In the midst of the holiday season, diet habits built throughout the year often seem to fly out the window. The treats at gatherings look extra sweet and the month-long festivities allow bad choices to add up quick. So many of us allow our eating choices in December to spiral out of control with the thought that January will bring the opportunity to start fresh.
A ketogenic diet has been around for decades and was originally used to treat patients with epilepsy. The ketogenic diet (aka keto) is a high-fat, low-carb diet that typically breaks out your macronutrients into something that may look close to 75% Fat intake, 20% Protein intake, and 5% Carbohydrate intake.
Intrinsically, humans know sugar is bad for us. We know to stay away from too many desserts and to keep soda out of our diet. Over the last few years, consumers have grown even more aware of the effects sugar has on their body.
Are you wondering what the big deal is with mushrooms and why there are so many different kinds? Well, we did. The first thing to know is the use of mushrooms in medicine is not a new fad.
Saying goodbye to summer is hard, gone are the long days and jam packed weekends. Instead we are saying hello to Autumn’s crisp air, a more relaxed schedule and moving family gatherings indoors.