Lifestyles-Today.Network Canadian News ,Sports Business &Technology The Myth of Low-Calorie Dieting for Weight Loss Exposed (NaturalNews) Anyone who has tried to lose weight has heard the age-old formula: eat less, exercise more. This is intended to create a calorie deficit,…
Carbohydrates have a bad reputation as far as weight loss is concerned, and “good carb” foods are rarely mentioned. The phrase “bad carbs” or “bad white foods” is more commonly used by health and fitness professionals because of the high glycemic index contained in some of these foods. We are often told never to eat “white foods.”
This may not be such a wise statement if we take a closer look at white foods. White bread and refined sugar are unquestionably two of the most unhealthy foods we could eat, but there are some white foods which we should be including in our diets!
Colorful fruits and vegetables have a great reputation, and rightly so, because of the powerful antioxidants they contain. But there are also some white foods that contain invaluable nutrients that aren’t found in many other foods. Continue reading
The saying goes: “Good food tastes bad and Bad food tastes good” Even though all of us know this saying, we still end up consuming a lot of bad food. These junk foods are generally very high in calories and are not good for the health at all. To avoid making these mistakes, it is vital for us to…
There are countless teas now being advertised on the internet as weight loss aids. This puzzles me because I grew up in England where most of us are “tea-bellies”. So if tea is now a proclaimed weight loss miracle, how come we Brits aren’t all as thin as rakes?
Britain’s most popular tea is black, of which there are dozens of different varieties. Many people add milk to their tea, and some like it with sugar too. Maybe this explains why this nation of tea drinkers isn’t, in general, underweight. We also need to take into consideration the fact that some folks even drink their tea with a biscuit (cookie), and from experience I know that dunking your biscuit in your tea can be quite habit-forming!