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Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Naweko San-Joyz 
 
 Article Title :: Natural Food Sources of Hyaluronic Acid and Collagen
 
Got a wrinkle to fill? You could fill that wrinkle with injections of bovine collagen or hyaluronic acid. Yet, is there anyway to smooth out wrinkles without jabbing your skin with needles?You can avoid the need for the needle by optimizing your estrogen levels. While estrogen influences numerous aspects of our health, from the development of breast cancer to the development of a fetus, estrogen also determines the moisture and collagen level of our skin as we age.Studies published by N. Grosman in the “Acta Pharmacol Toxicol” established the link between estrogen and collagen. Estrogen boosts the skin’s moisture content by increasing the amount of hyaluronic acid in t  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Stephanie Raymond 
 
 Article Title :: Sprouting Good Health
 
At age 22, Colleen Allison was diagnosed with cervical cancer. Facing the possibility of undergoing painful surgery and intensive radiation treatment, she decided there had to be a better option and set out to find it.Her search led her to Florida where she found the Hippocrates Health Institute. Here she checked herself into a three-week intensive cleansing treatment that included a sprout-filled detoxification diet.After her stay at the institute she returned to her home in Toronto,without a trace of cancer left in her body. Since then, Allison has devoted her life to sprouting and educating others on its powerful healing properties.In 1992 she founded Super Sprouts  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Constance Weygandt 
 
 Article Title :: The Healthy Little Seed That Is Gaining Popularity
 
Flaxseed has been around since the time of the Emperor Charlemagne. Lately, it has received a lot of attention. Studies have shown that flaxseed has many benefits because of its variety of properties. Here are four reasons to consider adding flaxseed to your diet.Flaxseed contains both soluble and insoluble fiber. Soluble fiber, such as that in oat bran, has been shown to lowers LDL or bad cholesterol levels. This contributes to a healthy heart. Insoluble fiber, such as that found in wheat bran, has the capacity to hold water and therefore contributes to regular bowel movements and healthier intestines.Flaxseed contains both Omega3 and Omega 6 fatty acids. Omega 3’s are fo  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Michael Jozefiak 
 
 Article Title :: Mineral Depletion of Post-Glacial Soil
 
Feeding the soil with minerals, to the Organic vegetable gardener, usually means putting waste organic matter, (stems, stalks & leaves which we did not eat), back into the soil. But, if the vegetable matter is grown in mineral-poor ground, what does this ultimately mean for the long term future of our soils and subsequent crops?HOW DID MINERALS GET INTO THE SOIL?When the last Ice Age receded, leaving behind the ground down remains of rocks, decaying animal & vegetable matter slowly combined with it over the millenia to produce humus and soil rich in minerals. We are at the end of an interglacial period and these minerals found in the soil have been slowly used up, res  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Valerian D. 
 
 Article Title :: Three Healthy Habits
 
1. Have you had your cholesterol checked recently?The truth is some cholesterol is necessary for good health, but having too much cholesterol in your blood is a big danger as it can raise the risk of heart attack or stroke. The excess of cholesterol in your blood may be stored in your arteries and cause them to narrow, a disease called atherosclerosis. In case of large deposits an artery can be completely blocked so the blood can't flow through.Women aged 45 and older and men aged 35 and older should have their cholesterol checked periodically, at least one time in a year. Your health care can decide you to have it checked more often, depending on what your cholestero  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Heather Van Vorous 
 
 Article Title :: The 10 Commandments of Eating for Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
 
Much of the dietary information available for Irritable Bowel Syndrome is outdated and useless - or so inaccurate it's actually likely to trigger symptoms instead of prevent them. What's a reliable, fast and easy way to start following a diet that will actively help your Irritable Bowel Syndrome symptoms, instead of making them worse? A terrific first step is to start following: The Ten Commandments of Eating for Irritable Bowel Syndrome1. ALWAYS eat soluble fiber first, eat soluble fiber whenever your stomach is empty, and make soluble fiber foods the largest component of every meal and snack. 2. Minimize your fat intake to 25% o  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Stewart Hare 
 
 Article Title :: Anaemia and Nutrition
 
The term Anaemia is generally used to describe a multitude of blood conditions which affects the concentration of the red blood pigments haemoglobin. Haemoglobin is needed for the transportation of oxygen to body tissue, low concentrations of haemoglobin cause exhaustion and weakness. There are many causes of Anaemia such as genetic disorders, lack of bone marrow red blood cells due bone marrow disease, loss of blood through bowel tumour, heavy periods or peptic ulceration and serious diseases such as sickle cell anaemia, iron deficiency anaemia, and pernicious anaemia.Typical symptoms of Anaemia are feeling tired or fatigue, lethargic, poor concentration, weakness, light-headednes  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Frederic Patenaude 
 
 Article Title :: The Amazing Little Berries
 
It's time for berries! Let's rediscover those little wonders of nature, which are jam- packed with more nutrients than most cultivated fruits. Wild berries are even more nutritious and you can get them for free.High in Antioxidants and NutrientsAntioxidants are compounds that protect against cell damage inflicted by molecules called oxygen-free radicals, which are a major cause of disease and aging. It's been found that most berries rank higher in antioxidant activities when compared to other cultivated fruits and vegetables. The USDA Human Nutrition Center ranked blueberries the #1 most antioxidant rich berry. Strawberries came second on the list. The an  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Frederic Patenaude 
 
 Article Title :: Top 5 Worst Foods You Can Eat That People Think Are Healthy
 
1- Fermented Cheese. Fermented, or ripened cheese is one of the most toxic foods known to man. The smallest quantity has a catastrophic effect on the system. It disturbs digestion and makes everything ferment in the digestive tract, so foods eaten don't benefit the body. According to Albert Mosséri, a European natural hygienist and researcher, fermented cheeses can create or exacerbate the following conditions: infection, fever, headaches, nausea, cold sensitivity, bad stools, bad digestion. Fermented (or ripened) cheese includes many French cheeses such as: camembert, roquefort, parmesan, blue cheese, aged goat cheese, brie, etc. Fresh or cooked cheese, aren't as bad, but are not recomm  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Nutrition Articles Author :: Frederic Patenaude 
 
 Article Title :: From A Coffee Addict
 
You may have heard the expression, “Once an alcoholic, always an alcoholic.” In the same way, you could say “Once a coffee addict, always a coffee addict.”But before I go any further in telling you my story about coffee and all the whys and hows of quitting it, you should now that now is a good time to quit drinking coffee.You've been eating mostly well, you eat your fruits and vegetables, you've been reading Frederic's newsletter - but you think, “a little cup of coffee once in a while isn't that bad.” Plus it's good for the mood.But I'm telling you right now that that cup of coffee, which I'm sure you're enjoying more often than you'd like to adm  (read full article)
 
 
 
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