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Be Stroke Aware Year ‘Round

As we wrap up the month designated for Stroke Awareness, let’s remember that it’s important to be mindful of our health and the symptoms of stroke every month. Every 40 seconds someone in the United States has a stroke. According to the World Heart Federation, the global stats show that every year 15 million people suffer a stroke. Strokes are a leading cause of disability and they can result in death. A stroke is a “brain attack.” They occur if there is a blocked blood vessel or bleeding in the brain. It can be daunting to take a look a t the numbers, but that is what stroke awareness is all about-sharing the facts so that people will have this critical information.

Does Eating Potatoes Raise Blood Pressure?

There seems to be a link between eating potatoes and high blood pressure. But it is not that clear-cut. Potato crisps are fine though. Find out more…

Can Granary Bread Prolong Life?

A major study has discovered a link between eating wholegrain food and a longer life. Find out more…

Why Apples Are Good For You

Apples are one of the top 10 healthiest foods. They are rich in minerals, vitamins and antioxidants. Yet the best part of an apple is sometimes the bit people throw away. Read on to find out more…

Why Minerals in Our Food Are Declining – Part 5

Plant-derived minerals in the diet are exactly what we need for good health. Metallic minerals as supplements are practically worthless. Here’s why…

Why Minerals in Our Food Are Declining – Part 4

Soil mineral depletion is harming our health. Here is how this trend can be rectified on a small scale. Worldwide there is no real remedy. Read on to find out more…

Why Minerals in Our Food Are Declining – Part 3

Soil mineral depletion is a serious health problem. The roles of many minerals in body chemistry are known, but those of most trace minerals are not. Could it be that many modern diseases are linked with the absence of certain trace minerals in our diets? Read on to find out…

Why Minerals in Our Food Are Declining – Part 2

Soil mineral depletion is real. The amount of minerals in your food has plunged over the past century and continues to do so. Yet hardly anyone mentions this. That’s because there is no quick remedy. This state of affairs is probably a major cause of many modern ailments. Health authorities and governments are aware of the problem. Read on to find out more…

Why Minerals in Our Food Are Declining – Part 1

It is now beginning to look like today’s farmland topsoils are mineral depleted. This has serious consequences for our health and wellbeing. In this article which is the first of a five part series, the mineral depletion problem is introduced. Soil mineral depletion and its effect on health is something everyone should be made aware of, which is the reason for these articles.

How To Lower Cholesterol By Eating

The answer to the question, “How to lower cholesterol?” greatly depends upon one’s diet. Lifestyle changes, including diet and eating habits make it easier. Most of us know that cholesterol patients shouldn’t consume hydrogenated vegetable oil (Known as ‘Dalda’ in most Indian homes.), butter, coconut oil, regular dairy products (Low-fat is fine.), fatty meats (Red meat that is not lean, bacon and sausages.

Healthy Eating – Ten Ways To Help You Better Manage Your Meal Prep

Whether you’re just beginning your health and fitness journey or this is something you have been working on for quite some time, learning the most appropriate ways to go about meal preparation and cooking is a must-do. Often dieters don’t fall off the bandwagon simply because they are bored with their diet or aren’t putting in enough effort. Rather, it’s because they don’t have the time they need to meal prep properly. The good news is with a few quick tips and tricks; you can get your meal prep back on track. Let’s look at ten tips you can include in your meal preparation to help you better manage this area of your program.

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