Iron is required for life. It is a chemical element and one of the most common elements on earth. It is the critical element in the metabolism of hundreds of protein and enzymes involved in diverse body functions, such as oxygen transport, cell growth and DNA synthesis. Here Clayton Dalton, Nautil.us, reflects on elevated iron being the center of many diseases from cancer to diabetes: "Cheerios are the best-selling breakfast cereal in America. The multi-grain version contains 18 milligrams … [Read more...] about Can Elevated Iron Levels Result In Free Radical Formation And Chronic Metabolic Disease?
Vegetables are low in calories and fat. More than ever before many individuals are making a concerted effort, to pay more attention to their eating habits, and what they consume. Eating healthy has been established, and a diet that has an abundance of fruits and vegetables may offer you some protection against certain types of cancer. Foods high in fiber such as vegetables and fruits provide benefits that help reduce heart disease, and obesity, as previously mentioned. Here Dr. Joseph Mercola, … [Read more...] about Okra Consumption May Support Therapy For Treating Diabetes, Says Study
A drink made from the roasted and ground beanlike seeds of a tropical shrub, refers to coffee and it is served hot or cold. It is one of the most popular drinks in the world, and it can be prepared in a variety of ways. It basically is a brewed drink prepared from coffee beans that are roasted, the seeds of berries from certain coffea species. The coffea is flowering plant native to tropical and southern Africa and tropical Asia. Here Michelle Simmons, NaturalNews.com, reflects on the many … [Read more...] about Moderate Consumption Of Coffee Offers Health Benefits, Says Study
Eating healthily is good for your health as we all should know. Food knowledge is power and what you put on your plate can have a huge impact on your life, whether it's helping to boost energy, improve your mood or help reduce the risk for a variety of conditions including diabetes, cancer and heart disease, as previously mentioned. Here Dr. Joseph Mercola, Mercola.com, reflects on ways to reduce the risk of macular degeneration disease: "An intriguing presentation about the possible … [Read more...] about Can Macular Degeneration Disease Be Prevented Through Dietary Changes?
Widespread changes in food preferences are considered food trends. They are often discussed in magazines devoted to cuisine, and around the internet. Some food trends are long-lasting and many are just a fad. Here Robin Shreeves, MotherNatureNetwork, mnn.com, reflects on the many trends coming to your plate in 2019: "If the holiday season didn't make it perfectly obvious that it's the end of the year, my inbox full of emails about 2019 food and beverage trends is a clear reminder. Each … [Read more...] about 7 food and drink trends that you may see in 2019
A healthy diet helps to improve or maintain your overall health. The body is provided with essential nutrition, adequate calories, macronutrients, micronutrients, and fluid. A healthy diet is not complicated, as previously mentioned. Here Melissa Breyer, mnn.com, reflects on nutrition why you may feel tired and depressed.Image courtesy of: verchmarco "Today’s average restaurant meal is more than four times larger than in the 1950s, and according to the Centers for Disease Control and … [Read more...] about Are You Feeling Rotten Because Of Nutrient Deficiencies?
Having a non-stop schedule and calendar that is double and triple-booked your precious time, it’s common to feel anxious, stressed and overwhelmed. Problem is, all that stress may be harmful for your health. There are different kinds of stress; such as mental and physical stress on your body. Both have the risk of affecting your health, as previously mentioned. Here Hannah Nichols, MedicalNewsToday.com, reflects on the tremendous stress you're faced with during this time of the year, and … [Read more...] about Christmas Stress-Busting Strategies
Eating healthy has been established, and a diet that has an abundance of fruits and vegetables may offer you some protection against certain types of cancer. Foods high in fiber such as vegetables and fruits provide benefits that help reduce heart disease, and obesity. Here Edsel Cook, NaturalNews.com, reflects on helping your immune system by eating cruciferous greens:Image courtesy of: jypsygen "Vegetables are known to contain natural compounds that support the protective functions … [Read more...] about Surprising How Cruciferous Vegetables Can Reduce The Risk Of Inflammatory Bowel Diseases
Food knowledge is power and what you put on your plate can have a huge impact on your life, whether it's helping to boost energy, improve your mood or help reduce the risk for a variety of conditions including diabetes, cancer and heart disease, as previously mentioned. Here Michelle Simmons, NaturalNews.com, reflects on a recent study about nutrition and how it affects the brain:"It is not news that eating healthily is good for your health. But did you know that healthy eating can also make … [Read more...] about Healthy Eating Can Make Your Brain Larger, Says Study
Just a little exercise goes a long way. We all would like to be healthy and physically fit, which requires exercise for our body to perform properly. Exercise helps to promote and improve the body's muscular strength. It helps to improve overall health, fitness and well-being. Here Poppy Noor, TheGuardian.com, reflects on fitting exercise into your schedule:Image courtesy of: oklanica Twenty seconds“Some people think if they can’t fit in a 60-minute gym routine, there’s no point,” says … [Read more...] about Surprising Ways To Get Fit, Whatever Your Schedule