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Can Oatmeal Reverse Heart Disease? | NutritionFacts.org

Fiber continues to be singled out as a nutrient of public health concern. There is a fiber gap in America. These are the minimum recommended daily intakes of fiber for men and women at different age groups; this is how much we’re actually getting. We’re only getting about half the minimum, considered a public health concern for all Americans. Well, not all Americans. Less than 3% meet the recommended minimum, meaning less than 3% of all Americans eat enough plant-based foods, the only place fiber is found, though a nominal 0.1 is thrown in for the meat category in case someone eats a corndog or nibbles on the garnish. Read more...

When and how to clean your hands

No other part of the body is as exposed to germs as our hands. If we go on to touch noses, mouths, or food with unwashed hands, these germs will be transferred into the body. For this reason, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention cite hand washing as one of the easiest yet most effective methods “to prevent the spread of many types of infection and illness in all settings” and potentially save lives. Not just for hospitals or doctors’ offices, hand washing is equally important at home, work, or school. However, a simple pass under the hot water tap is not much use. Find out when and how to clean your hands … the right way Read more...

If I eat a healthy diet, do I really need a multivitamin?

If I eat a healthy diet, do I really need a multivitamin? Read more...

8 best foods after too much drinking

Too heavy on the booze last night? While some people swear by some spiked coffee and a greasy diner breakfast, there are actually healthy foods that can help you overcome a hangover faster. The next time you are feeling low after having one-too-many, try consuming these foods to feel better sooner. Read more...

Two simple ways to clean your air in house

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Quotable: what if You own the whole world?

So what! At the very end of your journey, you can’t take it with you to your grave. Read more...

Probiotics and mood

Can you eat your way to a better mood? More and more scientific research is saying so. Maintaining a healthy and balanced diet is important for your general health, so why should it be any different for your mental health? From depression-fighting seeds to anxiety-zapping greens, read about the best nutrients for your mood.
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Health appetizer – spirulina tapenade

Looking for a new way to use spirulina? This garlicky spread is just the ticket. A thick layer over some lightly toasted baguette alongside herbs and crudité makes a great healthy appetizer. Or use the tapenade to add some oomph to any sandwich. Read more...

Food for better mood

Can you eat your way to a better mood? More and more scientific research is saying so. Maintaining a healthy and balanced diet is important for your general health, so why should it be any different for your mental health? From depression-fighting seeds to anxiety-zapping greens, read about the best nutrients for your mood.
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Watch how "serial killer" T-cells destroy cancer cells -

Here’s a beautiful and fascinating video published Tuesday by U.S. and British researchers in the journal Immunity which shows how cytotoxic T-cells, relentlessly hunt down and destroy cancer cells in your body. Read more...

Online Library | Articles | Nuts and Seeds for a Healthy Weight and a Long Life | DrFuhrman.com

Nuts and seeds are healthful, natural foods that are full of beneficial nutrientsand phytochemicals. Although the myth that nuts and seeds are fattening has persisted, the research suggests that nuts are actually beneficial for weight loss. In any case, it’s not the fat content of a diet that makes it healthy, it’s the nutrient content. And based on their nutrient content, nuts are a health-promoting source of calories. Read more...

9 reasons to ditch beacon

I keep reading about bacon as a health food. Seriously: bacon never was and never will be a health food. While diets like the Paleo Diet may have some redeeming qualities, these diets are often just an excuse to eat more meat … and especially more bacon. Here are 9 reasons to ditch bacon for good: Read more...

Plastics and children brain development

Plastic isn’t just bad for the environment. Read more...

Low Carb Diets Found to Feed Heart Disease | NutritionFacts.org

People going on low carb diets may not see a rise in their cholesterol levels. How is that possible? Because weight loss by any means can drop our cholesterol. We could go on an all-Twinkie diet and lower our cholesterol as long as we didn’t eat too many. A good cocaine habit could do it. Anything that drops our weight can drop our cholesterol, but the goal isn’t to fit into a skinnier casket; the reason we care about cardiovascular risk factors like cholesterol is because we care about cardiovascular risk, the health of our arteries. Read more...

What 100-years-olds say about health and happiness

Do you feel old? It turns out that many 100-year-olds don’t. Those who do say they didn’t start to feel old until they hit their 80s. And they didn’t look back on childhood as the happiest time of their lives. When asked when they felt most happy, the average age turned out to be 44. Read more...

Habits to balance your blood sugar

With so many Americans suffering from obesity and diabetes, it is becoming more important than ever to be aware of your food’s effect on your blood sugar levels. Having high or low blood sugar can lead to myriad issues, such as decreased insulin sensitivity, mood swings, stress, headaches, and mental fogginess. But, luckily, these 6 habits can benefit your insulin sensitivity and keep you healthy in the long term.
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5 lawn care chemicals to a avoid

Lawn chemicals are designed to kill weeds and bugs. But they can harm people, too, which is why so many communities are banning or minimizing their use. According to BeyondPesticides.org,suburban lawns and gardens receive more pesticide applications per acre (3.2-9.8 lbs) than agriculture (2.7 lbs per acre on average). That’s not even the bad news. According to their site, “Of 30 commonly used lawn pesticides 19 have studies pointing toward carcinogens, 13 are linked with birth defects, 21 with reproductive effects, 15 with neurotoxicity, 26 with liver or kidney damage, 27 are sensitizers and/or irritants, and 11 have the potential to disrupt the endocrine (hormonal) system. “ Read more...

Alternatives to growing grass

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6 top reasons to eat tumeric daily

If you had to choose just one spice in the world to increase your well being and help you live a long healthy life, a good choice would be turmeric. Read more...

How people really die

Can you name the leading causes of death in the United States? Probably — cancer, heart disease, car accidents, strokes … Ultimately, the way most of us will go is not exactly surprising. But when you delve a little deeper into the statistics about the ways people die, there are plenty of facts that don’t line up with popular ideas of death. Read on for the ways people really die. Read more...