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Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Rob McQueen 
 Article Title :: 5 Ways Green Lipped Mussels can Benefit your Health
Green lipped mussel (Perna canaliculus) is a New Zealand shellfish most commonly found growing in the clean water sea off the coast of New Zealand.GLM (Green lipped mussel) contains many vitamins, especially the B complex group and a broad range of minerals and trace elements. It is rich in protein, provides essential amino acids and is an excellent well balanced nutritious dietary supplement. New Zealand Green Lipped Mussel use can help with: Arthritis Asthma Menstrual pain Multiple sclerosis Skin problems GLM contains Omega 3 Fatty Acids which are known for reducing inflammation. It also contains Glucosamine an  (read full article)
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Gabe Mirkin, M.D. 
 Article Title :: Iron: Too Much Can Harm You
Several studies have shown that high blood levels of iron are associated with an increased risk of suffering heart attacks and cancers, particularly those of the esophagus and bladder. A study from Harvard showed that it may be the meat source of iron, rather than just the iron itself, that causes the heart attacks and cancers.People who eat a lot of meat, fish and chicken have higher blood levels of iron than vegetarians. The iron in meat, fish and chicken is called heme iron, which is absorbed at a very high level, around 10-20 percent. On the other hand, the iron that you get from plants is absorbed very poorly; only one to three percent of the iron from leafy green vegetables a  (read full article)
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Jamie Clark 
 Article Title :: The Acai Berry: An Antioxidant Superfood That Has Everything
The acai berry is one of the world's most interesting and unique foods. It may also be one of its healthiest. Chock-full of antioxidants, amino acids, AND essential fatty acids, the tiny little acai berry packs a nutritional wallop rarely seen in the natural world. In fact, some experts consider it to be the world's most "complete" natural food.Acai berries come from the acai (pronounced ah-SIGH-ee) palm tree of South America. The native peoples of Brazil have eaten the berry for centuries and there are, in fact, many local legends about acai's incredible healing and sustaining powers. It remains a popular "health and energy" food in that country today. Fortunately for North Americ  (read full article)
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Faye Durham 
 Article Title :: The NingXia Wolfberry: An Overview
Until about 5 years ago, almost no one in the West had heard of the NingXia wolfberry or Goji berry plant. Often referred to as the "herb of longevity", this red berry is making the news these days. Its Latin name is Lycium barbarum L. Of the 10 Chinese Lycium species, Lycium barbarum L is the only one accepted by the Chinese Pharmacopecia.Some reports claim that the wolfberry originated in Tibet. Due to its high elevation, no wolfberries are grown in or around Tibet. NingXia wolfberries are native to NingXia Hui, a small area of northern China, near the Yellow River. The Yellow River flood plain derives its water from the Himalayan Mountains. The river creates a unique, min  (read full article)
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Steven Parker 
 Article Title :: Why is Vitamin C so important?
Vitamin C, also called ascorbic acid, maintains the ligaments, tendons, and other supportive tissue. It is found in fruits and in potatoes. Because it’s an antioxidant it helps regulate your blood cells, keeping blood cells from becoming deformed from the toxics in the air, which in some cases can cause cancer.The best function of vitamin C is the formation of collagen, a protein substance that keeps the cell together. Vitamin C enhances the absorption of iron. It is needed for buoyant health, vitality and endurance. It keeps your skin clear, with a fresh complexion and healthy gums and teeth. It is very important for the functions of all glands and organs.   (read full article)
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Lucho Crisalle 
 Article Title :: The Twenty Percent Rule!
We all know not to go shopping when we are hungry; make sure to eat something before you go or even a Twinkie will look good if you are ravenous. Most people know to shop the perimeter of the store – that is where most of the unprocessed foods are located (think vegetables, meat, cheese, etc.). However, how many of you know the 20% Rule?Setting your sites on the unprocessed foods will help you make better choices when it comes to carbohydrates. Unfortunately, we often choose to eat some processed foods as most of us realize that they are not all that bad. So, how do we determine if a carbohydrate is deemed “fit for consumption?” “The 20% Rule” is your answer.Since  (read full article)
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Beverly Terhune 
 Article Title :: Choosing A Multivitamin
Choose carefully pills with added herbs or other nutrients. They typically do not include enough of each herb to offer therapeutic doses. If you stick with the basic multivitamin you will get more of what you need on a daily basis. You can add other supplements later based on your particular needs.Which Vitamins Are Most Important?Choose a pill that contains 100 percent of the daily value of Vitamin D, B1 (thiamin), B2 (riboflavin) B 3 (niacin), B6, B12 and folic acid. Avoid fillers, sugars, starch and gluten.I Can't Take Iron - Is There A Formula For Me?Vegetarian formulas like Eco Green do not contain iron.   (read full article)
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Rex Andrews 
 Article Title :: A Bad Lifestyle Won't Kill You, Today
Old marketing principle: Cure sells. Prevention doesn’t.In other words … if you had cancer, you’d move heaven and earth to get rid of it, to cure yourself. But if you don’t have cancer, most people wouldn’t walk across the street to prevent it.The thing is, if you violate The Basics, you will almost certainly die well before your time. Or worse - you’ll enjoy many years of awful health, then die early.“Enjoy?”Yes. That word is in there for a reason. Let’s start with those Basics:1. Eat right so you’re getting the nutrients your body requires. This includes 6-8 servings of fruits & veggies a day. Failing that, you MUST supplement!  (read full article)
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Valerian D. 
 Article Title :: High Cocoa and Chocolate Consumption Makes Men Less Likely to Die
Two recent studies found that cocoa contains chemicals called flavan-3-ols, which have been associated to lowering blood pressure and increasing function of the blood vessels cells. By consequence, drinking or eating cocoa not only lowers blood pressure, but also diminishes the risk of cardiovascular disease in elderly men, helping them live longer. Researchers concluded that cocoa is a rich source of antioxidants, therefore its action may also have a positive effect to other disease that are linked to oxidative stress (e.g. pulmonary diseases and certain types of cancer). The team studied 470 men aged over 65 and asked them questions about their daily intake of coco  (read full article)
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Gabe Mirkin, M.D. 
 Article Title :: Flax Seeds: A Rich Source of Omega-3's
If you are trying to restore the balance between Omega-6 and Omega-3 essential fatty acids in your diet, you may want to eat a tablespoon or two of whole flax seeds each day. Flax seeds are the richest commonly available plant source of alpha-linolenic acid (omega-3's). I recommend eating whole flax seed rather than flax seed oil because you get the whole package: the protein, fiber, minerals and phytochemicals along with the omega-3's.100 grams of flax seed yields about: 35 grams of fat (60% omega-3 polyunsaturated, 18% monounsaturated, 10% saturated) 26 grams of protein 26 grams of fiber (14 grams insoluble, 12 grams soluble) 4 grams of minerals 9 grams o  (read full article)
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