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Let Food Be Thy Medicine, And Thy Medicine Be Food – Hippocrates

NutriFit® provides plans that are designed to help you protect and preserve your health, featuring the wholesome foods that you need to stay well by eating well. By allowing us to provide highly customized meals designed for diabetes, celiac disease, cancer, coronary artery, renal/kidney disease and more, you’ll be better able to enjoy lifelong health and well-being Tailor and Price this plan for me Scientific research shows that eating well plays a pivotal role in getting well and staying well. Our meal plans improve your blood panel results. NutriFit® meals enable you to increase your consumption of antioxidant-rich foods. Our low-to-no-salt approach aids in the management of hypertension and congestive heart failure. Our diabetic meals are deliciously healthy and extraordinarily tasty. Celiac disease, AIDS, IBS and other health conditions can all be addressed with our health management meals. NutriFit® makes eating well enjoyable! No single medicine is as powerful as a healthful diet – in the words of Hippocrates, “Let food be thy medicine, and thy medicine be food”. NutriFit has literally changed my life. I have never felt more fit, healthy, and satisfied. – David Continue reading >>

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  1. drum_playing_twig

    Just wanted to share some of the results of my 1 month keto journey. Most of it has been good but not everything.
    The good

    Money! I have so much more money now that I don't waste it all on crapfood, snacks and alcohol

    My poop is somehow much more normal now, like when I was a kid. Before it was always a half diarrhea-ish mess. And my farts smell a hell of a lot less for some reason.

    I have no food cravings anymore. No snack cravings, night cravings etc

    When I eat, I eat til I'm no longer hungry, resulting in much smaller portion sizes

    All meals makes me full longer. I can go for 4-6 hours without feeling hungry again.

    Food is no longer a source of joy for me. I mean, I can still enjoy a delicious meal but most meals are just fuel to me now.

    Edit: Also, I no longer have that afternoon crash where I'd be like a zombie at work, sleepy and tired.

    I've lost 4 pounds
    The bad

    I've only lost 4 pounds. I have my macros down, I eat at a 30-50% deficit and most people seem to have much better results in ths department than me

    Occasionally constipated. Need to drink more water I guess.

    In the beginning I was feeling dizzy and light headed a lot. Bought some potassium/magnesium supplements and it went away

    I feel weaker in the gym than when I was on a "normal" carb diet

  2. Aimwill

    Howdy, congrats on the victories :-)
    Question: have you been measuring yourself? If not, I suggest starting. I have found myself in a stall lately not losing any real weight (basically within my normal fluctuation range) but when I looked at my inches, I had last 11.5" in 2 weeks! Looking at that progress makes the stagnant numbers on the scale less meaningful and reminds me that while my body is shrinking and firming the big jigglness of fat is getting replaced by lean, firm muscles.
    Good luck on your continued journey!

  3. drum_playing_twig

    Hmm this is a good suggestion. I only measure my weight, never my inches. I will start tomorrow morning! Thanks!

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weight loss diet plan, what i eat in a day to lose weight, lose 5 kgs, south indian meal plan, healthy diet plan for weight loss, weight loss food vlog #weightloss #loseweight #skinnyrecipes Breakfast: Sweet Potato & Spicy Green Chutney (Kerala Style) Virgin coconut oil recipe: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qEZMm... Lunch: 1 Jackfruit Roti & Kerala Pumpkin Curry Jackfruit Roti Recipe: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N0Kml... Eve Snack: Cardamom Tea & A handful of peanuts Dinner: Poha Upma - healthy and filling meal ----- PS: I keep hydrated by drinking kerala herbal water and also do 30 mins of exercise. Disclaimer: I do not eat the same meal everyday, I just happened to eat these foods the day I shot this video. By following the same routine, you may or may not get the same results. Everyone has a different body type and lifestyle. Stay healthy and happy! What I eat in a day #1 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cOAKp... What I eat in a day #2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ymF_3... oats cookies: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M8le7... Turmeric Tea: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=prl8f... kerala pink herbal water: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uVY1f... Lauki/bottle gourd cu

3 Day Dairy-free, Gluten-free, Clean Eating Meal Plan With Recipes!

Save Last summer, I tried a high protein diet. I felt terrible and experienced a lot of stomach pain and headaches. So, I decided to try “clean eating” for a little while. For me this meant starting by eliminating all dairy. One week later, most of my problems disappeared! From dairy-free, I became meat-free, and eventually, completely vegan. Now I am mostly gluten-free too, and I have never felt better. It is challenging, however, to keep meals well-rounded on this type of diet, so if you’re trying to eliminate these foods, this 3-day meal plan may inspire you! Day One After reading this meal plan, you might have realized that I love chocolate! That being said, all of my desserts are super healthy, dairy-free, gluten-free and made with raw chocolate loaded with antioxidants. If you desire it, I think it’s a good idea to eat a small piece of a healthy treat every day– this way you won’t feel restricted and binge on junk foods! In addition to my desserts, I always have a fresh fruit too. Note: PLEASE consult with your doctor before making any changes to your diet or medications. The material on this site is provided for educational purposes only, and is not to be used fo Continue reading >>

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  1. stewpot

    Hello
    I am prescribed 3 x 500 metformin tablets per day, to be taken one tablet with each meal. Sometimes I skip a meal (just can't face food first thing in the morning or just work through lunchtime without a break).
    I have always not taken a tablet if I miss a meal, as it tends to upset my stomach, and also (I have assumed) without food in my stomach there's nothing for the metformin to do.
    Is this the right approach or should I take metformin at meal times even if I haven't eaten?
    ta
    stuart

  2. Andy HB

    Hi Stuart,
    My understanding is that metformin is best taken with food. But I think confirmation is needed from those who still use it (I haven't done so since my initial diagnosis).
    However, what I'd say to you is that you'd be better served eating regularly. Breakfast is, after all, a very important meal of the day for all sorts of reasons and skipping it is not doing you any favours. If the body doesn't receive its expected energy boost in the morning it can go into 'starvation mode' which has various effects. The body slows down making you less able to do things during the day. Also, when you do eventually eat, it is likely that you'll eat like a maniac!
    By the way, I say this because when I was younger, I too missed meals and think this was a major contributor to my eventual onset of type 2 diabetes. I often ended up having humungous meals in the evening (great! ).
    So, my advice to you is work out why you are missing meals and do something about it. That'll then solve the metformin issue and will also probably help you in other health-improving ways.
    Andy

  3. Copepod

    Welcome to the forum, stewpot.
    Good advice from Andy.
    Also, remember that every pack of medicine comes with a Patient Information Leaflet, which covers questions like yours.

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The best way to eat on a gluten free diet is to eat unprocessed food. To be 100% sure your food is gluten free is to buy it fresh and make it yourself, because almost many food are gluten free in natural state. Try to avoid foods in a can, unless they are for sure gluten free. Be careful with frozen foods as many of them contain preservatives and gluten hidden within the ingredients. Disclaimer: The information provided by Diet Table channel are for general and educational purposes only and do not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice on any subject matter. Before starting a new diet always seek the advice of your physician. If you have a medical problem, promptly contact your health care provider. Facebook Page : https://www.facebook.com/dietintable/

Can A Gluten-free Diet Increase Your Risk For Diabetes?

A recent study indicates that adopting a gluten-free diet may not help you be healthier. The research, which included more than 30 years of data, found that those with less gluten in their diets actually had a slightly higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes over a few decades. Greg Zong, a nutrition research fellow at Harvard University’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health in Boston, recognized the belief that gluten-free diets are healthier and wanted to see if this belief might have merit. Zong’s team of researchers conducted studies every two to four years in which nearly 200,000 people reported what they ate. Over the 30-year study period, nearly 16,000 of the participants had developed type 2 diabetes. The people who ate the most gluten — 12 grams per day — had a 13 percent lower risk of developing diabetes. What is gluten? It’s a protein found in wheat, barley, rye, and foods that contain these grains. People with Celiac Disease will have serious health problems if they continue to eat foods containing gluten. Celiac Disease is an autoimmune illness that affects the small intestine; when people who have it eat gluten, their immune system responds by attacking the Continue reading >>

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  1. LunaLightfoot

    So, my entire family is dieting right now. I'm the only one doing keto. Every Saturday we all get together to have dinner (I'm talking aunts, unces, cousins, the whole nine yards). My family jokingly calls that day "Fatterday" because they allow themselves to cheat on their diets for that day.
    I'd like to cheat on fatterday as well, but I by no means want to take the whole day off. I'm thinking maybe just a small item I could normally not have. Like a side of potato chips (certainly nothing like an order of pasta). How bad would this be for my keto?
    Do any of you do something like fatterday? Does it help with cravings through out the week? How has it effected your weight loss?
    Thanks :)

  2. MissesDreadful

    You've only been on keto for 12 days, it's really a bit early to think about having a weekly cheat day. You won't be fully adapted for at least a few weeks, and going in and out of ketosis wouldn't help with that.
    After that, that's up to personal opinion.

  3. LunaLightfoot

    thanks :)

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