Is tea versus coffee even a legitimate match up? Both are stellar in their own right, so this actually isn’t going to be about which is better than the other. (more…)
I recently wrote a post on my change away from a wheat heavy diet. If you missed the post, you can catch up here.
When you mention to people that you are no longer eating wheat, the first question they tend to have is, “Then what do you eat?” This question always struck me as ironic for two reasons:
There’s other food in the world besides wheat.
People don’t seem to realize that there are other foods to eat besides wheat.
It typically starts around 13 years old. That’s about when everyone begins to go through puberty and while there is a war zone going on inside your body, the wounds are seen on your face.
Yep, you guessed it. We’re talking about acne.
Specifically, I’m going to discuss the correlations I’ve made between acne and wheat.
Social media is prevalent. Especially in today’s world and when it comes to health and fitness. My issue with most health information that you can find on social media is that it is often misguided. By misguided, I simply mean that the information is usually not from a verifiable source or from an expert in the field. By simply going to the gym I can assure you that you are no more an expert than the people I see at the gym on a regular basis. Social media is the powerful tool that many use to spread health messages, which often times turns an informational quest into healthier living an arduous task of sifting through incorrect information.
Don’t be scared by the “Homemade”. I recently made my own almond milk and I don’t think I’ll ever go back to the store bought brand again.
Check out the simplest recipe and my pro tips on how to make your homemade almond milk taste WAY better than Silk,