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Eating Your Thoughts For Your Body's Health

If your every thought about food over a year manifested into calories will you be thin or fat, healthy or unhealthy, happy or sad?  Most of us, cannot answer the question honestly. This is because for the most part we have become, thoughtless mindless eaters.

Slaves to our tongues and the gimmicks of clever advertising,often we find ourselves with little control over our relationship to our food and our health. And yet this does not need to be the case.
A small dose of thought injected into our eating experience can bring astonishing rewards.

Mindfulness is no longer a mystical concept. Numerous books, websites and dedicated apps promote the practice as a potential antidote to many modern-day ailments.

Mindful eating is not a diet, or about giving up anything at all. It's about experiencing food more intensely — especially the pleasure of it.

You can eat a  carrot, a cheeseburger or a cookie mindfully, if you wish. You might enjoy it a lot more. Or you might decide, halfway throug…

30-Day TEA -a Detox Plan that works! Tried & Tested.

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How does it taste?: The tea encompasses five tastes: sweet, sour, salty, bitter and pungent (or warmly spicy) Benefits? Loaded with anti–oxidants, immune boosting herbs and naturally sweetened with whole stevia.

Are you ready to ditch those bad habits, make positive changes and live a happier, healthier lifestyle? GOOD. We are here to help you do it. ( And you know what? It's not going to be that hard! ) Please note that you will receive the tea tin (MAKES 35 CUPS OF TEA)  and cup not the bag.

Coconut Oil Is Good For You, Says New Study

Coconut oil may help lower the risk of heart disease and the chances of a stroke, according to a study by researchers from the University of Cambridge. There has been much debate on whether coconut oil provides advantages or disadvantages to a person's well-being. However, the latest study shows that the substance, which comes with more saturated fat compared to lard and butter, has a significant health benefit. Food For The Heart The study provides evidence that coconut oil is good for a person's heart. However, there are other kinds of food that provide the same health benefits. The World Health Organization recommended an increase in potassium intake for reduced blood pressure, which would lower the odds of heart disease and stroke. Examples of such food include bananas, avocados, raisins, sweet potatoes, spinach, and coconut water. Researchers also recently made the surprising discovery that consuming small amounts of cheesedaily decreases the risk of coronary heart disea…

Sweet- sweeter - sweetest!

A guide to sweeteners By Patterson Clark and Lazaro Gamio, Published: March 2, 2015 Too much sugar can be detrimental to health, rotting teeth, building fat, damaging blood vessels and stressing out the system that regulates blood sugar. Some people turn to artificial sweeteners, but those are under increasing suspicion of creating metabolic problems, such as diabetes and obesity. Natural alternative sweeteners exist, but even they have pitfalls if consumed in excess. Read related article.

Sweeteners: a periodic table This table charts the wide variety of sweeteners available in the United States, either in bulk amounts or as additives in food. Not listed are super-sweet- tasting, zero-calorie proteins from several African fruits (monellin, brazzein and thaumatin), which have not been approved for use by the FDA. Also not included: banned or poisonous sweeteners, such as lead acetate, which ancient Romans made by cooking sour wine in lead pots. COOKED 1 Ms Maple syrup Mostly sucrose; …