Baking soda removes up to 96 percent of pesticides from fruit and vegetables, new research reveals.
When mixed with water and gently rubbed on apple skins, the kitchen staple eliminates nearly all the reside left by two commonly-applied pesticides within 15 minutes, a study found. Read more
Monday, October 30, 2017
Rubbing baking soda on fruit and vegetables removes up to 96% of pesticides, say scientists.
Friday, October 27, 2017
If you do not include beets in your diet, perhaps you should consider adding them. Dr. Edward Group shares their many health benefits.
When it comes to healthy foods, it’s hard to beat beets. The nutrition facts for beets don’t lie. They are a powerhouse of vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients that are great for your health—antioxidants and fiber just to name two. Beets support heart health, liver detoxification, brain health, and much more. If it’s been a while since you tried some fresh beets or energy-boosting beet juice, then it’s time to get back in the habit of enjoying the many health benefits of this colorful vegetable. Read more
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If you put onion in your sock when you go to sleep at night, it can help to reduce the severity of flu and fever, help the body to recover faster, according to this video.
Monday, October 16, 2017
high blood pressure (hypertension) is a concern for anyone, diabetics are more likely to suffer from it than others. If you are overweight and diabetic, hypertension can be deadly and lead to a heart attack. As with many health risks associated with diabetes, good control of your blood sugar, a healthy diet, and exercise can help to keep your blood pressure in check.
Friday, October 13, 2017
Dr. Joseph Mercola says that eating more purple foods prevents cancer and promotes gut and heart health.
Polyphenols1,2 (also known as phenolics) are phytochemicals, natural plant chemicals with powerful antioxidant properties. There are over 8,000 identified polyphenols found in foods such as tea, wine, chocolates, fruits and vegetables. Antioxidants3 — which in addition to polyphenols include carotenoids and allyl sulfides — help protect your cells from free radical damage, thereby controlling general aging and disease potential. Read more
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If your blood glucose level is too low or high, it is better to wait to exercise. You can do more harm than good if you do not. It is particularly dangerous if your blood sugar is low when you begin to exercise. Physical exertion can cause your blood sugar to drop even further which can trigger an emergency situation.