This post will mainly focus on the gravity of iodine deficiency as seen on women, especially pregnant women, following a modern Western diet, particularly plant-based. We will start with a quick introduction to iodine and its functions and we will navigate through the meaning of a iodine deficiency while pregnant or not, leaving you with some very disturbing findings coming from Iceland.
We often complicate matters more than needed: weight loss is achieved via a nourishment plan that is very specific to an individual as it aims at creating a negative energy balance. So yes, it might be that for you, as a particular individual, a ready-made weight loss plan will not work because the variables will simply not add up to maintain a caloric deficit in your specific case.
You’ve probably heard the concept being used very often in the past year and closely related to diet-opposers and groups such as HAES (Health At Every Size) that’s a trademark of an hypothesis started within the Fat Acceptance movement and promoted by the Association for Size Diversity and Health.
There has been an increasing fame for fermented foods lately mainly due to the health benefits that arrived with the trend of brewed kombucha drink that’s being enjoyed now everywhere in the world. Fermented foods are a rich source of beneficial bacteria yeast that will aid the breakdown of sugars which results in much longer shelf-life for products due to the fermentation process while increasing the good bacteria in your food in comparison with untreated fresh produce.
Quick band aid weight loss fix or long-lasting health? Pick your choice. Those looking for quick weight loss solutions will probably look into eating some sort of light margarine on the morning bread. How effective that is?