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10 food to improve immune system

My family is getting over our first colds of the fall, so cold and flu season really feels like it’s in effect now. Help build your body’s immunity to prevent cold and flu with these foods. Read more...

12 additives to avoid

Food should be good for you. But some isn’t. More than 10,000 additives are allowed in food. Some are direct additives that are deliberately formulated into processed food. Others are indirect additives that get into food during processing, storage and packaging. How do you know which ones to avoid because they raise concerns and have been linked to serious health problems, including endocrine disruption and cancer? Read more...

12 benefits of walking

You don’t need to train for a marathon, spend hours on an elliptical, or turn your guest room into a gym to get fitter, healthier, and happier. Keep reading to find out how a brisk walk can make major improvements to your physically and mental health. Read more...

12 benefits of walking

You don’t need to train for a marathon, spend hours on an elliptical, or turn your guest room into a gym to get fitter, healthier, and happier. Keep reading to find out how a brisk walk can make major improvements to your physically and mental health. Read more...

Bone broth as superfood

If you have perused the internet lately, you may have noticed a growing buzz around bone broth. It has become so popular that even one NYC bone broth cafe has popped up. If you are confused, bone broth is essentially a soup stock that has been simmered for longer. Bones and sinew material (chicken, beef, or fish) are simmered to extract their hoards of minerals, creating a highly nutritious and heart-warming beverage. But don’t be mislead — this is by no means a new innovation. Making bone broths is an old and very traditional technique for boosting the nutrient content of our diets, and for good reason… Read more...

Cashews to Beat the Blues

Maybe the pharmacy doesn’t have to be the first place you stop when you’re feeling down-in-the-dumps. A big helping of cashews may be just the ticket when you’ve got a mild case of the blues. Read more...

Super food for gum and teeth

We all know that oral care is important, and holistic oral care goes way beyond brushing and flossing. With alternative therapies such as oil pulling, and homemade solutions such as herbal mouthwash, there’s a lot you can do to ensure your smile stays beautiful and bright. But don’t overlook the powerful purification properties of simple, everyday foods. The following six are supercharged oral crime fighters, certain to keep your gums safe and pearly whites pretty. Read more...

Walmart for organic food

If you’re looking for organic food, head to your nearest Wal-Mart? That’s right; the nation’s largest grocer raised a few eyebrows when it announced its plans to provide more organic options for shoppers. Not only that, but it’s promising to sell organic foods at the same prices as non-organic foods. Read more...

The Simple Workplace Exercise With Huge Benefits

Plenty has been said about the benefits of standing while you work, as well as the downfalls of sitting too much. However, not as much has been revealed about the benefits of walking while you work. Read more...

8 Health Benefits of Peanut Butter

ut butter isn’t just for school lunches. This versatile spread is surprisingly good for your health. The high protein and healthy oils help with weight loss, diabetes and even Alzheimer’s disease. Read more...

Just 2 Teaspoons of This Fiber May Help Lower Cholesterol | Care2 Healthy Living

Most Americans get about only half of the fiber that is recommended. Soluble dietary fiber can help control weight and lower cholesterol, which studies suggest can help prevent heart disease. We can find this type of fiber in lentils, pears, apples, and of course, the heart-healthy herooatmeal. But there is another excellent source of fiber that often goes unsung: psyllium husk. Read more...

Phytates for Rehabilitating Cancer Cells | Care2 Healthy Living

Phytate is a compound found in beans, grains, nuts and seeds. The average daily intake of phytate in vegetarian diets is about twice that of those eating mixed diets of plant and animal foods. Researchers have studied phytate levels and populations consuming vegetarian type diets, and suggest phytate acts as an anticarcinogen. Aside from helping to prevent cancer, dietary phytate has been reported to help prevent kidney stone formation, protect against diabetes mellitus, dental cavities, and heart disease. Read more...

Why It’s Great to Grow Kale Indoors | Care2 Healthy Living

Kale is the “it” superfood of the 2010s, the mason jar of the vegetable kingdom. And with good reason! This dark green member of the cabbage family, whether flat-leaf or curly, packs an incredibly healthy punch. While it has become widely available in mainstream grocery stores (sales of kale have increased an impressive 400 percent since 2008), there are many advantages to cultivating it in your home garden. Even in the depths of winter, you can still enjoy fresh kale leaves easily and inexpensively if you grow your own indoors. Read more...

The Fruit That’s Associated With a Better Sex Life | Care2 Healthy Living

Apples have long been praised for their ability to “keep the doctor away.” Studies have shown they can help fight cancer, protect our heart, and reduce our chance of stroke. Read more...

The Top 10 Foods that Trigger Acne | Care2 Healthy Living

Are you vulnerable to acne? While many people used to believe (doctors included) that food didn’t affect acne, that idea is now a medical myth. The reality is that every part of your body is impacted by the foods you eat. After all, theOxford Dictionary definition of vitamin is “any of a group of organic compounds which areessential for normal growth and nutrition and are required in small quantities in the diet because they cannot be synthesized by the body.” And where do we get vitamins? From the food we eat. So it should be no surprise that the foods you eat can either improve or impair your skin’s health. Some foods can trigger an acne outbreak even in adults. Below are some of the worst foods that trigger acne: Read more...

7 Sensational Miso Recipes | Care2 Healthy Living

These seven simple soups, sauces and sides are a great way to start integrating miso and all its health benefits into your daily meals. These recipes use miso to create tangy salad dressings, warming soups, delectable vegan gravies and more! Read more...

The 7 Most Important Reasons to Avoid GMOs | Care2 Healthy Living

“GMO” stands for genetically modified organisms. Some people also call them genetically engineered organisms. Either way, GMOs are foods whose genetic make-up has been re-engineered, altered or modified to give them different traits than those they evolved with. Some GMO crops have been designed to survive in tandem with the application of certain pesticides. Others have been engineered so that they don’t produce seeds, which forces farmers to buy engineered seeds over and over again. The U.S. Department of Agriculture estimatesthat 94% of all soy, 93% of the corn, and 96% of the cotton grown in the U.S. is genetically engineered. That means you could be eating GMOs in your bread, cereal, packaged cookies and cakes, and any other foods that contain soybean oil, corn oil, and high fructose corn syrup, to name a few. Read more...

A Handful of Walnuts May Keep Alzheimer’s Away | Care2 Healthy Living

Are you concerned about getting Alzheimer’s? The walnut that resembles a brain may be the answer to keeping Alzheimer’s disease at bay. The latest research suggests that eating 1/4 cup of walnuts a day may help prevent Alzheimer’s disease. Read more...

Depression-Busting Pumpkin Muffins (Paleo) | Care2 Healthy Living

Well, I can’t eat muffins in an agitated manner. The butter would probably get on my cuffs. One should always eat muffins quite calmly. It is the only way to eat them. Read more...

Compound in cocoa found to reverse age-related memory loss

In case anyone needed another reason to love chocolate, a new study suggests that a natural compound found in cocoa, tea and some vegetables can reverse age-related memory loss. Read more...