Chocolate: A Treat for the Taste Buds and Your Health
Dark chocolate has been shown to provide several health benefits. Chocolate comes from the cacao bean, which is rich in plant-derived flavanols, a type of phytochemical found in many plant foods. Find out about the health benefits of chocolate, and why it’s okay to enjoy!Potassium Food Sources and COVID-19
Preliminary research suggests there is a connection between potassium and COVID-19. Potassium is critical for overall wellness under any health circumstances. Here’s how much you need and how to get it into your diet to help protect your overall health.
According to wellness expert and best-selling author Dr Mark Hyman, food is the most powerful medicine available to treat chronic disease. Chronic diseases like cancer, type II diabetes and hypertension have strong nutritional links, and can be reversed through diet alone. Nevertheless, almost 2500 years after Greek physician Hippocrates observed the link between nutrition and diet, the medical establishment in the West is yet to incorporate formal training in Nutrition into its medical school syllabus, and medicine as practised in the Western context is not healthcare, but sick care.Covid-19: The Elephant in the Room
Yes, America, we’re fat and we don’t want to talk about it. But there’s good news amidst the bad… We can learn from this pandemic and change our habits and lifestyle to become healthier and boost our immunity at the same time.How To Strengthen Your Immune System
You can be exposed to the flu virus but not get sick. Here are 9 ways to boost your immune system.Intermittent Fasting Has Many Benefits
Intermittent fasting is not so much a diet but a pattern or timing of how to eat. It is how early mankind fed itself for millennia. It has many benefits to improve our health. This article discusses intermittent fasting (IF), types of intermittent fasting and subsequent health benefits.Improving Our Immune Systems By Foods To Avoid And Consume
With the current worldwide virus health concern, we are all looking for ways to stay healthy. A prudent route to take is to make our bodies as strong and resistant to sickness as possible. This boils down to improving and strengthening our own natural immune systems. We can all take commonsense measures to, individually, eat better and improve our diets and gain a nutritional advantage. This article will discuss some foods to avoid and others to consume to strengthen our immune systems.
The third of four R-E-A-L wellness dimensions, the nature of Athleticism is explaned, followed by ten background facts that introduce ten assessment statements to be marked on a scale of one to five. A scoring system is described and an interpretation is offered for four score ranges from ten to fifty. In addition, a bibliography is provided.Vitamin A & Your Immune System
We look at how vitamin A can help reduce the incidence and severity of infectious diseases, how the immune system works against infectious agents like viruses, and the role vitamin A plays in regulating a healthy immune response. Lastly, we discuss how you can get enough vitamin A for healthy immunity.The Keto Diet & You: Good Fit?
The Keto diet is arguably the biggest diet sensation in the nutrition industry, ever. This article explores a little history, its benefits and its drawbacks.How To Overcome Brain Degeneration As You Age
Why does your brain degenerate as you age? Learn about the top five ways to control brain degeneration.4 Modifiable Risk Factors for Breast Cancer
Breast cancer happens when cells begin to grow abnormally in breast tissue. You may be surprised to learn this cancer affects both men and women, but largely women. Approximately 200,000 American women are affected by this disease every year. Knowing your risk factors for breast cancer is the key to prevention! While many risk factors are modifiable, meaning you can change them, others unfortunately aren’t.