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Plant-Based Protein Can Lower Your Disease Risk: 8 Choices to Keep in Stock

Plant-Based Protein Can Lower Your Disease Risk: 8 Choices to Keep in Stock

Adopting a plant-based diet, studies suggest, can lower your risk of chronic disease and extend your life. That’s why health experts are recommending the addition of a few meatless meals—ones that contain plant-based protein—to your weekly meal plans.

Plant foods are known to contain fiber, vitamins, minerals, phytochemicals, and healthy

10. Bringing it Home

Adopting a healthy eating plan that tastes delicious and feels doable for the long term can be a powerful tool to prevent, delay, manage, or even reverse chronic health conditions. That’s important to preserve the kind of life you envision for yourself as the years go by, but it’s also

6. Healthful Eating Made Easy

Healthy food doesn’t have to be boring or tasteless, and it doesn’t have to be difficult to make. With a little preparation and some practice, you can make small changes to your dietary intake that can add up to big benefits for your health.
Small Changes and Super Swaps
Sometimes small changes

Eating for the Environment

Food production impacts the environment, and interest in how food choices can reduce this impact is rising. According to the 2018 International Food Information Council Foundation food and health survey, 59 percent of consumers say it’s important to them that the foods they purchase and consume be produced sustainably, up

2. Protein-Rich Superfoods

Protein is an essential component of any healthy dietary pattern. Your body uses protein to build, maintain, and repair bones, muscles, and skin, and it’s a key ingredient in hemoglobin, a substance in blood that delivers oxygen throughout your body. Protein also provides the material to make enzymes, hormones, antibodies,

Smart Swaps for Meat

People are changing their diets—they’re eating less meat. Whether to improve health, the environment, or the economy, movements aimed to reduce meat intake, such as Meatless Monday and flexitarianism are gaining traction. More of us are interested in limiting or eliminating meat from our diets. With today’s multitude of meat

7. Healthful Eating Made Easy

Healthful eating doesn’t have to be boring or tasteless, and it doesn’t have to be difficult. With a little preparation and some practice, you can make small changes to your dietary intake that can add up to big benefits for your health.
Planning
Recent research backs up the notion that the key

1. Smart Eating For Seniors

Nutrition for Life
If you’ve got your AARP card but you’re still eating the way you did in your 20s, it’s time for your diet to act your age. While most nutritional guidance is “ageless,” you do need to make some adjustments to fit the changing needs of your aging body.

2. Protein-Rich Superfoods

Consuming adequate protein is essential to good health. Your body needs protein to build, maintain, and repair muscles, bones, skin, nails, and hair. Protein also provides the material to make important compounds, such as enzymes, hormones, antibodies, and neurotransmitters. If you don’t consume enough protein, you may experience loss of

Slash Colon Cancer Risk With 4 Healthy Eating Tips

Scientists are studying how avoiding excess inflammation, keeping a healthy population of gut bacteria, limiting carcinogen exposure, and supporting normal cell processes may all guard against colon cancer, one of the most preventable forms of cancer. Fortunately, eating choices can provide protection on multiple fronts.

“Inflammation is one of several hallmarks

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