It’s hard to look for the right green powder for you, and there’s just so many on the market nowadays that it’s overwhelming to sieve through all of them! You’re probably one of the millions who DO NOT get enough fruits and vegetables and want to take the first step to change your life. Don’t worry, […]
Fat and Health
Nutrition advice has long suggested that eating fat contributes to weight gain, which has led to a strong focus on low-fat foods, along with excess carbohydrate and sugar intake. Yet, the relationship between fat and weight isn't nearly as obvious as many people assume. Instead, research suggests that fat isn't inherently unhealthy and doesn't contribute to heart disease risk.
The posts in this category consider various aspects of the discussion of fat and health. Ketosis and low-carb diets also offer ways for people to rely more on fat and potentially lose weight in the process.
There was a time, not too long ago, when skipping breakfast was similar to committing a dietary sin. Still, new evidence came to light showing that breakfast is not that necessary, especially if it contains sugary cereals, pancakes, or muffins (as many of us like to enjoy). Moreover, it turns out that there are other ways […]
Fat is a valuable and powerful tool that helps to promote brain health and improve cognition. At the same time, it is significant for a healthy diet and even for weight loss. In this post, we take a look at the science behind this concept and why it is so relevant.
Monounsaturated fatty acids are a critical way to improve health and oleic acid is a key example. In this post, we show you the best foods that contain oleic acid, along with the health benefits that they offer.
Butter has long been demonized in society, as something that we shouldn’t eat because of its implications for health. But, as we are learning more about fat, heart disease and health, it’s becoming clear that the relationships aren’t as simple as we once thought.