Eating the Rainbow: Food Colors and Chakra Correspondences

Eating the Rainbow: Food Colors and Chakra Correspondences

The chakras set the frequencies that give rise to every aspect of the human experience. The foods we eat have consciousness and provide an energetic blueprint that stabilizes and entrains matter and energy for us when consumed. 

Eating the Rainbow: Food Colors and Chakra Correspondences (Video)

Eating the Rainbow: Food Colors and Chakra Correspondences

The chakras set the frequencies that give rise to every aspect of the human experience. The foods we eat have consciousness and provide an energetic blueprint that stabilizes and entrains matter and energy for us when consumed. 

Severe Covid in Young People Can Mostly Be Explained by Obesity

Severe Covid in Young People Can Mostly Be Explained by Obesity

Body mass index (BMI) is a measure applying height and weight to calculate a weight score. A person with a BMI over 25 is considered to be overweight, and over 30 is considered to be obese.

Are You Eating The Right Sorts Of Fibre?

Are You Eating The Right Sorts Of Fibre?

Six out of ten Australians don’t eat enough fibre, and even more don’t get the right combination of fibres.

Organic Food Health Benefits Have Been Hard To Assess, But That Could Change

Organic Food Health Benefits Have Been Hard To Assess, But That Could Change
“Organic” is more than just a passing fad. Organic food sales totaled a record US$45.2 billion in 2017, making it one of the fastest-growing segments of American agriculture.

Type 2 Diabetes: Is Short-Term Low-Carb Diet Linked To Remission?

a platter of low-carb foods

Whether restricting carbohydrate intake is an effective way to manage type 2 diabetes is a topic of some controversy in nutrition – largely because trial results have so far been pretty inconclusive.

Holy Cow! Now Milk Is A Risk Factor For Breast Cancer

Holy Cow! Now Milk Is A Risk Factor For Breast Cancer

Breast cancer has now overtaken lung cancer as the world’s most commonly diagnosed cancer, and as the leading cause of cancer-related deaths for women in many countries

Dieting May Slow Metabolism But It Doesn't Ruin It

Fruits and vegetables on a dinner plate that looks like a bathroom scale.

While there are many reasons why this weight regain may happen, some popular claims online are that it’s because dieting permanently wrecks your metabolism. But while it’s true that dieting slows your metabolism, it also improves your metabolism in many positive ways.

Diet Is A Four-Letter Word: Positive Changes for Positive Living

Diet Is A Four-Letter Word: Positive Changes for Positive Living

The word diet simply defines the food we ingest each day. But it has become a four-letter word or a badge of honor, sometimes even a badge of martyrdom. Dieting has become a national pastime, with everyone waiting in line for the next diet of the month, guaranteed to make us all fit and trim.

The Fad Diets Popular in the 20th Century: Low-Carb, No Sugar, No Fat

The Fad Diets Popular in the 20th Century: Low-Carb, No Sugar, No Fat

Fad diets certainly aren’t a 21st-century obsession. In fact, they were also a popular way for people throughout the 20th century to slim down and improve their health.

How We Cook Changed During Lockdown and What We Can Learn From This

How We Cook Changed During Lockdown and What We Can Learn From This

Before the pandemic, we were cooking less and less. Research suggests that a decline was underway in home cooking, cooking skills and confidence in a number of countries including the UK to the USA, Canada and Australia.

Let's Talk Turkey: Is Dark Meat or White Meat Healthier?

Let's Talk Turkey: Is Dark Meat or White Meat Healthier?

Turkey, the traditional festive bird features as number three on the “foods consumed at Christmas” list, after roast potatoes and carrots.

How To Prepare and Protect Your Gut Health Over Christmas and End-of-Year Season

How To Prepare and Protect Your Gut Health Over Christmas and End-of-Year Season

It’s that time of year again, with Christmas parties, end-of-year get-togethers and holiday catch-ups on the horizon for many of us — all COVID-safe, of course. All that party food and takeaway, however, can have consequences for your gut health.

A Hospital That Prescribes Free Nutritious Food To Families Who Need More Than Medical Care

A Hospital That Prescribes Free Nutritious Food To Families Who Need More Than Medical Care

Being food-insecure – unable to get enough nutritious food to meet your needs – can take a toll on your health. So Dayton Children’s Hospital has begun to screen its patients and their families for this problem and refer them to what it’s calling the “Food Pharm.”

"Metabolic Confusion Diet" Won't Boost Metabolism – But It Could Have Other Benefits

"Metabolic Confusion Diet" Won't Boost Metabolism – But It Could Have Other Benefits

The “metabolic confusion” diet is one of the latest fad diets to be blowing up on social media. Like many fad diets, it promises you can lose weight while still eating what you want.

People Don't Eat Enough Fish and Miss Out On Robust Health Benefits

People Don't Eat Enough Fish and Miss Out On Robust Health Benefits

Eating fish can provide powerful advantages for the heart and brain, yet Americans eat less than half of the 26 pounds per year that experts recommend. By contrast, Americans buy seven times more chicken and beef annually than fish.

Why Food Variety Is Important For Your Health

Why Food Variety Is Important For Your Health

It’s well known that a healthy diet can help reduce disease risks that are related to overweight or obesity – such as some cancers, cardiovascular disease and diabetes.

Is The Sirtfood Diet Just Another Fad?

Is The Sirtfood Diet Just Another Fad?

The Sirtfood diet has been in the news again this week after singer Adele showed off her slimmed-down figure on US comedy show Saturday Night Live.

How A Seaweed Extract Could Help Treat Type 1 Diabetes

How A Seaweed Extract Could Help Treat Type 1 Diabetes

Type 1 diabetes used to be a death sentence. After a diagnosis, patients were put on a starvation diet. The lucky ones would have a year or two to live. But, thanks to the discovery of insulin in the early 1920s, this is no longer the case.

5 Ways To Increase Needed Protein Intake As We Age

5 Ways To Increase Needed Protein Intake As We Age

Protein is an essential part of a healthy diet. It helps us build and maintain strong muscles and bones, helps us better recover from illness and injury, and reduces likelihood of falls and fractures.

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