When you are on a calorie restricted diet–portion control is king. This can be a challenge to keep you from overeating or eating the wrong foods. Here we will explore the way to deal with portion control and what the best ways to deal with it is. What about diets that mail you food? At one point, these diets were all the rave. They are quite convenient and quite easy to deal with. Most people who are very busy or who have families that they cook for will like these prepackaged diet foods. However, they are still expensive and the least healthy option. These prepackaged diet foods have to have at least sodium to keep them preserved. How to make your own frozen dinners for weight loss This is good for those who like to cook. You may have to take a few things into consideration first though. You may Read More
I’ve got good eyes and being able to protect my eyesight is important to me. Bree’s grandmother went entirely blind from macular degeneration, and I can admit that the thought of that scares me. I have glaucoma in my family, too, and that’s just the condition I know about. Bree’s eye doctor recommended that she take a vision supplement because of the fact that macular degeneration is in her family. Since I’m not sure whether or not it’s in mine, too, I’ve decided to protect my eyesight by doing the same thing. I consider this to be my secret weapon. Beyond some of the other things I do to make sure my eyes stay healthy, that’s what brings it all over the top. My Secret Weapon to Protect My Eyesight My choice of supplement to protect my eyesight is VISIPRO 20-20. I like it because it contains vitamin A, vitamin Read More
I was stuck in an extraordinarily long line at Bree’s favorite cafe yesterday when I started wondering about pumpkin health benefits. Sure, a lot of the pumpkin spice lattes don’t contain any of the big orange gourd. But what about the products that do? What about all the desserts, dinner sides, casseroles, and even cocktails that contain real puree.
I’m trying a vegetarian diet. I’ve been doing it for a bit and plan to stick to it pretty strictly for the first month. My goal isn’t to become a vegetarian. Instead, it’s to immerse myself into it so I’m forced to find out what foods I can eat to reach my nutrition goals without eating an animal to get there. To be clear, I’m trying a vegetarian diet, not a vegan one. I’ll still be eating dairy in my normal amounts, plus eggs and honey. Once I’m done this experiment, I also know I’ll definitely go back to eating fish regularly. I haven’t decided whether or not I’ll eat fish in the midst of this experiment or not. I haven’t so far, and at the moment, I’m leaning toward “no”.