13 Nutritious Substitutes for Whole Wheat Flour

The Problem with Whole Wheat

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Indy Summers is a freelance writer interested in fashion, healthy living, and fitness. She has worked as a master in esthetician, as a personal trainer, and as a freelance model for several years so considers herself an expert in these industries. For more of her work, visit https://nouw.com/indysummers.

Are Apple Cider Vinegar Shots Worth the Hype?

Apple cider vinegar may be best known as a condiment, but it also has a rich history as a health supplement. Hippocrates, known as the founder of medicine, prescribed a drink made of apple cider vinegar for coughs.

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Health Perch is a digital health magazine focusing on physical and mental wellness, as well as ways to fight signs of aging. We aim to make health and wellness easy to understand and fun to read.

We keep you up to date with the latest health articles, tips, & advice. Catch us on Twitter (@HealthPerch) for even more health news, and keep coming back here to learn how to become the healthiest version of you.

How to Prevent Gut Inflammation

Fiber is Key

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NUTRITIONFACTS.ORG is a strictly non-commercial, science-based public service provided by Dr. Michael Greger, providing free updates on the latest in nutrition research via bite-sized videos. There are more than a thousand videos on nearly every aspect of healthy eating, with new videos and articles uploaded every day. NutritionFacts.org was launched with seed money and support by the Jesse & Julie Rasch Foundation. Incorporated as a 501c3 nonprofit charity, NutritionFacts.org now relies on individual donors to keep the site alive.

Dr. Greger is a physician, New York Times bestselling author, and internationally recognized speaker on nutrition, food safety, and public health issues. A founding member and Fellow of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine, Dr. Greger is licensed as a general practitioner specializing in clinical nutrition. Currently he proudly serves as the public health director at the Humane Society of the United States. Dr. Greger is a graduate of the Cornell University School of Agriculture and the Tufts University School of Medicine.

His latest book, How Not to Die, became an instant New York Times Best Seller. 100% of all proceeds he has ever received from his books, DVDs, and speaking engagements has always and will always be donated to charity. Dr. Greger receives no compensation for his work on NutritionFacts.org.

How Many Carbs Per Day Should I Eat?

Although it’s a never-ending battle for many people all over the world, the benefits of maintaining a healthy body weight have been widely known for years.

The idea behind any weight loss program is simple: use more energy than you consume. In practice, however, most of us know it’s easier said than done.

Limiting carbohydrates has become a popular way to get rid of those excess pounds. It reduces the amount of calories in your diet almost automatically and can also help to reduce appetite.

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Helen Sanders is chief editor at HealthAmbition.com. Established in 2012, Health Ambition has grown rapidly in recent years. Our goal is to provide easy-to-understand health and nutrition advice that makes a real impact. We pride ourselves on making sure our actionable advice can be followed by regular people with busy lives. Follow on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/healthambition

Top Ways to Eat Healthy In a Hurry

With so much going on in our lives, it’s hard to juggle life, family, jobs, classes and making healthy meals. It feels like you need time to make healthy food, and when you’re always on the go, finding time for a meal (let alone a healthy one) can seem like a chore. Here are some quick and easy ways to create healthy meals for families, busy executives, students and anyone in between.

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Born and raised in California. I graduated with a B.S. in Nutrition Science and have been in the field for 25 years. I enjoy putting together meal plans and following the current health trends in the industry. I also enjoy following fashion trends and love finding vintage clothes. I'm a proud mom with two children and three grandchildren.
 

Health Benefits of Consuming Less Sodium

We've all heard that cutting salt from our diet makes us healthier. However, few of us know exactly how a low sodium diet benefits us and how our body becomes healthier. Various studies have found specific advantages from reducing sodium intake. Below we outline the top three ways consuming less sodium benefits our health.

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Mikkie Mills is a freelance writer who's passionate about health, fitness, organic cooking and eating, and yoga. When not writing she loves traveling, hiking, and cooking. Find more from Mikkie on Google+.

A Few Food Additives That Are Actually Good For You

Today, more people than ever are concerned about additives and healthier alternatives to dangerous, unnatural, and artificial additives in food sources. With the millions that brands spend on clever, if not possibly deceitful, marketing tactics to make their food appear healthy, it becomes incredibly difficult to know what to look for on labeling and packaging. This guide will help you navigate the aisles to a healthier life for you and your loved ones without giving up some of your go-to and easy prepackaged frozen meals or bottled salad dressing.

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Kari Oakley gained a love for health and fitness as a young child in Wisconsin. She spent each summer on some type of adventure, either a day at the lake with her family or just hiking with her friends. She took her love for fitness with her through college to get her degree in Kinesiology (Exercise Science). She has been working as a personal trainer/life coach in the Chicago area for the past 3 years. She has recently decided to share her passions with lower income schools in Chicago to help children develop a knowledge and love for fitness. When Kari started working with the kids in Chicago, she decided she wanted to share her knowledge and passion with as many people as possible. She has been freelance writing alongside ever since.

Can Gluten Cause Cognitive Dysfunction?

I'm sure we've all noticed that for a while now, more and more companies in the food industry are choosing to go gluten-free. But, what exactly is gluten? And what are the potential side effects of gluten that are causing companies to remove it from their products?

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Jade is a full-time mother of three children she adores. She graduated with her bachelors degree in Family Studies and Nutrition and works hard to implement her learning into her family life. When not writing, you can find her in the outdoors or exploring museums and aquariums with her loving husband and children. 

Processed Foods: A Health Nightmare

Processed for Good Reason?

As our lives have evolved and living standards have improved, our days have become more and more busy. Time is at a premium for many.

Sometimes life seems like a continuous cycle of things to do, and it can be difficult to balance everything.

With advances in technology, we are inundated with lots of different innovations to save time and make tasks less laborious. One area that has undergone huge changes within the latter part of the last century is food – what we eat, when we eat, and how we prepare food.

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Helen Sanders is chief editor at HealthAmbition.com. Established in 2012, Health Ambition has grown rapidly in recent years. Our goal is to provide easy-to-understand health and nutrition advice that makes a real impact. We pride ourselves on making sure our actionable advice can be followed by regular people with busy lives. Follow on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/healthambition

Time For Kale and Spinach to Move Over

Kale And Spinach: Less Healthy Than We Think?

The first few months of every new year are always a popular time for kale and spinach. These are the two ubiquitous “superfoods” that serve as the anchor for so many New Year diets.

Leafy-green vegetables provide an undeniable amount of important nutritional value, and there are many varieties to choose from. Yet, kale and spinach are so often the only vegetables people gravitate to on the journey to health.

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Mikkie Mills is a freelance writer who's passionate about health, fitness, organic cooking and eating, and yoga. When not writing she loves traveling, hiking, and cooking. Find more from Mikkie on Google+.

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04/16/2018
The Problem with Whole Wheat One of the main problems with whole wheat is its gluten content. Many people with Celiac disease or gluten sensitivity experience digestive issues upon consuming whole... read more
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Wooden bowl filled with oats on whitewashed table.
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Stopwatch next to exploded stopwatch
03/21/2018
With so much going on in our lives, it’s hard to juggle life, family, jobs, classes and making healthy meals. It feels like you need time to make healthy food, and when you’re always on the go,... read more
Glass and chrome salt shaker on table.
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Fresh herbs and seasonings arranged around mortar and pestle
03/03/2018
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Several loaves of various breads lined up on wooden table
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I'm sure we've all noticed that for a while now, more and more companies in the food industry are choosing to go gluten-free. But, what exactly is gluten? And what are the potential side effects of... read more
02/21/2018
Processed for Good Reason? As our lives have evolved and living standards have improved, our days have become more and more busy. Time is at a premium for many. Sometimes life seems like a... read more

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Close up on wheat stalk heads in field.
04/16/2018
The Problem with Whole Wheat One of the main problems with whole wheat is its gluten content. Many people with Celiac disease or gluten sensitivity experience digestive issues upon consuming whole... read more
04/11/2018
Apple cider vinegar may be best known as a condiment, but it also has a rich history as a health supplement. Hippocrates, known as the founder of medicine, prescribed a drink made of apple... read more
Wooden bowl filled with oats on whitewashed table.
04/07/2018
Fiber is Key When you count all the little folds, the total surface area of our gut is about 3,000 square feet. That’s larger than a tennis court. Yet, only a single layer of cells... read more
Various types and shapes of pasta noodles piled together.
04/05/2018
Although it’s a never-ending battle for many people all over the world, the benefits of maintaining a healthy body weight have been widely known for years. The idea behind any weight loss... read more
Stopwatch next to exploded stopwatch
03/21/2018
With so much going on in our lives, it’s hard to juggle life, family, jobs, classes and making healthy meals. It feels like you need time to make healthy food, and when you’re always on the go,... read more
Glass and chrome salt shaker on table.
03/10/2018
We've all heard that cutting salt from our diet makes us healthier. However, few of us know exactly how a low sodium diet benefits us and how our body becomes healthier. Various studies have found... read more
Fresh herbs and seasonings arranged around mortar and pestle
03/03/2018
Today, more people than ever are concerned about additives and healthier alternatives to dangerous, unnatural, and artificial additives in food sources. With the millions that brands spend on clever... read more
Several loaves of various breads lined up on wooden table
02/23/2018
I'm sure we've all noticed that for a while now, more and more companies in the food industry are choosing to go gluten-free. But, what exactly is gluten? And what are the potential side effects of... read more
02/21/2018
Processed for Good Reason? As our lives have evolved and living standards have improved, our days have become more and more busy. Time is at a premium for many. Sometimes life seems like a... read more

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