The Mediterranean Diet – A Voyage to Good Health

Posted by Alexander on April 13th, 2015 (Uncategorized)

Research has shown that the traditional Mediterranean-style diet reduces the risk of heart disease, overall mortality, cardiovascular mortality, cancer and cancer mortality, and the incidence of Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease. A plant-based diet A Mediterranean-style diet describes a plant-based diet, with about 15% of calories from protein and approximately 30%–35% of calories from healthy […]

Eating Out The Healthy Way

Posted by Alexander on December 17th, 2014 (Uncategorized)

While people are trying to become more health conscious when eating out, many restaurant meals are higher in calories than home-cooked versions. These tips can help you make quick, healthy decisions when eating out, which will allow you to enjoy your food without excess calories Choosing the restaurant • Choose restaurants that offer healthy options, […]

How to keep active during winter

Posted by Alexander on June 29th, 2014 (Health, Uncategorized)

As soon as the first cool breeze passes for the year, the first few signs that winter is soon about, we all try to hibernate. Waking up later, driving or using taxis instead of walking to our destination to avoid the cold air and at times the rain. To top it all off, day light […]

Reduce Yout Risk of Dementia And Chronic Disease With The Mediterranean Diet

Posted by Lynda on June 13th, 2014 (Uncategorized)

So from a dietary perspective what can we do to reduce our risk of dementia or at least slow down the rate of decline? Scientific research  including a recent article in the Journal of the American Medical Association showed that following a “Mediterranean Diet’ offered protective effects against cognitive decline in older individuals  because it […]

Reducing Inflammation The Natural Way

Posted by Lynda on May 26th, 2014 (Uncategorized)

Arthritis, diabetes, obesity and cancer are classified as inflammatory conditions. Including certain foods and limiting others can help you to better manage or prevent these conditions. What can you do? Maintain a healthy weight appropriate for your height A BMI between 18.5 – 25 is considered a normal weight range. The size of your waist […]

We all know we shouldn’t eat too much sugar but do we really need to give it up completely?

Posted by Alexander on February 20th, 2014 (Diet, Good Foods, Health, Nutrition, Uncategorized)

Sugar has been blamed for a worldwide obesity epidemic. Weight gain is caused by eating more energy (or kilojoules) than is used up in physical activity. So to achieve and maintain a healthy weight, the focus needs to be on eating fewer kilojoules (including watching portion sizes) and moving more. Studies have shown that a […]

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