Healthy Eating

Girl holding paper bag full of produce

We’re inclined to think the cost of eating healthy foods is way over the price cliff. And, since food may be the most controllable expense in our budget, we buy as cheaply as we can and waste as little as possible.

But the devil is in the details and on the tip of your taste buds, too. We want to enjoy our food, and these helpful hints can show you how to eat healthy on a tight budget and love every bite of it, too!

Cant Stop Thinking Thinking

Highlights

  • Obsessive food thoughts are experienced not only by overweight people but also by those of a healthy weight.
  • Always thinking about food can be triggered by habit, but can also be due to lack of nutritional needs.
  • The Almased Weight Loss Phenomenon adds nutrition as well as the reduction of hunger and cravings to help deal with a preoccupied "busy mind" due to hunger.

Eating Out Friends

Highlights:

  • Accurate portion control is a must-do when weight loss is the goal.
  • Both restaurant portioning and fast-food industry growth have skyrocketed since the 1970s, resulting in an obesity epidemic.
  • There are easy tricks to identify and achieve properly sized food servings, dining out and eating at home.
  • The Almased Shake is a perfectly portioned solution to help prevent over-eating or as a meal replacement for nutrition and weight control.

Holiday Weight Scale

Highlights:

  • The holidays are upon us and we’ve learned to expect some extra waistline bulge. But is there a way to enjoy the yuletide ‘extras’ without the extra belly fat?
  • When watching your weight you don’t want to slow down your metabolism. But that is precisely what alcohol does. Some alcoholic drinks are more diet friendly than others.
  • Here are the 5 tips to help you enjoy the festivities without the excess fat gain. Enjoy!

Not all sugar fruit

Highlights:

  • Research shows that sugar is addictive and has toxic effects comparable to alcohol. Sugar substitutes are not suitable for good health and lead to weight gain.
  • Natural sugars are found in foods like milk (lactose) and fruit (fructose). Added sugars are put into foods during processing, preparation, or at the table.
  • Naturally occurring sugars are necessary for good health. The body digests carbohydrates into glucose – our primary source of energy.
  • Honey contains valuable nutrients, but these are eliminated when heated during processing. However, raw honey retains its valuable phytonutrients and many health benefits.
  • All-natural Almased is made from enzyme-rich raw honey act as metabolism catalysts.

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