There are many ongoing studies associated with the benefits of drinking a variety of teas for their properties, such as polyphenols and amino acids. Water is only consumed more than tea, which ranks second globally. Here Dr. Joseph Mercola, Mercola.com, reflects on the many benefits of drinking white tea: "Although often eclipsed by other types of tea in terms of popularity, there is no denying that white tea is just as refreshing and beneficial as other varieties. Fragrant and … [Read more...] about Is White Tea Good For You?
Eggs are considered a great source of nutrients needed to support body functions. However, around 90 percent of the U.S. population is not consuming enough choline contained in eggs, because popular dietary guidelines limit the consumption of its dietary sources, as previously mentioned. Here Samantha Cassetty, RD, NBCnews.com, reflects on a study to determine if eggs or good for you are not: Image courtesy of: Matthew Murdoch "Few foods have been as misunderstood as eggs. It … [Read more...] about Why Are We Confused About Eggs In A Healthy Diet?
According to studies, there are many ways through which apples can improve a person’s quality of life and all of these are possible due to the fruit’s high nutrient content, as previously mentioned. Apples contain significant amounts of vitamins C, A, E, B, and K, as well as fiber, copper, manganese, and potassium. Here Tracey Watson, NaturalNews.com, reflects on anti-cancer benefits of the 'apple peel'. "Cancer patients who do not want to follow the conventional treatment path – … [Read more...] about Amazing Abilities Of Apple Peels To Keep Cancer At Bay
Aside from being full of vitamins and minerals, a diet that contains fresh fruits and vegetables gives your body access to antioxidants that can help boost skin health and protect your skin from sun damage, as mentioned previously. Here Michelle Simmons, AgingSecrets.news, reflects on surprising results from a new study on degenerative effects of aging, that involves consuming red wine and chocolate: "Your skin also ages as you get older. Luckily, researchers have found a new way to … [Read more...] about Eating Chocolate And Drinking Red Wine Can Help Fight Skin Aging And Wrinkles, Says Study
A colorless volatile flammable liquid that is produced by the natural fermentation of sugars and is the intoxicating constituent of wine, beer, spirits, and other drinks, and is also used as an industrial solvent and as fuel, refers to alcohol, mentioned previously. Here Linda Carroll, NBCnews.com, reflects on negative health effects of alcohol drinking and recent study: "For years experts have touted moderate alcohol consumption as protective against heart disease. But a new study … [Read more...] about Moderate Alcohol Drinking Linked To Hypertension And Can Be Harmful, Says Study
Specific steps should be followed to increase life expectancy, and exercise is considered one way to extend life. Activity requiring physical effort, carried out to sustain or improve health and fitness is referred to as exercise, as previously mentioned throughout. A little movement can greatly improve our body and minds. The Body Reboot book reveals how a low carb, high fat diet can improve health. Here Jose Lopez, NaturalNews.com, reflects on consumption of quercetin to protect red blood … [Read more...] about Surprising How Quercetin Can Protect Red Blood Cells Before And After A Strenuous Workout
Nutrition is a major part of being healthy, and the need to maintain a healthy diet is substantial. Eating healthy foods can help reduce the risk for a variety of conditions including cancer, diabetes and heart disease. Here Vicki Batts, Phytonutrients.news, reflects on reasons to eat foods rich in carotenoids: "Eating an array of colorful fruits and vegetables is an integral part of any healthy diet, but some of the most potent cancer-fighting compounds can be found in warm-hued … [Read more...] about Carotenoids Can Help Reduce The Risk Of Breast Cancer, Says Study
Cruciferous vegetables are extremely low in calories but high in fiber and nutrients, and Brussels sprouts are considered healthy to eat. As previously mentioned, 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. Here Edsel Cook, NaturalNews.com, reflects on eating Brussels sprouts to reduce risk of cancer: Image courtesy of: Leszek.Leszczynski "If you have been eating kale for its … [Read more...] about Brussels Sprouts Scientifically Linked With Lower Risk Of Cancer
It seems that vitamin K2 is relatively new, however, possible health benefits are suggested for further investigation related to bone strength and arterial health. Reports correlate vitamin K consumption with bone health. Here Dr. Joseph Mercola, Mercola.com, reflects on the many benefits of vitamin K2: "Vitamin K is a fat-soluble vitamin essential for the functioning of several proteins involved in physiological processes. Naturally occurring forms are vitamin K1 (referred to as … [Read more...] about Are You Getting Enough Vitamin K2 In Your Diet?
In our world today, 'dried fruit' is widespread with raisins being in the majority. However, prunes, dates, apricots, figs, peaches, pears and apples are in the mix. Some fruits such as cranberries, cherries, strawberries, mangoes and blueberries are infused with added sugar before drying. Here Adda Bjarnadottir, MS,HealthLine.com, reflects on the pros and cons of 'dried fruit'. "Information about dried fruit is very conflicting. Some say it is a nutritious, healthy snack, while … [Read more...] about How Does Dried Fruit Have Both Good And Bad Aspects?