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Want to feel younger than a freshly hatched chick this spring? Well, the simple solution we’ve all been searching for could just be resting on our plates. Read on to discover easy healthy eating tips.   Quick food guide to eating well for long life...

According to The American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association, there are two times more Americans living with autoimmune diseases than heart-related diseases. The good news is that, unlike most chronic diseases, there is so much you can do to take back control over your health by...

If you've made the decision to start watching what you put in your body, I think you're definitely on the right track. It is well known, and it is not uncommon, that many people don't see their diets through, or never seem to find the...

There have been countless studies that have pointed out the fact that chocolate, especially dark chocolate, is extremely healthy for you. This is due to the fact that it contains cacao in it that provides numerous benefits. Apart from this, chocolates are also known to...

Universities in Manchester have conducted new research that demonstrates how British Muslims with diabetes are avoiding getting GP surgery in order to participate in fasting during “Ramadan”, a holy month celebrated in the religion. For the UK, this research is considered the first of its...

Coffee and weight loss—chances are if you don't like both of these things, you at least like one of them; if not, chances are you are not human. Researchers are excited to announce that both may be possible through a new supplement that has been creating...

Fish Most (wild) fish is loaded with omega-3 fatty acids. Omega-3 has health benefits like anti-aging properties, skin improving properties, and cancer-preventing properties. Wild fish is also full of vitamin D. Vitamin D is a major immune system booster, and it allows for calcium to be...

Coffee is what tons of people rely on for a morning wake up zing. Coffee can be used to reduce hangovers, keep people awake, and for other things, but is it really good for you? Benefits of Coffee Coffee can prevent Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's, and liver Cirrhosis. Coffee...

Want to feel younger than a freshly hatched chick this spring? Well, the simple solution we’ve all been searching for could just be resting on our plates. Read on to discover easy healthy eating tips.  

Quick food guide to eating well for long life… 

Aging, in a nutshell, means “rust”- too much sticky stuff accumulates in the body, and the body’s garbage disposal system weakens so it can’t get rid of the sticky stuff.

This quote from popular healthy eating promoters and authors, Dr. William Sears and Martha Sears, adequately sums up the aging process.  

But how does this quote make you feel? For many of us, making the connection between what we eat and how our body ages aren’t enjoyable; which is why we’ve gathered some easy and simple healthy eating guidelines to help you dust out your aging rust. 

1. Get back to the basics: 

Attempt to make a transition from modern fast food, packaged, and processed eating habits to the traditional, raw, and pure foods our body craves and enjoys.  

An easy healthy eating tip is to shop around the border of your supermarket, as this is where all of the wholes, natural foods are. Think in terms of fruit, vegetables, nuts, grains, seeds, and lean meats.  

If you have to make it yourself – fantastic! If it comes out of a tub, jug, packet, jar, container, or box – avoid it where possible.  

 

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2. Be superfood savvy: 

Just like you can put an enhancer in your tank to make your fuel last longer and your engine run better, research suggests that superfoods can help you to live a long and healthy life.  

Some great superfoods to try to include salmon, blueberries, beans and lentils, acai, sweet potatoes, olive oil, goji berries, spinach, broccoli, flaxseed meal, kale, avocados, nuts, oatmeal, pomegranate juice, yogurt, garlic, red onions, tofu, tomatoes, and barley.  

3. Munch on some omega-3: 

According to the Harvard School of Public Health, individuals that eat around one to two three-ounce servings of fatty fish per week can decrease their threat of heart disease-related death by 36 percent.  

Plenty of other studies also advocate the consumption of omega-3 to reduce the risk of cancer, fight inflammation, lower cholesterol, and keep aging brains fighting fit. You can find omega-3 in seafood such as salmon, mackerel, and herring, as well as leafy greens, flaxseed, and walnuts. 

 

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4. Include Antioxidants to your diet: 

Want to actually slow down the aging process? Then you’ll want to invest in some antioxidants. Many experts say that antioxidants such as brightly colored fruit and vegetables protect cells from dangerous free radicals. They also eliminate toxins in the body and promote a healthy, young-looking body.  

Dine wisely. Nutritionists and other experts illustrate that it’s not just what you eat, it’s how you eat that is important too. If you want to boost your nutrition this spring, why not try out some of these handy tips? 

  •  Understand the difference between hunger, boredom, and thirst. Know when your body needs food and when it needs water or a change of scenery. 
  • Eat slowly and try chewing a mouthful until it’s almost completely dissipated in your mouth. Do not swallow large chunks. 
  • Always make sure you sit down and eat. Don’t read or watch TV while you’re eating. 
  • Eat until you’re satisfied, not until your buttons are bursting. Reduce your portion sizes. Your stomach is about the size of your fist, so don’t try and fill it up with five times that amount. 
  • With these simple guidelines and easy healthy eating tips, you can be well on your way to looking like a teenager this spring. 

Forget the reality shows where a contestant tosses back a glass of bull urine. Most of us are living a real-life Ick Factor every time we indulge in some of our favorite foods. Check out these 14-nauseating food combination:

 1. Beetle Shells

Starbucks recently took a PR hit after it was revealed the company was using crushed-up beetle shells to make the red dye used in some products. Although Starbucks dropped this bad food combination, it’s still found in red dyes used for cakes, cherries, jams, and tomato products.

2. Castoreum

This innocent-sounding word describes a mixture of beavers’ anal secretions and urine. Castoreum is found in fruit flavorings, like vanilla and raspberry. Usually, it’s listed only as “natural flavoring.”

3. Collagen

That perennial dessert favorite called gelatin is made using the fibrous tissue (collagen) of animals. A common source of food collagen comes from the skin of pigs.

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4. Duck Feathers and Human Hair

L-cysteine is an amino acid frequently used to soften packaged slices of bread. Where does the yuck factor come in? Most l-cysteine is made from human hair—but at least one big-name fast-food brand is said to use a form made from duck feathers.

5. Maggots

Mmmm… maggots? According to FDA guidelines, manufacturers are permitted to up to 20 maggots in a small can of mushrooms.

6. Mold

Yes, that same stuff we scrub from our homes every year is allowed to be in some canned products. For instance, the FDA permits canned fruit and veggie juices to contain up to 15% mold.

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7. Pink “Slime”

This mix of fatty cow parts and waste meat is treated with ammonia gas before it’s added to ground beef as filler.

8. Pregnancy Hormones

BPA (bisphenol A), which is used as a lining for canned foods, acts like estrogen when it’s ingested. It can cause everything from behavioral problems in kids to metabolism changes in everyone.

9. Rat Hair

That rodent in Ratatouille is high on scruffy cuteness. But chances are good you wouldn’t want any of his hair in your chocolate. Yet, that’s exactly what you may be eating when you indulge in the treat. The FDA allows one rat hair per 100 grams of chocolate.

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10. Rocket Fuel

Rocket fuel is good for rockets. But for humans? Not so much. Leading lettuce-producing state California irrigates many farms with water potentially contaminated with low levels of the fuel component perchlorate. Studies suggest that perchlorate harms thyroid function.

11. Sawdust

You can thank cellulose, a.k.a. sawdust, for keeping shredded cheese from clumping. This disgusting food combination, which also extends a product’s shelf life, is found in processed foods for both humans and pets.

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12. Toilet Bowl Cleaner

Some potato chip manufacturers use sodium bisulfate, a common toilet bowl cleaner ingredient, to bleach discoloration out of potato chips.

13. Toxic Pesticides

Food experts say that imported shrimp is one of the most contaminated seafood ever.

Much of the supply, which goes largely uninspected, is riddled with antibiotics, fish farm cleaning chemicals, and pesticide residue.

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14. Vet Medications

Take a bite out of a burger and you may also be getting a mouthful of drugs used to treat the cattle: from antibiotics to animal de-wormer.

According to The American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association, there are two times more Americans living with autoimmune diseases than heart-related diseases. The good news is that, unlike most chronic diseases, there is so much you can do to take back control over your health by incorporating these 5 recommended foods to help autoimmune diseases. Autoimmune diseases result from an unusual immune response of the body against tissue and substances normally existent in the body (autoimmunity). Autoimmune diseases are among the leading causes of suffering across the world.

There are two times more Americans living with autoimmune diseases than heart-related diseases – The American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association

1. Vitamin A

Lack of Vitamin A has been linked to autoimmune diseases such as type-1 diabetes and rheumatoid arthritis. Vitamin A, otherwise known as retinol, is present in animal products such as fish, fermented cod liver oil, shellfish, liver, and butterfat from grass-fed cows. Additionally, plant carotenes which are a precursor of Vitamin A are present in carrots and sweet potatoes. However, the conversion rate of plant carotenes is low as compared to retinol. Research shows that only an insignificant 3% of beta carotene gets converted in a healthy adult.

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2. Vitamin D

Vitamin D is also known as “Sunshine Vitamin.” They are extremely essential for a variety of immunological and metabolic pathways in the body. Just like Vitamin A, Vitamin D is also present in dairy and animal fats. However, soaking up in the sun is also very helpful—about 30 minutes every day, depending on your complexion. Also, you might want to consider getting tested every 3-6 months to ensure your Vitamin D levels in the body are ideal.

3. Vitamin K2

Vitamin K2 is effective at fighting against autoimmune diseases. Unfortunately, this is one of the most common nutrient deficiencies in our diets. Vitamin K2 is most effective when combined with other fat-soluble Vitamins A and D present in whole food forms like organ meat or grass-fed butter oil also known as ghee. A popular dish that has high levels of Vitamin K2 is the Japanese superfood known as Natto.

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4. Iron

A lack of sufficient amounts of iron in the body makes way for several autoimmune diseases. The explanation behind this is that a large amount of ferritin, stored iron, is absorbed in the intestines.

It’s important to tackle the underlying cause of the iron deficiency. For instance, healing of the microbiome is important for healthier nutrient absorption, particularly iron. Healing the gut allows foods such as spinach, liver, and other iron-rich foods to work against autoimmune diseases.

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5. Macronutrients

Magnesium, zinc and selenium are perfect examples of macronutrients. Their deficiency is associated with several autoimmune diseases due to chronic inflammation which lowers the absorption of these vital nutrients. Seeds and nuts such as Brazil nuts as well and oysters are a perfect source of these vital health nutrients. Just like other nutrients, macronutrients are essential for the production and conversion of the thyroid hormone and thyroid-related problems such as Hashimoto disease—one of the most common autoimmune conditions.

If you’ve made the decision to start watching what you put in your body, I think you’re definitely on the right track. It is well known, and it is not uncommon, that many people don’t see their diets through, or never seem to find the time to get a handle on their diet habits. I am going to explain to you how to slowly start a healthy diet plan.

Baby steps are sometimes the best steps. And if you follow this easy series of questions, you can start to get a really firm grasp on what you’re eating. It all starts with knowing.
A lot of the time, people just don’t keep track of what they eat. So, going from “not thinking at all about eating” and jumping to “thinking about eating and trying to eat differently” … well, it can be a big challenge.

Start a Diet with Knowledge

One step at a time, right? The first thing you can do is just keep track of what you’re eating.
Now, I don’t mean you have to carry around a little booklet, or a smartphone note app, and remember to jot down everything you eat; that will work, but there’s an easier way. All it takes is about 10 minutes every night. Sit down and make a list. You’re going to write down everything you ate in the last 24 hours.
But here’s the secret: don’t start with that morning. Instead, work backward.

 

Healthy Diet Plan Step 1: Working backward, what have you eaten today?
Start with writing down your dinner. Then remember back and jot down a snack you might have had in the afternoon. And then write down your lunch. Finally, write down your breakfast, even if it was just grabbing something as you ran out the door.
Why does this work? Instead of going all the way back to this morning in one jump, working your way back is just an easier way to remember. As you go back in your mind, little cues will remind you of where you were and what you did.
Next, write down beverages.

 

Healthy Diet Plan Step 2: With your meals, and throughout the day, what did you drink?
Besides your meals and snacks, write down any drinks you had. If you drank coffee or tea, make sure you write down how much sugar and/or cream you put in.

Once you’ve done that, take a moment and scan through your day again in your head. Did you have any little drinks along the way? Write those down too.
Next, we cover add-ons.

 

Healthy Diet Plan Step 3: Did you have anything for dessert with your meals?
Lots of people forget about grabbing a cookie while cleaning up dinner. But, these small snacks can quickly make the calories add up.
And last but not least, the nibbles.

 

Healthy Diet Plan Step 4: Did you eat any small things over the course of the day?
Now that you’ve been over your day a few times in your head, it will be easier to remember any little bites or snacks you may have routinely grabbed.

When you picked up that coffee, did you get something with it?
Were there snacks in the office that day?
That’s all there is to it. Once you start working backward, remembering what you’ve eaten gets a lot easier.

Do this for a few days and then think about the calories you’ve taken in. Look back at your lists. Notice any trends or habits? Know your eating schedule; it will make it easier to slide into a new diet.
You can even start by making small changes. Start with a healthy breakfast. Cut out the soda and other sugary drinks. It all adds up.

 

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There have been countless studies that have pointed out the fact that chocolate, especially dark chocolate, is extremely healthy for you. This is due to the fact that it contains cacao in it that provides numerous benefits. Apart from this, chocolates are also known to have theobromine and flavonoids. Here are the top five health benefits that chocolate is known to provide:

Great For The Heart

Chocolate offers many cardiovascular benefits. A Swedish study found out that women who consumed one or two dark chocolate servings every week reduced their heart failure risk by a third. Another German study found out that consuming a square of dark chocolate every day could reduce stroke and heart attack risk and can help in lowering blood pressure. Most of the credit goes to flavonoids that help in increasing the artery and vein flexibility.

Helps In Weight Loss

Some of the researchers situated at the University of Copenhagen found out that dark chocolate tends to be extremely filling, even more so than the lighter colored chocolates. This means that dark chocolate can help in lessening salty, fatty food, and sweet cravings.

Prevents Diabetes

An Italian study was conducted in which it was established that the participants who indulged in dark chocolate, once every day, for a consecutive 15 days saw that they had more potential for a significant drop in their insulin resistance. The lead researcher in the study stated that flavonoids found in dark chocolate helped in increasing the production of nitric oxide. This aids in controlling sensitivity towards insulin.

Reduces Stress

Many people are known to consume more chocolate when they are stressed. And the good thing is that this might not be such a bad thing to do. The scientists in Switzerland found out that when extremely anxious people consumed an ounce and a half worth of dark chocolate each day for a period of two weeks, they reduced their stress hormone levels significantly. The metabolic effects related to stress had also been mitigated partially. Therefore, anyone suffering from a breakup should indulge in some dark chocolate as opposed to ice cream.

Offers Protection From The Sun

The researchers based in London had recently tested what flavonoids were capable of against the sun. After the study, subjects were made to eat chocolate for a period of three months consisting of high flavonoid levels. The skin of the participants took two times as long for it to redden due to a burn. However, the subjects who were consuming chocolate containing low amounts of flavonoid did not receive the same amount of sun protection. Therefore, you need to be on the lookout for brands that offer higher levels of healthy compounds.

Ramadan_and_DiabetesUniversities in Manchester have conducted new research that demonstrates how British Muslims with diabetes are avoiding getting GP surgery in order to participate in fasting during “Ramadan”, a holy month celebrated in the religion. For the UK, this research is considered the first of its kind.

A lot of researchers found many individuals fasting during Ramadan, despite having serious cases of diabetes. And the worst part was that many of these people avoided telling their physicians that they were doing these. Many of those who were told not to fast went ahead and did it anyway.

Number of Muslim Diabetics in the UK

There are approximately 3 million people in the UK who have been diagnosed with diabetes. This number is four times greater than that of people in Pakistan and Bangladesh. Recent figures also suggest that a little more than 300,000 Muslims who reside in the UK have diabetes.

Ramadan: Trouble for Diabetic Muslims

The problem with Ramadan in 2014 is that it falls at the end of June. As a result, the increased amount of daylight will mean more hours of required fasting. For a Muslim diabetic, this can be a serious issue and regularly maintaining glycemic control without eating is a difficult task indeed.

Although the Islamic law states that a “sick” Muslim can be exempt from fasting, the majority of those in the UK don’t view themselves this way. As a result, they decide to fast and all of them suffer from the risk of experiencing severe complications and a lower quality of life by doing so.

Fasting For Ramadan and Diabetes: What are the Risks?

The reason why fasting during the Ramadan has been discouraged by medical professors is because patients showed a relatively high chance of experiencing complications thereafter. Due to the low amount of food intake by Muslims, they will be at a higher chance of developing something called “Hypoglycemia”.

It is estimated that close to 4% of all diabetic patients die due to untreated or severe hypoglycemia. And while this number is slightly lower for patients with type 2 diabetes, it is safe to say that it is a widespread problem among Muslims, especially during this time of year. The chances of developing hypoglycemia during the Ramadan is about 5x more likely due to fasting- and this is for patients with type 1 diabetes.

For patients with type 2 diabetes, the chances of developing hypoglycemia is about 7 times higher during the Ramadan. And experts believe that these numbers are drastically underestimated. But even with these numbers, Muslims with diabetes need to tread carefully when fasting, or they will be at risk for severe complications.

What Will Happen Moving Forward?

Medical experts believe that the best way to handle this situation is to get more Muslims involved in the diabetic community, primarily from the standpoint of being a physician or educator. This will show Muslim diabetes that fasting can be exceptionally dangerous to their long-term health, and that it should be avoided as much as possible.

Coffee and weight loss—chances are if you don’t like both of these things, you at least like one of them; if not, chances are you are not human.

Researchers are excited to announce that both may be possible through a new supplement that has been creating a constant drip of excitement in the dietary brewing pot as of late.
The supplement in question is a concentrated extract from the green coffee bean, and studies show that the weight-loss agent promotes a steady expenditure of energy throughout the day when taken with meals.

The study in question involved 1,050 milligrams of the green coffee extract being administered (alternating a week on, a week off) to a group of 16 participants over a period of 22 weeks. On average, those that received the administration lost 17 lbs—a significant amount: 10 percent more than the placebo group.

To better put this into perspective, if this was a pharmaceutical drug, merely trimming 5% of the body weight from 35% of the participants would quality green coffee as a bona fide, FDA-approved weight loss medication. There is the chance that it would only be by prescription, and the price tag would likely be on the same tier of pricing high-end street narcotics.

The author of the study admitted that he had not found the causal link, but speculated that it might have something to do with the chlorogenic acid that is contained within the skinny bean. In ordinary coffee (preparation) clorogenic coffee is rendered inert by the brewing process, which would explain why one does not start dropping pounds after drinking that vanilla latte.

Dr David Katz is the director of Yale University’s Prevention Research Center in New Haven, Connecticut. He believes it is still too early to be recommending green coffee beans as a form of weight loss.

Despite these cautionary shots over the bow of the modern dieters, green coffee beans are, and have been available in the United States as a naturopathic antioxidant supplement. With its relatively low price tag, benign effects on the human body, and keen effects on the body’s metabolism, the green coffee bean extract seem to have the trifecta of dietary considerations (price, effect, safety).
Especially with its recent feature on the Dr. Oz website, it stands to reason that this green coffee will benefit from growing social attention and awareness in the weeks, months, and even years to come.

genetical modified food

Genetically altered foods always create mixed feelings among different people. Some people are adamantly against even the idea of genetically altered foods because they believe we should not go about changing things that are in nature. Other people see the benefit of being able to change any “negative” aspects of our foods, such as the browning of fruits.

There are also people who are somewhere in the middle of both arguments. These people accept the idea of having genetically altered foods, but say they would not feel comfortable actually eating the food.

 

According to science, genetically altered foods are perfectly safe for us to consume. In fact, many scientists would agree that these genetically altered foods are probably even better for us than their natural alternatives. By changing genetics in foods, it gives us the ability to lengthen the time it takes for a certain food to expire. While at the same time, we may be able to place more nutrients into the foods we eat to make them healthier for us to consume.

Those that are opposed to altering food, however, say that you cannot simply just change one thing without affecting the entire genetic makeup of whichever food you were eating. Basically this idea would suggest that by altering the expiry date of food, we would also accidentally and unknowingly alter some other aspect of the food, which may not be so beneficial. Some people go so far to suggest that in a few years time, we will discover that genetically modifying our foods will cause some very harmful and dangerous side effects.

There is no agreement on the safety of modified foods and there probably never will be. The most we can do is to keep ourselves informed and choose what we believe to be the best course of action.

Important Foods for Women

Fish

Most (wild) fish is loaded with omega-3 fatty acids. Omega-3 has health benefits like anti-aging properties, skin improving properties, and cancer-preventing properties. Wild fish is also full of vitamin D. Vitamin D is a major immune system booster, and it allows for calcium to be absorbed into the body. Because women are more likely than men to develop osteoporosis, it is important that Women consume more vitamin D. Calcium is useless without vitamin D. More benefits of omega-3s include a reduced risk of breast cancer, lower cholesterol, lower blood pressure, and improved brain function.

Broccoli

The main health benefit of broccoli is that it is an amazing cancer-preventing food. It has the ability to neutralize carcinogens that are cancer threats, and they help get rid of cancer-causing toxins by stimulating detoxifying enzymes. One compound found in broccoli has been shown to reduce the risk of breast cancer and cervical cancer as well as stop the spread of existing cancer. Broccoli is full of folate, a crucial nutrient for pregnant women that helps fetal development and protects against birth defects. Broccoli is also a natural mood booster.
Depression is twice as common in women than men and the folate in broccoli has been linked to helping fight depression by increasing serotonin levels in the brain. Broccoli can also help with PMS symptoms. Broccoli is a diuretic that helps to reduce bloating in women.

Red Meat

Red meat is full of Iron. The main function of iron is to help transport oxygen via the bloodstream and distribute it throughout the body. It’s really important that women incorporate iron into their diet because they experience monthly blood loss. Iron can be found in other foods such as eggs, oatmeal, and spinach.

Onions

The health benefits from onions are outstanding. Onions are naturally anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and are a natural blood thinner. Onions are rich in chromium, fiber, and vitamin C, and they also contain vitamin B6 which helps with improving mood, manganese, tryptophan, folate, and potassium. These properties help promote good health and healing. In addition, onions are cancer-fighting food. Women who consume a lot of onions have been linked to a 25% reduced risk of breast cancer and a 73% reduced risk of ovarian cancer.

Coffee is what tons of people rely on for a morning wake up zing. Coffee can be used to reduce hangovers, keep people awake, and for other things, but is it really good for you?
Benefits of Coffee
Coffee can prevent Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s, and liver Cirrhosis.
Coffee can lower your risk of having type 2 diabetes (this is more significant in men (lowered by 50% chance) than women (only lowered by 30% chance).

Risks of Coffee

Caffeine is one of the most dehydrating substances you can consume. When drinking coffee it is important to consume three times as much water as you drink coffee to stay hydrated and healthy.
The long lasting effects of coffee are irritable bowel syndrome, heartburn, and/or osteoporosis.
Short term effects of coffee are shakiness, difficulty concentrating, and an increased risk of heart attack.
Coffee is dangerously addicting. Because caffeine gives you a short rush of energy once it ends and you have slowed to your normal pace or slower it is tempting to have another cup for another jolt of energy. Being addicted to coffee can make you immune to its effects and you will need to consume more and more caffeine to receive that jolt of energy. The long and short effects of caffeine addictions can be serious.
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