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12 Important Vitamins for Weight Loss

How vitamins work?

Before we get to the vitamins you need to consume, let’s talk about how vitamins and minerals help you lose weight, and how they work.

Losing weight can become a real challenge if you do not have optimum levels of vitamins and minerals in your body.

You need to understand that your body needs specific and key nutrients that produce enzymes that break down fat and burn calories.

Deficiency in some of these vitamins, and you might find the scale is moving slower than you want.

A blood test can be a good way to check whether you have all the vitamins and minerals needed for weight loss.

But how vitamins help?

We talked about enzymes that our body produces.

The process of breaking down fat is a step by step process, and each step requires an active enzyme.

Think of it as a worker that makes things happen inside and outside cells.

In most cases, these enzymes are activated by a vitamin or a mineral.

If there is no vitamin to turn it on, the enzyme will not work.

The vitamins needed for the weight loss process are pantothenic acid, vitamin B3, vitamin C, and vitamin B2.

In addition, you need a healthy liver, because one of the primary roles of the liver is breaking down fat.

With low vitamin and minerals levels, your liver will not work properly.

Before we get to the important vitamins for weight loss, you need to understand that vitamins do not actually provide energy.

They assist our body in unlocking energy from stored energy sources, such as fat, for example.

 

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The Principles of Intuitive Eating

We’ve talked about intuitive eating in the past (check out our hunger scale!) but never fully dove into all 10 principles — until now. Intuitive Eating was coined by Evelyn Tribole, MS, RD, and Elyse Resch, MS, RDN, CEDRD, Fiaedp, FADA, FAND, after their clients expressed concerns about the diet plans they had been given in the past. Eager to learn more about how we instinctively eat and to improve their clients’ relationship with food, the founders developed and began teaching 10 principles for intuitive eating.

Hopefully these 10 principles make intuitive eating a little less mysterious and a little more practical. These principles can help improve your relationship with food so you spend less time thinking about eating and more time engaging in meaningful life experiences.

This blog post includes contributions from Liz Sanders, MPH, RD.

 

https://www.foodinsight.org/10-principles-of-intuitive-eating

Top 10 Vitamin D Foods

Vitamin D plays a role in calcium absorption into the bones.

A deficiency in vitamin D can result in a softening of the bones called osteomalacia or a bone abnormality called rickets.

Some of the biggest vitamin D deficiency symptoms include:

  • Weakened immune system
  • Seasonal depression
  • Autoimmune disease
  • Cancer
  • Weak bones (osteopenia)
  • Skin issues eczema and psoriasis
  • Dementia

 

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7 Ways to Make No-Bake Energy Bites

Today, we’re diving deep into the world of energy bites, everyone’s favorite meal prep snack recipe!

Energy bites are a great healthier treat, packed with protein thanks to a nut butter base, chia seeds and ground flax. They are sweet enough that you feel like you just had a treat, and filling enough to keep you going when you’re on empty.

Not only that but they are so convenient to grab on your way out the door.

Swaps in this no bake energy bite recipe:

  • honey and maple syrup are interchangeable
  • natural nut butters are interchangeable, however non-natural nut butters are not recommended for this recipe (they don’t set properly and are overly sweet)
  • if you don’t have coconut oil, try an extra tablespoon of nut butter
  • if you can’t find ground flax, add 2 extra tablespoons of rolled oats

Storing your no-bake energy bites:

  • Short term: Store in a sealed container in the fridge.  Your energy bites are good for a week or so.
  • Long term: Store in plastic bags in the freezer.  Freeze on a cookie sheet for one hour before transferring to a ziplock plastic bag in the freezer.  *Remove as much air as possible before sealing the bag*
  • To thaw: place in the fridge overnight
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Superfood Trends to Watch

…and just what is a “superfood” anyway?

Who wouldn’t want to believe in the concept of “superfoods”? The idea that the vast expanse of nature has secret nutritional resources that can easily help us with a number of ailments if only they can be discovered and harvested, is definitely enticing.

It certainly seems like we’ve just been blind to treasure troves of exotic berries, nuts, and grains when these popular superfoods were unknown to the West until now. Açaí berries, for example, only gained fame outside of Brazil within the last decade.

It’s often their otherness that makes these foods so appealing. Quinoa, particularly popular among vegetarians and vegans, does indeed provide a decent protein source – but then again, so do many common beans and nut varieties.

Açaí berries and goji berries are packed with phytochemicals, a plant compound which does seem to have a positive effect on a person’s chances of heart disease and brain deterioration. That sounds fancy, except regular old blueberries and strawberries have lots of phytochemicals too.

 

 

https://www.lifehack.org/articles/lifestyle/the-truths-you-didnt-know-about-superfood.html

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