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The Best New Foods for Heart Health
Cacao also contains high amounts of epicatechin and other flavonoids, which are powerful plant-based antioxidants also present in tea, red wine, and many fruits. These compounds can help prevent cell damage and inflammation in the body and also improve blood flow for better heart performance.
Eating for Your Mental Health
From daily stress to anxiety symptoms to depression and beyond, achieving balance and mental well-being can be challenging. We're sharing the latest news, expert advice, recipes and dietitian-curated meal plans that may help you work towards better mental health and improved all-around wellness. Eating for Anxiety, Depression and More.
For a Healthy Heart, Focus on Your Lifestyle Instead
Adjusting your energy intake and output to achieve and maintain a healthy weight. Eating a wide variety of fruits and vegetables. Choosing mostly whole-grain foods over refined grains. Eating healthy proteins, like plant-based proteins, fish and alternatives to full-fat dairy. Opting for plant oils over tropical oils, animal fats and partially
Natural Foods & Herbs for Stronger, Healthier Lungs
Add these 7 natural foods and herbs into your diet, and you can begin building stronger lungs every single day. 1. Peppermint. The Scoop: Minty fresh breath is beneficial not only to those around you, but also your body. The American Cancer Society points to peppermint oil for treating ailments of the lungs. And recent research shows that the
Food Pairings That Improve Nutrition
TRY: Cremini mushrooms with sea bass. Healthy Fats + Vitamins A, D, E and K. Health benefits abundant in fat-soluble vitamins – A, D, E and K – cannot be wrought without the help of fats. TRY: Drizzle olive oil over tomatoes or Brussels sprouts to increase the absorption of these vital nutrients. Tags.
Is Your Gut Making You Tired
Look for the following five signs that gut imbalances may be draining your energy. 1. You worship at the altar of bacon. If meat is your mainstay, know this: A diet high in animal products impacts gut health and depletes energy. Red meat and processed meats (like bacon, salami, sausage and hot dogs) encourage the proliferation of detrimental
7 Supplements to Save Your DNA
Sulforaphane. Abundant in broccoli, kale, cabbage and other crucifers, is a potent antioxidant, protecting against DNA damage that can lead to the development of cancer. It works in part by triggering a specific family of enzymes involved in the replication of DNA, and a high intake of sulforaphane is linked with greater protection against DNA
Eating to Improve Gut Health
Tricolor Salad with Oranges, Olives & Kefir Herb Vinaigrette. Get the recipe here. Learn to cook and eat to nourish a thriving microbiome in our Clean Eating Academy course The Gut-Health Fix with health and wellness expert, author of Real Food Heals and award-winning NYC chef and restauranteur Seamus Mullen.
Four Weeks to a Healthy Gut
The Complete Gut Health Cookbook: Everything You Need to Know about the Gut and How to Improve Yours serves as a how-to guide to get your gut in shape via a traditionally Paleo, grain-free diet that also includes an extra dose of probiotic-rich, fermented foods. Together with nutritionist Helen Padarin, Evans created a meal plan that he claims
These Are the Nutrients You Need for Healthy Skin
Besides being used in a topical manner, eating foods that are rich in this mineral will encourage healthy, glowing skin. Women need 8 milligrams of zinc daily and men need 11 milligrams of zinc daily. Foods rich in zinc are pumpkin seeds, cashews, quinoa, lentils, oysters and turkey. One ounce of cashews has 1.64 milligrams of zinc.
Eating Dairy Might Be Great for Your Gut
But eating and enjoying dairy isn’t necessarily bad for you or your health. Dairy doesn’t really contribute to inflammation, and it may even help improve heart health factors like blood pressure. And now, researchers are finding that dairy might even be beneficial for your gut health. That’s right: Dairy may be able to wield some positive
Is There a Link Between Anxiety and Your Gut
Science has taught us so much about the microbiome in recent years, but there’s still something new to learn about gut health every day. And the importance of the gut-brain axis is becoming increasingly key to answering some of our biggest health questions – including those around mental health. Changes within the gut and its bacterial makeup can have a positive …
3 Steps to Better Gut Health Kate Geagan
Clean Eating is launching its first-ever digital challenge, #GoClean45, on October 10th. As our nutrition coach for this health and happiness challenge, author and award-winning dietitian Kate Geagan, MS, RD, has created a super-powered six-week program with customizable meal plans, more than 50 recipes and a weekly roundup of essential clean …
High-Fructose Corn Syrup May Affect Liver Health
Dr. Donald D. Hensrud, M.D., M.S. of the new Mayo Clinic Diet, confirms that eating too much sugar and sweeteners can be problematic for the liver. “Consuming too much sugar or high-fructose corn syrup may cause fatty buildup and rarely may lead to long-term damage to the liver,” he notes.
Could Your Gut Bacteria Stop You From Losing Weight
In recent years, we’ve discovered increasingly more about the importance of keeping your gut in good shape. You know that a healthy gut can benefit your overall health and wellness from head to toe, helping with everything from inflammation to immunity. And you’ve likely turned to probiotics, prebiotics and other gut-friendly foods to encourage good bacteria to …