Vegetarian Nutrition

Best/Worst Foods for a Detox

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Best/Worst Foods for a Detox

The best diet for a detox goes back to natural foods. Out goes junk food, packaged, processed and tinned foods and in comes meals freshly prepared and cooked by you. and get your free 20-page eBook on Planning Your Own Detox Diet. Worst Foods for a Detox Diet The worst foods in a detox diet are meat, dairy, wheat, alcohol and caffeine: Meat slows down digestion, clogs up the bowels and helps bacteria to breed in your guts. Milk, cheese and other dairy products are acidic to the body, leading to poor cell function and the slowing down of...

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Best Supplements for a Detox

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Best Supplements for a Detox

Before you start, make sure that a detox diet is right for you. Yes! then go ahead and find out the best supplements for supporting you in your detox. and get your free 20-page eBook on Planning Your Own Detox Diet. Detox Support for your Liver and Bowel The liver and the bowel are the two most important organs in a detox diet. The liver works hard to neutralize the toxins that are circulating in your body. The bowel is the main way to get those nasty toxins out of your body. Milk thistle, choline and inositol are the best nutrients to...

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How To Stick to a Diet

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How To Stick to a Diet

Stay True to Your Diet Planning a diet is easy, but what’s difficult is maintaining that diet. There’s always a tendency that you will go back to your old ways and return to your old, unhealthy, eating habits. Remember all that hard work to lose some weight, and after a few days of eating hastily it’s all back! Follow these simple steps on how you can stick to your diet. Eat in Moderation People often forget the amount of food they eat when watching their favorite TV series like the BBC’s dark and fascinating crime series Luther. If you...

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Natural Detox Diet Explained

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Natural Detox Diet Explained

What is a Natural Detox Diet? A natural detox uses a combination of diet and supplements to activate and support your body’s own cleansing processes. It is the main belief in naturopathy that toxin build-up causes disease and that detoxification allows your body to cure itself. The cleansing process starts by freeing the toxins from within the cells and tissues of your body. The toxins are released into the blood and then filtered through the liver. If your liver is working well, those toxins are neutralized and eliminated from the body...

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Healthy Eating on a Vegetarian Diet

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Healthy Eating on a Vegetarian Diet

Have you thought about giving up meat or just eating less? Going vegetarian is a great step in improving your health and it also helps in the fight against global warming. What’s wrong with meat? Meat is high in saturated fat and animal protein. Most of us know that bad fats in the diet can lead to high cholesterol and increased risk of heart disease. But too much animal protein makes the body more acidic, another factor in heart disease. Vegetarian proteins are much kinder on the body as they do not create acidity. And of course, plant...

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Cutting down on Dairy

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Cutting down on Dairy

It might surprise you, but dairy products are not a good source of calcium. Yes, milk and cheese are high in calcium but they are often eaten in large quantities. That leads to problems of too much calcium in the diet. Dairy products are also high in animal protein and saturated fats. Firstly, eating dairy makes the body more acidic so calcium from our bones is used to counteract this acidity. Osteoporosis or weakened bones is one of the results, which brings increased risk of broken bones and serious complications. Consuming a lot of dairy...

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Why Wheat and Sugar are bad for you

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Why Wheat and Sugar are bad for you

Carbohydrates form the bulk of our diets nowadays as they are cheap, filling and tasty. But most of the carbs we eat are highly refined with little nutritional value. Carbohydrates are a major factor in the obesity epidemic sweeping the world. In many Western diets, wheat and sugar are the main sources of carbohydrate in our diet. The deadly twosome are found in bread, pasta, breakfast cereals, noodles, pizza, cakes and biscuits. Wheat Gluten Wheat gluten is a health issue linked to eating wheat-based foods. It causes serious problems in many...

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Eating a Plant-based, Wholefoods Diet

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Eating a Plant-based, Wholefoods Diet

Eat a plant-based, wholefoods diet for a healthy life and help save the planet too! Yes, fruit and vegetables taste great but they are also a healthy basis for your diet. Nutrition experts  have been telling us for years that a diet based on fruit, vegetables and wholefoods is the best way to good health. If you want to know more, then read the New Optimum Nutrition Bible by Patrick Holford…it really is the bible on good health! Nowadays, many people follow a diet that is poor in nutrition. Two-thirds of their calorie intake comes from...

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