Lutein is a yellow pigment and naturally occurring carotenoid that is produced by plants.
A pigment in leafy vegetables stops the degrading of ‘crystallized intelligence’ by old age, new research finds.
Continue reading 10 Foods That Preserve Intelligence And Brain Health →
Chronic fatigue syndrome is a physical disorder, the nutrients that fight migraines, walnuts reduce stress, diet tips for improve memory and more…
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Those who eat 20 grams of nuts daily have a smaller chance of developing a wide range of illnesses including infectious diseases, cancers, diabetes and heart disease.
A review of 29 studies on 819,000 people around the world reveals that eating at least 20g of nuts a day can cut the risk of infectious diseases by 75%, lung disease by 52% and diabetes by 40%. Continue reading Nuts: Do You Really Need Them? This Will Help You Decide! →
Everyone faces stress or anxiety at some point, but when these feelings get out of control, it can have a huge negative impact on our lives.
But sometimes we forget that nature has given us ways to fight with such problems. Continue reading Reduce Your Anxiety And Stress With This Common Probiotic →
The common belief is that tasty foods are unhealthy and cause weight gain but new research challenges this perception.
Tasty foods such as potato chips, chocolate chip cookies and sweetened condensed milk may not promote long-term overeating and obesity. Continue reading The Biggest Myth About Tasty Foods — Debunked! →
High levels of magnesium can decrease the chance of serious conditions such as anxiety, diabetes, blood pressure, heart disease and stroke.
Magnesium in general is vital in humans since it is involved in different functions such as protein production, synthesis of DNA and carbohydrate metabolism. Continue reading 11 Ways Low Magnesium Levels Are Dangerous →
If you are worried about your waistline then eating sweet potato pies through the holiday season might not be a good idea, but the cooking water could reduce your waistline.
Sweet potatoes are a good source of dietary fibre and nutrients such as manganese, vitamin A, vitamin B5, vitamin B6 and vitamin C. Continue reading The Cooking Water From Sweet Potatoes Helps Weight Loss →
Many people of different ages suffer from rough, dry skin, dry patches, eczema and psoriasis.
As winter comes the conditions gets worse, but there are ways and treatments to keep your dry skin healthy and ease any problems. Continue reading Dry Skin: 8 Ways To Make It Soft And Healthy In The Winter →
Missing just one to two hours of the recommended seven hours sleep at night will double your chances of a car crash next day.
Drivers who sleep less than five hours daily are at 4 times the crash risk. Continue reading Only One Hour Less Sleep Doubles Drivers Crash Risk →
Unlike meat-based food, there is no doubt that a plant-based diet is good for the planet, but can a vegetarian diet offer a nutritionally adequate diet and additional health benefits?
The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, in their new update, claim that “appropriately planned” vegetarian and vegan diets are suitable for everybody. Continue reading Vegetarian Diets: A Healthier Way Of Protecting Against Certain Diseases →