Protein is an essential nutrient for human nutrition and optimum health. Every cell in our body needs the amino acids that come from the proteins we eat. For example, dietary intake of protein is important for growth and development as well as repair. Therefore, getting enough protein in our diet is essential.
Weight loss and soy: If you are looking to lose unwanted pounds, you will find that losing weight is easy and delicious with my powerful diet. Many of the popular diets today restrict essential nutrients. They might be low in carbohydrates, fat, protein, or low in some combination of these three macronutrients. A diet plan …Read More
Help with hot flashes (also called hot flushes) is easy and delicious with doctor-recommended Revival Soy. Scientists became very interested in soy’s potential ability to help with hot flashes and night sweats after population studies revealed that only ~10-20% of women living in Asia, where the diet is rich in soy, experienced hot flushes during …Read More
Dieting is rarely any fun, but then we don’t diet specifically to have fun. Instead we diet to lose weight, which in the long run allows us to do more of the things we love, and those things are fun. Since the dieting process itself is generally not a ‘fun’ experience, why not choose a …Read More
When most of us think about turkey, we think about Thanksgiving and roasting a large turkey for friends and family. But turkey is a good choice of meat anytime. While turkey is considered to be ‘fatter’ than some other poultry, the fat in turkeys is generally easy to remove, making it a good choice of …Read More
The 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans were finally released yesterday and for what appears to be the first time, soy products have become a more mainstream part of the Guidelines’ key recommendations. Soy products are included in both the milk and milk products group and the protein foods group. According to the Dietary Guidelines, “soy …Read More