Reversing Heart Disease

Heart disease in the leading cause of death in the western world. It affects both men and women and has no distinction between races. The various health conditions that can lead to cardiovascular disease include high blood pressure, coronary artery disease, stroke, peripheral vascular disease and congestive heart failure. All of these conditions can be reversed by dietary and lifestyle changes, with no medication at all. Whether you are turning to healthy eating for weight loss or for reversing heart disease, you can benefit probably beyond your wildest dreams. Continue reading Reversing Heart Disease

Healthy Eating For Weight Loss Is Far Superior To Rapid Weight Loss Plans

Rapid weight loss plans are popular because people believe that they will get quick results. What most people don’t understand is that not only are these plans very unhealthy, they are also very hard to stay with, even in short bursts. The better and far healthier alternative is to permanently adopt a system of healthy eating for weight loss. Continue reading Healthy Eating For Weight Loss Is Far Superior To Rapid Weight Loss Plans

Healthy Eating For Weight Loss Also Includes Detoxification

Toxins are a new problem the inhabitants of Earth face. The technocratic and chemical age has produced bumper quantities of unnatural toxins that invade the water, the air, the soil, the consciousness. This means our bodies are not naturally able to deal with this, as it’s not programmed into the way the body works. Continue reading Healthy Eating For Weight Loss Also Includes Detoxification

Tips To Kickstart Your Metabolism

Your metabolism is key yo your weight. How would you like to lose weight by putting in only a small effort? How does the thought of no diet plan, no workout, no machines, no charts, no pills, no mind control, no self hypnosis, no diet drinks sound to you? If this interests you, then you’ll be delighted at the ideas behind Healthy Eating For Weight Loss. Continue reading Tips To Kickstart Your Metabolism

Include Pickles in Your Diet

Many weight loss programmes do not promote health. They focus on a quick way to lose weight. But after the diet, the weight tend to pile back on again. When you adopt a strategy of healthy eating for weight loss, not only do you lose weight, but your health improves.


One of the healthiest foods that can be consumed, to your hearts content and still lose weight, is pickled or fermented food. Before you rush out and buy a jar, you may find that learning to pickle your own will offer better health promotion benefits.

Traditional pickling of foods is made by adding salt (use Celtic or sea salt) to the chopped raw food, normally a vegetable, such as cabbage or cucumbers. Water may be added, vinegar may be used as an adjunct and the food may be pressed, depending on what it is. It is then left for a few days. The probiotic bacteria in the food produces lactic acid which preserves the food.

Any food can be pickled. The limit is simply how the end result tastes. Asian people tend to be keen on pickles.

Fermented, or pickled, food contain many healthy nutrients and qualities:

  • you have all the benefits of the vegetable, such as mineral content and fibre, in a more potent and tasty form
  • you have all the benefits of the raw food with its enzymes and other nutrients that are destroyed by cooking
  • probiotic bacteria improves digestion and boosts the immune system
  • the process increases the vitamin C content, resulting in a healthier immune system
  • fermentation creates new nutrients such as many of the B vitamins
  • fermentation increases the antioxidants available
  • fermentation removes and neutralises toxins in foods – which is explains why eastern soy (fermented) is so much healthier than western (unfermented soy)
  • the resulting lactic acid improves circulation, helps to reduce hypertension, improves the digestive system
  • this is a good diabetics food
  • by adding seasoning such as ginger, garlic, dill, turmeric and other herbs and spices, you get the benefit from these as a bonus
  • pickles are low in calories, so you can eat them to excess with no fear of either gaining weight or damaging your health

Shop bought pickles are usually pasteurised, killing off all the benefits of the fermented food. They tend to use vinegar as the main fermenting medium, but this is not so beneficial as the slower way with salt. You don’t need much salt and the result is not salty.

To make your own pickles, this website, The Most Powerful Cultured Veggies is a great source of information. Be wise in choosing the way to lose weight. Healthy eating for weight loss focuses primarily on your health. Weight loss comes naturally.