What you eat can dramatically impact your mood. You can likely recall eating a heavy meal — say, meat lasagna followed by a big piece of tiramisu — and subsequently feeling lethargic and moody. Or maybe you ate a big salad for lunch and felt invigorated and focused all afternoon. Conversely, your mood can influence
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Organizations like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) say that many Americans eat far too much sugar, especially as added sugar. This becomes a problem as more studies link sugary foods and sugar-sweetened beverages with numerous health problems including obesity, type 2 diabetes, and cancer. Some of us crave sugar more than
“Sugar is poison at the right dose,” says Mark Hyman, MD, in Food: What the Heck Should I Eat?. “Most adults consume an average of 22 teaspoons a day, and kids consume up to 35 teaspoons.” Most humans have a sweet tooth, and we’re well familiar with how easy overeating sugary foods can be.
The phrase “healthy eating” rarely goes together with Thanksgiving or Christmas recipes, many of which are sugary, processed, and altogether very easy to overeat. You needn’t abstain to stay healthy around the holidays, but you can indulge mindfully with these 7 strategies. 1. Start your day right. Eating a healthy, nourishing breakfast sets the rest
For many people, that festive season between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day represents fun, family, friends, and gifts. The holidays also revolve around food and sometimes trigger stress, both of which can create weight gain. Research shows that the average person gains a little over a pound or more between mid-November and mid-January. The