Want to avoid cardiovascular ailments — including heart disease, congestive heart failure and stroke — as you age? A good plan would be to make sure your weekly menu includes one to two servings a week — ideally 104 a year — of fish.
To lose weight, you need to burn more calories than you consume, which inevitably means one thing: portion control. But you're not necessarily doomed to a growling stomach until you reach your goal.
"Portion control doesn't mean you have to eat tiny portions of everything," says Lisa Young, author of "The Portion Teller Plan: The No-Diet Reality Guide to Eating, Cheating, and Losing Weight Permanently." "You don't want to feel like you're on a diet, but you have to eat fewer calories."
Here are 14 easy ways to cut portions, trim calories and lose fat without counting the minutes until your next meal.
These are the tasty ways to keep diabetes, weight gain, joint pain — and other age-related ailments — at bay.
When you take care of your body by eating right, you prevent age-related weight gain — the number-one way to pump the breaks on the passage of time. And it’s not just about how you look; when you slow the aging process, you expand your future opportunities, news.yahoo.com reported.
Long hours of fasting could be both beneficial and dangerous: Beneficial for those who pursue healthy and moderate eating, and dangerous for those who break fast with a feast, said Dr. Mohammad Hashemi, the secretary and member of Iranian Obesity Society.
Including tree nuts in your daily diet could be an easy and inexpensive way to stay slim and fit, suggested a research. Tree nuts include almonds, Brazil nuts, cashews, hazelnuts, macadamias, pecans, pine nuts, pistachios and walnuts.