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Mindful Eating: What is it? How to practice it

Mindfulness means focusing on the present moment. Mindful eating means being fully attentive to the food you eat. It allows you to become aware of the positive and nurture opportunities that are available through food selection.  There are a variety of approaches to mindful eating. The simplest method is learning to pay attention to what…

Low Energy Levels: 3 Food Items You Should Avoid Eating

Most of us are currently working from home and this can lead to a string of health issues including low energy levels. If you are always feeling tired and fatigued, then it is about time that you reconsidered your diet choices. There are some food items that you should consider avoiding if you are facing…

Are you getting sufficient vitamins from your diet?

We all might have heard a lot about eating food filled with vitamins and nutrients. But most of us have doubts on whether we are getting the sufficient vitamins or not. In most of our cases, we only notice vitamin deficiency once we start facing the impact of lack of vitamins. There are different kinds…

Here are the Benefits of Having a Healthy Breakfast

We all might have heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It is also mentioned that skipping breakfast is very unhealthy. We might even have preached this to your friends and children. Now let’s just go a little deep and know why eating a healthy breakfast is important. It is good…

What is a Coffee Diet? Everything you need to know

The Coffee diet involves drinking a minimum of three cups of caffeinated or decaffeinated coffee every day. If drinking three cups of coffee every day interests you, then this diet is for you.  The Coffee diet was developed by Dr. Bob Arnot. He has purportedly claimed that drinking coffee several times every day can decrease…

How eating a late dinner can impact your weight

If you are looking to shed some pounds, then eating a later dinner might be the last thing you would want to do. In a study published in the Endocrine Society’s Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, it was noted that eating your dinner late can contribute to high blood sugar and weight gain. This,…

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