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How Iron Boosts Exercise Performance in Women
It may be worthwhile screening women, including women training as elite athletes, for iron deficiency.
Can The Mediterranean Diet Prevent ADHD?
The Mediterranean diet is highly nutritious, is ranked among the healthiest in the world by multiple sources, and offers children a diet that is simple to follow with plenty of variety but can...
The Postpartum Meal: Recipes For Nutrition
From fatigue fighting brown rice to iron rich compliments of spinach, egg and fish, this postpartum meal is ideal.
Mercury: Its Role In ALS
People eating fish with high quantities of mercury—such as swordfish, shark, and other fish at the top of the food chain or caught in high-mercury waters were found to have a higher risk of ALS.
Don't Underestimate The Importance Of Vitamin D
It may not be as glamorous as other vitamins, but vitamin D is vital for healthy bones and skin, plays a role in cellular growth, and may reduce your risk of serious inflammatory bowel disease.
One More Way Candy Messes Up Your Body
We all know candy is filled with calories and sugar, but do you know most treats contain titanium oxide that can prevent your intestines from absorbing nutrients and fighting off disease?
Why You Need Carbs After A Workout
Carbohydrates have gotten a pretty bad reputation in the last few years...all but eliminating carbs...Arnold Schwarzenegger, the Governator himself, made post-workout carb consumption...
Asparagus and Spinach Baked Chicken with Black Eyed Peas
This dish combines lean proteins with fiber rich vegetables for a winning combination.
Will A Vegetarian Diet Prevent Breast Cancer?
Talk to any vegetarian, and they will gladly extol the virtues of a veggie-based diet, and there are many health benefits including reduced risk of heart disease, better glucose control, and more.
Worms May Be The Key To Solving Obesity
When the worms were fed a diet high in sugar and fats...instinct built into every animal on the planet, including humans, directs malnourished animals to roam more to seek out quality food...
Red Meat Isn't The Villain Any More
Red meat is a nutrient-rich food, with large quantities of iron, vitamin B12, and proteins; however, red meat is still perceived as not heart-smart, even though scientific evidence disagrees.
How Gut Bacteria Impacts Heart Health
The human gut is a truly marvelous place, but did you know that your gut has its own nervous system, and your intestinal health affects your brain health, mood, immune system, bones, and muscles?
Food Scares: Dealing With The Deluge
This system may prevent disruption of our food chain, and protect consumers from contamination.
Baked Ricotta with Tomato Salad
This low carb, keto-friendly appetizer will impress anyone.
Protect Your Children From Ad-triggered Cravings
Fast food ads hit obesity-prone children harder.
Is Vitamin D Causing Your Headache?
Spending a bit more time in the sunlight can do wonders for the pounding in your head.
Fish Oil, the Respiratory Tract, Wheezing and Asthma
Polyunsaturated fatty acids in pregnancy reduced the absolute risk of persistent wheeze or asthma and infections of the lower respiratory tract in offspring.
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