Saturday, November 24, 2012

Low Calorie Soup Recipes - 4 Healthy Soup Recipes for Weight Loss

Author: Peter Filinovich
Soups are extremely healthy and nutritious. There are basically two kinds of soups: clear soups and thick soups. There are many kinds of healthy soup recipes and low calorie soup recipes for fat loss which will not only satisfy your taste buds but also provide you with nutrition and help you stay fit.

Some of the low calorie soup recipes for fat loss are as below:

1. Cabbage Soup:

Ingredients: Half head of...

Thursday, November 22, 2012

Maintaining A Healthy Diet While At Work

By James D Owens
One of the problems that many of us face when we work for a living is the fact that it can be quite difficult to eat healthily through the day. As a matter of fact, we may find that we are simply grabbing something as quick as possible from vending machines or candy machines that may be at our place of business. Quite obviously, this is not going to result in our having the optimum health that we would desire and it can actually cause problems in the long run that are difficult to control. That being said, what are some of the things that you can do to ensure that you are eating as healthy as possible when you are stuck at work?
One of the more obvious points to eating healthy is...

How To Plan Low calorie Meals

Author: CaslavGazivoda
It doesn't matter if you are straining to slim down or just feeling guilty because of that heavy meal you had the prevoius night, a spicy dish with low fat and calories is always a good idea.

Nonetheless, unsuccessful dieters and healthy eaters alike acknowledge that the use of the words tasty and light in the same sentence is - at the very least - suspicious. Now you can revel in the knowledge that a little endeavor and attention to detail can harvest tremendous cooking rewards.

As for nourishing cooking, vegetables are the...

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

War on Salt

By Valerie D Grimes
Can anybody tell me what happens to that good old pretzel, hotdog, butter biscuit, popcorn with extra butter or frozen dinner, once we consumed it. Have we indulged with our eyes and hands but forgot the effect it has on the temple (body). We are all guilty in that we go for the things that taste and we definitely don't read the labels for nutritional facts.
We consume sodium (salt) on a daily basis which can be a good thing or bad. We should pay very close attention to the amount of sodium we consume. Our bodies need a certain amount of salt daily, between 180mg-500mg.
Many African Americans suffer with high blood pressure. Looking at this specific population the average daily sodium intake for those age 2-60 is 1,333436mg. Restaurant and processed foods are a major contributor to the high rates of...