Most foods that cause constipation are not natural and this is where most people have a hard time understanding the word "natural." If you eat processed foods you will cause constipation. If you eat natural foods, you will eliminate constipation.
MSM, methylsulfonylmethane, is a naturally occurring compound found in small amounts in many of the foods you eat. It contains about 35% organic sulfur that is absorbed by your body. Here is some information about MSM so see how important this nutrient is.
Many families have a hard time trying to decide what foods they should be eating and which ones to avoid. The problem is a lot of the nutritional information out there is contradictory. This, along with the need to save time, to make quick lunches or dinners makes many families susceptible to making the wrong food choices.
Turmeric is a plant that has a very long history of medicinal use, dating back nearly 4000 years. Modern medicine has begun to recognize turmeric's importance, as indicated by the over 3000 publications dealing with turmeric that have come out within the last 25 years.
Hi there, I’m Rudy here to give you some information and tips on anemia. Just remember that you may be iron deficient and not know it. To find out, if you are, you will have to get a blood test. So, see your doctor if you feel you are deficient. Now let’s get started.
People who don’t have diabetes think that they are ok. But the way so many people eat, they put themselves at risk for this disease. Eating a diet high in processed foods, high sugar, and simple carbohydrates increase your chances of Type II Diabetes and especially if you are overweight. Other risk factors for Type II Diabetes are elevated triglyceride, low HDL, and high blood pressure.
Fiber Foods That are Good For You
Fiber is a critical nutrient for your colon and overall health. You need to eat equal amounts of insoluble and soluble fiber. Most people only eat around 8 grams or less of fiber each day. The amount you need to eat is around 25 - 45 grams. This is a lot of fiber and you will need to introduce it slowly into your diet. You may experience gas when you eat more fiber food. But, this will pass as your stomach gets used to eating more fiber.
No doubt about it, frozen foods are hot! Americans spend more than $49 billion on frozen foods annually. Last year, 26% of all U.S. grocery shoppers shopped the frozen food aisle more frequently, and 43% of millennials bought more frozen items*.
What’s Turning Up the Heat?
Today’s innovative frozen products offer something for everyone:
Brands and product lines are aligned with new health trends, changing dining habits, and dietary requirements – whether you are looking for vegan, gluten-free, non-dairy, ethnic, organic…the frozen food aisle has it all.
You don’t have to sacrifice delicious dishes and trendy flavors just because you’re in a hurry. The freezer aisle offers quality, ready-to-eat full meal, single serve and small plate options – high proteins, low carbs, indulgent flavors, healthy veggies, fruits and more.
If you’re a foodie, you can “up your game” and elevate the food experience with versatile high-end frozen products, savory ingredients and entertaining-quality appetizers and desserts, sure to impress family and guests.
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Es fácil dejarse llevar en las fiestas, especialmente en las comidas ricas que nos encantan. Este año te ayudaremos a tomar decisiones más balanceadas para el fin de año. Junto a Lipton® y Knorr® hemos creado versiones nutritivas de dos recetas navideñas, como el Ponche Mexicano para Navidad y el Sancocho, que deslumbrarán a tus amigos por su sabor y su presentación.
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