Tag Archives: natural food

The Reese Witherspoon Diet Is All About Healthy Living

July 31, 2010

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When you look at Reese Witherspoon you won’t believe that she actually is the mother of two children. She just looks fabulous. So how exactly does Reese Witherspoon keep her figure? Reese Witherspoon diet is based on the 5 factor diet. She gets to eat lots of fresh fruits, vegetables and fish. She also eats […]

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The Best Diet Food is Healthy Natural Food

July 13, 2010

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If food is your best friend, it’s also your worst enemy.~Edward “Grandpa” Jones Food can be your greatest ally or worse enemy. It can help you lose weight and be healthy, or make you fat and mega unhealthy. That is why it is very important to be very picky and choose when to comes to […]

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How to Lose Weight Naturally: the natural way to lose weight

February 22, 2010

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When it comes to losing weight, everybody would do anything to get rid of those unwanted pounds: medication, starvation, surgery, powders and shakes instead of food, tea and “miracle” weight loss pills. And if possible, this process should happen in a very short time; otherwise the method is not good and we pass to the […]

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Foods and Their Nutritional Value: the nutrition value food chart

August 11, 2009

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It is said that to be in top shape you should eat 1-1.5 grams of proteins because they will stimulate your metabolism. You should also eat 40-50 grams of fats daily and 120-140 grams of carbohydrates. That way you will be full of energy all day long. Here is a chart of foods and their […]

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High Energy Food Secrets: get more energy from your food

August 9, 2009

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If you feel tired at the end of the day, lacking energy you should eat more high energy foods. Drinking a glass of red wine and eating a piece of chocolate won’t cut it. If you feel drained at the end of the day read on to find out how you can squeeze more energy […]

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How to Get Rid Of Tiredness with the Help of Healthy Food

July 7, 2009

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Are you feeling tired? The natural causes of tiredness are the lack of sleep, stress, overworking, the lack of movement, eating the wrong foods and even some diseases can make you tired. Some of the diseases that could make you tired might never be discovered or noticed by you. The symptoms of tiredness are: a […]

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Broccoli and Cabbage are Fabulous for Your Immune System

July 2, 2009

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Some vegetables are anti-cancerous. Broccoli and cabbage produce while it is chewed and in the digestion process substances that can stop the growth of some cancerous cells. The scientists from Berkeley advise you eat more frequently broccoli and other similar vegetables because they strengthen your immune system. If your body has a strong protective shield […]

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Yogurt Health Benefits: the nutrition value of yogurt

July 2, 2009

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Everybody should eat at least two times per week yogurt. I am talking about classic yogurt, no fruits or other stuff added to it. If it’s low fat the better. Yogurt is a food that brings to your body lots of healthy benefits, improving your general health. Anybody, anywhere can eat yogurt. It is tasty […]

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Recharge Your Batteries by Eating Energy Packed Foods

June 23, 2009

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If you feel a lack of energy then you need to recharge your batteries. One great, fast and easy way to recharge your batteries is by eating food that helps replenish your energy. There are true energy bomb foods that blast a wave of energy in your body. Your brain and body gets nourished and […]

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Stop Eating White Bread to Get Healthier

June 4, 2009

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5 slices of white bread can be too much. A study realized by the International Journal of Cancer shows that white bread eaters have a greater chance of getting cancer. It seems that high quantities of glucose in your blood stream can lead to the apparition of cancerous cells and stimulate their development. Processes foods […]

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