The Many Benefits of the Aloe Vera Plant

The Many Benefits of the Aloe Vera Plant

Aloe vera plants tend to bring burns and sunburn to mind. In fact, you may likely think
about aloe vera gel in a bottle kept in a beach bag. If you do not think of the beach or
sunburns, you may think of aloe vera in lotions and in severe dry skin remedies. Though
aloe vera can be used for all of these issues, there are four other issues that aloe vera
can assist with.

Oral Hygiene Care

If you have canker sores or cold sores that come up from dentures or illness then you
know how painful they can be. You can use over the counter chemicals to help combat
or reduce the sores, but this may not always work and it may lead you to having to use
more of the chemical than you would like. This is especially true if you are having to use
more of the canker sore medicine as you develop a resistance to the gel or medicine.
Aloe vera gel can help with these sores in a natural and equally as effective way. You
can simply put the gel on your sores directly from the plant or you can choose to use a
food grade aloe vera gel or juice.

Wrinkle Reducer

You may not think of aloe vera as a wrinkle reducing agent, but it can help with fine
lines and wrinkles. You do need to use the aloe vera on a routine basis. You can use it
as a gel directly on your face following your normal face wash and toner routine. You
can also use it as part of a homemade face mask, peel off mask, or as stand alone
toner. The aloe can be applied directly from the plant to your skin. You will notice that
the gel from the plant is tightening your skin. You can notice immediate effects, but the
long-term effects from routine use are also significant.

Constipation Relief

Aloe vera juice can be purchased from local health and wellness stores. You can also
find it at most pharmacies. The reason this is important is because the juice made from
aloe vera plant can be mixed with water or other juice and ingested to help with
constipation relief. This is a natural way to reduce constipation pain and help clear the
system within a few hours.

Weight Loss

One way that many people are using aloe vera is to help with weight loss. Aloe vera
juice can help with weight loss by boosting the metabolism, clearing your digestive tract,
and flushing your system of toxins. The juice should be taken orally on a routine basis
for several days. You should also take a small break from the juice rather than using it
as a daily ongoing method. It does have the same effects as laxative so keep that in
mind.

Ideally, if you want to get all of the benefits from aloe vera, you should keep a plant and
juice on hand to use at any time you need it. You can grow the plant indoors and if you
buy the juice you can keep it on hand for several weeks.

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Self Care For Women

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5 Effective Ways To Stay On Track With Weight Loss

Many people would love to lose 5 pounds, but there are those who need to lose, as much as 30, 50, or even 100 pounds. A journey like that is not short nor is it easy and often includes ups, downs, plateaus, and setbacks.

So how can it be accomplished? You’ve seen the stories of heroic triumphs plastered across the Internet, social media, talk shows, and infomercials, the ones with amazing headlines such as, “Amazing Mom With 5 Kids Finds Time to Hit the Gym” or “Spectacular 100 Pound Weight-loss With Common Sense Tactics.”

These are not miracles, these people  used sensible tactics to reach their goals.

1.) Treat Yourself as a Human
To err is human. The truth is willpower is not an endless supply of magic beans, you run out and at some point and fall off the wagon. You will find a stressful situation you can’t seem to manage. You may binge while you are all by yourself or in front of everybody at a celebration.

The key is to forgive yourself. Know that it happens to everybody and one bad day doesn’t mean you are failing or that you have worked for all this time for no reason. A cheat day or wavering in your willpower means you are human. Be prepared and expect it, they key is to move on and get back on track immediately.

2.) Set Manageable Goals
A 50 or 100 pound loss while impressive is not by any means unattainable, but reaching goals renews your motivation. If you want to keep your weight loss on track, break it down into bite-sized nuggets.

Plan to lose about 5 to 10 pounds a month (as about a one to two pound loss each week is considered healthy and sustainable weight loss). Anything more than that, is a celebration. Anything less is still a victory. The important part is you are setting manageable goals with healthy ideas about what your body is most likely capable of supporting.

3.) Find A Buddy
Weight loss in particular is easier when you decide not to go it alone. A workout buddy is a big help. You can diet at home with your spouse, join a weight loss app or program, and hire a Registered Dietitian or a physical trainer. The bigger your support group the more people’s energy you have to draw on and the more consistently you feed off that energy and comradery the better off you will be.

4.) Break the Plateaus
Wow, you are doing the work and it is really paying off you have lost 10, 15, even 25 pounds. You keep things going, but you can’t seem to shake anymore. It all stops working, the diet, the cardio, the strength training seems to stop being of any value. Your journey has plateaued and you find yourself a little bit hopeless all over again.

Power through a plateau by getting out of your rut. Often in weight loss, we find ourselves in routines for workout and food. Changing your routine by taking an extra or different workout class, adding strength session to your week or adjust your protein ratio. Shocking your system is one of the most effective ways to work through a plateau.

5.) Make Your Biggest Changes Small Ones
The best ways to make your weight loss stick involve small sustainable changes you don’t really notice. Flavored waters instead of soda during the day and with meals, smaller plates when you eat, skipping dessert, or eating a little fruit instead of cake are all small sustainable changes to keep your weight loss on track. Most important, these profound habit changes ensure long-term weight loss success.

The best changes, the ones that make the most difference are the ones you can stick to for longer than the 6-12 weeks of your weight loss plan.

 

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Top 7 Vegetarian Diet Myths

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Are Vegetarians Healthier Than Meat Eaters?

Who is the healthiest of them all? This age-old debate has preoccupied researchers, physicians, politicians, and everyday citizens. People in the Western world seem to be obsessed with their health. All kinds of diets flood the media, and countless health magazines line the store shelves. In particular, there has been a lot of controversy about whether a vegetarian diet is healthier than a non-vegetarian diet.

Vegetarians, and many researchers, have long insisted that a non-meat diet helps reduce the risk of certain diseases and makes it easier to lose weight, while meat eaters insist that vegetarians do not get enough protein.

Research from the Austrian Health Interview Survey even suggests that vegetarians are less prone to develop allergies, anxiety disorders and have a 50% lower risk of cancer and heart attacks.

So, what is fact and what is fiction?

The Truth About Vegetarians Vs. Meat Eaters

Studies show that vegetarians have a lower body mass index than meat eaters. Meaning that they tend to weigh less, and have a lower risk of heart disease, Type 2 diabetes, and incidence of cancer.

In regards to the claim that vegetarians do not get enough protein, this is only a myth. There are plenty of foods that are high in protein, including, nuts, beans, legumes, whole grains, tofu, even fruits and vegetables. The majority of vegetarians have no issue getting enough protein. However, they do sometimes have an issue with getting enough B12, so vegetarians are often encouraged to take a vitamin B12 supplement.

Regarding meat, some studies show that meat eaters have a higher risk of heart disease, obesity, and other diseases, while other studies say that vegetarians actually have a higher risk of heart disease, cancer, depression, anxiety, and other disorders.

The reasons for these discrepancies are relatively straightforward:

1) Many people who choose a vegetarian diet are more health-conscious in general and thus make other healthy lifestyle choices (e.g., not smoking, not drinking heavily).
2) Many people who become vegetarian choose so because of existing, ongoing health problems that they want to improve (e.g., diabetes, allergies, anxiety). Thus, vegetarians may seem healthier in general because of other healthy lifestyle habits, or on the flip side, they might have disorders and problems that meat eaters do not have because they developed these conditions and then became vegetarian to try to reduce these problems. Studies that do not control for these factors may present incorrect information.
In truth, a vegetarian is not necessarily healthier than a meat eater is. It all comes down to individual choices. A vegetarian who consumes a lot of sodium, sugars, refined grains, and saturated fats is not healthier than a meat eater who consumes a lot of fruits and vegetables.

Choosing A Lifestyle

There are many reasons that people choose to eat a meatless diet, some are ethical in nature, others are for religious reasons, some people simply cannot tolerate eating anything that once lived and breathed, and others just feel that it is a healthy choice. Conversely, many love steaks and chicken, so for them, choosing this type of lifestyle can prove difficult, unless there is compelling motivation to quit eating meat. Keep in mind that a diet that includes meat can be healthy.

The Healthiest Foods To Incorporate Into Your Diet

A reason that studies show a higher risk of heart disease, obesity, and other problems in meat eaters is due to saturated and trans fat. Meats, especially red meats, are high in saturated fat.

For the healthiest diet possible, focus on a menu that is rich with the following items:
1. Vegetables

2. Fruits
3. Whole Grains
4. Legumes
5. Nuts
6. Plant-based Oils
7. Seeds

Regardless of being a vegetarian or meat eater, the foods that you consume on a regular basis dictate how healthy you will be.

Focus on the seven foods above to reduce your risk of heart attack, obesity, Type 2 diabetes, and other diseases. Monitor the amount of saturated fats that you consume, and if you are a meat eater, consider swapping your steak for grilled chicken or fish on a frequent basis. With the right diet and lifestyle choices, meat eaters are just as healthy as vegetarians are!

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Herbs That May Help Knock Out Pain

Pain is the leading reason that people end up turning to natural remedies. This may be
out of a need to find something they may already have in their home. It may be a
financial need because the prescription medicine is too costly or the combined doctor
visit and prescription is too costly. It may also be due to the avoidance of putting
chemicals into the body and wanting a simple natural tried and true solution to their
pain. Regardless of the reason, the key aspect of pain and natural medicine is to find an
herb that is readily available or easy to grow and has high potency equal to that of over
the counter pain medications. Here are four of herbal options that fit all of those criteria.

White Willow Bark

White willow bark is an easy to find herbal supplement both online and in local stores.
This herb is usually found in a ground up brown colored powder. It can be found in
most health food stores in the form of a capsule or as a powder that can be used in
teas, tinctures, and vegan capsules. You can also add it to foods and drinks. White
willow bark is actually the base for what lead to some of the most popular and widely
used pain medications on the market today. When you buy this herb to help your pain,
you need to consider the potency of the herb. For example, a powdered commercially
processed herb may not have the potency of a tincture of the same herb. If you want the
most potency for your pain, go with a tincture that can be absorbed quickly. You also
want one that is not mixed with other herbs as this may reduce the potency of the white
willow bark, which is actually for the pain and not a filler.

Valerian Root

When people hear the term valerian root, they generally think of sleep. The truth is,
valerian root can be used for a variety of pain including body aches and headaches that
are caused by stress and inflammation. Valerian root should be taken on its own in the
form of a tea or tincture when it is being used as a form of pain management or pain
reducer. If you are using it at night for pain that occurs overnight or for overnight
inflammation, then you will need to use a capsule form. The capsule is not just to help
deliver the root easily to the body. It also helps to form a time release of sorts to
increase the potency of the root over a longer period of time.

Capsaicin

Heat is often used as an application for topical pain. For example, if you have sore
muscles or bruising that is causing pain then heat packs and applying heat may help.
This helps to reduce the pain in the area and helps the muscles in the surrounding area
to relax. One way to get natural heat to the area for a longer period of time than heat
packs can provide is to use capsaicin. This is the very thing that gives peppers their
heat. Keep in mind, if you are using capsaicin for heat, you will need to use a carrier for
it. Even in over the counter versions of this herbal treatment, the capsaicin is mixed with
different carriers to reduce the heat and chance of burning the skin. One popular
method of using capsaicin is to mix it into a salve and apply it to the infected area,
allowing the heat to work until it has worn off.

Clove

You can’t mention pain and herbal pain management without touching on face and
mouth pain. One of the easiest to find sources of oral pain relief is clove. You can either
use whole cloves that have been ground up in an herb or coffee grinder and then
applied to the infected area, cloves that have been placed in a tincture, or clove oil. The
clove is applied directly to the infected area and will numb the area for several minutes
to several hours depending on the potency of the clove. Keep in mind, clove can burn
so you will need a carrier oil of some kind. Coconut oil and olive oil are the most
common carrier methods.

These are just a few of the most common herbs for pain. You can find most in whole
forms or dried forms at herbal shops in your local area. If you find these methods work
for you, you can buy them in larger amounts and store them or create your own
tinctures for later use.

 

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5 Tips To Improve Mobility With Arthritis

For many people, espeically the elderly, arthritis is a debilitating illness. Arthritis causes increased inflammation around the joint that can lead to immobility and pain.
While there are conventional medical treatments that are available for people with arthritis, many wonder what can be done along with medication to help improve mobility with their arthritis. In fact, there are many natural methods to help manage pain and improve mobility.
This article will show you five different alternative therapies and treatments that can help you manage your daily arthritis symptoms and mobility issues.
Hydrotherapy
Web M.D. recommends hydrotherapy as a form of exercise for those with arthritis. Hydrotherapy is similar to exercise and a pool, however, the pool tends to be warmer than a traditional swimming pool. With hydrotherapy, participants can get all of the benefits of regular exercise without any of the impact on joints.
This may be especially beneficial to those with arthritis because the joints are particularly affected. Having an option for exercise that has zero impact on the joints can increase mobility as well as range of motion. Many times hydrotherapy is considered a form of physical therapy and may be covered by insurance.
Range of Motion Exercise
Many sufferers of arthritis keep the affected joints in a tightened position to alleviate pain. Unfortunately, this has the unintended side effect of increasing pain because it shortens ligaments and muscles around the affected joint. This means that instead of decreasing pain over the long-term keeping the joints in a tightened position will increase pain.
The Cleveland Clinic recommends all arthritis sufferers participate in range of motion exercises. The range of motion exercises typically includes stretching and extending the joints to their full ability. Some range of motion programs may include yoga or tai chi.
Lose Weight
Because arthritis causes pain and immobility many sufferers of arthritis have excess weight. The excess weight increases pressure and damage on the joints. The increased pressure and damage on the joints increases pain which causes decreased mobility. It becomes a never ending cycle of increased pain and decreased mobility.
Mayo Clinic recommends that if you have arthritis, you maintain a healthy body weight. If you’re currently overweight and have a difficult time moving a healthy body weight can be maintained through proper diet.
A meeting with a dietitian can help you start a healthy diet if you are not sure where to begin. The dietitian or nutritionist may also have ideas on foods that can help decrease inflammation in the body and reduce pain from your arthritis.
Hot and Cold Therapy
One of the benefits of hot and cold therapy is that it can be done at home. The second benefit to hot and cold therapy is that it is very inexpensive. Heating pads and ice packs are easy to have on hand and don’t cost a lot of money. Healthline suggests that arthritis sufferers try alternating hot and cold therapy to affected joints to decrease pain.
You may find that some days cold therapy works the best on your arthritic joints while other days a heating pad may be better. Having both on hand to use is going to be the best way to ensure that this therapy is effective at increasing your mobility and decreasing your pain.
Massage
The arthritis foundation notes that one of the most beneficial treatments for mobility in arthritis patients is massage. Massage can help increase range of motion simply by relieving tension on stiff muscles and ligaments that surround the arthritic joints.
The arthritis foundation says that the best types of massage for people with arthritis are either deep tissue massage or Swedish massage. If you are having a high amount of pain deep tissue massage may be difficult to tolerate because of how deep into the muscle massage therapist will go. Either way, massage therapy is an easily accessible treatment to help increase your range of motion when you have arthritis.
While arthritis will not go away no matter how well you take care of your body, you can manage your symptoms and stop the progression of the disease. If you combine medication with these holistic approaches to treatment, you are sure to have a happier and pain-free life.

 

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THE MANY HEALTH BENEFITS OF CINNAMON & HONEY

This was shared with me from a friend!
Drug companies won’t like this one getting around.
Facts on Honey and Cinnamon:

It is found that a mix of honey and cinnamon cures most diseases. Honey is produced in most of the countries of the world. Scientists of today also note honey as very effective medicine for all kinds of diseases. Honey can be used without side effects which is also a plus. Today’s science says that even though honey is sweet, when it is taken in the right dosage as a medicine, it does not harm even diabetic patients. Researched by western scientists:

HEART DISEASES: Make a paste of honey and cinnamon powder, put it on toast instead of jelly and jam and eat it regularly for breakfast. It reduces the cholesterol and could potentially save one from heart attack. Also, even if you have already had an attack studies show you could be kept miles away from the next attack. Regular use of cinnamon honey strengthens the heart beat. In America and Canada, various nursing homes have treated patients successfully and have found that as one ages the arteries and veins lose their flexibility and get clogged; honey and cinnamon revitalize the arteries and the veins.

ARTHRITIS: Arthritis patients can benefit by taking one cup of hot water with two tablespoons of honey and one small teaspoon of cinnamon powder. When taken daily even chronic arthritis can be cured. In a recent research conducted at the Copenhagen University, it was found that when the doctors treated their patients with a mixture of one tablespoon Honey and half teaspoon Cinnamon powder before breakfast, they found that within a week (out of the 200 people so treated) practically 73 patients were totally relieved of pain — and within a month, most all the patients who could not walk or move around because of arthritis now started walking without pain.

BLADDER INFECTIONS: Take two tablespoons of cinnamon powder and one teaspoon of honey in a glass of lukewarm water and drink it. It destroys the germs in the bladder….who knew?

CHOLESTEROL: Two tablespoons of honey and three teaspoons of Cinnamon Powder mixed in 16 ounces of tea water given to a cholesterol patient was found to reduce the level of cholesterol in the blood by 10 percent within two hours. As mentioned for arthritic patients, when taken three times a day, any chronic cholesterol-could be cured. According to information received in the said Journal, pure honey taken with food daily relieves complaints of cholesterol.

COLDS: Those suffering from common or severe colds should take one tablespoon lukewarm honey with 1/4 spoon cinnamon powder daily for three days. This process will cure most chronic cough, cold, and, clear the sinuses, and it’s delicious too!

UPSET STOMACH: Honey taken with cinnamon powder cures stomach ache and also is said to clear stomach ulcers from its root.

GAS: According to the studies done in India and Japan, it is revealed that when Honey is taken with cinnamon powder the stomach is relieved of gas.

IMMUNE SYSTEM: Daily use of honey and cinnamon powder strengthens the immune system and protects the body from bacterial and viral attacks. Scientists have found that honey has various vitamins and iron in large amounts. Constant use of Honey strengthens the white blood corpuscles (where DNA is contained) to fight bacterial and viral diseases.

INDIGESTION: Cinnamon powder sprinkled on two tablespoons of honey taken before food is eaten relieves acidity and digests the heaviest of meals

INFLUENZA: A scientist in Spain has proved that honey contains a natural ‘Ingredient’ which kills the influenza germs and saves the patient from flu.

LONGEVITY: Tea made with honey and cinnamon powder, when taken regularly, arrests the ravages of old age. Use four teaspoons of honey, one teaspoon of cinnamon powder, and three cups of boiling water to make a tea. Drink 1/4 cup, three to four times a day. It keeps the skin fresh and soft and arrests old age. Life spans increase and even a 100 year old will start performing the chores of a 20-year-old.

RASPY OR SORE THROAT: When throat has a tickle or is raspy, take one tablespoon of honey and sip until gone. Repeat every three hours until throat is without symptoms.

PIMPLES: Three tablespoons of honey and one teaspoon of cinnamon powder paste. Apply this paste on the pimples before sleeping and wash it off the next morning with warm water. When done daily for two weeks, it removes all pimples from the root.

SKIN INFECTIONS:Applying honey and cinnamon powder in equal parts on the affected parts cures eczema, ringworm and all types of skin Infections.

WEIGHT LOSS:Daily in the morning one half hour before breakfast and on an empty stomach, and at night before sleeping, drink honey and cinnamon powder boiled in one cup of water. When taken regularly, it reduces the weight of even the most obese person. Also, drinking this mixture regularly does not allow the fat to accumulate in the body even though the person may eat a high calorie diet.

FATIGUE: Recent studies have shown that the sugar content of honey is more helpful rather than being detrimental to the strength of the body. Senior citizens who take honey and cinnamon powder in equal parts are more alert and flexible. Dr. Milton, who has done research, says that a half tablespoon of honey taken in a glass of water and sprinkled with cinnamon powder, even when the vitality of the body starts to decrease, when taken daily after brushing and in the afternoon at about 3:00 P.M., the vitality of the body increases within a week.

BAD BREATH: People of South America, gargle with one teaspoon of honey and cinnamon powder mixed in hot water first thing in the morning so their breath stays fresh throughout the day.

**I HAVE NOT TRIED THESE REMEDIES THEY WERE SHARED BY A FRIEND**

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5 Natural Ways To Improve Your Sleep

5 Natural Ways To Improve Your Sleep
Getting a good night’s sleep can be refreshing and rejuvenating. For millions, though, a good night’s sleep seems just out of reach. People of all ages across the globe suffer from occasional to chronic insomnia.
Insomnia is a condition that interrupts your ability to fall asleep or stay asleep. If you are suffering from this sleep disturbance, you may be hesitant to turn to harsh medications to help you fall asleep. Here are 5 ways that you can help improve your sleep naturally.
Eliminate Caffeine
The morning cup of coffee seems to be a staple beverage for many people. However, caffeine is not just in coffee. Caffeine can be hiding in the cola you drink, the tea, and even some of the foods you eat. While eliminating caffeine out of your diet 100% may not be possible, try to limit your consumption of caffeine to the mornings only.
Exercise
Not only does exercise help you maintain a healthy body weight and better mental outlook but a Sleep Foundation study found that those who exercised were less sleepy during the day and slept better at night.
While a new exercise routine may leave you a little tired at first, regular exercise will give you more energy and help you fall asleep at bedtime. This may have to do with the chemicals released by the body when you exercise. The neurotransmitters released by the brain during exercise have all sorts of beneficial properties and improved sleep is one of them.
Meditate
Meditation has a restorative effect on the brain. There are all sorts of benefits that meditation can have for a person. Many of the benefits of meditation include reduced stress and a better ability to cope with difficult issues in one’s life.
Meditation is also great for insomnia. A Harvard study found that mindful meditation helped combat insomnia. It invokes a relaxation response in those who participate helping them relax enough to fall asleep quickly and stay asleep through the night. If you are not familiar with how to meditate there are many guided meditation audio programs that you can buy or check out from your library.
Sleep Hygiene
Sleep hygiene is a practice to help you sleep better at night. It has to do with environmental cues. Alaska sleep notes that these environmental cues should be taken into consideration if you aren’t sleeping.
• No electronics
• Keep the room dark and quiet
• Keep your room cool
• Have a good mattress
• Set your alarm clock away from your bed
Get Up Every Morning
Getting up at the same time every day and avoiding naps helps your body follow a circadian rhythm. According to Verywell we need this to sleep well at night. There are two really important elements to this step.
1. Stop hitting the snooze and train yourself to get up at the same time every day. If you hit the snooze button once or twice (or 6 times), you are not really training yourself to get up at the same time every day. If you know you do not need to get up until a7:30, stop setting your alarm for 7. Save yourself the 30 minutes of interrupted sleep and set the alarm for 7:30, get up the first time it rings.
2. NO NAPS. If you are not used to getting up in the morning, then this may be the hard part for you. Napping can throw you off for sleeping at night because you simply are not tired enough to get to bed on time. Skip the nap (and the caffeine), and stay up so that you can get a good nights sleep.
Now you have an arsenal of information that should help you fall asleep faster at night. Remember, finding what works well for you may take some playing around. So, if you don’t get it right the first night or two don’t give up.
These sleep strategies are proven to work. They just take time. Give them a few weeks and you should be sleeping soundly.

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17 Refined Sugar Substitutes For Recipes

Refined sugars add unnecessary calories to the body that are converted to fat reserves stored around the body as flab. They may also contribute to cavities in teeth that could keep you awake in pain.

Sugar has also recently been linked to heart disease in a study published on JAMA Internal Medicine found that the majority of adults in the United States eat more sugar than is recommended and a significant relationship between sugar consumption and increased risk for heart disease mortality exists. Therefore, it is necessary to find healthy sugar substitutes to use while preparing your meals.

Some of the most recommended sugar substitutes include:

1. Honey – It is full of antioxidants, minerals and vitamins. It can be applied on whole meal bread or added to oatmeal to satisfy the craving for sweets first thing in the morning. Honey comes in different flavors depending on the type of flowers in that locality.

2. Artificial Sweeteners – Artificial Sweeteners can be used in baking, for sweetening drinks and in any recipe to replace processed sugar.

Brands Include:
• NutraSweet
• Equal
• Sweet ‘N’ Low
• Splenda
• Sweet One
• Truvia (Stevia Plant)

3. Applesauce – It is said that an apple a day can keep the doctor away; therefore substituting no sugar added apple sauce with sugar in your baked goods will ensure your enjoy your treat without consuming extra calories.

4. Dates & Figs – Both add flavor, dimension and tons of nutrition as a sugar substitute to a many recipes. Baked goods such as cakes, muffins, even hearty breads will soon become a staple in your breakfast, lunch or dinner regimen using figs and dates as a substitute for sugar.

5. Lemon – Squeezing half a lemon in a pitcher of water will enable someone to drink the recommended amount of water. Besides the tangy taste of lemon in oatmeal will allow one to enjoy it without the need for unhealthy sugars.

6. Cinnamon – This is a must have sweet spice in your home as it can be added into your tea or baked goods. It has a delicious aroma that will increase your appetite without adding extra calories to your meals.

7. Raisins – These can be eaten on their own as a treat for your sweet tooth; they are full of fiber and antioxidants. They can be blended or just added into your batter when baking for a delicious treat.

8. Cranberries – Add them to your cereal and skip the sugar for a good start in the morning.

9. Cranberries: If you love cranberries this is the sugar alternative for you. They’re tart and sweet at the same time. Enjoy delicious multigrain pancakes, scones or muffins loaded with cranberries instead of sugar. Cranberries, too, are loaded with antioxidants, so give your taste buds a treat and remember cranberries aren’t just for the holidays.

10. 100% Pure Maple Syrup – Full of antioxidants; it can be drizzled on your waffles or pancakes to satisfy that sweet craving when it occurs. It can be added to a glass of cold non-fat milk to quench thirst on a hot afternoon.

11. Unsweetened Cocoa Powder – Cocoa is full of antioxidants and has a delicious flavor when added to a glass of milk. It can be combined with vanilla for a delicious treat that does not require refined sugar and used in baking recipes in leiu of processed chocolate.

12. Pureed banana – Very ripe bananas are very sweet and can be pureed to be added to milk shakes or in baked goods. A bowl of oatmeal with added ripe bananas is full of fiber beneficial for digestive health.

13. Apricot Puree – Apricots contains vitamin C and iron; they are sweet to the palate making them ideal for a delicious spread on your baked items.

14. Freshly Squeezed Orange Juice – This is full of vitamin c that boosts your immune system. You can have it first thing in the morning to improve your mood and give you a shot of quick energy to face your busy day and use it in recipes to substitute white sugar.

15. Sucanat – This is obtained from natural cane juice that has vitamins, minerals and other important nutrients; it can be added into your beverages and baked items to cater a sweet tooth.

16. Molasses – Made from a combination of sugarcane, beetroot and grapes. It has a delicious aroma full of vitamin c, iron and calcium for healthy baked items. Try drizzling it on your fruit salad to tantalize your palate.

17. Agave Nectar – High in fructose; therefore must be used in moderation. It can be added to cold or hot beverages and to pie recipes to substitute white sugar.

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Spiral Your Health Upward with Vegetable Spiralizers

 

There are certain times in your life when you just feel that your health isn’t all that it could be. You may feel sluggish and catch every bug that comes along. If you feel that your health isn’t up to par, take a close look at your diet.

 

Are you consuming all of the vegetables that you need? Most of us don’t. We snack and drive through fast food establishments to save time and effort and end up avoiding the veggies that could make us healthier.

 

Kids especially are notoriously wary of vegetables on their plates. But what if you could make them appetizing and fun? Try a vegetable spiralizer to put some fun and health back into your veggie servings.

 

A vegetable spiralizer can sensationalize a boring meal, letting you and your family enjoy all your favorite foods such as pasta with only a small amount of calories – but all of the nutrition that veggies can bring to a meal.

 

Most families have pasta at least once a week. It’s delicious and comforting, but it can contain too many calories and carbs for a healthy diet. If this sounds like your family, consider using a vegetable spiralizer as a kitchen accessory that can make a difference.

 

The spiralizers create pasta-type lengths of such veggies as carrots, sweet potatoes, butternut squash and zucchini that will blow your mind and make you and your family think differently about including healthy vegetables in your meals.

 

The benefits of spiralizing also include the fact that it’s quick and easy, taking mere seconds to prepare and less time to cook than ordinary pasta, noodles or rice. After you spiralizer a veggie, you can cook it immediately – no more waiting for the water to boil.

 

If you’re watching your weight, a spiralizer is almost a necessity in your kitchen arsenal. You can make vegetable or fruit noodles and concoct incredible meals that are light in calories, fat, sugar and carbs and can eat more of them without suffering the consequences.

 

Since vegetables are significantly higher in water content, you’ll also help detox your body when you eat more of them through spiralizing. It also keeps you feeling fuller, longer and aids in digestion.

 

Eating spiralized veggies and fruit rather than heavy and high-in-calorie pastas will leave you energized rather than feeling stuffed after a meal. And a small, seemingly insignificant vegetable can reap mounds of healthy, spiral vegetables.

 

Spiralizers come in a variety of shapes, sizes and prices. Check them out online and choose one that’s best for the way you cook – and how many you cook for.

 

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Corporate Fitness and Health Programs for Employees

 

Many businesses have begun to understand that investing in the health and fitness of their employees is a wise move. They are also beginning to realize the effects that it has on their bottom lines. Because of this they have begun to teach their employees the concepts and practices of overall fitness and health. Teaching employees good health and safety principles and practices will not only give them an edge on success but also reductions in healthcare payouts for their employees in sick days.

The benefit of health and fitness education for employees is two fold. The employee will gain lower levels of stress, an increase level of self esteem and improved physical fitness with increased stamina. The employer gains employee productivity increases, decreased rates of illness, and develops employee leadership skills. There is one other benefactor in this whole process-the community. The community will become or stay a competitive player in the market place.

Today companies look to including worksite health care facilities or health and wellness programs to help them to alleviate their profit margin. This has proven a successful investment with the return being healthier longer working employees, less turnover, and protection of the most important asset in any company, which is the employees.

Employers want to keep the people who can do their job as good as possible, and these people need to have healthy minds and bodies to be able to get everything done. While everyone should take initiative on their own to stay healthy, unfortunately many people don’t.

When your employees get wrapped up in the day to day life of work, children, and other chores and tasks they forget to take time for fitness and health care concerns themselves. An employer who handles reminders and consultations of health related information is an employer that quality employees will want to work for and stay with for a very long time.

As we all age physical and mental fitness is sometimes taken for granted and before we know it there is a problem that possibly could have been rectified in a proactive manner instead of a reactive manner. Using a proactive approach could prevent loss of income of the employer and the employee and family if handled with care and respect for the wishes of both parties. Encouraging employees to live a healthier lifestyle outside of work is a behavior that will transfer into the workplace and make for a good or better environment for all concerned.

Some companies have bought into this idea by including memberships to gyms as incentive bonuses, or even as new hire bonuses. They are using fitness and health as a motivating factor to get promotions and raises. So if you are a company, large, small, or otherwise, it will be to your benefit to incorporate a health and fitness education plan.

Maybe a health and fitness program, or incentive for your employees to better care for them and your bottom line in business is the answer. Find a plan that fits your company needs and watch out for your return on your investment. Even if it does not improve your bottom line noticeably, it is still a good idea to keep the plan around for general morale and well-being in your business.

 

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Choose Steamers for Smart and Healthy Meals

 

Some methods of cooking can extremely negatively affect the nutrients contained in healthy foods.

A good steamer is a  nutritious way to cook food from vegetables and rice to fish, chicken and other meats. And steamers don’t use as much energy and are quick to clean up.

There are several types of steamers you can choose. The Chinese have been using bamboo steamers for centuries – and besides providing healthier fare when steamed, your food retains its fresh color and flavor – and those all-important nutrients.

Don’t confuse rice cookers with steamers. You can cook several layers of food items with steamer baskets, whereas rice cookers are more suitable for one layer. The lower levels of a steamer cook foods more rapidly and the steamer doesn’t require any fats at all.

Simply season your foods by adding them to the water or marinating them before steaming. The lower levels of a good steamer will cook your veggies or other items more rapidly, whereas the upper levels take longer and are perfect for larger food items.

Cooking a variety of foods at the same time in the steamer makes for easy cleanup and perfect timing for your meals. Choose from a variety of food steamer types. For example, bamboo steamers can cook food with very little water (no oil) or you can choose a stainless steel steamer that’s BPA-free and dishwasher-safe.

There are certain things you may want to remember when choosing and using a steamer. First, choose a steamer which doesn’t let steam escape. To get the job done perfectly, the steam should remain within the pot.

Always use fresh ingredients when possible and if you’re steaming in one layer, make sure that you cook foods of the same size at the same time. Use as little water as possible (look at instructions for the steamer for guidance) and don’t let it touch the food for perfect steaming.

Also, allow enough space between the food items in the steamer so the steam can circulate to do its job. The instructions for the steamer will recommend certain cooking times, but use your own judgment and consider how much or little you like your food cooked.

Most of all, have fun with your steamer. Add spices and herbs to your food for flavorful seasoning and use your favorite wine or beef, chicken or vegetable broth in place of the typical water for your steamer.

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The Benefits of Cooking with Barley

 

Name a health benefit and chances are it’s a benefit which can be found in the barley grain. Cultivated over 10,000 years ago, first in Ethiopia and then in parts of Asia, the earliest man used barley for food, making alcoholic beverages and for medicinal purposes. Cooking with this power-packed whole grain offers the following benefits to boost your health and fill you up:

 

  • Helps weight loss – Barley acts as an appetite suppressant. When you consume it, you’ll fill up and keep that feeling for a long period of time. It also helps to remove fat from the body.
  • Antioxidants and nutrients – There are nutrients and antioxidants galore in just a cup of barley. It’s also high in manganese, lutein, copper and zeaxanthin—all of which play a huge role in your continued good health.
  • Cholesterol – Lowers LDL cholesterol in your blood by provided “beta-glucan,” a fiber that can effectively reduce the bad cholesterol causing devastating health problems such as heart attacks and strokes.
  • Fiber – One of the most potent sources of fiber (soluble and insoluble), barley is also rich in minerals, antioxidants and vitamins. The soluble fiber helps to detoxify the body and soluble fiber helps to release fats from the body.
  • Prevents colon cancer – You can protect yourself from colon cancer by adding barley to your diet. It’s a grain that contains the good bacteria keeping the large intestine functioning properly.
  • Blood glucose levels – Keep your blood glucose levels stabilized by consuming barley. Those with diabetes improve by ingesting barley since it causes the stomach to digest food more slowly and also slows down absorption of carbs.
  • Protects against atherosclerosis – This grain is a good source of the B-vitamin, niacin. Niacin protects against cardiovascular risks, reduces bad cholesterol and provides fiber for additional health benefits.
  • Post-menopausal health for women – Consuming whole grains, such as barley, can prevent high blood pressure and cardiovascular disease that sometimes occurs in post-menopausal women. It slows the progression of plaque that narrows the blood vessels and the progression of stenosis (narrowing of arteries).

Barley has a wonderful, nutty flavor and a pasta consistency, so it adds variety to your recipes besides having some of the best health benefits of any grain. You can sprout barley too. Sprouted barley is high in maltose, a sugar used (when fermented) as an ingredient in alcoholic beverages such as beer.

 

A big pot of soup with the addition of barley is an especially good meal for a cold winter day and it can improve the nutrition in whatever soup you’re cooking. Its robust flavor and texture can improve almost any dish.

 

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Sustainable Living: What Does it Mean?

Recently, you may have been hearing a lot of buzzwords such as “green” or “sustainable” living. The truth is, however, that these are more than just buzzwords. Sustainable living and green living are interchangeable concepts, which both mean living a lifestyle that does not harm the environment, but encourages its health and stability.

For the last few hundred years, mankind has been living unsustainably, simply meaning that we are using the earth’s resources faster than the earth can produce them, and many of these resources can’t come back once they’ve been used.

Due to this, we’re creating a world where nature is being thrown sharply out of balance, which can spell disaster for the entire planet. Fortunately, we can turn things around by changing our habits—one of which would be changing our lifestyles from those of constant consumption to those that are more conscientious about the safety and health of the environment.

Sustainable Living: A Definition

Sustainable living refers a lifestyle that strives to reduce one’s carbon footprint. This simply means living in such a way that preserves instead of consumes the earth’s natural resources, as well as preserves their own personal resources.

The point of sustainable living is break the cycle of overconsumption seen throughout the world. So many people commonly consume and consume until nothing is left when they should be learning to conserve their resources in order to make them last longer as well as share them.

There Are Some Extremes

When some think of sustainable living, they may envision individuals who take things a little far. Some examples may include urinating in a jar to preserve water in the toilet, reducing showers to once or twice a month, or shutting off power despite the needs of the house or family.

While this may work for some individuals, for most, it can make life unnecessarily difficult. With this in mind, it is important to remember that moderation is a good rule of thumb.

Living sustainably can be done by making small changes to your everyday life that will not only benefit the environment, but also perhaps change your lifestyle for the better.

Great Ways To Live Sustainably

Try these simple lifestyle changes to integrate “green” habits into your everyday routine.

• Organic Eating: One of the easiest changes you can make is to switch to organic foods. By helping sustain organic markets and farms, you’re helping reduce the use of chemicals in our food and soil. Some say that organic eating can be expensive, and while this can be true, it doesn’t have to be. You can shop at local farmers markets as well as do your own farming. Many people have taken to creating their own fruit and vegetable gardens as well as housing chickens for fresh eggs. This option may take some money to get started, but once you’ve got a garden going, it’s easy and inexpensive to keep it running.

• Be Mindful of Your Water Usage: Instead of reducing showers or abstaining from flushing the toilet, there are other ways to preserve water. Set a timeframe for your shower, shut off the water while brushing your teeth and washing your face, and water your lawn in the evening when it’s cooler and there’s a higher chance of all the water absorbing into the soil.

• Turn of Lights When You Leave the Room: The best way to conserve energy is to turn of lights and some appliances when you leave the room. If you’re typically leave lamps or the television on when you’re not in a room, train yourself to always turn these things off when you plan to vacate a room for an extended amount of time. A quick run to the bathroom doesn’t require shutting off all lights and power, but if you’re in your bedroom and decide to go spend some time in the backyard, don’t leave things up and running.

• Walk/Ride More: If you typically drive a lot and would like to reduce your carbon footprint, cut down the use of your car (if able). Instead, take walks or ride a bike, skateboard, scooter, or even rollerblade to your destination. If you’re unable to give up driving, maybe invest in a “green” vehicle that uses less gas and doesn’t give off toxic emissions.

• Save Your Own Resources: Another great way to live sustainably is to preserve your own personal resources. This means being smart about how much you use and how much you save. For example, when it comes to food, eat smaller portions and wrap up leftovers. Eating your food quickly can only mean you’re spending more on groceries which, let’s face it, can be pretty expensive. Similarly, things like toothpaste, paper plates, paper towels, body wash, lotions, and so much more can be used up quickly. It all circles back to the consumer-thought process of using more than there is and not thinking ahead. Instead, look at these things practically and do what you can to make them last. Use the smallest necessary amount of toothpaste to get your teeth clean, stick to a dime sized amount of body wash or shampoo in the shower, don’t overuse paper plates and paper towels just because they’re there.

One of the best ways to get into a mindset of living sustainably is to remember that nothing is set in stone. We often use things quickly without regard to preservation because we know we can always get more. If we run out of crackers, we can run to the store and get more.

If we’re running low on lotion, there’s a market just down the street. Need food? There are plenty of restaurants all over. While this is technically true, it does not mean that these things will always be there.

Things can change, and problems can arise, making it important to prepare for the unforeseen by living smart. Preserve food, don’t overuse water and power, and consume in moderation. It’s the best way to live for both you and the environment.

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