Category: food

Let Food Be Your Medicine

Food has the power to nourish your body.. In the 4th Century BCE, the Greek physician Hippocrates authored the famous quote., “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” We now know that food like berries,...

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Flu-fighting Foods to Keep You Healthy

Food can be used to fend off the flu. Common foods many people already have in their pantries can be powerful flu-fighters. Garlic, for example, contain compounds that have direct antiviral effects and may help destroy the flu...

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Your Flatter-Belly Foods

Leafy greens, bell peppers, radishes, corn, carrots, squash, tomatoes, potatoes Beef, chicken, fish, pork, tofu (must be extra firm), eggs Hard cheeses like cheddar, feta, or Parmesan Almond milk Bananas, pineapples, berries,...

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Eat Food, Not Supplements

Focus on getting your nutrients through a balanced diet that includes plenty of plant foods, not supplements. Research has found that eating whole foods provides a wide range of health benefits that supplements haven’t...

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Worst Meal for Your Health

The Whole Hog Burger with 2,850 calories. Sold by Uno Pizzeria & Grill, the burger contains five meats-beef, sausage, bacon, prosciutto and pepperoni, plus five cheeses. It is served with fries and onion rings, but those...

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Making A Splash

One way to measure a food’s “water footprint” is to calculate the number of gallons of water it takes to produce one serving of the food. For animals, it’s not just the water they drink, but also the...

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Food Allergy Offenders

Here are the chief food allergy offenders: Eight foods account for 90 percent of all food-allergic reactions in the United States, according to Food Allergy Research & Education. These foods are: Peanuts Tree nuts Milk Eggs...

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Benefits Of Fiber Rich Foods

Reduces blood sugar level after meals Filling with few calories Helps prevent regaining lost weight Feeds beneficial colon bacteria Decreases number of calories absorbed   Foods Highest in Fiber–Dried beans, lentils...

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Dodge Diabetes

Lose (not gain) pounds Do at least 30 minutes of brisk walking or other aerobic exercise every day.  Experts also recommend strength training sessions two or three times a week. Limit sweets, especially sugar-sweetened drinks....

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