Category Archives: Wellness Tips
Simply put: sugar consumption has been going through the roof. It has increased by 28 percent since 1983, fueling soaring obesity rates and other health problems. The FDA requires labels that enable consumers to monitor—and reduce—their sugar intake. Marion Nestle, … Continue reading
Is our food supply safe? Is it making us sick? Makes you think eh? Replacing even 1 meal per day with our perfectly balanced nutrition products may be the best decision you ever make for yourself and your family.
Are You Label Able? Interpreting the nutrition facts labels on packaged foods isn’t rocket science, but it isn’t a piece of low-fat cake, either. Look At The Label By Susan Bowerman, M.S., R.D., C.S.S.D. One of the most important skills … Continue reading
PROTEIN 101 By David Heber, M.D., Ph.D. – Chairman of Herbalife’s Medical Advisory Board A necessity for everybody Protein is an important component of every cell in the body. It is an organic compound, composed of 22 amino acids, otherwise … Continue reading
Low Calorie Snacks Snacking doesn’t have to be an unhealthy habit. It’s not unusual to get hungry between meals–particularly if you have a long stretch in between. The key is planning ahead to make sure you have some healthy foods … Continue reading
Feel Good and Control Your Weight Have a Healthy Breakfast!
SURROUNDED BY SUGAR By Luigi Gratton, M.D., M.P.H. I always encourage my patients, when shopping, to avoid sugar and, instead, look for protein. Since we live in a carbohydrate-rich society, it’s not always easy to find low-calorie, healthful foods, which … Continue reading
The Skinny On Fats Americans are obsessed with fat. We’re warned not to eat it; we worry about finding it on our hips and waists; and we hear or read about losing it daily from the media. It’s true, though, … Continue reading