Published at Sunday, July 21st 2019, 12:34:18 PM by St1ffM. Health News.
One way to transition to a vegetarian diet is to gradually reduce the meat in your diet while increasing fruits and vegetables. Here are a couple of tips to help you get started:Ramp up. Each week increase the number of meatless meals you already enjoy, such as spaghetti with tomato sauce or vegetable stir-fry. Find ways to include greens, such as spinach, kale, Swiss chard, and collards, in your daily meals.Substitute. Take favorite recipes and try them without meat. For example, make vegetarian chili by leaving out the ground beef and adding an extra can of black beans. Or make fajitas using extra-firm tofu rather than chicken. You may be surprised to find that many dishes require only simple substitutions.Branch out. Check the internet for vegetarian menus. Buy or borrow vegetarian cookbooks. Check out ethnic restaurants to sample new vegetarian cuisines. The more variety you bring to your vegetarian diet, the more likely you'll be to meet all your nutritional needs.
Published at Thursday, July 11th 2019, 12:00:50 PM by St1ffM. Health News.
Adding “superfoods” into your life is fine, but they won’t undo or balance out the less healthy aspects of your diet or even make what you eat any “healthier.” So-called superfoods like matcha, turmeric, maca, cacao nibs, and all the others are surely delicious and have their place in a healthy diet, but they don’t have quasi-magical properties that aid longevity or optimize your health. So, eat your potato chips fried in coconut oil, but remember: they’re still chips. My point is when making choices to optimize the healthfulness of your diet, adding in tiny amounts of ingredients, seasonings, and toppings here and there won’t make as much of an impact as, for example, eating less sodium or eating more vegetables. That’s not a reason to not eat that stuff, it’s just a reason to disregard any advice that eating more of it will do something for your health.
Published at Sunday, July 21st 2019, 13:03:31 PM by St1ffM. Health News.
You're drinking too many calories
Published at Tuesday, July 02nd 2019, 11:47:09 AM. Healthy Food By St1ffM.
Per one serving: 205 calories, 24 g protein
Published at Tuesday, July 02nd 2019, 11:46:55 AM. Healthy Food By St1ffM.
Per one serving: 282 calories, 34 g protein
Published at Tuesday, July 02nd 2019, 11:41:32 AM. Healthy Food By St1ffM.
Per one serving: 230 calories, 15 g protein
Published at Friday, June 21st 2019, 11:28:49 AM. Healthy Food By St1ffM.
26.Coconut-Cranberry Protein Bars from Lexi's Clean Kitchen
Published at Friday, June 21st 2019, 11:27:37 AM. Healthy Food By St1ffM.
Per one serving: 25 grams of protein
Published at Friday, June 21st 2019, 11:23:52 AM. Healthy Food By St1ffM.
Even if you don't think you're a green smoothie person, this easy blend might be the one that changes your mind.
Published at Friday, June 21st 2019, 11:22:10 AM. Healthy Food By St1ffM.
I'll be the first to admit that eggs are awesome—they're inexpensive, versatile, protein-packed, and so, so quick. That said, it's a little boring to eat eggs every single day of the week. If you're sick of just plain eggs, you can add them to oatmeal, use them for easy French toast, or combine them with Greek yogurt and oats (or flour) for amped-up pancakes. If you're avoiding eggs altogether, Greek yogurt, cottage cheese, tofu, or chia seeds are some high-protein alternatives that make for great breakfasts. Some of these recipes are great for eating on-the-go, while others are perfect for a relaxed weekend brunch. Many you can make ahead of time, which means your mornings will be easier than ever!