After being overweight and lethargic for most of his life, Gunner realized he needed to change his lifestyle to accomplish his goals.
In 2014, after Sal Paradiso's weight continued to climb towards 700 pounds, he realized he needed to make a major change to save his life. This is the story of his weight-loss journey.
If you’re forcing yourself to eat whole wheat bread because it’s healthier, we may have some good news for you. According to research published in the journal Cell Metabolism, investigators from the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel found that people have varied reactions in blood sugar levels when consuming white and whole wheat bread. In fact, out of the 20 study participants, nearly half were shown to have a better glycemic response to the processed white flour while the other half of the volunteers had a healthier response to the whole wheat sourdough.
Many people are led to believe that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but at least one expert suggests that statement is only true if you skip it.
Kelly Nocero is 44 and currently weighs 154 pounds. In 2014, she decided to get healthy and be a positive role model for her nursing patients.
Could breakfast be bad for our health? “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day,” say the experts. Instead Terence Kealey believes breakfast is a “dangerous meal” that could actually be as harmful to our health as smoking cigarettes.
It’s the start of a new year and with that, comes the start of the inevitable. New Year resolutions and new year diets. If you’ve decided to eat healthier and cut something from your regular diet, the options are endless and frankly, quite confusing. (i.e.
INGREDIENTS: – 300 ml coconut milk (can use coconut milk or beverage, but latter will be less creamy and intense) -1/2 tsp of Golden Milk spice blend (i.e. Spice Sanctuary Golden Milk spice blend) or turmeric spice -1 tsp Coconut Sugar to sweeten (optional) -1 egg, separated – Nutmeg and True Cinnamon for grating HOW TO MAKE: 1. Heat the milk in a pan; when warm, add the spice blend and sugar (if using) and bring to a boil. 2. Take off the heat and chill overnight. 3.
Weight-Loss Win is an original Yahoo series that shares the inspiring stories of people who have shed pounds healthfully. This is Vilma Sujodolsky's journey.
You probably thought that as you got older you would be able to eat whatever you want. With no parents around, and your own money in the bank, chowing down on Chinese takeout once a week and tucking into cheese, crackers and wine practically every Sunday evening seems fine, right? Wrong. Sadly, once you hit a certain age, scientists and nutritionists reckon there are some foods that just shouldn’t pass your lips anymore.
In 2013, after gaining a lot weight because of her bipolar disorder and being diagnosed as prediabetic, Sarah DeArmond vowed to get her health under control.
The breaking point was not being able to buckle into a ride at an amusement park: after that, his weight-loss journey began.
Nine dangerous foods you should never eat - including butter flavoured popcorn! There go our Friday nights in with Jerry Maguire and the microwave.
If your goal is to make more healthful food choices, researchers say to place your takeout order a good 60 minutes before the breakfast, lunch, or dinner bell.
“When I got the email I started screaming,” says Faith (whose hometown in the mag is listed as “British Columbia”). “It’s been surreal.” ALSO SEE: Woman loses more than 100 pounds in 9 months – without surgery! People discovered Faith through her Instagram account, where she speaks openly about her struggles with excess weight, poor body image, and food addiction. Faith used to go to three different Dairy Queens to get the same thing—Skor Blizzards with extra fudge and extra Skor—so that the staff working the drive-through wouldn’t recognize her. She would spray her car with air freshener afterward so that no one would catch on to her secret snacks. After the birth of her first child in 2000, Faith weighed 220 pounds and wore size 44 men’s pants.
It’s officially burger season! Recently, a really complicated 50-ingredient burger was crowned the world’s healthiest meal. But because most of us don’t have the time (or energy) to create a 50-ingredient dinner, we pulled together 10 tips for cooking burgers that will make sure you keep the calories low and the taste at an ultimate high! Click through the gallery above and let us know your favourite grilling tips by tweeting to @YahooStyleCA.
There are over 50 ingredients in this burger and not a single one of them is a patty of grease-laden meat. We can’t vouch for the taste, but this is what is being described as the world’s healthiest meal; a burger, fries and shake made up of over 50 superfoods. The ‘nutriburger’ features a gluten-free brioche bun and beet, natto, quinoa and mushroom burger - and if you haven’t even heard of half those ingredients, you are not alone. It’s accompanied by purple and orange sweet potato fries and a thick chocolate shake made of cacao, bee pollen and activated nuts.
It’s no secret that most kids don’t like veggies – at least not as much as they like other foods like Kraft Dinner, ice cream and French fries. But Andrew Hanks of Ohio State University hopes that marketing may be able to change that mentality.
Avocado lovers rejoice! You can now grow your own avocado tree. Which is pretty darned fantastic news because avocados are in short supply ATM due to everyone jumping on the healthy eating bandwagon. All you have to do, is put a peeled avocado seed into the hole, place it in a large, water-filled pot and wait for it to grow.