Take Care of Your Health

As the fall season approaches, you might be thinking about those sugary treats and more time spent indoors with no physical exercise. However, while these can be fun activities, fall should not be about isolating yourself or loading up on the unhealthy foods. It is all about balance, where you can enjoy the season, while also maintaining your physical and emotional health.

Jesus replied to them, I am the Bread of Life. The one who comes to Me will never be hungry, and the one who believes in Me [as Savior] will never be thirsty [for that one will be sustained spiritually]. John 6:35

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Use Seasonal Vegetables

A good way to start taking care of your health in the fall season is to switch to vegetables that are currently in season. This is when you can enjoy fall produce like pumpkin, butternut squash, apples, carrots, tomatoes, and many others. Seasonal produce is going to be less expensive, so it is great for your budget, plus it encourages you to try new recipes when you switch it up a little. You will also have the opportunity to sneak in more superfoods into your diet.

Bake Smartly

If you want to bake for the fall season and holidays in general, it might seem like it won’t help you be healthier, but that’s not true at all. You can still make smarter choices in the kitchen when baking pies, cookies, and brownies for the fall season, without going overboard. Make simple changes, such as using healthier substitutes for some of your classic ingredients, like Greek yogurt or bananas, adding more baked goods with healthier ingredients like pumpkin and fruit, and always paying close attention to portion sizes.

Get Regular Exercise

Exercise can be wonderful for self-care and your physical health. It is good for your heart, boosts your energy levels, and can help you feel like you are doing something really great for yourself. Try physical activities that allow you to practice self-care at the same time, such as a relaxing stretches in the morning, a nice evening walk with your dog, or heading to a local lake or beach to take in the sights while you walk.

Avoid the Common Cold

Don’t forget about illnesses that tend to creep up in the fall, including the common cold! To prevent the cold, boost your immune, wash your hands regularly throughout the day, stay away from others who have the sniffles, and always dress appropriately when outside on cooler days. Take your vitamin C, drink plenty of fluids, and pay attention to your health – these are all going to work great at reducing your risk for catching a cold.

 

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Tips For Improving Digestion With Coconut

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Jesus replied to them, I am the Bread of Life. The one who comes to Me will never be hungry, and the one who believes in Me [as Savior] will never be thirsty [for that one will be sustained spiritually]. John 6:35

Tips For Improving Digestion With Coconut

If you are having problems with your digestion, coconut will be your new best friend. You can add more coconut to the foods and drinks you consume, detox your body, and help with proper digestive health as well. This will make you feel much better and even give you some more energy as well.

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Start Replacing Regular Milk

Diary is one of the leading causes of digestive issues, especially in people with a sensitivity or intolerance to dairy products, or who have conditions like irritable bowel syndrome. However, this doesn’t mean you can’t have any type of milk at all. A better alternative is to start replacing regular milk with coconut milk. This is flavorful, has the same creamy consistency, and is simply a sweeter version of milk. It more closely resembled almond milk, so if you like vanilla almond milk, you will probably enjoy coconut milk as well.

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Stick to Bland Diets With Coconut

If you are suffering a lot from digestive problems, then you should use coconut in its different forms, but also eat a blander diet. Try boiled chicken, white rice made with a little bit of coconut oil, and some dry toast. When you have coffee, use coconut sugar and coconut milk.

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Drink Coconut Water

Drinking more water is a great way to start improving your digestion and help your bowel move more regularly, but you can also do this with coconut. If you find that you don’t drink a lot of regular water, it can be really helpful to have coconut water on hand. This adds a little bit of flavor to your water, making it more enticing and you actually enjoy drinking the water. It is also good with replacing other drinks like juice and soda, since it feels like you are drinking a flavored beverage and not just water.

Use Coconut Palm Sugar

Whenever you are planning on adding sugar to something you eat or drink, whether you are adding sugar to your coffee or making baked goods, try adding some coconut palm sugar to it. This is more nutritious for you and can be a lot easier on your stomach. A lot of people with digestive problems find that it is the sugar content in their foods, not the dairy, that upsets their stomach. This is when the benefits of coconut really come in since you can get coconut palm sugar.

Benefits of Hemp Oil

Jesus replied to them, I am the Bread of Life. The one who comes to Me will never be hungry, and the one who believes in Me [as Savior] will never be thirsty [for that one will be sustained spiritually]. John 6:35

Hemp oil is a natural, useful oil that can provide a variety of fantastic effects. If you’re curious about some of what it must offer, this information will help you discover some of the health benefits of hemp oil.

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Is Great for Your Skin

It’s generally accepted that applying an all-natural oil to the skin has its benefits as a moisturizer, but it turns out that hemp oils has some specific benefits when used on the skin. Hemp oil is full of powerful antioxidants like vitamin E, and it contains an agent called linoleic acid, which has been proven to reverse some of the effects of aging in your skin. Linoleic acid is an omega-6 fatty acid, and accomplishes its age defying effects by helping cell membranes to use nutrients in a more efficient way. It also improves cellular metabolism so that your cells don’t burn out and die as quickly.

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Do’s and Don’ts of Vegan for Weight Loss

Abiding by a vegan lifestyle undoubtedly comes with some added benefits. It can protect against type 2 diabetes and certain cancers, it can lower blood sugar levels, and improve kidney function. What’s more, veganism appeals to a lot of individuals for its ability to increase weight loss and reduce excess fat. However, when transitioning into a plant-based diet, it’s imperative to do so in a healthy and efficient manner.

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Ease Into The Transition
It’s not that easy to quit cold turkey – pun intended. You need to allot your body a grace period so it can get acquainted with the new diet you’re introducing. A sudden shift into a vegan lifestyle can be a big adjustment for your body, so it’s important to slowly cut out animal products while your body regulates.

Add Probiotics to Your Diet
Now that dairy is no longer part of your diet, it’s important to implement other forms of probiotics into your daily intake. Dairy products contain probiotics, live bacteria that are good for your health, but there are vegan-friendly alternatives including tempeh, sauerkraut, and kombucha that serve as adequate probiotic substitutes.

Fiber Fiber Fiber!

Veggies are such an important source of fiber. Not only do they keep your energy levels up, they provide micronutrients that keep you healthy. When transitioning into a vegan diet, it’s important to not skimp on your veggies just because a vegan diet is assumed to be healthier. Maintaining substantial vegetable intake facilitates weight loss while simultaneously balancing a vegan diet.

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Don’t Go Overboard on The Carbo-loading

“Carb up” and “Carbo-o-vore” are phrases that are common among the vegan community. While vegan pasta may be a go-to favorite, we still need ample amounts of protein and healthy fats in our bodies. Acai bowls, smoothie shakes, and coconut yogurt are tasty dishes that offer subtle amounts of carbs without going overboard.

Just Because It’s Vegan, Doesn’t Mean It’s Healthy

…and that’s the harsh reality of it! There are plenty of vegan foods that are processed and have high sodium levels, which is why it’s beneficial to read labels and know what you’re putting in your body. Don’t be fooled by a “100% vegan” or “vegan food” label, always be mindful of the products you’re choosing if you want to lose weight the right way.

Don’t Lose Track Of The Food You’re Consuming
Sometimes it can be easy to shovel copious amounts of vegan eats into your mouth without tracking what you’re eating. Moderation is key among any diet, but especially a vegan one. Logging your micro and macronutrients will help keep the body fueled while also allowing you to properly shed some weight.

The vegan diet should only be temporary because it is crucial to get the nutrients from raw cheese and fermented dairy like Amasai.

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How to Put Together Gluten-Free Meals

Blog3.jpgOne of the struggles of discovering that you have a gluten intolerance is then trying to figure out what you can eat and especially how to put your meals together. You no longer eat rice or pasta as a side, bread your chicken, have dinner rolls, or eat anything you want. Even if you were on a low-carb or low-calorie diet previously, the gluten-free diet is not going to allow for the same types of foods. Here are some helpful ways to put together your gluten-free meals.

Get a Gluten-Free Cookbook

To start with, it is really helpful to have at least one gluten-free cookbook, but preferably a few different ones. These are going to be your point of reference not just for making sure you have plenty of recipes to choose from, but so you know what foods you can and can’t have. Many of the gluten-free cookbooks available are going to provide food lists, tips, and suggestions for creating meals that help with your gluten intolerance. While many of them cater to allergies or Celiac disease, you can still use the same recipes for your gluten sensitivity.

Start Baking Your Own Bread

This might sound like a huge chore, but once you make your own loaf of bread, you will wonder why you haven’t always done it. There is something about getting bread out of the oven or using a bread maker that is satisfying. Pulling a loaf of bread you made from scratch and slicing it up yourself is rather cathartic, not to mention the smell and fresh taste when it comes from your own kitchen. Baking your own bread helps to save money since you can use a gluten-free bread recipe instead of having to buy an expensive alternative at a local health foods store. Bread machines are easy to use and a quick way to make your own bread.

Find Grain Alternatives

While you can’t have many of the grains you are used to, there are still some that don’t contain gluten. Finding these and using them in your meals can really make up for what you are missing. For example, you might not be able to have some forms of rice or pasta, but you can still have quinoa. This is always gluten-free, healthy, low-fat, and really easy to include in all of your recipes. Also look for foods that naturally don’t have gluten so you don’t have to second guess anything, such as fresh produce, beans, nuts, and seeds.

Get Rid of the Processed Stuff

With things like dairy and meat, it is okay to eat these food items, but you want to avoid anything that is processed. Now is the perfect time to stop eating so much processed food and rely more on the natural options. Instead of hot dogs and deli meat, get ground beef, chicken breasts, and steak.

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All About Gluten Intolerance

Unless you have been living under a rock, you have undoubtedly seen or heard many people saying they are reducing their gluten or giving it up altogether. In some cases, people actually have allergies or a condition called Celiac disease, which is causing gluten to make them ill. Others simply have a sensitivity or intolerance to gluten. The latter is more common, so that is what we are going to talk about.

What is Gluten?

Gluten is a type of protein that is found in a variety of different grains. Many people think about wheat as being gluten, but it can also be found in rye, oats, and barley. The gluten protein is made up of other proteins, including glutenin and gliadin. These are often more closely linked to people that have negative reactions in the form of a gluten allergy or Celiac disease, which is an autoimmune condition of the small intestine. The symptoms are slightly different when comparing an intolerance or sensitivity to gluten as opposed to actually being allergic to it.

Common Symptoms of Gluten Intolerance

When you have an intolerance to gluten, your symptoms can range from mild discomfort and abdominal pain, to some of the more common signs of being allergic to gluten. First of all, you might find that you have abdominal discomfort or indigestion when you consume foods with a lot of wheat or rye. There are actually many regular food items that contain wheat or other grains, that you would otherwise think are harmless. You may eat a simple sandwich with wheat bread and suddenly find that your stomach is hurting and you might even have diarrhea or nausea. Some other common symptoms include headaches, skin changes, and allergy symptoms like coughing, sneezing, and runny nose.

Lifestyle Changes

If you are found to have a gluten sensitivity, you don’t have to completely give up all gluten, but you do need to decrease it as much as possible. The more foods you eat with gluten, the worse you are going to end up feeling. They might not cause serious illness like if you had Celia disease, but gluten can definitely make you feel ill. If you want those stomach aches and migraines to go away, stay away from foods with wheat, rye, or barley. This includes most breads, grains, pasta, and a wide range of packaged and processed foods. You should try to stick to a diet consisting primarily of fruits, vegetables, and lean protein like meat.

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