A food allergy or food intolerance occurs when there is an adverse reaction to the ingestion of a food. The distinction between the two terms is that in a classic food allergy the immune system is involved to produce a true allergic reaction to produce more severe symptoms while in a food intolerance symptoms are generally less serious and often limited to digestive problems.
Madre Labs Zenbu Meal Replacement Shake Recipes
September 21 2017
In today's fast-paced world, many people do not have the time to sit down and eat a meal. Often, people are in a hurry and end up skipping a meal. This is not a good idea because it could lead to excessive hunger and poor food choices later in the day. Skipping meals also has adverse effects on metabolism, energy and mood. Instead of skipping a meal, a person could enjoy a meal replacement shake made with the Madre Labs Zenbu Meal Replacement Powder.
5 Delicious Gluten-Free Breakfast Recipes
March 29 2019
Although the marketplace has stepped up to the challenge of providing delicious gluten-free products as well as easy-to-use ingredients for those with gluten intolerance, individuals who like to cook may still find themselves in a breakfast rut from time to time.
What is Monk Fruit? + Healthy Monk Fruit recipes
October 12 2018
A growing trend in the health food world is the use of monk fruit. This is a small, green fruit that's also known by the name of Luo Han Guo or Siraitia Grosvenorii.
13 Ways to Get Healthier
September 1 2017
There are things we can do each day to improve our health and create a more “disease resilient” version of ourselves. While a person may have a genetic predisposition for a disease, research shows us that a healthy lifestyle, diet and optimistic thoughts can turn off disease causing genes while turning on disease preventing genes. The opposite is also true. Our genes are not our destiny.
8 Antioxidants to Incorporate Into Your Diet
April 29 2019
You’ve probably heard that you should be incorporating more antioxidants into your diet, but what exactly are antioxidants and where can you find them?
Homemade Oat Milk Recipe + Benefits
August 7 2018
Many people are on the lookout for an alternative to dairy milk without the fuss and expense. Oat milk is just the thing! All it takes is a couple of ingredients and 10 minutes for healthy, delicious, easy-to-make oat milk. Check out the recipe and enjoy the benefits!
Natural Relief For PMS
April 26 2017
Think PMS is a normal part of being a woman? It doesn’t have to be! You can feel better—less moody, bloated, and fatigued, for example—by trying a few select nutrients.
A Guide to Non-GMO Baking Substitutes
May 14 2019
Many people wish to enhance their organic eating habits by reducing the consumption of genetically modified organisms, or GMOs.
Types of Protein Powders from Whey to Vegan
August 4 2017
Protein powder is a favorite nutrient among dieters, bodybuilders and cleanse aficionados. These powders work by providing the body with one of its most basic building blocks. There are many forms of protein powder available, and each contains several of the amino acids that the body needs for energy and muscle growth.
Delicious Whey Protein Recipes That Aren't Shakes
October 15 2019
Whey protein is a type of nutritional supplement made from certain proteins that are found in dairy.
Are you Deficient in These Fat-Soluble Vitamins?
October 16 2019
In the early 20th century, it was believed that humans only required four types of nutrients: proteins, carbohydrates, fats, and minerals. Since then, our understanding of health and nutritional needs has greatly evolved.
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