Category Archives: Food

Make a Habit of taking Fish Oil to Reduce CVD & All-Cause Mortality Rates

A study published on March 4, 2020 in the BMJ Medical Journal indicated habitual fish oil supplementation may significantly reduce the risk of all-cause mortality, cardiovascular disease (CVD) mortality, and mortality from CVD incident events. Habitual use of fish oil … Continue reading

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The Mediterranean Diet Could Benefit the Elderly

Researches have analyzed the gut microbiome of 612 people aged 65 to 79, before and after 12 months of either eating their usual diet or a Mediterranean diet which is rich in fruits, vegetables, nuts, legumes, olive oil, and fish. … Continue reading

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How America Fares With Their Health

Source: Nutraceuticals World Magazine September 2020 edition Anxiety disorders are the most common mental health issue in the US affecting over 40 Million adults (19% of the population) according to the National Alliance on Menntal Health. Around 7% of children … Continue reading

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Immune Shine (TM) for Immune Support-Trying it soon!

I’m really impressed with this products ingredients and the benefits of each. Immune Shine (TM) by Gaia Herbs. First of all I like that it is USDA Organic. Since there have been plenty of studies and websites of each ingredient, … Continue reading

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Yummy Smoothie Ideas

I love a good fruit/veggie smoothie. I don’t actually drink enough of them because I run out of idea’s on how to make them. Here are 8 Low Calorie Smoothie ideas from Eat This, Not That. Enjoy!

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Bleak Health Outcomes From Added Sugars in Infants & Toddlers

61% of infants and almost 98% of all toddlers consumed added sugars in their average daily diets, mainly from flavored yogurts (for the infants) and fruit drinks (for the toddlers) per a study in the Journal of the Academy of … Continue reading

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Mushrooms May Help Lower Prostate Cancer Risk

Results from a large, long-term cohort study of more than 36,000 Japanese men suggested an association between eating mushrooms and a lower risk of prostate cancer. Publishing source: International Journal of Cancer. Mushrooms are widely used in Asia, both for … Continue reading

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Breakfast of Champs?

Jeff Baltimore a Doctor from Maryland has put together an interesting healthy? breakfast: Old fashioned oatmeal low sugar whey protein powder beet powder baobab powder matcha powder maca powder psyllium husks pumpkin pie spice (cinnamon, ginger, and nutmeg) turmeric powder … Continue reading

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Almonds May Help Reduce Wrinkles in Postmenopausal Women

A pilot study by the University of California published in Phytotherapy Research found that a daily snack of almonds in place of other nut-free snacks improved measures of wrinkle width and severity in postmenopausal women. (Postmenopause is formally defined as … Continue reading

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Flavonoids May Decrease the Risk of Cancer & Heart Disease

Participants consuming about 500 mg of total flavonoids a day had the lowest risk of cancer or heart disease death. According to research from Edith Cowan University (EDCU) published in Nature Communications consuming flavonoid-rich products like apples and tea may … Continue reading

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