According to recent research, artificial sweeteners may be just as bad for your health as regular sugar. In fact, a recent study suggests non-caloric artificial sweeteners (NAS) damage your gut bacteria. What does that mean for your health?
I apologize for using a sensationalized headline. But there's lots of truth to it. In case you haven't heard, a recall of romaine lettuce has been issued by both the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), following an outbreak of E. Coli poisoning in 11 States and Canada
For this week, I'd like to keep the theme of gratitude going. And as 2018 is rapidly coming to an end (that was crazy fast, right?), I'm reflecting on what I'm most grateful for.
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Healthy Thanksgiving recipes that taste just like the real, gluttonous thing? Sound too good to be true? Eat until your belly’s content this turkey day without sacrificing taste or mouth-feel.
The smallest things matter the most and in this case, small changes can make a big difference. Simple ingredient swaps this holiday season will help you stay on track while eliminating at the feeling of indulgence guilt. Whether it’s an appetizer or a dessert, these easy changes will help you avoid that pesky holiday weight gain we all hate.
Kale is a wonder in the world of superfoods. It is packed with caratenoids and flavinoids, the key antioxidants that protect our cells from free radicals.
Here’s why I use two varieties of kale in Green Drink: Each cup of raw kale has 3 grams of proteins but only has 33 calories Great source of fiber: 2.5 grams per cup, which is great for blood sugar levels and preventing cravings Super rich in vitamins A, B, C and K Good source of plant-based omega-3 fatty acids Rich in minerals such as calcium, zinc, phosphorus, potassium Loaded with antioxidants
Omega 3's in veggies such as those in my Green Drink are an excellent source of this critical nutrient. Lots of people know that certain fish are rich in omega 3's. But did you know there's plenty of excellent vegan and vegetarian sources as well?
The benefits of Green Drink for skin can have much more of an impact than a cosmetic procedure like a facial. After all, facials and other beauty care methods are only, well, skin deep. But green drinks can benefit your skin from the inside out. Chef V explains….
Trying to lose weight and get those abs to poke out? Try intermittent fasting, breaking your fast with my Chef V Green Drink. And add yoga to your early morning routine, before your first meal of the day. That combo works great for me ... and you should see what my husband looks like.