A recent study suggests that while unfiltered coffee is bad for heart-health, drinking 1-4 cups of filtered coffee is good for the heart and reduces the risk of premature death from heart attacks by 15% on average.
A recent study conducted on 800 individuals revealed that people show different blood glucose levels even with the same food. And that personally-tailored diets can bring down blood glucose levels and prevent the onset of metabolic syndrome.
A high-salt diet doesn’t just increase the risk of heart attack and stroke, but according to a study conducted at the University of Bonn, it also weakens the immune system by inhibiting the function of granulocytes – the immune cells that help fight bacteria.
Have you ever wondered what people ate or how much when food groups weren’t discovered, when calories wasn’t a word, and when numbers didn’t exist? Couldn’t count, wouldn’t eat healthy? People stuck to local, seasonal produce, or were forced to do so for the sake of convenience. They went with their gut most of theContinue reading “How to Eat Your Daily Vitamins and Minerals”
If you are reading this, you’ve surely started eating clean or are planning to start, very soon. Congratulations! You’re off to a great start. Clean eating is great. But with all the noise surrounding what maketh a balanced meal – with butter, without butter? Eggs every day? Only the whites? White rice or brown bread?Continue reading “How to Beat the Big Bad Three: Trans Fats, Sugar, and Refined Foods”
You’re here. Our guess is that you’re confused or unconvinced about what a balanced meal looks like. You may have had a go at a couple of diet dos and don’ts but nothing really struck a chord with you or stuck, and now you’re more determined than ever to crack the code for the sakeContinue reading “How To Create A Balanced Meal”
If you had to pick one sentence you have read again and again in our articles, we’re sure you would pick: “Eat according to your metabolic personality.” It probably sounds like a difficult thing to do. But trust us, it isn’t. You’re already doing some of it instinctively. If your metabolic personality is what givesContinue reading “Why You Should Eat What You Should Eat”
Your immune system is your body’s department of defense. It prevents and deals with foreign invasion (read disease-causing microbes or pathogens) and quashes guerrilla forces (read free radicals) inside. For the first, it utilizes an army of specialized immune cells and for the second, it relies on a special unit of chemicals known as antioxidants.Continue reading “How To Boost Your Immunity”