Is a microwave safe?
A microwaved whole food quality meal (#EatClean) will ALWAYS beat a refined high-carb bread sandwich, added-sugar cereal, pap or chemical-laden shake for health.
Everything, in life has a positive and a negative aspect (read about the Law of Paracelsus/too much of a good thing can be bad). So we recommend that you mix things up and eat microwaved, roasted, and raw food. We don’t recommend boiling food as nutrients are lost in the water.
The upside of a microwave is that it is convenient and the downside is that it does soften food. Still, a soft veggie meal is always better for health, performance and weighloss than a sandwhich!
See Harvard Health for their take on microwave cooking:
“However, microwave cooking is actually one of the least likely forms of cooking to damage nutrients. That’s because the longer food cooks, the more nutrients tend to break down, and microwave cooking takes less time. So cooking a roast in an oven is more likely to cause some loss of nutrients than cooking the roast in a microwave. And boiling vegetables is more likely to rob them of nutrients than either cooking them in the oven or microwaving them. That’s because some nutrients leach out of the food into the water.”
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Experience the positive effects of eating REAL FOOD for yourself. Almost all food has loads of added sugars & added refined starches and carbs. Reset your taste buds in a week and you will enjoy good food as much as you thought you loved the junk. Thousands of people have realised that #EatClean is the way forward. Don’t believe us? Try it!
Kidney failure occurs when your kidneys lose the ability to filter waste from your blood sufficiently. In most cases, kidney failure is caused by other acute or chronic health problems, such as diabetes or high blood pressure that has done permanent damage (harm) to your kidneys little by little, over time.
Yeah! 21 Days – done and dusted. You did it. Whether you succeeded in making your 21 Day Challenge 100% #EatClean, or you cracked and had that sugary chocolate (or two), you’ve made it through to start a new habit: healthy eating.
Don’t outsource responsibility for your health. Take charge of your life. Trust your gut (pun intended). There is a lot of wisdom and a lot of rubbish out there. Do your own research, learn from many different sources of information – look for research that provides both sides of the story and use what works for your body. Discard the rest.
Exercise alone won’t help you lose weight. Ever noticed how many people may be fit but they are still fat? There are loads of fit but fat people – take a look at the thousands of entrants at big cycling races or at Comrades and IRONMAN events.
Your emotions influence what you crave, and what you eat affects your emotions. Like affairs wreck relationships, sugar is the wrecker of emotional stability. It destroys both your physical wellbeing and your state of mind.
It’s simple… our water is polluted to the maximum. Imagine taking your family to the local lake, and each of you pours into the water a box of washing powder, a litre of oil, your roll-on deodorant, a can of doom, your tube of toothpaste, a pile of medicine, dishwashing liquid, anti-bacterial toilet cleaner and dirty soap suds.
Alcohol must be worth it if we’re willing to force our bodies to cope with hangovers and sacrifice feeling good the day after a big one, right? Of course there’s a good side to enjoying a few drinks with your mates, but like everything in life moderation is essential.