Friday, 20 June 2014

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A List Of Healthy Foods Biography

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We all know what anxiety feels like. Your heart pounds before a big presentation or a tough exam. You get butterflies in your stomach during a blind date. You worry and fret over family problems or feel jittery at the prospect of asking the boss for a raise. These are all natural reactions.
However, in today’s hectic world, many of us often feel anxious outside of these challenging situations as well. If worries, fears, or anxiety attacks seem overwhelming and are impacting your daily life, you may be suffering from an anxiety disorder. Fortunately, in addition to anxiety treatments, there are plenty of things you can do to help yourself and reduce your anxiety symptoms, control anxiety attacks, and regain control of your life.
If you have an eating disorder, you may believe that being thin is the key to being happy, or that if you can control what you eat, you’ll be able to control your life. But the truth is that happiness, confidence, and self-empowerment come from accepting yourself for who you truly are—and that’s only possible with recovery.
Overcoming an eating disorder involves rediscovering who you are beyond your eating habits, weight, and body image. It also involves learning to recognize and deal with your emotions in healthy ways, rather than using food—whether by obsessing about it, avoiding it, or overeating—as a substitute.
Heart disease is a worldwide problem and the leading cause of death among Americans. The good news is that over the years, nutrition experts have come a long way in determining what's good for our hearts. Things like alcohol and fat aren't the evil things doctors once thought they were. The trick is to have the right kinds of fats and to drink alcohol in moderation. There isn't any one magic food that can guarantee a healthy heart, but adding certain foods to your diet on a regular basis can go a long way to helping you to avoid the emergency room or operating table.
We'll get to some specific foods in our top five list, but what most people should know is that a whole-foods approach to eating is the healthiest way to go. By whole-foods, we don't mean the trendy g­rocery store that puts a dent in your bank account. We're talking food in its most natural state. For example, raw veggies are best, followed by lightly steamed or sautéed. Fresh potatoes with the skin on are loaded with vitamins and nutrients, but potato chips will clog your arteries. Whole grains like oatmeal are great for you, but sugary, processed instant oatmeal packets lack many of the healthful properties of their unprocessed cousin.
Avoid packaged and processed foods as much as possible and you've got a head start on our list. That said, we'll get to the top five heart healthy foods. Who's hungry?
A whole grain contains the entire kernel; refined grains have been milled -- a process that removes the bran and germ. Ditching these two ingredients may help the shelf life, but it removes B vitamins, fiber and iron. Some refined grains are enriched, meaning some of the vitamin B and iron is added back into it, but you still miss out on the fiber. So what's the big deal about eating the entire kernel and loading up on fiber? You can cut your risk of heart disease by about 15 percent, that's what. This happens because fiber acts like a Brillo pad on the inside of your artery walls, cleaning out the bad cholesterol before it has a chance to stick around. Whole grains are also packed with vitamin E and as most people know, the fiber will aid your digestion -- an added bonus. If you want to make the switch from refined to whole grains altogether, you can reduce your risk of heart trouble by up to 30 percent.
S­o what are whole grains? Oatmeal, for one. And yes, we mean the plain old boring oatmeal, not the yummy sweet packets we discussed on the previous page. You can sweeten your oatmeal with a little cinnamon or scoop a little fresh fruit preserves in while cooking. You can even cook it with a blend of apple juice and water. If oatmeal isn't your thing, get a high fiber, whole grain cereal. Just one bowl of Raisin Bran a day can lower your cholesterol level by 16 to 28 points. Look for breads that list whole wheat as the leading ingredient and try brown rice instead of white.
I would have a bad day and reach for a packet of crisps or a chocolate bar as a way of making myself feel temporarily better. 
I would go to the kitchen, open the cupboard doors and decide which, out of the many treats and titbits inside, I wanted to soothe me.

Watching the television programme made me realise just how little thought I gave to food.  It is always “just there”.  I can have whatever I fancy, and if it isn’t in the house then I would just head to the shop (I live on a street which has two of the “Big Four” supermarkets at each end.. open 24 hours and stocking everything I could possibly want).

That is part of the reason why I am here at WLR.  I was spoilt for choice; food was always in the cupboard and if what I wanted wasn’t there I could just go out and buy it.

The people on the programme were in a completely different world when it came to food.  Depriving themselves of meals so their children could eat.  Literally have a few pence each day to spend on nourishing an entire family;

having to decide whether to have beans OR toast - the two together being a luxury they could ill afford.
It was shocking and a real eye opener.   It made me realise that for some people three meals a day is a complete luxury, whereas I would eat three hearty meals and still fill up with sweet treats and snacks, not because I was hungry, but because it was there and was a means of altering my mood for short time.

One of the comments which resonated with me most was the fact that the lack of choice was difficult.    The famous celebrities who were sharing the experience of “food poverty” were astonished at just how little food people could survive on, and horrified to see that fresh fruit and vegetables, packets of crisps and chocolate bars were completely out of the reach of people living on the tightest of budgets.

Of course, there were different reasons why each of the people who shared their lives for the television programme were struggling to make ends meet. Very different circumstances resulting in a very similar experience for them all.  A telling point was when one celebrity spotted a packet of crisps and some chocolate-toffee sweets in the house she was staying and was positively giddy about the fact, having apparently eaten nothing but toast and cuppa soup for the previous few days.

It made me feel guilty.  Crisps and chocolate bars are always found in the cupboards here at Hudson HQ.  My fruit bowl is always full; the vegetable rack always has a wide selection for me to choose from.  I don’t have to choose between beans and bread, I can have both - with generous amounts of butter and a thick topping of grilled cheese.   It is little wonder that my midriff grew wider as

my eating habits stopped being simply to fuel my body and became a whole lot more.
I have cut down on buying sweet treats as I try to shed the pounds that will see me at goal weight.  I am buying good quality produce which is packed with nutrients and gives my body the very best nourishment.  I am fortunate. 

I am buying less food but spending the same amount of money – because I am fortunate to be able to afford fresh fruit; fresh vegetables; good quality cuts of meat and fine fish.  I can pile my plate high and I have my “food bin” for when I have made too much and am too full to finish it.

So I have made a decision.  I am going to go back to buying a multi-pack of assorted crisps and a six pack of chocolate bars. 

I am going buy more fresh fruit and good quality vegetables. 
I will pick up more bottles of orange or apple juice and if a Swiss roll or two lands in my basket well so be it.  And all of these items will be placed in a separate carrier bag and delivered to my local food bank, which I have just discovered is ten minutes away from my front door.  I will not eat the chocolate or crisps but will not miss them, knowing that somewhere in the town someone who hasn’t had a treat for a very long time is opening a packet and really appreciating what (I am ashamed to say) I have taken for granted.

Many of us are here because we need to eat less and move more.  I plan to do both regularly in the future.  I will “eat less” as more of my shopping will end up in my own cupboards, going instead to people who need it for essential fuel, not just to alleviate boredom, and I will “move more” with a brisk weekly walk to the food bank with a heavy bag of groceries.

A List Of Healthy Foods Healthy Food Pyramid Recipes Clipart List for Kids Plate Pictures Images Tumblr Quotes
A List Of Healthy Foods Healthy Food Pyramid Recipes Clipart List for Kids Plate Pictures Images Tumblr Quotes
A List Of Healthy Foods Healthy Food Pyramid Recipes Clipart List for Kids Plate Pictures Images Tumblr Quotes
A List Of Healthy Foods Healthy Food Pyramid Recipes Clipart List for Kids Plate Pictures Images Tumblr Quotes
A List Of Healthy Foods Healthy Food Pyramid Recipes Clipart List for Kids Plate Pictures Images Tumblr Quotes
A List Of Healthy Foods Healthy Food Pyramid Recipes Clipart List for Kids Plate Pictures Images Tumblr Quotes
A List Of Healthy Foods Healthy Food Pyramid Recipes Clipart List for Kids Plate Pictures Images Tumblr Quotes
A List Of Healthy Foods Healthy Food Pyramid Recipes Clipart List for Kids Plate Pictures Images Tumblr Quotes
A List Of Healthy Foods Healthy Food Pyramid Recipes Clipart List for Kids Plate Pictures Images Tumblr Quotes
A List Of Healthy Foods Healthy Food Pyramid Recipes Clipart List for Kids Plate Pictures Images Tumblr Quotes
A List Of Healthy Foods Healthy Food Pyramid Recipes Clipart List for Kids Plate Pictures Images Tumblr Quotes
A List Of Healthy Foods Healthy Food Pyramid Recipes Clipart List for Kids Plate Pictures Images Tumblr Quotes

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