The modern lifestyle often means subjecting your liver to all kinds of punishment, whether it’s through alcohol, over eating or eating processed foods.
Luckily there are also many natural foods which stimulate the liver’s natural ability to process toxic materials and cleanse both itself and the rest of your system.
These foods should be a regular part of your diet, but they can also be incorporated into detox drinks and are particularly important when you’re trying to cleanse your body of leftover toxins.
You should try to incorporate at least three of these foods into your meal plan each week and perform at least one proper liver cleanse (focusing only on water and liver-friendly foods) per year. Continue reading
Do you feel the constant urge to snack? Do you overeat on a regular basis without really thinking about it? Are you considering buying appetite suppressants to help you lose weight?
If this sounds familiar, stop right now. The truth is that appetite suppressant pills can cause several health problems. Many of the methods they use to suppress your appetite are highly suspect and if they’re too strong you can end up eating so little that you have a whole new batch of health problems.
The vegetarian or vegan diet is a popular fad today as you can see various fitness tips around it.
For many people, it’s not only about nutrition, but also about supporting the humane treatment of animals.
For thousands of years, quinoa has been around and is a grain rich of high-protein. Having its origin in South America, it has been nicknamed ‘the wonder grian’. Some also called it the miracle food. Virtually foolproof, quinoa is more nutritious, lighter than other grains and cooks faster than rice.