Plant-based burgers produced by Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat look and taste like the real deal. But are they healthy for you?
Healthy Eating Tips
Recently, I read a fascinating book called “The Telomere Effect.” According to the authors’ research, the length and health of our telomeres play an underlying role in our overall wellbeing and how quickly we age.
It’s difficult to avoid sugar-laden products and refined carbohydrates, especially when traveling. But in your own home, knowing how to stop sugar cravings is totally doable. The good news is that when you tamp down your sugar cravings at home, you’ll have much more resistance to sugary enticements and refined carbs when you travel.
Several Lady Moxy community members have asked about making an investment in their health at a price point that fits their budget. Consider your wish granted!
To satisfy my curiosity about how to achieve the highest quality of life possible, I decided to research life in the Blue Zones. Why? Because residents of the Blue Zones are the world’s healthiest people.
Everything that you read, hear, or see about packaged food has a heavy dose of marketing spin behind it. We are all exposed to carefully crafted brand stories that tout so-called benefits, but omit truthful information.
Before I started Lady Moxy, I spent three months researching various health apps, and interviewing people who had previously tried Weight Watchers (now WW) and Noom. I received lots of insightful feedback. Here’s what I learned before selecting the best app for healthy eating.
The pervasiveness of coconut-based products begs the question, “Are these coconut products healthy?” Is there any science behind the coconut craze that touts its health benefits?