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The Caveman Diet: Exactly What Is The Paleo Diet?

Posted 02.08.2013 in Articles by Christopher

Modern lifestyles don't leave much time for chasing prey or foraging for fruits and vegetables, but our bodies are biologically designed for the nutrition of our cavemen ancestors. That is the premise behind the Paleolithic or “Paleo” diet - if a caveman didn't eat it a modern human shouldn't either. Some of the claimed benefits include reduced risk of cardiovascular disease, blood pressure, diabetes, hypertension and obesity. So what exactly is the Paleolithic diet you ask?

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In defense of Junk Food

Posted 02.08.2013 in Articles by Christopher

With all the pressures of modern life, it's easy to succumb to the ready temptations of fast food when meal time rolls around and you have little time and less money to grab a bite to eat. Whether or not you have a twinge of guilt as you pull through the drive through or order at the counter, you know that your diet choices have a direct influence on your health and well-being. Here are a few alternatives to standard junk food that qualify as healthy food, served fast.

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Potassium rich foods: the secret to high energy food

Posted 02.08.2013 in Articles by Christopher

There are many products on the market touting how they will give either the most or the longest-lasting energy, but in reality a long-lasting energy source isn’t found in a can or a bottle. Rather, your produce section is the best place to find your personal fuel. Fruit and vegetables including bananas, artichokes, avocados, oranges, spinach, and tomatoes are high in potassium. Potassium is a mineral and an electrolyte that is imperative to regulate the body’s PH levels and help with many other bodily functions including regulating blood flow and helps proper cellular function.

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Trying a raw food diet? Find easy raw food recipes

Posted 02.08.2013 in Articles by Christopher

People on a raw food diet know that it isn't just chopped vegetables, but preparing a tasty nutritious dish with visual appeal rivaling an entree that's been prepared in oven or on stove can take a while. Because many dishes require dehydration, preparation can require a few hours. We've searched and found several recipes that deliver the goods without requiring an afternoon to prepare.

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USDA organic: know more about certified organic food

Posted 02.08.2013 in Articles by Christopher

Many people eat organic food under the assumption that it has greater health and environmental benefits than food produced through conventional means. But when you're standing in the produce section looking at two bananas, one costing 67 cents/lb. and the other, an organic costing 99cents/lb. it's a fair question to ask if eating organic food is really better for you and is it worth the extra cost?

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