As more and more people try to eat healthy, 2018 has marked a time in history, where healthy eating has become a priority among many. The demand for information on a variety of diets, foods to eat and not eat, and what to recognize as unhealthy has increased. Supplements are becoming more popular, and overall many are looking for the top healthy eating tips.
Do you experience any of these symptoms - fatigue, memory loss, headaches, sleep issues, aches and pains? It may be that you are experiencing toxic overload! Many of the items we buy at the store (shampoo, lotions, laundry detergent, toothpaste, and more) contain toxins that our body simply cannot handle over long periods of time.
As more research surfaces regarding the link between inflammation and disease, more and more consumers are filling their grocery carts with inflammatory fighting foods. While many of these foods have been around and consumed for generations, it is not until recently that a connection has been made with good health. If you are looking to add these to your diet, here are a few of the best inflammatory fighting foods:
On average, we seldom drink enough water to stay fully hydrated, and it becomes worse during the summer months. While it varies from person to person how much water your body needs, it is still suggested that men drink an average of 15 cups of water per day, and women should consume 11 cups per day.
But, what if you are not a fan of water? You can only drink so much, right! Here are the top 5 ways you can stay hydrated this summer:
Part of the great grill experience is grilling great tasting vegetables. While everyone loves to grill meat, more and more people are turning to grilling their vegetables for a variety of reasons. Not only is it healthier to eat more vegetables, but grilling them enhances their natural flavor. You will experience delicious flavors that will make your mouth water. Check out how to grill the best vegetables: