Years ago, I started tracking the CDC's (Center for Disease Control) now popular obesity tracking system. It's pretty impressive, (not a in a good) way, to see what's actually happening with the weight of the nation in the US on a state by state basis, with respect to obesity, but even more specifically, fruit and … Continue Reading!
Tag: Nutrient Rich Foods
Eating nutrient rich for as little as six weeks can reverse disease, help you to lose weight naturally, and even help you to live longer – and better. Nutrient-rich healthy eating is naturally lower in calories than most other styles of eating, particularly, when you optimize you diet for nutrient density, and that’s much easier … Continue Reading!
This video is just so engaging around the idea of eating as organic as possible. It's one thing to say "eat organic", because conventionally grown foods have toxic pesticides and herbicides used in their production, or injected hormones in the case of agrifactory raised animal foods, but it's another thing to "witness" the difference as … Continue Reading!
?? The 10 Healthiest Foods on the Planet. What do you think? Lemons, Broccoli Dark Chocolate Potato Salmon Walnuts Avacado Garlic Spinach Beans Well, to be sure, we'd have to look at the nutrient density of these foods to see of these are THE 10 healthiest foods on the planet, but I know from experience they are not. Don't get me wrong, these are 10 very nutrient rich … Continue Reading!
So here's an article that seems so unsuspectingly a great benefit to you. It's talking about eating more "Nutrient-Rich foods", when the reality is, while it is sending a great message about nutrient rich foods up front, it's a Trojan horse for nutrient poor foods, and could give you a heart attack! "Nutrient-Rich" Foods I keep hearing … Continue Reading!
Last night over 500 people descended on the Sunrise Theater in New York City to see the NY Premier of Forks Over Knives, the new movie that is inspiring audiences all over the US and abroad to consider, if not make the switch to a whole foods, plant based, nutrient rich diet. At the Premier, … Continue Reading!
“Nutrient Rich” Holidays Do you find it difficult to eat healthy during the holidays? If so, you are not alone. Most people want to eat better, but they are simply swamped with great tasting foods served with love, that are unfortunately, poor in nutrients and often times junk. They “give in” for good reasons and are forced … Continue Reading!
Nutrient-rich, low-calorie foods can enhance your wellness and support healthy, long-term weight management. According to the Mayo Clinic, a diet based upon foods rich in nutrients, fiber and/or water, yet relatively sparse in calories, can allow you to eat more food volume while ingesting fewer overall calories. For best results, aim for a variety of nutrient-rich, low-calorie foods and modest portions of denser foods, such as nuts, seeds and plant-based oils. Continue Reading!
The interesting thing about the list of nutrient rich foods is that the list is larger than any other class of foods. When creating your nutrient rich foods and shopping list you want to choose from the five first class food categories 80-90% of the time or more and then focus on eating great tasting nutrient rich foods, making great tasting meals and menus from these foods. Continue Reading!
What's nutrient-rich eating? Just consider a 100 Calorie Pack of Hostess Twinkie Bites. Sure, it only contains 100 calories, 2.5 grams fat, 1 gram saturated fat and 160 milligrams of sodium in three tiny cakes, but what kind of nutritional reward do you get for that 100-calorie investment? Continue Reading!