Diet

by Christopher Wanjek   |   March 25, 2008 Gleaned from:  http://www.livescience.com/2389-preventable-diabetes-prevalence-soars.html More than 20 million Americans, or 7 percent of the U.S. population, have diabetes, but more worrisome is the fact that an additional 20 percent are pre-diabetic. Scarier yet, 40 percent of U.S. adults ages 40 to...

Ingredients: ½ cup              organic almond butter ½ cup              organic dark chia seeds ½ cup              organic goji berries ¼ cup              organic & fair trade cacao powder ½...

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THE VEGAN SOLUTION: VEGE-PRO Finally, an answer to the question that vegans and the health conscious have been asking for years! If you’re like us, you’re tired of searching endlessly for a plant-based protein supplement that consists of complete protein, and is above the average 10-15 grams...

High Protein Smoothie Smoothies are a great addition to your breakfast options. They are delicious and nutritious, and if packed with protein and fibre, it can help control your hunger all day. Smoothies are so versatile. Whatever your personal preferences, dietary restrictions, and ingredients you’ve got in...

Written by Patience Lister - Posted on 21 December 2015 on the PGX website Breakfast can fuel your morning, recharge your blood sugar, and help to prevent the mid-morning slump. Studies show that people who eat a healthy breakfast have an easier time managing their weight. However,...

Written by Leigh Matthews - Posted on 10 December 2015 on the PGX Website Efficient refueling after a workout helps your body build and maintain muscle. Strength training and other types of exercise can cause tiny tears in the muscles which, when repaired, help to make...

Written by Leigh Matthews - Posted on 2 December 2015 on the PGX website Practically everybody knows that sugar is bad for our health, so why is it such a challenge to give it up? What is it that makes many of us crave sugar so relentlessly,...

There’s no “one size fits all” body, so why follow a “one size fits all” diet? This is the notion behind eating for your body type. It’s an age old concept, practiced through Ayurveda, classical Chinese medicine, and various Western systems. An important principle in eating...