There are a lot of people avoiding grains in their diets, and with good arguments for it. And a lot of people who have serious problems with grains… like gluten intolerance or celiac disease obviously need to always avoid grains. But it seems some of us may be avoiding them when we shouldn’t. Recent studies have found that grains may help us live longer and avoid heart disease and cancer. And that's not all...
Most people who think of “fighting aging” think of one’s appearance — of “showing their age”… wrinkles, looking tired, having less energy, etc. But there’s a pretty important one that left unattended can lead to such things as: Atherosclerosis and Heart Disease, Stroke, Diabetes, and Respiratory Disease. And, for women, it’s recently also been linked to: Elevated risk of esophageal, breast, and gallbladder cancers. What is it?
With back to school season upon us, and the seasonal flu likely peeking around the corner, it's important to ensure the vitamins and nutrients you take in are being fully utilized to maintain a strong immune system. Here's an easy and tasty way to do just that.
The habit, although it’s so ever-present it may be more of an environmental thing than a habit…has been reported to cause all kinds of risks and damage to people’s health, but this is a new one… increasing a person’s risk of colon cancer by 60%. But it is a risk you CAN control... you just need to know of the risk, and the possible controls...
Did you know that if you follow the advice to eat probiotic-rich foods like yogurt and sauerkraut to help improve your gut health — or if you take probiotic supplements for that purpose — you still have to “feed” those probiotics to get them to stick around long enough to be of benefit to you? You do... and we just read about a study that found a very popular and good-tasking snack type food is really good at this.
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