6 Easy Ways To Make Your New Year Resolutions Stick!

The New year is here and now is a great time to set goals refocus in what you want to achieve this coming year. When it comes to goal setting there are many different ways to do so, in today’s post I’m going to be sharing some if the ways I think work best and hopefully simplify the process for you.

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Health Problems Caused By Alcohol Consumption

It is no secret that consuming excessive amounts of alcohol can cause major health problems and accidents. However, there are tons of other health conditions that are closely related to alcohol consumption. The next time you consider opening a bottle of beer, think again, as you may actually causing more harm to your body.

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What is Cholesterol?

Cholesterol has four main functions. Basically, this substance contributes to the structure of the walls of the cells in the body. In addition, this substance also makes up the digestive bile acids that are found in the intestines. With cholesterol, your body is able to produce vitamin D. Lastly, this substance is essential in the production of certain hormones in the body.

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Understanding Gluten: How It Works and When Should You Go Gluten-Free

Gluten is a general term that is used to describe the proteins that are found in wheat, barley, rye and triticale, a cross between rye and wheat. Gluten is the primary component in foods that help maintain their shape. Basically, this acts as a glue which holds the food together. This is found in various types of food.

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Understanding the Different Types of Fats

Dietary fats are essential to the body, as they provide the body with energy to support cellular growth. In addition, fats help protect organs in the body and keep the body warm. Fats are also essential in the absorption of some nutrients and the production of certain hormones in the body.

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Importance and Dietary Intake Recommendations of Vitamin C

Vitamin C is a water soluble vitamin that has a lot of functions. This vitamin is found in foods like broccoli, tomatoes and citrus fruits.

This vitamin is important for the growth as well as repair of tissues all over the body. This is also important in the production of collagen. Collagen is an important protein that helps form the skin, tendons, cartilage, ligaments and the blood vessels. You will also need vitamin C for the healing of wounds as well as for repairing and maintain teeth and bones.

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What You Need To Know About Hypertension

According to the World Health Organization or WHO, high blood pressure or hypertension is estimated to cause about 7.5 million deaths. Hypertension or high blood pressure is a condition characterized by a greater than normal force present as the blood flows through the blood vessels. This condition can strain the heart and damage the blood vessels. Ultimately, this can also increase the risk of stroke, heart attack, kidney problems and even death.

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Salmon With Simple Sides

So, So, Simple Salmon Per Serve Calories: 327 Fat: 10.3 Protein: 29.1 Carbohydrates: 34.8 Fibre 7.2 Serves : 1 Total Preparation Time: 20 minutes. Region : Scottish Gluten Free: Yes Vegetarian: No Dairy Free: Yes White Meat Only: Yes No Seafood: No Instructions : 1. Put the potatoes into a saucepan, cover with salted boiling…

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Baked Snapper with Cucumber Salad

Baked Snapper with Cucumber Salad Per Serve Calories:   325 Fat:   3.9 Protein:   36.0 Carbohydrates:   34.6 Fibre   1.7 Serves :   1 Total Preparation Time:   20 minutes. Region :   Australian Gluten Free:   Yes Vegetarian:   No Dairy Free:   Yes White Meat Only:   Yes No Seafood:   No Instructions : 1. Pre-heat the oven to 200c. 2. Mix the tamari…

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The Great Calorie Debate

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Calories in Vs calories out as a model for weight loss, has been the go to standard and best practice for predicting weight loss ever since I have been alive, And no doubt your life too. You, yourself have no doubt heard about it and have your own views, but in my experience it’s a two sided debate. You either believe it works or it doesn’t. I believe it does work, and I recommended counting calories. But I like to think of it In a slightly different way. Calorie management.

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