25 Healthy High-Fat Foods to Keep You Full and Satisfied

Susan S. Johnson

Healthy high-fat foods are a wonderful way to incorporate more flavor, satisfaction, and nutrition into every snack and meal. Along with making food taste richer and more tasty, of course, this macronutrient rocks for a few reasons. So before getting into a lengthy, mouthwatering list of fantastic high-fat foods to incorporate into your diet (many of which you probably already have in your pantry or fridge), let’s touch on the benefits of fat and the different types.

The important of giving fat a place in our diets may seem like common nutrition knowledge today. But before the days of the

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Are vegan foods really healthier? Read on to find out

Susan S. Johnson

One often hears people refusing certain food like meat poultry, etc, saying that they are Vegan. And when they say it, it comes with an underlying assumption that it has a lesser environmental impact and more health benefits. Today Dietician Vidhi Chawla is here to address that elephant in the room, and assess if Vegan food is really equivalent to a healthier option. Let us first understand what is a Vegan Diet and how is it different from other diets.

The in vogue Vegan Diet is a dietary palette that consists of food that is primarily planted. They are either

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3 Science-Backed Foods for Increasing Your Lifespan

Susan S. Johnson
By now, you’ve probably heard that plant-forward diets are linked to lower levels of LDL cholesterol (aka, “bad” cholesterol), lower blood pressure, and fewer instances of heart disease. Nutrition researchers are collecting an ever-growing body of evidence that suggests eating your fruits and veggies—when you can, of course—is a great way to invest in your future longevity. And according to a new meta-analysis (a statistical analysis that combines the results of many scientific studies), chowing down on three specific, plant-based foods and consuming less red meat could add 10 years to your life.

Published in the journal 

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Top 9 Vegetarian Foods For A High Protein Diet

Susan S. Johnson



Top 9 Vegetarian Foods For A High Protein Diet


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Top 9 Vegetarian Foods For A High Protein Diet

Protein is necessary for the proper growth, development, and repair of the human body.

Vegetarian foods can be a great source of protein, and contrary to popular belief, most plant-based sources of protein contain all the essential amino acids. When quantities of particular amino acids, like methionine and lysine, are low, combining pulses with grains balances their amino acid content and makes them “complete”. For example, combining lentils with rice or hummus with wholewheat bread.

This list provides the top 9 complete vegetarian protein foods and

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