Eat Fit Food Blog
There are certain antioxidant-packed "power foods" that boost, protect, and prime us for a longer, healthier life, both externally and internally.
Here are the top 8 foods with powerful anti-aging properties that are built to better our health and appearance while also encouraging longevity. They should be added to your arsenal of daily health-promoting tools in order to keep you looking and feeling great no matter how many years you've got under your belt. ..
Monday, July 16, 2012
Stuffed Mushrooms with brown rice, mint, shallots, pepitas, side salad + tomato chutney…
All mushrooms share certain characteristics that help you burn fat and keep illness and disease at bay!
Mushrooms are affordable, accessible and fast becoming more than just 'meat for vegetarians'.
Not only are mushrooms low in calories and carbohydrates they are actually a FAT FREE food. Mushrooms have plenty of vitamins, minerals,
anti-oxidants and proteins which are responsible for boosting your immune system and lowering your cholesterol. They contain a lot
fibre and have very little sodium. Mushrooms contain natural antibiotics which inhibit microbial and other fungal infections. ..
Wednesday, July 11, 2012
Thursday, June 28, 2012
The Eat Fit Food Cleanse, Detox or Overhaul program is a wonderful way to get back on track with your eating habits. Here at EFF we focus on all things natural so if you want to take your program to another level here are some suggestions on how you can use herbs for better health. ..
Thursday, June 28, 2012
I had this delicious dish for breakfast this morning…..IT HAS GIVEN ME LOADS OF ENERGY AND FOCUS TO GET ON WITH MY BUSY DAY!
Properly produced eggs are rich in just about EVERY NUTRIENT we have yet discovered + the perfect way to kick start your day! THE EGG IS MAKING THE COME BACK IT DESERVES!
Shunned for several decades by orthodox practitioners as a high-cholesterol food wrongly believed to cause coronary heart disease. Eating eggs in moderation will NOT give you high cholesterol. ..
Tuesday, June 26, 2012
Imagine a superfood -- not a drug -- powerful enough to help you lower you cholesterol, reduce your risk heart disease and cancer, and
for an added bonus, put you in a better mood. Did I mention that there are no side effects? You'd surely stock up on a lifetime
supply. Guess what? These life-altering superfoods are available right now in your local supermarket.
The effect that diet can have on how you feel today and in the future is astounding.
Even people who are healthy can make a few tweaks and the impact will be amazing. I'd say that 50% to 70% of suffering could be
eliminated by what people eat and how they move: heart disease, diabetes, cancer, hypertension can all be impacted.
You don't need specific foods for specific ailments. A healthy diet incorporating a variety of the following superfoods will help you maintain
your weight, fight disease, and live longer. One thing they all have in common: Every superfood is going to be a 'real' (unprocessed)
food, Somer points out. You don't find fortified potato chips in the superfood category. ..
Thursday, June 21, 2012
Do you have your best body? By that, I don't just mean how it looks, but how it works. Does it take on your daily activities with energy and ease or does get in the way? Getting your best body doesn't necessarily mean being the smallest size or having the buffest body. It means having a body that does what you need it to do without aches and pains. The good news is, it doesn't take much to get your best body. ..
Tuesday, June 19, 2012
I once had a client who asked, "When I eat too many calories, how do they know to go straight to my thighs? Do they have some kind of homing device or what?" I suppose that's one way to look at it since our genes usually determine where we store excess fat and how and where we burn fat. A more important point is that, if we didn't eat too many calories, we wouldn't have any extra calories to store. We have no problem gaining fat but trying to burn fat is another problem. ..
Monday, June 18, 2012
1 – Citrus Fruits
• Includes oranges, lemons, grapefruits, limes, mandarins & tangelos.
• Contain nutrients including high levels of vitamin c, dietary fibre &
folic acid which is great for the digestive system.
• Rich in antioxidants, which helps boost the immune system.
TIP – Have a glass of water in the morning with a squeeze of
lemon. This is a great way to kick start your digestive system. Snack on a whole piece of fruit. ..