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June 2017

Top 8 Healthy Eating Plans of 2017

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A recent study by GrubHub revealed the surprising way people are changing their attitudes toward certain eating plans. People are more interested in healthy food, but not just any healthy food. Based on the takeout orders placed in 2016, GrubHub was able to identify the most popular trending diets in the United States. Due to the immense growth the top diets experienced compared to years past, these trends are likely to remain consistent in the near future. There are numerous variables that could have caused these jumps, such as the public’s increased awareness of food’s nutritional value. Here are some of the most popular diets that you should try out this year. Paleo Paleo is one of the most popular diet choices across America. It consists of foods which are more traditional such as meat, fish, and other animal products along with vegetables, fruits and healthy fats. The Paleo eating plan is popular in Houston, Dallas, Philadelphia and Austin, with its orders growth increasing by almost 370 percent in 2016 and still expected to grow more in years to come. Paleo stands to be the ruling amongst the healthy eating plans due to it containing no processed foods and allowing no addition of…

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Eight Super Healthy High-Fat Foods

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Eight Super Healthy High-Fat Foods The title of this article might be a little strange to some people. It just seems to go against everything that dieting and health are about. We are used to hearing about foods that are high on fat being very bad for our health. This is true in many cases, but there are other situations when certain foods that are high on fats are very healthy for your body. In this article we are going to be talking about eight of those foods so that you can incorporate them into your diet. 1- Cheese You might consider cheese to be a bad choice for a healthy diet, but the truth is that in moderation and without every frying it, cheese can be an extremely good source of calcium, selenium and phosphorus amongst other important nutrients. 2- Extra virgin olive oil Olive oil is high on fats too, but they are the right kind of fats and there are plenty of powerful nutrients and vitamins combined with the antioxidants. 3- Coconuts There are many people who are using coconut oil as one of the main sources of fatty acids for their diet. The coconut is highly…

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