Grazing Versus Set Eating—What You Need to Know

Natalie Buscemi Healthy Living, Men's Health, Nutrition, Testosterone

For decades, dieticians and nutritionists have been encouraging Americans to eat three square meals per day—breakfast, lunch, and dinner—and avoid snacking as a means of losing weight.   But now weight loss experts appear to be changing. Instead of encouraging people …

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What Is the Plant Paradox? Does It Actually Work?

Natalie Buscemi Healthy Living, Nutrition, Weight loss

Of the dozens and dozens of fad diets in the media, none is trendier than the Plant Paradox which—thanks to a very public endorsement from Grammy-award-winning singer Kelly Clarkson—has become the diet across the country. But what is the Plant …

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Is the South Beach Diet Still Legit… or was It just Another Fad?

Natalie Buscemi Nutrition, Weight loss

The South Beach Diet. Without exception, this has been one of the most popular fad diets in the United States in the last 15 years. Created in the early 2000s by Dr. Arthur Agatston, The South Beach Diet is really …

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What is a Fad Diet?

Natalie Buscemi Healthy Living, Nutrition, Weight loss

If you’re an American adult who’s tried to lose weight in the last 30 years, there’s a better than good chance you’ve heard of something called a “fad diet”. Fad diets are diets that get very popular very quickly across …

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The Low FODMAP to Weight Loss

Natalie Buscemi Healthy Living, Nutrition

One of the biggest obstacles to effective weight loss is food sensitivity—it can be incredibly hard to eat the “right things” and have the energy to exercise when the “right things” you’ve been trying to eat leave you feeling **bleh**. …

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The One Superfood You’ve Probably Forgotten

Andrew Simon Articles, fruits and vegetables, Healthy Living, Nutrition, Recipe, Recipes

In health and wellness circles, discussions around “superfoods” are all the rage these days. The antioxidant power of blueberries… The fiber, calcium, and iron of kale… The probiotics of Greek yogurt, and amino acids of quinoa… …The list could go …

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How to Make a Mushroom Latte

Natalie Buscemi Nutrition, Recipe

The next time you sit down to enjoy your morning cup of coffee, there’s an ingredient you need to consider adding. No, it’s not cream. And it certainly isn’t sugar. It’s mushrooms. That’s right, mushrooms The fabulous fungi you’ve enjoyed …

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A Delicious Valentine’s Day Treat

Natalie Buscemi Nutrition, Recipe

  Everyone wants to share the love on Valentine’s Day, but not everyone wants to share the carbs and the sugar that plague all Valentine’s Day candies. So, how do you strike the balance?  You strike it with three words: …

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Mexican Tortilla Soup Made Easy

Sefi Grossman Healthy Living, Nutrition, Recipes

Conduct any Google search for “Tortilla Soup” (also known as Sopa Azteca) and you’ll quickly see there are a million ways to make this time-honored south-of-the-border classic. But no matter which recipe you choose, one thing remains certain—your soup will be delicious 99% of the time.  Like chicken noodle soup, or …

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Is a Turmeric Latte Good for You?

Natalie Buscemi Healthy Living, Nutrition, Recipe

No More Pasta Guilt! Give Your Meals a New Look by Spiralizing Vegetables

Natalie Buscemi Healthy Living, Nutrition

Vegetables are vegetables no matter how you slice them… …Except when they’re not. If you’ve never heard of “spiralizing”, you have now. It’s one of the hottest food trends, artfully transforming sturdy vegetables (think zucchini, cucumber, squash, and sweet potato) …

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Lentils—the Miraculous Legume You Need to Add to Your Winter Diet! 

Natalie Buscemi Healthy Living, Nutrition, Recipe, Weight loss

Lentils really are the miraculous legume. Not only do they cook in less than a half-hour, but they’re hearty, inexpensive, and packed with flavorful protein your friends and family will love.  Like beans, lentils will last (almost) indefinitely in the …

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