I agree that eating healthy isn’t always easy! But committing to a healthy diet can be one of the brightest decisions you’ll ever make! Why? Well, not only can eating well make you look and feel better, it can also save you money on future health expenses! Keeping up with the fad of being cognizant of the health benefits and clean lifestyle, here comes my newest prop to a “healthful lifestyle!”
Our star of the day for Healthy Food Series is – FLAX-SEEDS!
Keeping up with the trend of being cognizant of the food products that we in-take and continuing to strive for a healthier lifestyle, here comes my effort of familiarizing you all (and me too) with the latest food trends and well-being fads!
Post some Real Talk and Personal Stories – it is time for me to talk about “Healthy Living!” (Yes, you heard me!) Keeping in mind the extra pounds gained over the festive season and carrying on with my pathway to healthful life – this feels like an appropriate thing to do. (Damn! These new year RESOLUTIONS!) Hence, the idea of – Healthy Food Series – where I will share, address and talk about some healthy food options available in the market (hopefully on a weekly basis.) From talking about their health benefits to discussing the background of a particular food product and a bonus sumptuous recipe, this series aims at making you (and me) more aware and watchful of the foodstuff that we consume.
“Just like keeping a healthy diet is important to maintaining a healthy lifestyle, eating the right foods is just as important for getting the most out of your workout.”
– Marcus Samuelsson
Our star of the day for Healthy Food Series is – QUINOA!
Water – is an integral part of our lives, making it impossible to live without! For centuries, medicinally, water has been advocated as the best natural detox available to mankind. Water carries nutrients to our cells, aids digestion by forming stomach secretions, flushes our bodies of wastes, and keeps our kidneys healthy. It also keeps our moisture-rich organs (skin, eyes, mouth and nose) performing well, it lubricates and cushions our joints, and regulates our body temperature and our metabolism.