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Doctor Warns: Eat This and You’ll Look 5 Years Older

A new study at the Hawaii Center for Health Research showed people who consumed a lot of this "healthy" food in mid-life not only aged less gracefully, they were more likely to experience brain...

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Fermented Foods Gaining Popularity as Health Benefits Become More Widely Recognized

18 Jul 2016 | 212,209 Views

Hardly a day should go by without you enjoying these 2 foods - together, they're positive for gene expression, negative for disease and awesome for a glorious new energy and take on life. Despite their superior affordability and trendiness, millions ignore them. How about you?

Top Tips to Keep Fruits and Veggies Fresh Longer

11 Jul 2016 | 77,748 Views

Doesn’t it bother you when the fresh produce you just bought seems to spoil so quickly, rendering the celery limp, the apples mealy and the avocados mushy? Here are some tips to help keep your fruits and veggies fresh longer, saving you money, time and frustration.

The Surprising Health Benefits of Unripe Banana, Papaya and Mango

04 Jul 2016 | 228,638 Views

As these foods ripen, their starch converts into sugars. Not only that, their nutritional content changes too. One of these unripe foods contains more vitamin C than ripened ones and all of them give your gut a healthy boost by their levels of digestive-resistant starches that slowly ferment in your large intestine, acting as prebiotics.

More Reasons to Eat Your Broccoli

04 Jul 2016 | 45,502 Views

Scientists already knew broccoli was loaded with incredible enzymes and compounds like sulforaphane. A new study found phenolic compounds in broccoli may prevent several types of cancer, as well as several other diseases. But as beneficial as broccoli is, sprouting it accelerates the nutrients dramatically.

How Gluten and Modern Food Processing Contribute to Poor Health

02 Jul 2016 | 274,887 Views

Today's wheat contains a potent chemical that's been shown to severely damage your gut flora and cause chronic disease. The presence of this chemical in wheat has risen in tandem with the rise in celiac disease. Why is it there and what can you do?

Food Monopoly Aimed at Controlling Population Destroys Environment and Poses Serious Threat to Human Health

28 Jun 2016 | 197,780 Views

Even affluence is no guarantee you won't fall victim to this negative influence on your health. In fact, no matter how thin or wealthy you are, this travesty is one to avoid, unless you want to be a sitting duck for disease and an early grave. Because by its very definition, it is "against life."

How Food Can Improve or Worsen Your Thyroid Function

27 Jun 2016 | 88,259 Views

Some people with thyroid issues are told certain foods might aggravate the problem. With all the conflicting information out there, it can get pretty confusing. The good news is, in the right amounts, even cruciferous vegetables are good for you. Here’s the scoop on your thyroid, what it does and how to ensure it functions at its best.

W.H.O Reverses Position on Coffee Causing Cancer

27 Jun 2016 | 30,827 Views

In 1991, the World Health Organization reported coffee to be a "possible carcinogen," but a reversal in that pronouncement confirms there's no actual evidence to that effect, except in relation to coffee (or tea) served too hot. Meanwhile, multiple studies reveal that coffee may lower your risk of cancer and other serious diseases.

What Happens to Meat When It’s Grilled?

22 Jun 2016 | 59,764 Views

Grilling your meat increases your risk of ingesting three different types of carcinogenic chemicals. If you must grill, there are several ways of reducing your risk, improving the flavor and enjoying your meal.

Rash of Foodborne Outbreaks Highlight Dangers of Industrialized Food System

21 Jun 2016 | 259,994 Views

They're not your usual suspects, but these are unusual times - and thanks to an uptick in foodborne disease outbreaks one of them has sickened 38 people in 20 states, and the others may be contaminated with listeria, salmonella and staph.


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