Most of us are influenced by our own mental list of "good" and "bad" foods. Unfortunately, if we eat according to this good food/bad food focus, it can put us at risk for not meeting some of our basic nutrient needs.
With the world's population predicted to grow from 7 billion to 9 billion people in the next 35 years, it has been suggested that animal agriculture is becoming a wasteful luxury. Do we need to eliminate meat, milk and egg production and grow human food instead of animal feeds?
Obesity is a major health issue worldwide, but finding solutions to the problem is amazingly complex. Google searches reveal an overwhelming amount of information on the topic. There are more than 28 million websites dealing with preventing obesity and more than 83 million on treatments to reverse the condition.
The first several months of a baby's life can be a period of great joy for a mother. However, this is not always the case. The postpartum period that follows the birth of a child carries a high risk of both physical and mental health challenges.
With almost a month of the holiday season already under your belt, the belt may be getting a bit tighter. But before you head out to buy a new belt (and wardrobe) for 2014, consider a few of the following tips to rein in that unruly appetite in the midst of plenty.
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