Despite the evidence, many of us still ask whether it is worth it to buy organic foods. If you have any doubt, here’s the crucial evidence proving just how important eating organic food is to our environment and our health.
Recent research finds that magnesium is required to absorb and metabolize vitamin D supplements. Find out how much is needed and best sources.
Why does more than 80% of the world’s population have H. pylori without health consequences, while Western versions of H. pylori infections are linked to ulcers, gastritis and stomach cancer? Find out.
Recent research finds that cranberries are not just good for UTIs. They also contain a potent prebiotic that feeds the bacteria in our colon.
Research on arsenic shows many rice foods from around the world contain unsafe levels of arsenic. Learn how to reduce your arsenic levels from rice foods.
Tree nuts are delicious, and easy to munch. Turns out they also help prevent colon cancer, and they deter colon cancer remission.
Recent research confirms that a diet naturally high in nitrate will boost athletic performance as well as cardiovascular health. Learn why and get the top 40 foods high in nitrate.
Regular consumption of avocado reduces our risk of metabolic syndrome. Effects of avocados includes lowering triglycerides and bad cholesterol, reducing weight, dropping inflammation and lowering blood sugar.
Citrus fruits like oranges, tangerines, lemons increase circulation immediately after consumption. They also boost memory and cognition, and reduce the risk of strokes with regular citrus fruit consumption.
Rice bran, rice bran oil and their extracts can seriously reduce bad cholesterol such as LDL-c and triglycerides. They also reduce body fat and improve artery health.
The recommendation that fresh fruit is bad for diabetics or helps cause diabetes is simply wrong. The proof is in the research evidence.
Watercress is seriously anticancer. New research finds it blocks DNA damage, inhibits cancer metabolism and halts cancer growth in several types of cancer.
Research confirms that antioxidants intake among kids directly relates to their risk of having allergies. Learn more about the connection between allergies and antioxidants.
Drinking just one more cup of plain water a day can help us reduce consumption of junky foods. Here is the evidence.