In past blog posts, we’ve covered important topics like healthy fats and the best vegan food sources of protein. Now it’s time to examine another pillar of clean eating: examples of foods high in dietary fiber.
If you’ve ever picked a health nut’s brain, you probably know that their “healthy eating” code includes a nutritious breakfast everyday. Of course there are several nutrients necessary for a breakfast to qualify as a “superfood,” but fiber is definitely one of them. In this post, we’ll look specifically at high fiber breakfast foods. You’ll find a variety of easy high fiber recipes, ranging from the simple grab-and-go style to something more time consuming and decadent, like a smoothie/pudding hybrid.
The benefits of hemp seeds are far-reaching, extending to both physical and mental health. Mike and I just recently started adding hemp seeds to our usual homemade coconut milk that we have with our Mu Mu, we have found such an increase in our energy and brain focus that I had to share this with you all!
It’s important to know what cereals to avoid because many aren’t as healthy as they seem. Did you know a widely used weed killer is a popular ingredient in everything from pasta to breakfast cereal?
If you’re like me, then you try to avoid toxins by eating organic foods. So here is a list of breakfast cereals that may have a toxic “tag-a-long” ingredient on board.
What are we talking about? In a word, glyphosate.
In reality, there are oodles of muesli benefits. This homemade cereal is good for weight loss, keeps you feeling full and energized long after you eat it, and it helps curb those pesky (and dangerous) refined sugar cravings. It’s also a much healthier alternative to granola!
Dates are one of nature’s best kept secrets; they’re deliciously sweet, flavorful, and packed full of nutrients. A handful of dried dates by itself makes a great snack, but they’re also quite tasty in creamy yogurt parfaits, oatmeal, muesli, and mixed in with other whole foods. I’ve written this article to clue you in to some major health benefits of eating dates, including basic nutritional advantages, disease prevention, and even how daily consumption can encourage a healthier pregnancy!
Are you ready to supercharge your health through a whole, natural, organic foods diet? Dubbed the “tree of life” in many cultures, the coconut is definitely one of those foods to add to your “must eat” list. In fact, the health benefits of coconut are truly astounding! It’s an incredibly versatile food, so there are many different ways to work it into your diet. It also has amazing benefits for your skin, hair, and body.
What are nonpareil almonds, and why do they matter? You’ll soon have a full understanding of nonpareil almonds, as well as the health benefits of almonds. We’ll also explore healthy almond pasteurization methods versus harmful ones. It’s still hard to believe the kind of chemicals most popular foods come in contact with on a regular basis! Which is exactly why you need to arm yourself with knowledge in order to avoid toxic foods disguised as “health foods.”
When you decide to follow a clean eating plan, it can be difficult. This is because there are so many foods posing as “health foods” that, in reality, pose some serious health risks. Let’s just say that part of eating a healthy diet is educating yourself and creating a mental “Foods to Avoid!” list. However, don’t let this intimate you. Especially if you are new to the whole “clean eating thing.” It is a process, so we’re here to help you. Read on for a list of six common ingredients that you should avoid.
Did you know what you eat impacts more than your weight and physical condition? It affects your emotional well-being too! For many, the term “health” means just the physical well-being but health poses a much larger picture, and your brain plays a vital role in it.