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Pretty much anyone with an interest in eating well and good nutrition knows that Vitamin C is one of the vital nutrients needed to keep you healthy and happy. Now, it’s available in a new and more effective form: as liposomal-encapsulated Vitamin C capsules.
Source: Red Orbit
Date posted: 21/09/2021
The DASH Diet can help lower your blood pressure and cholesterol levels, which is good for your heart. In fact, DASH stands for Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension, or high blood pressure.
Source: Web MD
Date posted: 19/09/2021
Pu-erh tea, also known as pu’er tea, has been used to provide health benefits for hundreds of years. This unique fermented tea not only tastes delicious, but it also is full of healthy probiotics and other beneficial components that can directly benefit your overall health.
Source: Drug Genius
Date posted: 15/09/2021
Moringa is a super-food that has been utilized for thousands of years. Its powerful seed oil and the versatility of its dried leaf powder continues to earn it a place among other super-greens like kale and chlorella, but it also comes with an amazing list of benefits beyond its nutritional value.
Date posted: 14/09/2021
Previous research has shown isometric resistance training (IRT) to lower systolic and diastolic blood pressure, but there have been safety concerns. A new meta-analysis of 24 primary studies reexamines the effectiveness of this form of exercise and assesses its safety. The study findings suggest that IRT is both safe and effective in lowering blood pressure.
Source: Medical News Today
Date posted: 12/09/2021
It's no secret that a good night's sleep affects everything from how we feel to how we perform. Sleep is essential for recovery, and according to new research published in the Journal of Occupational Medicine and Toxicology, the recovery it provides may have some implications on diet and lifestyle choices. Here's what they found.
Source: Mind Body Green
Date posted: 10/09/2021
Activated charcoal has been used for centuries to reduce oxidative stress; lower cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood, brain, heart and liver; and prevent and stop chronic kidney disease.
Source: Living Traditionally
Date posted: 09/09/2021
Normally not consuming enough vegetables and fruits can result in a high sodium intake and low potassium intake, which can contribute to developing high blood pressure. So with high blood pressure, you are recommended to have a diet low in sodium and fat, avoid these foods:
Source: Natural News Blogs
Date posted: 08/09/2021
Recognition of mast cell activation disorder (MCAD), a condition in which there is a chronic reactivation of a population of immune cells called mast cells, emerged in the 1980s, with recognition of the condition vastly expanding in recent years.
Source: Chris Kresser
Date posted: 07/09/2021
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