Sunday, November 18, 2018

Nutrition News

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)

Is Your Food Causing Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)?

  Have you ever considered that those irritating stomach issues which seem to come back when you least expect them might be Irritable bowel syndrome? Or have you had those shooting pains which can sometimes make...
Hunger Hormone Effects

The Effect Hunger Hormones Have on Your Body

  Who’d have thought that tucked away in all of our bodies were some hidden little mechanisms that had the power to make us hungry, or in turn take away that hunger. Well believe it or...
health-benefits-of-glucosamine

The Health Benefits of Glucosamine for Your Joints

  With life in general, and particularly as you get older, it could be that you have started noticing that your knees and hips have started aching; that the flight of steps that you used...

6 Ways to Avoid Stress Related Eating

  Most people would probably agree that when they start to feel a bit stressed out they tend to reach for the biscuit tin, or something else they find comforting in the food cupboard. This seems...
artificial sweeteners

Are All Artificial Sweeteners Bad for You?

  As loads of people these days are jumping on the bandwagon of diets or on the unhappier side being diagnosed with diabetes, artificial sweeteners, or sugar substitutes are gaining in popularity. The main reason for...

Nutrition

Boost-your-vitamin-K

10 Everyday Foods to Boost Your Vitamin K Levels

As if we don’t need another good reason to make sure we are including some fresh vegetables in our diets, along comes another one...
Lean plant protein

Health Benefits of Switching to a Plant Based Protein Diet

  Lately changing to a plant based type of diet has become quite popular for millions of people, and this trend doesn’t seem to be...
Vitamin E

Vitamin E

Vitamin E is one of nature's most powerful antioxidants, helping in reversing the effects of ageing by stopping free radicals from damaging our cells. This...
Vitamin D

Vitamin D

  Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that is not found naturally in many foods. It plays three key roles in our bodies. The first and...
vitamin a

Vitamin A

Vitamin A is a fat soluble vitamin that is naturally present in quite a lot of the foods we eat. It is key for protecting...
Is Your Body Vitamin Deficient?

Is Your Body Vitamin Deficient?

  Most people seem to think that vitamin deficiencies are a thing of the past. But unfortunately the sad truth is that the majority of the...

Anti-Aging

Keeping your brain sharp

Keeping Your Brain Sharp as You Age

  According to the experts, as we begin to creep up to the ripe old age of 50, most of us will in some way...
Slow Your Aging

Help Slow Your Aging to Combat Lifestyle Diseases

  It is important to be on a healthy eating plan no matter what age you are, but it gets even more crucial the older...
Foods that cause wrinkles

Foods That Cause Wrinkles and Make Your Face Appear Older

  If someone sat you down and told you what foods were going to make you age faster, would you make the effort to avoid...
why aging people need vitamin D

Why Our Aging Population Needs Vitamin D

  Older members of the population, who have found themselves either stuck in the home or hospitalized for any extended period of time, will more...
Cruciferous Vegetables

Eat Cruciferous Vegetables the Anti-Aging Superfoods

  If you are looking for great a source of foods that are chock full of antioxidant plant compounds to help you try to slow...
Cleanse your liver

Cleanse your liver to Stay Young and Healthy

  Your liver is the largest internal organ in your body and plays an extremely vital role in your health and wellbeing. If your liver is...

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