Tag: reactive hypoglycemia
Being plagued by excessive fatigue is bad enough, but problems with blood sugar regulation also can lead to even scarier downstream issues, including heart disease, stroke, cancer, dementia, and more. Feeling sleepy all the time and being chronically fatigued are classic reactive hypoglycemia and insulin resistance symptoms.
The standard American diet,
Two days before I was assigned this story, my husband demanded that I eat breakfast. He’s not usually one to tell me to do something (he learned 22 years ago that ordering me around doesn’t end well). In this case, however, he knew it was in our family’s best interest
No wonder it’s been dubbed by health and nutrition experts as a “superfood” over the last few years: Kale benefits your entire body, from your bones to your heart to your digestive system. Kale is also versatile, easy to prepare, and delicious, so if it hasn’t found a permanent place
While you may already know that dark leafy greens—like kale or spinach—are some of the most nutrient-dense foods in the world, it’s unlikely you’re aware of a compound in these veggies that acts as a natural appetite suppressant. Swedish researchers recently discovered that sac-like structures called thylakoids, which are abundant
The typical American breakfast is a nutrition nightmare, zapping your energy and altering your appetite! Instead, use these healthy breakfast ideas for nutritious and delicious foods that will boost your energy levels and help curb cravings.
Moderation in all things, the proverb advises—except fruits and vegetables. You’d be hard-pressed to find a nutritionist who speaks ill of plant foods. They are the bedrock of a heart-healthy diet, whatever its form. And the more the better, with few exceptions. If you want to live a longer, healthier
It’s a popular notion that eating smaller, more frequent meals, such as six small meals a day, is a healthier approach than the traditional three square meals a day. Some people believe eating more frequently may help keep their hunger under better control and their metabolism revved up. But some
Thylakoids in leafy greens promote weight loss by controlling hunger hormones and decreasing insulin, making them an excellent natural appetite suppressant.