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Smart snacking means choosing something with protein for balance and slow absorption and avoiding sugar. Drink plenty of water. Sometimes you are dehydrated, not hungry. Below are some great grab and go ideas to become a smart snacker:...
If you think shopping is a chore, hopefully Daniel Plan shopping will change your mind. Consider it as an errand that boosts your health by stocking up on foods that heal. It can also be fun. Whether at a farmer’s market; grocery, specialty, or health store; CSA (community-supported agriculture); food co-ops; or online—buying healthy ingredients that taste good can motivate you to get into the kitchen and cook....
Eating The Daniel Plan Way means you can eat anything based on one rule: Eat real, whole food. Eat a colorful variety of real, whole foods from real ingredients that you make yourself – or that are made by another human nearby. If it was grown on a plant, eat it. If it was made in a plant, leave it on the shelf....
Dr. Mark Hyman says that what you put on your fork dictates whether you are sick or well, slim or fat, depleted or energized. With all that riding on what you eat, it would be easy to feel overwhelmed....
Food blogger Megan Gilmore's second book, No Excuses Detox, focuses on making healthy eating easier with 100 affordable, quick-to-prepare recipes and tips on how to get over our biggest excuses for not eating healthfully. Here, Megan shares the five most common barriers to eating well she's identified in No Excuses Detox: 100 Recipes to Help You Eat Healthy Every Day....

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