5 Diets that Can Be Dangerous

One serious consequence of fad diets is often overlooked. With their extreme rules, restrictions, or protocols, fad diets can at times be dangerous. In fact, some fad diets may lead to nutrient deficiencies and related health issues over time.  

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Stef Keegan
How to Swap Out Bad Habits for Healthy Ones

When it comes to weight loss, bad habits may prevent success. If that’s the case for you, you are probably looking for ways to swap out some of your bad habits for healthier ones.  Here are four actionable steps you can take to create healthier habits and make them stick!

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Stef Keegan
What’s the Scoop on Vitamin D?

Most Americans do not get enough of this vitamin and are at risk for vitamin D deficiency. Inadequate levels of vitamin D can lead to fatigue and depression, and cause rickets or lead to osteoporosis in more severe cases. Vitamin D deficiency may also be linked to the development of some cancers, high blood pressure, autoimmune diseases, and type 2 diabetes.  

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Stef Keegan
The Health Benefits of Eating Fish 

Eating fish as part of a balanced diet can have a range of health benefits. For one, fish is high in protein but low in calories, making it a good food to incorporate if you are trying to lose weight. In addition, the healthy fats in fish may promote heart and brain health. 

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Stef Keegan
Eggs: Nutrition and Benefits

Eggs are often claimed to be one of the healthiest foods that exist. They are loaded with beneficial nutrients and are an excellent source of protein. However, eggs have also gotten a bad reputation over the years, mainly due to their cholesterol content. 

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Stef Keegan
Do You Need Meat at Every Meal?

Meat is often the center of restaurant meals, dinner recipes, and holiday feasts in the United States. America’s fondness for meat is apparent, but is it healthy? Even more, do you need to eat meat at every meal?

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Stef Keegan