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Eat your reds! Get more lycopene (tomatoes, watermelon, pink grapefruit), capsaicin (chile peppers), and resveratrol (red wine, red grapes) into your diet,

What Are We Eating? Posted January 18, 2013 by PositiveMed Team. What the average American consumes in a year? The answer is 85 pounds of fats and oils, 110 pounds of red meat, 42 pounds of corn syrup and 24 pounds of ice cream. Learn more in this interesting infographic:   Source: www.visualeconomi...

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Data gathered by Massive Health through The Eatery app. I've been using at and it's a great way to (very) loosely gauge how wholesome your eating habits are.

Love this acronym. Stop consuming crap including carbonated drinks, refined sugars, artificial food and unhealthy processed foods. #cleaneating

Eat all day long - just eat the right food! Dr. Michael Lange host of popular nutritonal talk show called "ask the dr" discusses this daily with his patients and on his talk shows.

is there really a difference when you buy organic produce? the answer is yes.. find more information at

The Ultimate Guide to Eating Paleo (…thinking about this Rachel C)

"carbs are killing you" is a bit of an incomplete statement but I agree with: "eating fat does not make you fat" and "Pasta, Not Bacon, Makes You Fat". This is a great article.

  • Gabriel DeVine

    What is this based on? This pin is ridiculous-- First: Yes, insulin ends lipolytic processes, but that's okay, because then your body can burn glycogen for fuel. Also, for most of the day your body is using an oxidative process for energy (primarily fat for energy), so it doesn't mater. Second: The facts comparing the two types of diet are skewed; Low carb diets don't allow for as much glycogen storage, and they also make you (relatively speaking) dehydrated (as 1g of glycogen can hold up to 2.7g of fat). So, the difference seen is likely water weight, hence why people claim to "lose" multiple percentages of body fat in a matter of days after switching to low carb. Let's not forget that insulin is also anabolic (tissue building), which is why bodybuilders and athletes eat fast digesting carbs after training. Also, this infographic does not take into account the thermic effect of food. All food requires energy for processing-- Fat takes the least amount of energy to digest, followed by carbs, then protein. This is why true ketogenic diets call for a further reduction in calories-- To account for a lowered RMR. Finally, let's not forget that protein also produces insulin-- So the idea that you can eat as much fat and protein as you want but avoid carbs to prevent the secretion of insulin is a fallacy. For the record, my macronutrients are moderately balanced (I eat moderate protein, moderate fat, and moderate carb), but the fact remains: Neither carbs, nor fat make anyone fat-- Consuming more calories than burned throughout the day makes people fat. */rant*

  • Kaylie Yuill

    Wow this is insanely stupid....

  • Kristen Patterson

    ..Sugar is the issue not carbs.....

CLEAN eating - this pretty much sums up all there is to know to have healthy eating habits!