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7 Foods you did not know that you could grill

7 Foods you did not know that you could grill | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it
Grilled foods are available all over and we even try at home. But there are some foods you did not know that you could grill which are even more tastier.

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Nutrition experts slam Coca-Cola's new milk, Fairlife - New York Daily News

Nutrition experts slam Coca-Cola's new milk, Fairlife - New York Daily News | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it
The slogan says “Have a Coke and a smile” — but Coca-Cola milk is prompting frowns from nutritionists.
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High Cholesterol Foods Are Off the Dietary Hit List - Shape Magazine

High Cholesterol Foods Are Off the Dietary Hit List - Shape Magazine | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it
Move over fat! As of today, there’s a new wrongly convicted food group in town: Foods high in cholesterol will no longer be considered a health hazard, according to a draft report from the Dietary
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USDA approves GMO apples that don't brown

USDA approves GMO apples that don't brown | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it
They won't be labeled GMO, but If you follow the clues on the apple labels, you may be able to tell which ones have been genetically modified.
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How Eating the Rainbow Can Bring You Closer to Your Weight Loss Goals - Shape Magazine

How Eating the Rainbow Can Bring You Closer to Your Weight Loss Goals - Shape Magazine | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it
I never thought I'd approve of a candy's motto, but Skittles has got it going on when it suggests you "Taste the Rainbow." While I'm pretty sure a diet of artificially colored corn syrup and
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8 Ways To Include Flaxseeds In Your Diet

8 Ways To Include Flaxseeds In Your Diet | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it
Flax seeds and flax seeds powder has a lot of benefits to our health. We shall share the benefits with you.
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Health Benefits of Black Tea : Cheers to Health with Black Tea | Green Hill Tea Blog

Health Benefits of Black Tea : Cheers to Health with Black Tea | Green Hill Tea Blog | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it
Black tea is produced from the Camellia Sinesis shrub and has a very distinct method of processing. The black tea leaves are withered and rolled and then fermented before its heating process. Consuming black tea on a regular basis has some distinct benefits.
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Wellness Evidence

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"Wellness Evidence is the world's first portal designed to help people explore the medical evidence that exists for spa and wellness therapies.  Discover the medical evidence for wellness approaches.  Wellness Evidence is the world's first portal designed to help people explore medical evidence for the most common wellness therapies.  With thousands of studies evaluating the benefits of approaches like acupuncture, meditation or yoga, we've made it easy to search the most relevant, authoritative sources of evidence-based medicine.

 

The goal of this free resource is to inform and empower… People seeking alternative, preventative health approaches.  Medical professionals selecting courses of treatment.  Corporate wellness professionals designing employee programs... with hard science and best practices for core wellness-related approaches and disciplines."


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10 Uncommon Sources of Antioxidants You Never Knew

10 Uncommon Sources of Antioxidants You Never Knew | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it
Check out some of our favorite sources of antioxidants that you might not think of at first. They’re actually higher in antioxidants than common foods and also affordable in terms of serving size for the benefits that they offer.

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Muscadinex's curator insight, March 21, 2015 12:13 PM

Spinach, quinoa, kale, acai, goji berries, red wine, dark chocolate, walnuts, almonds,  and cacao, broccoli, and berries are all amazing for you, but most of us know that already. Eat and drink more of the uncommon sources of antioxidants and improve your health one step at a time. Check out some of our favorite sources of antioxidants that you might not think of at first. They’re actually higher in antioxidants than common foods and also affordable in terms of serving size for the benefits that they offer.

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Chocolate (Cacao) - Ayurvedic Diet & Recipes - Joyful Belly

Chocolate (Cacao) - Ayurvedic Diet & Recipes - Joyful Belly | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it

 

"ABOUT:  Romance may be sealed with a box of chocolates, but passion for chocolate is as eternal as true love. Long before John Cadbury invented the chocolate bar, native meso-american peoples brewed chocolate with medicinal herbs. Chocolate has been used as sacrament and in shamanic ceremony, a practice that continues to this day, for over three millennia. The botanical name of chocolate, 'Theobroma', means "Food of the Gods", a testimony that your affection for chocolate may be as deep as your soul.

 

Sensual and luxurious, chocolate is evocative of desire and indulgence. It warms the heart and abdomen while elevating mood and lifting depression. Chocolate is an aphrodisiac, especially for women for whom chocolate may be addictive. The caffeine in chocolate stimulates brain activity and elevates the mood. Cinnamon or cayenne in hot chocolate enhances these passionate and stimulating qualities...."


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ChocoFinder's curator insight, February 18, 2015 10:57 AM

#cocoa #chocolate #health #women #darkchocolate

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The 15 Most Alkalizing Superfoods + 5 Delicious Ways To Eat Them

The 15 Most Alkalizing Superfoods + 5 Delicious Ways To Eat Them | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it
The hype around alkaline food and drink (like those $5 waters you see at health food stores) is based around the idea that an alkaline diet can help your body maintain its pH, which leads to overall

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8 Things You Need to Know About Calcium

8 Things You Need to Know About Calcium | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it
Discover some surprising facts about calcium that you probably don't know--by best-selling author of THE PROBIOTIC PROMISE, Dr. Michelle Schoffro Cook, PhD, DNM.

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Sandi Cornez's curator insight, February 15, 2015 1:16 PM

What do you know about calcium? It's an important mineral for your body. Did you know that when you lose fluids  due to vomiting or diarrhea or because you haven't been drinking enough  water, your body may be running loon key electrolyte minerals including calcium, potassium, and sodium? Every cell in your body needs electrolytes to function properly.

 

Health Tips: Consume flaxseed research shows that omega 3 fatty acids in flaxseed boost the level of calcium in your bones. Broccoli kale,, collard and turnip greens, boo choy, sesame seeds, blackstrap molasses, and cinnamon are high in calcium.

 

Here's an information packed post on all things related to calcium. "8 Thing You Need to Know About Calcium" from Greenliving by Michelle Schoffro Cook.

 

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The 12 most pesticide-contaminated foods (Infographic) - Food Revolution Network

The 12 most pesticide-contaminated foods (Infographic) - Food Revolution Network | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it
Pesticides have been linked to cancer, developmental disabilities, endocrine disruption, and many other serious problems. Thisinfographicfrom Juicing with G gives critical information about which arethe most, and the least, pesticide contaminated fruits and vegetables. This chart does not address GMOs. So sweet corn shows up as being less contaminated with pesticides, mainly because the husk catches most of them. But if the corn is genetically modified, then it is itself literally registered with the EPA as a pesticide. Watch out for that! For more information about pesticides and food, check out these sources: http://www.ewg.org/foodnews/ http://www.ewg.org/foodnews/summary.php http://www.naturalnews.com/030005_GMOs_foods.html# http://www.alternate-energy.net/Gvid/index.php

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Sandi Cornez's curator insight, February 17, 2015 12:17 PM

Real Food is medicine. It rejuvenates and energies your body and brain. Unfortunately the environment today is rife with pesticides, chemicals, toxins, you name it harmful additives, and so on. Environmental Working Group (EWG) has your back related to information through info graphics on the clean 15 and the Dirty Dozen produce. This info graphic does not include GMOs according to the authors.

 

Health Tips: Try to eat as clean as possible. Organic is your best bet. Local is great too, especially if you're buying from Farmer's Markets or CSA's where you can speak with the farmers who grow the produce. Your local co-ops are also a good safe place to do your grocery shopping.

 

Here's "the 12 Most Pesticide-Contaminated Foods (Infographic)" from The Food Revolution Network by Environmental Working Group.

 

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Eben Lenderking's curator insight, February 20, 2015 6:58 AM

Time to eat organic.

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Does the Blood Type Diet Work? - Care2.com

Does the Blood Type Diet Work? - Care2.com | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it
A diet called The Blood Type Diet has been popular for almost two decades now. Proponents of this diet suggest that your blood type determines which foods are
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Why the Paleo Diet is Selfish, According to Science - Care2.com

Why the Paleo Diet is Selfish, According to Science - Care2.com | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it
Should we be looking at the caveman era to guide our food choices today? Going back to the way our ancestors ate over 10,000 years ago (before agriculture)
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Kitchen fact or fiction? 11 food rules you should ignore

Kitchen fact or fiction? 11 food rules you should ignore | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it
Whether you fancy yourself a chef or barely know your way around the kitchen, there are plenty of culinary "facts" out there that are just plain fiction. Maybe you learned them from your mom or from your favorite cooking show — but the source doesn't change the cold hard truth. Here are 11 food and cooking myths … busted! (Text: Mary Jo DiLonardo)
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Easy Ways to Add Iron to Your Meals Without Meat - One Green Planet

Easy Ways to Add Iron to Your Meals Without Meat - One Green Planet | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it

"You don’t need meat to get enough iron, especially with these healthy and delicious options! Here’s how to add iron to your meals, without a bit of hard work!

 

Many people who start a plant-based diet experience fatigue simply due to a lack or iron, and often make the assumption (which many of us have probably done), that it’s because of a lack of iron because they’re not eating meat anymore. Thankfully, this isn’t true.Iron can be consumed through a variety of plant-based foods, but it’s important to know what iron-rich foods to eat so your body gets the nutrients you need. Iron-based supplements derived from synthetic ironhaspotential side effects, so it’s much better to get iron from your foods.  There are some amazing sources of iron to add to your diet. Here are some ideas that don’t take too much thought and there’s alittle here somethingfor everyone. These sources are anti-inflammatory, unlike meat, and also easy for your body to absorb."


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5 Must-Eat Foods For Your Best Skin Ever

5 Must-Eat Foods For Your Best Skin Ever | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it
Think of all good, nutrient-dense foods assuperfoods— ingredients you want to incorporate into your diet frequently to keep your system running at its very best. These good foods are the foods you
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22 Vegetarian Brown-Bag Lunches That Won't Leave You Hungry L ater...

22 Vegetarian Brown-Bag Lunches That Won't Leave You Hungry L ater... | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it
Raise your hand if you're sick of packing your lunch only to find yourself raiding your office's chips and candy stash by three in the afternoon.
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GMOs invade fruit industry: Apples, pears, cherries and peaches to all become unlabeled GMO

GMOs invade fruit industry: Apples, pears, cherries and peaches to all become unlabeled GMO | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it
GMOs invadefruit industry: Apples, pears, cherries and peaches to all become unlabeled GMO
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Your healthy habits are eating into the packaged foods industry - Washington Post

Your healthy habits are eating into the packaged foods industry - Washington Post | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it
Packaged food companies are struggling to capture business at a time when shoppers are fixated on freshness and low carbs.

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Turmeric Curcumin vs. Exercise for Artery Function | NutritionFacts.org

Turmeric Curcumin vs. Exercise for Artery Function | NutritionFacts.org | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it
For those who sit most of the day and are unable to use a standing or treadmill desk or take frequent breaks from sitting should consider the regular ingestion of the spice turmeric to protect endothelial function.

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Sandi Cornez's curator insight, February 14, 2015 8:34 PM

happy Valentine's day. What are you doing for your heart health today and everyday?  Are you taking a stand for your health asks Dr.Michael Greger, NutritionalFacts.org. Moving throughout your day is your best solution to help your heart and keep the blood flowing. Here's ways: walking, using stand up desks, taking quick breaks, swimming, going to the gym, playing with your kids or pets, cleaning house, jogging, riding a bike 

 

Health Tips: Move and use turmeric in your cooking, smoothies or take curcumin supplements. Eating plant based real foods does make a difference for your heart health.

 

Here's Dr Greger, "Tumeric Curumin vs Exercise for Artery Function".

 

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Don’t Be Fooled By The Claims of ‘Cleanse’ Diets

Don’t Be Fooled By The Claims of ‘Cleanse’ Diets | Healthy Eating News | Scoop.it
The meal plans are certainly healthy, and sometimes delicious. But treated properly, your body will do everything a fancy-sounding ‘cleanse’ promises.

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