is nourishing our bodies
with real, whole foods enabling us to remain
satisfied and energized to live life to the fullest!
No Junk Foods eCookbook: Winter Edition 2017
No doubt you are familiar with Meatless Monday...a global movement, launched in 2003 with a simple message: "Once a week, cut the meat."
Medical research has shown that lowering meat consumption may reduce the risk of cancer, heart disease, diabetes and obesity and even lengthen one's life. "The health benefits are clear. People who eat fewer animal products have lower rates of obesity, dementia, arthritis, high blood pressure, kidney disease, gallstones, hemorrhoids, constipation, diverticulosis, and appendicitis.
People who eat completely meatless diets are half as likely to become hospitalized or require medications, and they’re less likely to need emergency medical procedures. Meat-free diets are even being used to reverse chronic diseases: opening clogged arteries, curing type 2 diabetes, and alleviating obesity." Dr. Michael Greger.
This is a wake up call for all of us to make significant changes in our lives.
Here's to your health!
No Junk Foods eCookbook: Fall Edition 2016
21 Fall-Inspired Recipes: Starters, Soups, and Suppers
One of the keys to fighting obesity is to eat foods that have a high-nutrient value. You must eat a diet of predominantly unrefined foods that are nutrient-and fiber-rich if you want to lose weight.
The basis of this recipe book is to provide you with easy to fix foods that are high in nutrients. Nutrition is not low fat. It’s not low calorie. It’s not being hungry and feeling deprived. It’s nourishing your body with real, whole foods so that you are consistently satisfied and energized to live life to the fullest.
Here’s to your health!