3 Toxic Foods To Avoid At All Costs!

One of my favorite health and wellness quotes is this one by Heather Morgan: “every time you eat and drink, you are either feeding disease or fighting it.” And I never get tired of briefly meditating on this truth. Some foods we consider healthy, actually are toxic to our bodies either because we don’t really…

5 Tips to Improve Your Emotional Health

Whenever you hear the word detox, is emotional health the first thing that comes to mind? Surely not. At least not normally. Instead, we tend to think of a glass of green yucky vegetable smoothie that is within a few hours of struggling to drink it, is going  to keep us locked up in the…

3 Crucial Truths About Drinking Water

Let me just say right off that I am very much aware of the fact that this topic is extremely controversial. Everybody, including experts, have an opinion when it comes to how much water we should be drinking. In this article, I intend to present and debunk some common myths surrounding recommendations for drinking water…

3 Simple Ways To Get More Energy Naturally

With so much to do around the house, numerous business and other professional commitments, it sometimes seems like everyone you know needs not only a  personal assistant but also twenty four plus hours in one day just to complete all necessary tasks and get enough sleeping time at night. It may sometimes feel like at…

A Biblically-Based Diet

When was the last time last time you fasted? When was the last time you abstained from food and other life pleasures in order to create an impact in your mind, body and spirit? Some people do dry fasts where you do not eat or drink anything for a specified period of time. Others may…

The Importance of the ‘Rainbow Diet’

Many people associate eating healthy with eating boring and tasteless green vegetables. The idea of just biting and chewing an apple a day to keep the doctor away is hardly exciting enough to keep many of us interested in eating these fruits and vegetables for our own benefits. The revolutionary idea of “eating a rainbow”…

Three Healthier Substitutes For Sugar!

How many packets of sugar do you usually take in your morning coffee or tea? How about in your afternoon or evening drink? Why should you find alternatives for regular sugar? Simple. Sugar is bad for you. The American Heart Association recommends no more than 6 teaspoons (25 grams) of added sugar per day for…

5 Easy Ways To Naturally Lower Your Blood Pressure

When was the last time you measured your blood pressure? Do you know your numbers? According to the World Health Organization, high blood pressure affects 1.13 billion people worldwide. In November of 2018, the American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association released new national blood pressure guidelines. The definition for high blood pressure…

My TOP Three Favorite SUPERFOODS

So what are superfoods and why are so many people talking about them? How does a particular food meet the criteria to be called one? Who sets the standards? Well, a juicy hamburger, sweet drink and french fries from a fast food joint can give you a very short spike in energy and then send…

Why Alcohol May Be the Reason You’re Not Losing Weight

Have you ever heard the term “beer belly”? Without getting into detailed science information regarding what the body does with alcohol once you drink it, there are a lot of studies showing that there is a very close link between drinking alcohol (especially with heavy drinkers) and weight gain. According to science, mild to moderate…

Why Am I Always Hungry?

When you become aware of the fact that you are constantly eating without any control, it is outright frightening. No food or drink ever seems to keep you satisfied or stops you from constantly chewing and swallowing. Most of us at some points of our lives have been there. What could be some of the…

5 Creative Ways to Add Veggies Your Meals

Regardless of how old you are or  which part of the world you find yourself in, if you were to describe your relationship with vegetables, you would most likely use one or more of the following adjectives: heavenly, painful, manageable, interesting, etc. Was I close? You see, growing up, i never liked vegetables. I would…