Eat My Facts

A practical blog for healthy living 

January 16, 2018

Dairy and I don't always get along. So when I found myself craving a classic casserole dish the way my aunt used to make, I turned to Google with a pretty sanguine disposition, searching for variations. Over the years I've found and tried many dairy-free recipes with g...

December 20, 2017

The holidays are HERE, folks! It's true that store shelves are stocked with Christmas/Chanukah/Kwanzaa goodies the day after Halloween, but even so, the holidays still manage to sneak up and take us by surprise. Maybe it's those premature holiday displays that make us...

October 26, 2017

It took a while for me to realize making homemade soup doesn't require iron chef-like abilities. Unfortunately, now it seems to be taking even longer to convince my parents! Last weekend, my dad called to see what I was up to, and when I told him how excited I was to f...

August 29, 2017

The phrase "If It Fits Your Macros (IIFYM)" is popping up everywhere these days. Sites claim the Macro diet will allow you to, "eat the food you love and trigger immediate fat loss" without deprivation (no hunger, no dietary restrictions); and with exercise being entir...

July 25, 2017

My mother has always called chicken soup "nature's penicillin." If you're like most Americans, you've likely experienced the warmth-spreading, sinus-clearing, soul-soothing effects of a steamy bowl yourself and can relate 100%.

But here's the kicker: the moment you cou...

June 28, 2017

Zucchini pie isn't the kind of thing you eat once and then forget. With golden brown crust, bits of salty cheese, aromatic onions, and the star player --- farm fresh zucchini for fiber and flavor. One piece in and you'll be asking yourself where zucchini pie has been a...

To understand what happens in your body when you drink, consider this: since alcohol is a diuretic, it causes massive dehydration in your body, causing you to feel sick. It does this by suppressing a hormone that helps you to recycle water released by your kidneys.

If you are an athlete subscribed to a vegetarian or vegan diet, you want to incorporate high-energy foods into your meals and snacks. Nuts, heart-healthy oils, and dried fruits are great choices. Also, you want to make sure that you’re eating enough protein-rich foods...

The problem is, refined sugars are everywhere--and if you have a sweet tooth, it could be hard for you to limit your consumption. Restaurants and cafe’s use them in most of their treats, and they can be found in all sorts of processed foods at the grocery store--especi...

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