What to eat to lose weight fast: ‘Avoid the big 3’

Years ago, I wanted to know 'what to eat to lose weight fast'. In my younger days, I was kind of 'vain' about blow drying my hair, what fancy 'stylish' clothes I wore, and how big my stomach was. I didn't want to bend over revealing that dreaded 'plumber's crack' to those standing by. Now, … Continue reading What to eat to lose weight fast: ‘Avoid the big 3’

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Healthy salad recipes you will love!

You don't need a million salad recipes to have an enjoyable salad experience every day. This is because I put just about everything under the sun in my salad, as long as it doesn't come from animal products or refined oil. How I make my salad... 1/2 a bag of butter lettuce Handful of spinach … Continue reading Healthy salad recipes you will love!

What to eat for dinner: Lose weight while you get healthier

Losing weight is as simple as choosing what to eat for dinner. Did you know we may even lose weight while we sleep? You have probably heard an alkaline diet is beneficial over the acidic. I have discovered that alkaline food is better for my health and well-being. From what I understand, from a scale … Continue reading What to eat for dinner: Lose weight while you get healthier

Avoiding metabolic acidosis: How an alkaline diet can make you feel better

The body is at its healthiest when the pH balance is 7.3 to 7.45. Metabolic Acidosis [1 medlineplus.gov] can occur in persons who eat too many highly acidic foods. This is a condition whereby the blood and bodily fluids become too acidic. In this day and age, maintaining the healthiest alkaline/acidic balance may be almost … Continue reading Avoiding metabolic acidosis: How an alkaline diet can make you feel better

Rheumatoid arthritis: Forks and spoons can help cure what’s ailing you

Although, I never did go to a doctor and get a diagnosis, I learned on my own (through studying my symptoms) I likely suffer from bouts of (inflammation) rheumatoid arthritis and gout shortly after I consume the wrong foods. I created my own rheumatoid arthritis diet for vegetarians I abide by. I make sure I … Continue reading Rheumatoid arthritis: Forks and spoons can help cure what’s ailing you

What is quinoa and why it replaces rice (hint: arsenic)

What is quinoa? Pronounced [ˈkēnwä]. It's an alternative to eating wheat products and other grains you might be sensitive to. When you hear the word 'gluten', they are actually referring to grains such as wheat, barley and rye that affect those with celiac disease and have a sensitivity to gluten. Quinoa falls into the classification … Continue reading What is quinoa and why it replaces rice (hint: arsenic)

Longevity: Weight loss and better health eating plant based whole food

If we are not sick and in pain, I think anyone would agree to live forever. I have always been interested in the 'secrets to health and longevity'. When I was young, I always wanted to live to become a centenarian. Most aren't lucky enough to attain that age, yet on this earth there exist … Continue reading Longevity: Weight loss and better health eating plant based whole food

Perfect health diet: You eat all you want

In my opinion, the perfect health diet is how we used to eat thousands of years ago. Genetically speaking, we are almost exactly like the great apes. The diet we were made to eat promotes healthy weight loss, provides maximum natural energy, brings better health and longer life. If you look at what chimpanzees eat, … Continue reading Perfect health diet: You eat all you want

Quick weight loss: Why you never need a ‘fad diet’

Quick weight loss can be dangerous to your health. Natural weight loss, is best. You know, all those fad diets you see on the internet and TV? They talk a good story. But, personally, I wouldn't trust them. I found through my own experience it's better to lose weight slower over time than lose extreme … Continue reading Quick weight loss: Why you never need a ‘fad diet’

Why a 1200 calorie diet may make you gain weight!

A '1200 calorie diet' is not enough for some of us. For example, I need about 2000 a day while my wife needs 1800. But, 1200 calories per day might be OK for you. Many Americans take in 3,000 calories a day, even more. Who needs that much? Athletes? Healthy weight loss depends upon how … Continue reading Why a 1200 calorie diet may make you gain weight!