Nutrition

Heart Healthy Diet Plan – Foods To Avoid and Eat

Heart disease is still the leading cause of death in the United States. According to the American Heart Association, heart disease accounts for 1 out of 7 deaths in America. It kills about 1,100 Americans everyday which equates to about one person dying from heart disease every 84 seconds. Heart disease is preventable and >> Read More ...

Immune Boosting Foods, Vitamins and Minerals

There is renewed interest in the immune system as we have come to realize that drugs do not offer all the options in maintaining health. There has never before been such a concern about the possibilities of new microbes that could cause pandemics or about the rise in cancers across the globe. Medical science has repeatedly >> Read More ...

High Salt (Sodium) in Food – Effects, Dangers, Source, Diet

Over the past few years there has been a lot of media attention about the dangers of salt in foods. It is known that a high salt intake can contribute to high blood pressure which may in time lead to heart attacks and strokes. However, this has not stemmed the availability of foods with a high salt content. The Food and >> Read More ...

Obesity Rates, Tests, Health Risks and How to Lose Weight

Obesity has become one of the leading health concerns in the United States, accounting in part for the majority of deaths as a result of its contribution to heart disease, strokes and diabetes. More than one-third of American adults are obese but overall two-thirds are above a healthy body weight (overweight and obese >> Read More ...

Excessive Water Intake (Drinking Too Much) Effects, Dangers

We always hear about how we drink too little water in modern societies and that many people are dehydrated due to inadequate water intake. This is further compounded by a modern diet consisting of diuretics including caffeinated beverages like colas and coffee, as well as alcohol, which causes us to lose water. While it is >> Read More ...
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