My family's health is one of my most important priorities. And if I’m being honest, the most direct way to positively impact my family’s health is through food.
If I continually allow my children to eat processed foods with harmful ingredients such as artificial flavorings, food dyes, and high fructose corn syrup, they will experience trouble with their health. On the other hand, if I intentionally provide my family with real food, that’s going to make their bodies happy, and I’ll know that I’ve done my best to take care of them.
ALDI has made enormous strides over the past few years in upping the quality of their products while keeping them affordable. In fact, two years ago when we switched from our regular grocer to ALDI, our grocery bill was cut in half (literally; no exaggeration).
Time after time, I find that diet plays a much bigger role in body physique than exercise does. Sure, both are vital when it comes to living healthfully. But if you're wanting to look leaner without spending hours in the gym lifting weights or doing cardio, start paying attention to what type of food you are putting into your mouth.
Here are five ingredients to cut out of your child’s diet NOW, which will not only begin the path to healing, but will likely result in improved behavior almost immediately.
It’s easy think about your diet and wonder if you’re doing it “right.” In this article, you'll find how how to know.
One month after eating vegan, I decided to go fully raw for enhanced benefits. My life began to change immediately. My sugar cravings went away, my brain fog dispersed, and I was able to think more clearly and rationalize, I began to reprioritize my entire life.
If you’re like many of our readers, you have known or currently know someone who has autoimmune disease, the leading cause of death among young and middle-age women in the United States. Autoimmune disease originates from an abnormal immune response of the body against substances and tissues present in the body. Here are some practical ways from Aleana to beat Autoimmune disease.