Ask anyone you know about nutrition advice, and undoubtedly you will have the issue of conflicting advice been given. Eggs are usually raised as the primary example – one minute they’re good for you, the next they are bad for you. 636 more words
Omega-3 fatty acids are extremely important for brain health, decreasing inflammation, and reducing your risk for chronic disease. They are also an essential nutrient, meaning our bodies cannot make them and we need to get them from the food we eat. 201 more words
When it comes to satiety, according to the Journal of Nutrition, protein has more staying power than carbohydrates and fat. Eating high quality beef protein can curb hunger and the body’s desire to eat.