3 Top Reasons To Give Quinoa a Try

It’s pronounced KEEN-wah and this tiny seed offers a great alternative to rice, bulgur, barley and couscous. It’s long been a staple food in South America, especially in Bolivia, Peru and Chile. In more recent years, quinoa has become popular in the US and in the UK as an alternative to grains. Here are three reasons you should give it a try.

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How Much Fruit is Too Much of a Good Thing?

Fruit has sugar and it’s common sense that too much sugar is not good. So it’s logical to conclude that too much fruit is not good for you. In fact, some doctors suggest that fruit should be limited to 2-3 servings a day and warn that eating more than that can raise triglycerides and cause liver damage, due to the fructose.

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6 Steps To Developing A Healthy Habit

Whatever health-related habit you’d like to adopt, psychologist James Prochaska’s research can help. Prochaska’s father died from alcoholism, motivating him to research whether there was a way people can learn how to break bad habits and introduce new, healthier ones.

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Two Surprising Tricks to Prevent Overeating

In your mind’s eye, see yourself eating lunch during a typical workday. Chances are you’ve grabbed something quick and are eating in between distractions. You might even be eating at your desk while answering emails or responding to Facebook messages.

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Five Good Reasons To Exercise

Many people associate exercise with weight loss, but there are lots of other health benefits you can get from moving your body regularly. Here are five of them.

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Why You Should Make Some Flax Crackers Today

Flax crackers are an amazing thing to have in your kitchen. They are incredible versatile, easy to make, vegan, sugar free and gluten free. The base of the crackers is made from ground flax seeds and water.

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Purposeful Inefficiency

You don’t have to be a gym rat to add movement into your day.
This article talks about 24 ways to exercise without the gym. There are some obvious suggestions here, like outdoor activities that count as exercise.

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