Eggs have had a bad rap for a long time (particularly the yolk).
That’s because the yolk of an egg happens to contain quite a bit of cholesterol…which is why so many people have started opting for “egg white omelets” instead.
But more recent studies are indicating that we’ve been wrong about eggs all along. Egg yolks may contain cholesterol, but they also contain special compounds that actually work to dissolve cholesterol & move it out of your arteries.
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If you talk to just about any dietician, they’ll have no problem telling you that fish is one of the best sources of lean protein you can get.
This isn’t just a low-calorie & easy-to-digest protein source: it’s also full of essential vitamins and nutrients, like Omega-3 Fatty Acids.
Continue reading Toxic fish? Here’s how you can avoid them.
A big mistake that a lot of people make when they’re trying to lose weight is cutting carbs.
The reason people make this mistake is simple: it works… or at least, it does for the first week.
You see, your body needs carbohydrates for fuel. When it doesn’t have this fuel it turns to your body’s energy stores. And since it’s easier to get energy by breaking down muscle rather than fat, it’s only a matter of time before your body starts converting your biceps for energy.
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How to super-charge your salad with super greens.
Salads and health are synonymous in today’s world. Millions of people turn to a bowl of green when looking to shed a few pounds or when searching for something light, but what many don’t know is that lettuce is mediocre from a nutrient standpoint. Super greens such as kale and arugula can supercharge your salad, providing you with a high level of nutrients in very few calories.
Continue reading Five Low-Calorie Super Greens That Your Salad Is Missing