Monthly Archives: April 2016

Health & Nutrition #64 by Nutrobalance

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When you feel stressed it’s a common experience to want to eat a pint of ice cream and equally common to not want to eat anything at all. The stress response is complicated involving many systems of your body. How you react to that response varies from person to person.   continue reading….

Breast Cancer and Diet

Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women, and its incidence has increased by more than 20 percent worldwide since 2008. A study from Spain shows that women on a high-vegetable Mediterranean-type diet had close to one third the rate of breast cancer when compared to a control group that was only given advice to reduce fat intake (AMA Oncol, January 21, 2016, and JAMA Intern Med, Nov 1, 2015;175(11):1752-60). Mediterranean-type diets are high in plants and contain fish but are low in other animal products.  continue reading….

Might Turmeric Help Prevent Alzheimer’s?

There are plenty of anti-inflammatory drugs out there that may reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease, but stomach, liver, and kidney toxicity precludes their widespread use. So, maybe using an anti-inflammatory food like the spice, turmeric, found in curry powder, could offer the benefits without the risks? Before even considering putting it to the test, though, one might ask, “Well, do populations that eat a lot of turmeric have a lower prevalence of dementia?” And indeed, those living in rural India who do just that may actually have the lowest reported prevalence of dementia and Alzheimer’s.  continue reading…..

Jamie Olivers’ Recipe of the Day –
Sizzling Chicken Fajitas  click here!


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Health & Nutrition #63 by Nutrobalance

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Your Guide to Sports Nutrition

If you’re eating before or after a workout, your meal should have plenty of protein, vegetables, and complex carbohydrates – so we’ve rounded up the best recipes and tips to help you eat to perform (and recover) at your best.   click here!!!

Love Your Liver: Lessons From Chinese Medicine (TCM)

There is much we can learn from the wisdom of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), which is at least 6,000 years old. According to TCM,each season relates to specific organs that are more active and in fact going through a “cleansing” process.
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Blood Pressure

Blood pressure is considered a key vital sign. High blood pressure may be the #1 killer risk factor in the world, as it is a risk factor for coronary artery disease, heart attacks, and possibly Alzheimer’s disease.   continue  reading….

Healthy Living Program

Making health changes takes time and commitment and there are often obstacles along the way. With our maintenance and support program, you get a series of our exclusive E-coaching sessions to get further support while you master your new eating habits and lifestyle changes.   click here!!

Fresh Squeezed Nutrition by Lindsey Toth, MS, RD


Lindsey is a leading nutrition expert whose passion is helping others fall in love with food and nutrition. As a media spokesperson, professional speaker, author, blogger, and registered dietitian, Lindsey empowers people to take charge of their health by finding the balance between the pleasure and nourishment in food.   meet Lindsey!

Jamie Oliver’s Recipe of the Day -Fantastic tomato & fennel salad with flaked barbecued fish click here!!



Health & Nutrition #62 by Nutrobalance

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Eating a high protein breakfast may help you with weight management

You’ve probably heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but did you know that the type of breakfast you eat is just as important. New research suggests that eating a higher protein breakfast can help you feel more full and satisfied throughout the day, leading to greater weight loss overall. In a study at the University of Missouri researchers compared the benefits of a normal protein breakfast (milk and cereal) with a high protein breakfast (eggs, dairy, pork) and found that participants in the high protein group reported less feelings of hunger, decreased their daily caloric intake by 400 calories, and lost body fat mass.  read it all……

Healthy Eating and Diet Nutrition

Healthy Weight Loss, Fight Lifestyle Diseases

Healthy eating and getting the most nutrition out of your meals is your secret to staying healthy and energized, natural weight loss, and combating lifestyles diseases.
Does the expression, “you are what you eat” ring a bell? Do you know that what you eat and how you prepare your food can affect how you look, how you feel, and how long you live?
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Lowering Your Blood Pressure
Below 120/80 Helps Prevent:

  • Stroke
  • Heart Attack
  • Impotence
  • Kidney Failure
…to name just a few of the conditions you may prevent if you lower your blood pressure naturally! continue reading...

Jamie Oliver’s
Recipe of the Day – Salmon & couscous click here!!

More Health & Nutrition by Nutrobalance

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The Need for Supplementation

Never before has the need for supplementation been greater than in our present time.

The connection between good nutrition and long term health is beyond dispute and backed by a wealth of scientific evidence.What we eat and how we eat effects our health on the long term.

Our diet fails in supplying the essential nutrients we need for optimum health.We have put good nutrition on the backburner and as a result our diet fails to provide even the minimum levels of nutrients that we need for long term health. Only 9% of people consume the five daily servings of fresh fruit and vegetables recommended by the National Cancer Institute. Until the 1940’s,farmers used to practise crop rotation and returned essential nutrients back into the soil by mulching,manuring and churning. Because of growing population and industrialization it was no longer possible to grow crops that way. So the farmer use large farms and make use of artificial fertilizers. But crops can’t make their natural insect repellents with artificial fertilizers,so the farmer has to use chemical pesticides, which are sprayed on the crop and fruits and when we consume those fruits and veges,those chemical pesticides accumulates in our body and causes diseases.

Most of us today are suffering from certain dangerous diet deficiencies, which cannot be remedied until the depleted soils from which our food come,are brought into proper mineral balance.The alarming fact is that fruits and vegetables now being raised on millions of acres of land that no longer contain enough of certain minerals, are starving us, no matter how much we eat.In other words, we cannot get the necessary nutrients out of our food. 96% of the US population dies of a degenerative disease, like cancer, stroke, diabetes, heart disease, Alzheimer disease etc. Over 65% of American adults are overweight or obese (20%-25% of children). We are not even getting the minimum of RDA levels of vitamins, minerals and anti-oxidants. The RDA levels were designed in the early 1920’s and 1930’s as minimum requirements of TEN essential nutrients to protect against acute deficiency diseases,like Scurvy (deficiency of vit.C), Rickets (deficiency of vit.D) and Pellagra(deficiency of niacin)

The RDA’s did a good job to eliminate Scurvy and Rickets, but consuming the RDA’s will not even come close to helping prevent a degenerative disease and our EPIDEMIC health stats prove that. To protect us against degenerative diseases we need OPTIMUM LEVELS of nutrients. Just to make a comparison between the RDA levels and Optimum levels: The RDA level for Vit.C is 60mg.However the Optimum level is 1300mg.
The RDA level for vit.E is 15IU. But the Optimum level is 450IU’s(IU stands for International Unit).
The RDA level for vit.D is 200IU’s,but the Optimum level is 600 IU’s. To be able to get the Optimum level of vitamin C(1300mg) out of our food, we have to consume 17 medium kiwifruits or 16 medium oranges daily, which is unpractical. So what’s the solution? We have three choices:
1. do nothing and pay the price.
2. become an old fashion farmer.
3. take a 1st. grade supplement.

It’s been scientifically proven that there are substantial health benefits in taking nutritional supplements.
The benefits of nutritional supplements are scientifically verified over the past two years.Hundreds of scientific studies have proved that nutritional supplements can significantly reduce the risk of degenerative diseases.

Supplements provide a convenient and effective means of achieving good nutrition every day for a lifetime. Chronic degenerative diseases are not diseases of old age.Heart disease starts at childhood. It appears prudent for all children and adults to take vitamin supplements.

For information about nutritional supplements, please visit:

Health & Nutrition #61 by Nutrobalance

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Yoga improves quality of life in patients with
atrial fibrillation

Heart rate, blood pressure also decreased in patients
who did yoga

March 14, 2016
European Society of Cardiology
Yoga improves quality of life in patients with paroxysmal atrial fibrillation, according to research. Heart rate and blood pressure also decreased in patients who did yoga.  read it all.

Diet Matters: Clarifying the Link Between Breast Cancer and Eating Patterns

It was June 1982. At a news conference in Washington, a group of internationally recognized scientists had just finished announcing the National Research Council’s report on diet, nutrition, and cancer[1]. The report received extensive news coverage, lots of criticism from the industry most affected by the report’s conclusion and – according to some authorities-the highest number of requests for a report ever released by the august National Academy of Sciences (NAS), our sponsor. continue reading…..

How to gain muscle mass, burn stubborn body fat and make overall body composition improvements

I explain how to properly train on the major compound exercises such as the squat, dead-lift and bench-press and cover why training hard, once or twice a week on these exercises makes losing fat easy whilst maintaining or even building muscle mass.  read it all.….

Jamie Oliver’s Recipe of  the Day –
Asian Crispy Beef  click here!!