunchy nibbles are filled with heart healthy ingredients and even omega-3 fatty acids. They also have fiber, vitamins, minerals, and protein. Problem is that this good becomes bad when the calories and fat start to add up because...
November 7, 2018
With heart disease being the world's leading cause of death, accounting for more than - 25% of all deaths - , everyone should reevaluate their diet. Eating the wrong foods could increase your cholesterol and blood pressure levels, thereby paving the way for heart disease. However, eating more of the following 7 foods will have the opposite effect and will help promote a healthy heart. #1) Almonds -...
October 31, 2018