By Martha Ross | [email protected] | Bay Area News Group PUBLISHED: November 29, 2018 at 8:21 am | UPDATED: November 29, 2018 at 8:34 am It’s been quite an energizing, inspiring week for Jameela Jamil’s crusade against celebrities like Cardi B, Iggy Azalea and the Kardashians who hawk detox tea, appetite-suppressant lollipops and other dubious diet products to their fans. “The Good Place” star and feminist advocate garnered positive headlines for smartly feuding with the famously confrontational rapper Cardi B, FastCompany and other outlets reported. Jamil adroitly pointed out that the rapper probably doesn’t even use the detox tea she promoted on Instagram over the weekend, even though she claimed it helped her slim down after giving birth four months ago. View this post on Instagram The BEST fuckingggg black friday deal. If you spend you $$$ on ANYTHING it better be Teami. Thankful to be a #teamipartner and getting this momma bear … [Read more...] about Can Jameela Jamil’s nasty ‘Supermodel Shake’ silence Cardi B and other celebrity diet pushers?
Seeing extra pounds creep up on the scale or barely squeezing into a pair of lose pants can feel frustrating, especially if you're following a healthy lifestyle. So what gives? The truth is that sometimes weight gain has nothing to do with what you're eating or how much you're working out. Here are other factors that could be standing between you and your ideal weight—plus expert tips on how to fix them. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below You’re not sleeping enoughSkimping on shut-eye won’t just leave you tired the next day, but in the long run, it could cause you to pack on a few pounds. While researchers are still looking at the exact connection between lack of sleep and weight gain, Wendy Bennett, MD, MPH, says one reason may be that you’re simply awake longer, so you eat more overall. “You have a few more hours in your day, so you’re consuming more calories,” she says. What’s more: Getting irregular zzz’s can mess … [Read more...] about 11 Reasons You’re Gaining Weight That Have Nothing to Do With Your Diet
Wednesday, November 28, 2018 by: Mary Miller Tags: anti-inflammatory, diet recommendations, disease prevention, disease treatments, fatty liver, fatty liver disease, goodfood, goodhealth, goodmedicine, inflammation, Liver, liver cleansing diet, liver disease, liver health, liver injury, natural cures, natural healing, natural medicine, natural remedies, nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, obesity (Natural News) It is normal to have a small amount of fat in your liver. However, if too much fat builds up in the cells of your liver, you might be at risk of fatty liver disease. This could cause damage to your liver and prevent it from functioning as well as it should. Fortunately, you can promote good liver health by eating a liver cleansing diet. Food recommendations for good liver health Eating a balanced diet of fresh foods from different food groups is necessary for healthy weight maintenance and early intervention for the treatment of fatty liver disease. This can be … [Read more...] about Diet recommendations to reverse a fatty liver
Monday, November 26, 2018 by: Russel Davis Tags: Alzheimer's disease, diabetes, diet, diet plan, disease prevention, fasting, goodhealth, health, heart disease, intermittent fasting, natural cures (Natural News) Intermittent fasting has steadily gained global attention over the years, thanks to a vast number of studies demonstrating its beneficial effects on the body’s overall health. Now, a new study carried out by researchers at the Harvard University adds to the growing number of evidence regarding the diet scheme’s efficacy. To reach this conclusion, the researchers examined the effects of intermittent fasting on nematodes as part of their study. The scientists observed that animal mitochondria exhibits better homeostasis — a process where two states of mitochondria are alternating properly — when they intermittently fasted. The researchers also noted that intermittent fasting helped the nematodes attain increased … [Read more...] about New study demonstrates how intermittent fasting impacts health at a cellular level; diet fights off aging, promotes longevity
Sunday, November 25, 2018 by: Zoey Sky Tags: Diets, Fresh, fruits, goodfood, goodhealth, grocery, keto diet, ketogenic diet, low-carb, low-carb fruits, natural health, nutrition, organics, phytonutrients, slender, superfoods (Natural News) While the ketogenic (keto) diet was originally designed for individuals with neurological diseases such as epilepsy, it has now become a popular diet among people who want to lose weight effectively. But did you know that this diet requires you to eat low-carb fruits? The proper ratio of fruits and vegetables Since the keto diet strictly monitors your carb intake, you can’t overeat certain kinds of produce, especially fruits and vegetables. Carbs from whole produce are better compared to refined and processed foods, such as grains and legumes. However, carbs from fruits and vegetables are still counted as carbs. To ensure the success of a keto diet, you need to monitor your carb intake. Fruits are full of healthy antioxidants, … [Read more...] about Your go-to guide to the best low-carb fruits to eat while on the keto diet