This story may make you think twice before downing a bowl of Ramen Noodles. A video showing what happens inside the digestive tract has gone viral. (RT @andrewzimmern: Watch this! This is why we should eat real food, not processed food.
While these healthful groups of people may appear to have widely different diets, there is one common thread: Their intake of processed foods, added sugars, trans fats, and artificial ingredients is minimal, if at all existent.
According to a precedent settling ruling issued early 2013by the U.S. Justice Department, celiac disease (and other severe food allergies and sensitivities) can be considered a disability under the American Disabilities Act.
Read about one of the easiest health tips you’ll ever hear to radically boost your health...
THE FACT IS THAT none of us live in a perfect world, and therefore it is imperative that we find easy, accessible, do-able things to help us improve our health. While weekly fasting and hour-long meditation sessions are all well and good, they are certainly not always the most convenient health practices to fit into your schedule. The good news is that there are simple things you can do every day for your health – and eating cruciferous vegetables is one of them.
Were you raised on Flinstones Vitamins? I know I was, and I am not talking about the TV episodes; I am talking about the vitamin--I can still hear the jingle in my head for the commercials for those darn things.
The health benefits of cinnamon are nothing short of astonishing. Here are eleven reasons cinnamon should be prized among your spices.
Cinnamon can reduce belly fat! Yes! That is what I said.
Cinnamon is one of the oldest spices known to man. In fact it was considered more precious than gold. The early Egyptians used it for flavoring foods and for medicinal purposes and it’s even mentioned in the bible.
Today most people only think of cinnamon as a spice for apple pie or sweet potatoes and gingerbread cookies. But cinnamon is in fact so much more!