legumes

snacking Kristen Bell [longevity live]

Snacking all day, making constant trips to the fridge? Yeah, we totally get where you’re coming from. Just know that snacking throughout the day is perfectly normal. However, it’s all about what you’re snacking on and how well it fits into your healthy diet. Unlike popular diets, villainizing carbohydrates is

health habit with souping [longevity live]

Health habit number one this year is to eat more soup. This is a simple and satiating way to consume important nutrients or vegetables in a quick and digestible way.  In fact, eating more soup is now a major ‘foodie’ trend called, ‘souping.’ Eating lots of soup might remind you

sudden cravings [longevity live]

Sudden cravings for salty or sweet foods happen to the best of us. But for the most part, random cravings tend to be for the most calorie-dense options like brownies, pizzas, cookies, chips, and pasta. Something along the lines of two thick slices of bread layered in peanut butter or

protein | Longevity LIVE

As of late, the buzzword when it comes to dietary habits is plant-based eating, with many people doing their best to stay free of animal-based foods. The human body needs protein to function, yet it doesn’t store it. Therefore, it’s important for people to incorporate it into their diets on

beauty | Longevity LIVE

Aside from living more sustainably, The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics has stated that adopting a vegan-based diet helps to lower the risk of obesity, type 2 diabetes, hypertension and even some cancers (1). The recommended protein intake is 56 grams per day for the average sedentary man and 46

legumes | Longevity LIVE

Legumes are a family of vegetables or plants that have a pod with seeds inside them. These vegetables are rich in numerous nutrients, most notably – protein. Protein can be found in every cell within the body; therefore it is needed by the body for various processes such as regulating