Dispelling Common Diet And Food Myths

Since the infamous pet food recall in March 2007, dog owners have had their confidence in the commercial pet food industry shaken, and justifiably so. In today’s age of information, you’d think it would be easy to find the best way to feed our canine friends. It’s true there is a lot of information available, but so much of it is contradictory or biased that it becomes more confusing than helpful. I hope that by debunking a few common myths, I can help anyone who is struggling with the question of what to feed their dog.
Eggs contain high density lipoprotein cholesterol or the “good” cholesterol. This “Good” cholesterol is needed for optimal health. So in fact eggs do raise cholesterol, but it is the good cholesterol. Eggs are also high in protein and healthy fats making them one of natures great muscle building foods.
Simply eating a quarter pound of candy (chocolates made with sugar) may make your phosphorous levels shoot up after less than two hours and out of balance with your calcium levels, possibly putting you in harm’s way of tooth decay. You see, tooth decay probably isn’t going to happen when your diet keeps your phosphorous to calcium ratio in balance. But first you have to be aware of what that ratio is.
This is has been debated for as long as we can remember. Butter is natural, it is not manufactured by several processing phases, therefore; it makes sense for it to be healthier. Some basic insights on picking primary details of nutrisystem shakes ingredients. However, you should be careful whether you’re using butter or margarine, for you not to ruin your diet.
Looking back, here are some of this Examiner’s most popular food science articles, where we define “food science” as articles on how and why something works as well as debunking Food Myths. The two most popular were one on how to bake a potato in the oven or microwave, and how to poach a lot of eggs at the same time. Have fun reading them!
While it is true that you should make radical changes to your dog’s diet gradually, a variety of meal ingredients given as part of the regular diet is no more disturbing to our dogs than it is to us.
With school starting, and PE class starting, there is the good news: More kids are getting hurt in PE class. Which is good news because it means more kids are taking PE. But that’s still confusing, because this article mentions a 150% increase in injuries since 1997, but obesity hasn’t gone down since then, it has gone up. Hmm. Well, take that how you will. Maybe more PE, plus Bill Clinton, will do something about those pesky love handles.
Although doctors would actually profit from having us lined up, but they do recommend apples. Apples do indeed keep them away and thus eliminate their retirement plans, but not many people stick to this simple rule, and that’s why you find many doctors in Hawaii.weight loss, health and fitness, health, nutrition, wellness, dogs, pets, fitness & exercise, fertility & pregnancy, drugs & medications, diseases & conditions, dieting & weight loss, alternative medicine, green, food & wine, education, dating & relationships, crafts & hobbies, beauty, lifestyle