Nutritionists have been debating for years whether milk is good for our diets or not, and although most results show that adults can’t digest milk, most of us still include it in our daily diets and consider it healthy.
When embarking on a weight loss journey, lots of people find themselves mesmerised by the apparently wonderful effects of yo-yo dieting and all those diets that seem strict enough to actually make a difference. But do we really need strict diets to lose weight? And most importantly, what do those diets do to our mind and body?
For several years now, smoothies have been the talk of the town when it comes to healthy alternatives for active and busy people looking to better their lifestyles. But as we have previously covered in some of our articles, a smoothie is not necessarily the best option when it comes to weight loss or diets that require you to eat less to no sugar, because of all the fruits that go into it.
Most of us mistake the concept of health and the idea of leading a healthy life to our physical health, ignoring the powerful influence our mind can have on the lives we lead, and even on the results we are trying to achieve when embarking on a healthier lifestyle.
Almost four months into the new year, it is time to revisit our New Year’s Eve resolutions and take steps towards accomplishing them. Better early than on the run, right?