The reason most of us are concerned with diet is for weight loss. We count calories, ignoring the purpose of food consumption: nutrition. Genes in our cells determine the hereditary aspects of life, including susceptibility to disease. Environmental factors, such as diet and lifestyle modify genetic patterns.
Entries Tagged as 'Weight Loss Diet'
October 3rd, 2011 · Comments Off
August 18th, 2011 · Comments Off
Your best friend has gone low carb. Your boss is a Weight Watchers regular. Your mom survives on meal-replacement shakes. Sound familiar? With so many “I swear it works” diets, deciding on one could drive you into a french-fry frenzy. Before you reach for grease relief, dig in to SELF’s last-word report on 13 of [...]
January 18th, 2011 · Comments Off
Question: Hi, my name is Jarry, and I am starting a diet. I just recently bought diet pills. Are they safe and do they work? Thanks for you help, ahead of time for any Information you can provide me with.
June 1st, 2010 · Comments Off
Hamburgers–the nation’s staple for fast food lunches. Of course, there are the vegetarian burgers. But did you know there could be vegan (using no dairy or egg products) hamburgers? I experimented with this and found it to taste similar to the vegetarian burgers, and yet not quite like real burgers–which may or may not be [...]
May 21st, 2010 · Comments Off
continued… For healthy nutrition eat carbohydrates. Minimize or avoid foods with processed, refined sugars such as table sugar, candy and pastries, as well as processed white starches such as pasta, rice and bread. Maximize exposure to unprocessed starches as well as fruits and vegetables. Choose smaller portions to avoid overeating the good choices at meals. [...]
April 15th, 2010 · Comments Off
No matter which weight loss program or diet you practice, you can manage it with a diet journal. Many dieters think that when they put on paper their daily feelings, cravings, troubles, and sins, it helps to lose weight even without calorie restriction.
March 18th, 2010 · Comments Off
The recommended daily allowance for soy proteins is 25 grams. But in the U.S., not many people get that amount, if any. So how are you supposed to get what you need, and what foods, besides tofu, contain soy protein? When it comes to increasing soy protein in the diet, most people just seem to [...]