Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Nutrition

Whether you are looking boost athletic performance, slim down, treat a health condition or just trying to stay in good health, paying close attention to your nutrition is important. But it’s not always easy to figure out exactly what advice to follow. Between your family, friends and the internet, you’ve heard the exact opposite opinions about every food and diet out there. So, what is healthy? What’s not? To know for sure, you have to turn to the science, which is exactly what we do in our Nutrition Series. Browse the articles below to learn more about how your food interacts with your body and how you can build a healthier diet for yourself and your family.

Paleo Grocery List: Pantry Essentials for Beginners [Free Printable]

Paleo Grocery List
Smack-dab in the center of your friend’s fridge door, just beneath the tidy to-do list and cleaning schedule: a paleo grocery list.  Maybe you didn’t want to seem snoopy, or maybe you were both in a serious rush to get out the door to your evening’s festivities, but you didn’t go check it out,...

Intermittent Fasting Schedule and Rules [Infographic]

Intermittent Fasting Schedule and Rules
This article provides you with an intermittent fasting schedule and some rules to follow so you can reap the benefits of this widely known weight management technique.  Each and every week a new way of eating seems to pop up, promising a surefire way to boost health and lose weight - often with very little...

The Truth About Meatless Diets According to Science

The Truth About Meatless Diets According to Science
The other day you went out to dinner with some friends.  Or your extended family.  Or your co-workers.  You were all eating, drinking, chatting and having a good time, when all of the sudden you glanced around the table and realized -- I’m like the only one eating meat! That got you wondering: have I...

Is Peanut Butter Good or Bad? Let’s Hear It From Science.

Is Peanut Butter Good or Bad Let's Hear It From Science
Like most high-fat foods, peanut butter's had a serious PR problem for the better part of a century!   When studies in the 1940s linked high-fat, high-calorie diets to an increased risk of heart disease, heart attack, and stroke, the world turned its back on all fat-rich foods.  Whole food sources of healthy fats, such...

Leaky Gut Syndrome Diet: Heal Your Leaky Gut with these Recipes

Leaky Gut Syndrome Diet: Heal Your Leaky Gut with these Recipes
A leaky gut syndrome diet is never without fiber-rich and anti-inflammatory foods. You might have overused antibiotics in the past or have been exposed to too much antibacterial products.   Whatever gut-damaging factors you've unfortunately exposed yourself to, the Nutrishatives Team is here to help you heal your leaky gut syndrome with these two gut-healthy...

The Truth Behind the 5:2 Diet: Getting the Facts Straight

The Truth Behind the 5:2 Diet: Getting the Facts Straight
Intermittent fasting is a way of eating that is typified by prolonged periods of fasting, interspersed with smaller eating windows – small time periods within a day where you consume all of your daily calories. When I first heard about intermittent fasting, I honestly thought it was a bit of a gimmick.  Just another fad...

Effect of Spices and Herbs On Your Health: Eat these to Get in Good Shape

Effect of Spices and Herbs On Your Health: Eat these to Get in Good Shape
Spices and herbs are both of plant origin.  Whilst herbs come from the leafy, or green parts of a plant, spices come from the remaining plant material such as the bark, roots, flowers, berries or seeds. These versatile plant foods have been used across the globe for thousands of years, both in culinary use and...

Vitamin Guide: What are the Main Vitamins Your Body Needs?

vitamins guide
Welcome to Nutrishative's vitamin guide!  If you're searching for a basic understanding of what vitamins are and what vitamins do in your body, you have come to the perfect place! What are Vitamins?  Vitamins are naturally-occurring molecules found in food that have structural and hormonal functions in our body. They are vital to your body's health, but...

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