Five years after California started cracking down on junk food in school cafeterias, a new report shows that high school students there consume fewer calories and less fat and sugar at school than students in other states.
Following a recent increase in the number of people developing nickel-based food allergies, Ohio researchers say they have pinpointed the cause: whole grains, oatmeal, legumes, nuts and soy. Although these foods are all recommended as part of a healthy diet, they also contain trace amounts of nickel that can add up.
Take a moment and think back to the last meal you ate. How nutritionally complete was that meal? The question is — did you truly nourish your body with the food you ate, or are you just fueling your body enough to get through the day?
Wouldn’t it be great if you could wave a magic wand and watch as your belly fat completely disappeared? But since we can’t count on a fairy godmother to show up anytime soon, we have to keep ourselves in check via healthy foods like these!