According to a study featured in Circulation (published by the American Heart Association), a specific sub-class of flavonoids, called anthocyanins, found in berries, may help expand arteries, stop the buildup of plaque and provide other cardiovascular benefits.
by Vic Shayne, PhD
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Peter Kim, Insurance Quotes
As the US battles an obesity epidemic, the state of school lunches has become a focal point for what needs to change in the nation’s habits.
People have a propensity to look in all the wrong places to cure their illnesses and soothe their symptoms via natural health modalities.
Food giants work hard to become reputable and good not by the products they produce, but by the friends they make.
Statements made by “experts” that are frequently misleading and erroneous. The impact of what’s said has the power to color people’s perception of reality
Slightly more than half of all Americans (52 percent) say that figuring out their income taxes is easier than knowing what they eat to be healthier…
The olive oil industry is riddled with fraudulent practices. Most olive oil is a low-grade mixture of olive oil and canola oil that has been deodorized and artificially colored — even if the label states “extra virgin, cold pressed.” Even if the label states that it was made in Italy.
by Vic Shayne
One of the reasons people are slow to change into a more healthful eating pattern with non-toxic foods is that they identify with the foods they’ve been eating.