Archives for Diet

College Health

by Kendall Ryan September 13th, 2010 | Diet, Exercise, Sleep
College is a time for adjustment for your mind and body. It is hard to get used to such a big change but something you must be most conscious of is your health. Here are some guidelines to keep you healthy this year:

  • Eat healthy. Try to each a lot of fruits and vegetables and minimize the carbs. Carbs are easier and faster to eat on the go but a lot worse for you! Pizza is fast but loaded with oils and fat from the cheeses. Although a healthier diet may be a tad more expensive, you have to allocate
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That Freshman 15

by Bea September 6th, 2010 | Diet, Exercise, Nutrition, Sleep
College... it is the time for new beginnings and reinventing one's being. It can be pretty exciting, but also stressful for most students. They want to try new things and are eager to dive into their new environment. This environment includes new classes, new sights, new friends, and unfortunately (for the most part), a new wardrobe. Why? Well, it is because you just cannot seem to get that very last button put in place on those shirts anymore or the button on your jeans might take a lot of sucking in of your stomach in order to get the
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Vitamin Focus: E

by Louise August 20th, 2010 | Diet, Vitamins
This article is the last in a series focusing on the different vitamins. The other vitamins that have already been covered areĀ vitamin A, theĀ B vitamins, vitamin C, and vitamin D.

What is vitamin E and what does it do for us? Vitamin E has long been known as the vitamin that helps skin heal when applied topically. There are those who buy bottles of liquid vitamin E to apply it to old scars in hopes that they will soon disappear through the magic of the vitamin. Despite many success anecdotes, research has
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There’s an Apple for That!

by TJ Davis August 16th, 2010 | Diet, Health Research
Want white teeth and healthy gums? Want to considerably lower your cholesterol? Want to an easy way to increase the fiber in your diet? Want to lower your risk for osteoporosis and certain cancers? Want help with managing your diabetes? Yeah... there's an APPLE for that!!

If you have ever wondered just why an apple a day is said to keep the doctor away, you may be interested to learn that eating apples provides many healthful benefits, from dentition and digestion to diabetes management and more.

Apples contain pectin which acts as a natural tooth whitener, and biting and chewing the
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Addicted to Slim

by TJ Davis July 19th, 2010 | Addiction, Diet
There are all types of dependencies, but one of the easiest to acquire and hardest to remedy is addiction to diet pills. Weight loss aids come in a wide variety of types and ingredient mixes, and are available by prescription or over the counter. Obesity is rampant in our nation, and the glut of products professing to resolve it have targeted a growing faction of consumers - mostly female - who are addicted to slim. It is pretty well-accepted that the idealization of the female form has caused severe self image issues and feelings of inadequacy among American women
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