How much chicken should you eat?

chicken3 iPhones or 1/2 a water bottle per day? Yes protein may turn into fat, a lot of people usually eat more chicken breast calories than they think. If you were to compress your chicken into the size of your iPhone 5 that would be approximately 3 oz. Or if you were to stuff a 16 oz water bottle tight with chicken that would be 1 pound. 1 pound of Roasted chicken breasts is 748 calories, 16.2 g Fat, 386 g Cholesterol, 336g Sodium, 0 carbs, 140 g protein, and 1160 mg Potassium. Now how many of you are actually eating just 8 to 12 oz of Chicken Breasts per day?






The therapeutic benefits of radish juice on the respiratory tract are countless. Due to its high content of vitamin C, B, and other minerals, it is beneficial for its anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antiviral effects.

Radish juice is effective for relieving respiratory disorders, including cold, flu, cough, asthma, bronchitis and many other lung problems. Add just a little of it into your juice and see its marvelous healing effect.


– 1 carrot
– 1 green apple
– 2 oranges
– 2-3 small radish
– ¼ lemon

CAUTION: Radish may be a little strong and pungent, so use smaller amount if you don’t like pungent.

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How to eat healthy while on vacation?


While on vacation, people who are health-conscious are often tempted and fall off track their diet. I mean who cannot resist getting a churro or two while at Disneyland or other theme parks. Here are some tips I found useful to help stay on track to eating healthy while still on vacation. Continue reading

Healthy Campfire/BBQ Recipe

A common summer past time for me and my friends during the summer is to go to the beach. I admit, in the past I would bring unhealthy food such as chips, hot dogs, candy, and of course ingredients to make s’mores. However, this summer I want to try to cook healthier while at the beach. As I was looking for recipes, I found a beef kebab recipe on Continue reading

Rosemary-Infused Cucumber Lemonade

With the summer heat in our midst, I set out to find a recipe to find a refreshing recipe for one of summer’s most popular drinks….LEMONADE!!! This lemonade is gluten free, has low carbohydrates, and good for people with diabetes. Continue reading