Healthy eating

Stop prostate cancer dead in its tracks by eating apples and grapes, reveals new research

Eating apples and grapes may help stave off prostate cancer onset, the most common cancer among American men. As reported by Nature.com, a study published on Precision Oncology revealed that a combination of nutritional compounds can inhibit cancer cell growth.As part of the study, a team of researchers at the University of Texas at Austin looked at 142 natural compounds...

Celiac Sufferers More Sensitive to Food Additives

When you’re affected by gluten, other food intolerances or allergies, to the point where your health is negatively affected, you’re far more likely to be sensitive to food additives that have digestive problems as side effects.50% of those who suffer from Celiac disease continue to have digestive problems after going gluten free. Some of that is...

The Meat Sweats are Real… and Really Stinky!

An interesting study from a university study in Sydney, Australia, reports that what you eat influences how you smell — or rather, what you eat affects your body odor and, as a result, may affect other peoples' response to how you smell. In addition, how you smell can also tell the story of your...

10 Amazing Benefits of Beets for Health and Beauty

Beets, or beetroots, are sweet root vegetable that takes an important position among healthy foods for your diet. Beets are a rich source of minerals and essential vitamins and are used as food item combined with salad, soup, and meals. Let’s take a look at these 10 benefits of beets for health and beauty...

Junk does not belong in food

“Oh my God, there it is”! A chocolate covered doughnut, a “Super Sized” nut and marshmallow candy bar, steamy hot, garlic Cajun spiced fries. You know this is the last thing you should eat. You know you’ll get a sugar rush that will make you tired, or a bit of heartburn, or an extra...

Walnuts found to satiate appetite and give you a feeling of “fullness”

Walnuts are healthy snacks linked to a bevy of health benefits, and a recent study has found another one. Researchers from Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center claim that eating walnuts can lead to reduced food cravings, as well as increased feelings of fullness. According to ScienceDaily.com, they found that the consumption of walnuts was associated with an...

Avocado PITS found to be a “goldmine” of nutrition, with powerful nutrients that prevent disease

A recent study showed that the husk of an avocado seed is the healthiest part of the fruit as it contains a vast number of key nutrients that show potential in alleviating cancer, heart disease, and other diseases.As part of the study, a team of researchers at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley ground about...

Exotic Superfood Swap!

It's probably impossible to count all the times you've run across an article or study featuring this or that "superfood" found only on some exotic island or in the wilds of China. Information about many superfoods is everywhere, and while they're interesting and their nutritional profiles may be impressive, aren't there any superfoods near...

Why Cheese Is NOT A Substitute for Your Daily Milk Intake

Today we know that trading saturated fats for added sugars and trans fats in our diet was one of the worst lifestyle alterations, as it's a recipe for obesity, heart disease, cancer and other chronic diseases.1,2 Research demonstrates that once your daily caloric intake of sugar reaches 18 percent, you suffer a 200 percent increase in metabolic harm that...

All You Ever Wanted to Know About Bananas

The humble banana is one of the most popular fruits in the world. Tasty, inexpensive and with its own clean and protective carrying case, it's the perfect nutritious snack, even for busy people, and kids love it.Although they're picked while still green, bananas continue to ripen, but to speed up the process at home,...
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