Except, of course, it’s not simple. If it was, the Dukan Diet wouldn’t even exist. People overeat for lots of different reasons: emotional reasons, stress, lack of energy and often, just a straightforward love of food.
Eating enough but not too much is often key to unlocking easy weight loss. There are several tweaks you can make to your lifestyle that can help you to achieve it, and what’s more, they’re backed by science.
Don’t Get Distracted
If you eat your meals – or snack – while fiddling around with your cellphone …
Nutrition and hydration are important for healthful living, but even more so if you become seriously ill.
Unsurprisingly, many cancer centers are proactively holistic in their therapeutic methodology, encouraging their patients to eat healthily. For example, The Oasis of Hope, an Alternative Cancer Treatment (C-ACT) center in Tijuana, Mexico goes further, giving their patients dedicated nutritional information and recipes, designed to support and aid recovery.
The Oasis of Hope
Dr. Francisco Contreras is a surgeon and eminent oncologist and serves as director and chairman of The Oasis of Hope Hospital. Dr. Contreras has worked hard over a distinguished career to uphold and further the fundamental principles of patient care established by his father, Dr. Ernesto …
The statistics are mind-boggling. While officials and politicians attempt to oscillate between publicly minimizing the risk and attempting to deal with it, more Americans carry on drinking contaminated water.
With its finger firmly on the pulse, Todd Haynes’ film Dark Waters opened just before Thanksgiving. It lays bare the story of a lawyer representing a cattle farmer from Parkersburg, West Virginia; who …
Birth Defects and Contaminated Water: How You Can Prevent It from Happening
What Exactly Is Contaminated Water?
We may imagine contaminated water as a muddy, slimy, green muck that is obviously too dirty to drink. But contaminated water can be as unassumingly clear as clean drinking water, which instills a false sense of security.
Fluoride Water: What It Is and How You Can Avoid It
The Origins of Fluoride Water
Fluoride in water goes back a hundred years to a small village town in the mountains of Colorado. For generations, the children born in that village had brown teeth stains, which baffled everyone coming from the outside.
In 1910, after years of investigations done by scientists and dentists, it was revealed that the stains …