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Too much processed fructose harms the brain

Posted by on Apr 22, 2017 in Nutrition | 0 comments

It is a long-known fact that too much food with too much fructose harms the body by so the ideal conditions for diabetes, obesity and fatty liver. But what does this mean for your brain? Researchers studied the effects of high-fructose corn syrup, similar to the High Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS), a cheap sweetener, six times sweeter than cane sugar, which is used in most soft drinks, processed foods and spices and even in baby food. This new study from UCLA (University of California, Los Angeles) showed how a steady diet high fructose may impair memory and learning ability.The aim of the study was the effects of the intake of these super-processed, concentrated form of fructose, which is very different from the natural fructose in fruits. They fed rats with a fructose solution in the drinking water for six...

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How to optimize your zinc levels

Posted by on Apr 14, 2017 in Nutrition | 0 comments

After we had described the role of zinc for our health, we explain what you need to consider in optimizing the zinc level today. As always, it is best to introduce enough zinc in the diet foods. Animal products contain the highest proportion of zinc, as you can see in the table. Oysters are here to tip the scales up to 182 mg per serving! If you have a zinc deficiency, for any reason, you can add to your diet a zinc supplement. But what kind of supplement you should be taking? You’ll find out in today’s post. Chelated forms of zinc are better absorbed. There are a number of different forms of zinc on the market, some very good, some less. It is advisable to choose a chelated zinc. The chelation is a process that is sometimes used...

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Vegetable diet is the key to bone health

Posted by on Apr 12, 2017 in Nutrition | 0 comments

In most people, after age 30, bone mass gradually begins to regress. Also, women are a special risk group, because with them in the first 10 years after menopause often develop osteoporosis can. There are several ways to slow degenerative diseases or even stop. How this can be prevented, is described in today’s Post. Play a central role in the foods which are rich in vitamin K2. Vitamin K2 and vitamin D leads to bone loss. Many people weigh themselves in the mistaken belief that a prescription drug – combined with megadoses of calcium – is the answer for strong and healthy bones. In fact, shown how new research results, once again, nature itself provides some of the best substances for prevention of bone loss in many foods available. There are numerous fermented vegetables with special culture, the optimize...

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Benefits of apple cider vinegar for natural health

Posted by on Apr 10, 2017 in Nutrition | 0 comments

There are many types of vinegar but support our natural health particularly well: Apple cider. Vinegar is considered a remedy for allergies, infections of the sinuses, acne, high cholesterol, flu, chronic fatigue, candida, acid regurgitation, sore throats, contact dermatitis, arthritis and gout. Apple cider vinegar also brings a healthy, rosy glow to the skin and can rough scaly skin soften. While white vinegar types can be used as a cleaning agent or herbicide. Cider vinegar is (obtained from fermenting apples) excellent as a natural remedies. An example of practical use for sore supplies of apple cider vinegar and presents the following recipe: You should drink a warm liquid in sips, with 3 tbsp. Apple cider vinegar, 3 tbsp. Lemon juice, 2 tbsp. Honey and 16 ounces of water. You can even add juice of chopped ginger. Opt for an...

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Superfood in your diet

Posted by on Apr 6, 2017 in Nutrition | 0 comments

Broccoli, spinach, berries, green tea, avocado, bone broth, fermented vegetables, coconut, macadamia nuts – the integration of these delicacies in the daily diet helps you lose excess pounds, optimizes metabolism and leads the body essential nutrients. So you will be better prepared for many diseases. Today, you can learn more about it. The basic rule in a healthy diet is: Eating whole, unprocessed and nutritious foods instead of processed foods. The omission of cereals and sugar (especially fructose) – what happens more or less of course when removing processed foods from the diet. That’s the right way to normalize your weight and improve your health. Lucy Danziger, chief editor of the “Self-Magazine”, describes in her new book “The Drop 10 Diet”, the impact of so-called “superfoods” to your body weight. Here are some interesting passages from her book: „Give...

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Cholesterol is an important brain nutrients

Posted by on Mar 19, 2017 in Nutrition | 0 comments

It is repeatedly emphasized in the media, how harmful is too high cholesterol to our health. But when it comes to brain health, nothing is further from the truth than that. The Framingham Heart Study, a large long-term study has proven that high cholesterol is associated with health and brain fitness. The role of cholesterol for our brains: Acts like a brain antioxidant Is a precursor for important, the brain supporting elements such as Vitamin D and the steroid hormones serves as an important fuel for the neurons – the neurons themselves are not able to produce enough cholesterol and rely on the supply of cholesterol from the bloodstream. The cholesterol study. In the Framingham Heart Study report, the proportion of serum cholesterol and cognitive activities was (in 789 men and 1 105 women) examined to define the relationship...

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