The white stuff you sprinkle on your food is back in the headlines. Whether it’s salt or sugar, it seems many of us may be consuming too much. So how easy is it to live without processed food for a week? Helen Briggs finds out.
“Processed foods aren’t always a bad thing but this does highlight the importance of clear food labels.” – Victoria Taylor: Senior Dietician, British Heart Foundation
Lunch: Salad with tuna
Supper: Scrambled egg and smoked salmon on toast
Snacks: Apple, dates, oatcakes and cheese
No processed food week
Breakfast: Home made porridge
Lunch: Salad of rocket, beetroot, egg and cucumber
Are you living a depressed and stressed lifestyle? There is no doubt that our fast-paced days in which many are living pay check to pay check are a big contributor to these negative feelings. Some statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say that 1 in 10 American adults report depression, but everyone experiences some level of depression at some point in their lifetime. Luckily, there are natural solutions for avoiding and treating depression. The best part? These tips could not only make you a happier person, but also a healthier person.
Here are 5 potential solutions for avoiding depression.