Pumpkin seeds are the kernels of the pumpkin fruit. Popular during Halloween, pumpkins are squash-like vegetables that are native to Mexico. Their edible seeds have been used as food and oil resource for centuries. Some parts in Central Europe are known to cultivate pumpkins specifically for their seeds, which are high-value commodity produce. Pumpkin seeds are nutrient-packed snacks that contain high concentrations of beneficial compounds. In fact, an article on the Mother Nature Network … [Read more...] about Why You Should Eat More Pumpkin Fruit Seeds
The Western diet is rich in red meat, processed and artificially sweetened foods, dairy products, and salt, with minimal intake of vegetables, legumes, fruits, fish, and whole grains. The Western diet is correlated with an elevated incidence of obesity, cancer, heart disease, and other related diseases. Here Rose Lidell, Food.news, reflects on study indicating fatty, sugary Western diets can cause skin inflammation and psoriasis: "According to a study, the Western diet isn’t just bad for your … [Read more...] about Western Diets Can Increase Skin Inflammation And Psoriasis,Says Study
Incorporate natural foods that are full of water and vitamins into your diet for healthier skin. Colorful vegetables like beets, carrots, cucumbers, red peppers and tomatoes are full of hydrating water and dietary fiber. Tomatoes contain lycopene, a compound that helps boost your skin’s natural protection against UV damage. Studies have found that UV damage “is a major contributor to premature aging and skin cancer, as previously noted. Here Zoey Sky, NaturalNews.com, reflects … [Read more...] about Boost Your Skin Health By Consuming Superfoods
Omega-3 fatty acids are a healthy fats commonly found in fatty fish. These essential nutrients help keep you mentally sharp and play important roles in the development and healthy functions of your brain, as previously noted. Here Olivia Cook, NaturalNews.com, reflects on omega-3 fatty acids as the alpha when it comes to healthy fats: "Omega fatty acids are a family of unsaturated fats (omega-3s, omega-6s and omega-9s) that each confer different health benefits. But when it comes to healthy … [Read more...] about Omega-3s Are Considered Essential Fatty Acids
Some might consider juicing as just another health fad, but don’t be fooled. Juicing has been around for centuries, and there’s a reason this simple food preparation method has stood the test of time. For one thing, consuming foods as juice results in better nutrient absorption. One reason our bodies take hours to digest a single meal is that the gastric acids first need to break down food particles to release their nutrients. This process can take several hours depending on one’s gut … [Read more...] about Drink Spinach Juice To Boost Your Overall Health
Vitamin D deficiency is incredibly common around the world, but many mistakenly believe they aren’t at risk because they consume vitamin D-fortified foods, such as milk. Few foods have therapeutic levels of vitamin D naturally, and even fortified foods do not contain enough vitamin D to support your health needs, as previously noted. Here Zoey Sky, NaturalNews.com, reflects on treating psoriasis and vitiligo with vitamin D intake: "A study suggests that optimizing your vitamin D intake … [Read more...] about How Can Vitamin D Help Treat Psoriasis And Vitiligo?
After the leaves change color and the temperature drops, humidity in the air also decreases. This can make your skin feel and look drier. Drinking enough water and eating nutritious foods can help your skin stay healthy from the inside out, as previously noted. Here Rose Lidell, Food.news, reflects on how to look and feel younger by eating superfoods: "Aging is a natural part of life. However, it’s not normal when your body has a “biological age” older than your actual age. This was the … [Read more...] about How Does Your Diet Affect Your Skin Health?