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Why Food Journal?

Food journaling is another power tool of dieting. In tandem with meal prepping, food journaling can measure any bad habits you may have.

Distracted Eating

Have you ever launched into eating a plate or container of food while you were thinking about something else, such as watching a movie or talking on the phone and …

An Introduction to Meal Planning

You face the dreaded question: “What’s for dinner?” Some nights you may be so tired you want to respond with, “I made dinner last night – it’s your turn tonight” …

Common Digestive Disorders

Everyone has stomach pain. In this activity we discuss the cause of how to relieve common digestion issues.

Why is Digestive Health So Important?

Digestion is important because your body needs nutrients (proteins, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals) from food and drink to work properly and stay healthy. Your digestive system breaks nutrients into parts …

Food is our Fuel

There are certain foods that improve your digestion and ease the process. We break down each food type and what each does to your digestion.

Reading the Nutrition Label

The nutrition label on foods can be confusing. In this activity we break down each line of a nutrition label and every line’s importance in your overall health.

Eat More Fiber

Fiber has a myriad of uses outside of easing constipation. We go into the many reasons why fiber should focused daily in your food intake.

Avoiding Sugary Beverages

Coca Cola is indeed classic, but having too much of any sugary drinks will have negative affects on your health. We break down why exactly an overabundance of sugar-filled drinks …

Fats as Fuels

Fats in diets have been stigmatized but are still a hugely important aspect in your overall health. In this activity we discuss why and what place fats should have in …

Why is Water Essential?

Water helps carry nutrients across your body, help flush out products, lubricants joints and so much more. In this activity we break down why water is essential in not only …

Deficiencies in Micronutrients

Deficiencies in micronutrients such as iron, iodine, vitamin A, folate and zinc can have devastating consequences. At least half of children worldwide ages 6 months to 5 years suffer from …