Who actually understands what process food is?
Well the internet says it’s all bad for us… right?
However, if I told you milk was a process food how would you react?
Yes, it should be healthy. But it’s processed.
So what does processed food mean?
Is it all bad?
And is it really the reason we are fat?
Everyone tries to claim therir product is healthy.
Yet in a world where we are constantly getting fatter and obesity is on the rise, how can all these foods be healthy?
Even the foods you expect to be good for us aren't always the real deal.
There are lots of easily confused health foods, where 'healthy' actually means bad.
I'm going to show you 3 of them in this post, to help you make changes to your diet which will improve your health, along with your waistline.
We've all heard that "you are what you eat"
But did you know that what you eat affects your mind too?
Does our diet link to depression?
Can stress cause us to crave sugar?
The food you eat could be affecting your mood and the way you think.
Healthy eating could be a cure for depression.
Learn how you can improve your mood, energy levels, health and mind through eating good quality nutritious foods and removing the junk.
Do you understand what calories are?
We hear about calories everywhere. Social media and the news are constantly talking about calories. Whether it be eating too many or foods being too high in them, lots of people are talking about calories.
But what are they? And more importantly, how do they affect us?
In this post I'll go through what calories are, where they come from, foods we should be eating and how many calories we need to be eating.
Learn in an easy way how understanding calories can aid your weight loss.
Everyone enjoys an ice cold can of fizzy pop on a hot summers day, a hot brew on a cold morning or fruit juice our breakfast.
Yet how do these drinks affect us when we are watching what we eat? So, while we are eating healthy, home-made meals we may not notice that we are drinking our way through the same number of calories as a bar of chocolate or big bag of crisps.
It is easy to have a drink with our meal but do we notice that this is adding extra calories to our diets and we don't compensate for it like we would if we ate more food.