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7 Foods That Will Naturally Cleanse Your Liver

7 Foods That Will Naturally Cleanse Your Liver
Jonathan Benson (NaturalNews)

Our livers work extremely hard every day to protect us from adverse effects from toxins and often it is easy for our lives to become overworked compromising our health significantly.

The primary way in whic...

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Unscrambling Eggs Health Food...or Bad Yolk?

Type 2 diabetes is no small matter. One out of three people with the disease don't know they have it. And experts predict a diabetes tsunami now that one out of three Americans have pre-diabetes.

*** Djousse and his colleagues tracked roughly 20,700 men in the Physicians' Health Study for...

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Is vitamin E a single nutrient?

Is vitamin E a single nutrient?

Vitamin E is a blanket term for eight different naturally occurring nutrientsófour different tocopherols and four different tocotrienols. Each of these vitamin E types is considered a fat-soluble antioxidant, and all eight are found in varying degrees in our da...

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Unscrambling Eggs Health Food...or Bad Yolk?

"When we looked at 17 of those high-quality studies, we showed that eating one egg a day raises LDL cholesterol by 4 points," says Martijn Katan, an expert on diet and cardiovascular disease and an emeritus professor at VU University Amsterdam in the Netherlands. An earlier meta-analysis got virtua...

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Unscrambling Eggs Health Food...or Bad Yolk?

"It's okay to dig in to red meat," explained the newspaper. "Embracing red meat and eggs marks a shift from previous versions of the report, which used to cap cholesterol consumption at 300 milligrams a day---the amount in a stick of butter, a 10-ounce steak or two eggs."

In fact, the report...

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Apple's Amazing Polyphenols


Apple's Amazing Polyphenols

In the past five years, no area of apple research has been more dynamic than the area of apple polyphenols. The balance of these phytonutrients in apples is far more unique than many researchers previously suspected. In terms of flavonols, quercetin is the prim...

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EAT your water!


We are told of the importance of drinking water, 8 glasses a day they say. My son is Registered Dietician, and thinks itís funny. The admonition to drink 8 glasses a day didnít come about until there was a bottled water industry that was trying to make money. We do need sufficient water, but ...

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Eating well with diabetes

1. Think whole.
Use brown rice and whole wheat pasta. Look for 100% whole wheat flour and breads, and other whole grains like oats and barley.

Make the switch simple. For instance, if you're short on time, pop a packet of pre-cooked frozen brown rice into the microwave.

2. Fill up!<...

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Nuts and Seeds Enhance Longevity

Nuts and Seeds Enhance Longevity


Nuts and seeds are linked to combating heart disease

The first research findings suggesting that nut consumption could reduce the risk of heart disease emerged in the early 1990s.1 Eventually, the pooled results from four large prospective studies s...

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Unscrambling Eggs Health Food...or Bad Yolk?

"Love to eat eggs? U.S. panel now says they're not a health risk," reported Reuters in February.

"Cholesterol in the diet: The long slide from public menace to no 'appreciable' effect," ran the headline in the Washington Post.

Both articles were referring to a report from a panel of ...

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