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Is caffeine good or bad for your health? It may come down to who you are and your health situation. Before you decide if that coffee, tea, or energy drink habit is right for you, consider the following 10 things you really need to know about caffeine:
The Sliding Caffeine Threshold
Apples—We’ve all heard the adage, “an apple a day keeps the doctor away,” and provided that apple is an organic one, the saying holds some truth. In addition to the vitamins and minerals, they contain an important phytonutrient called malic acid, which when ingested helps improve energy prod…
If you’ve been loading up on candy and treats that seem to be everywhere this time of year, you might be ready to enjoy some real Halloween superfoods.
Black Rice—Witches aren’t the only ones who can sport black this time of year, so can your dinner plate. If you haven’t tried this ancient grain…
A New Zealand woman, Natasha Harris recently died due to excessive Coca-Cola consumption (at least in part). The New Zealand coroner ruled that the woman's death was partially attributed to the 10 litres of Coca-cola she drank daily. The coroner also indicated that Coca-Cola could not be held liab…
It’s time to follow the lead of Hawaiians who are working to evict Monsanto from their land…and for good reason. Monsanto and other corporations have been leasing land from schools for experimentation with genetically-modified seed and pesticides. The organization Hawaii GMO Justice has initi…
Next to marrying my husband, turning 40 was the best thing I ever did. Unlike many women I know, I am not shy to share that eight months ago I arrived at what I consider a huge milestone in my life.
Maybe I cherish this age because I wasn’t always sure I would get this far in life. You see by …
Unrelated to wheat, buckwheat is actually not a grain at all, but a seed of a plant related to rhubarb. As is often the case with seeds, buckwheat’s nutritional value surpasses grains. Here are 10 reasons to explore and love this unsung superfood.
It is low on the glycemic index, prevent…
There is a sweetener found in most packaged, prepared, and processed food that is touted as “natural” and “healthy” but is actually contributing to obesity, high blood pressure and other health issues. Its names are harmless-sounding but don’t be fooled. This sweetener goes by the name…
Everyone feels down at some point, usually as a reaction to difficult circumstances but clinical depression goes far beyond that. In such cases, a person experiences a prolonged sadness that is out of proportion with the apparent cause. The physical and psychological symptoms affect a person’s …
Forget Red Bull, Monster, Rock Star, and the other so-called “Energy Drinks” that line the refrigerators at every convenience store these days. Not only are they loaded with stimulants, most are usually packed with artificial ingredients and high fructose corn syrup or other sweeteners. If you…
People either love beets or they hate them, mostly because they haven’t discovered all the wonderful ways to enjoy beets. I, personally, am in the LOVE BEETs camp. I still remember the first time I ate them as a child. I wanted them every day after that. Whether you already love them, or just ha…
It may sound odd that bacteria can actually reduce allergy symptoms. But, certain bacteria can reduce inflammation in the body, improve nutrient absorption, and reduce nasal and sinus symptoms linked to allergies. Of course, not just any bacteria will do.
Research by scientists at the Os…
A staple of the ancient Incas who revered it as sacred, quinoa (pronounced KEEN-wah) is not a true grain, but a seed. Surprisingly, it is related to spinach and Swiss chard. If you’re not already enjoying this delicious food, here are 12 reasons to start.
1. Unlike most grains quinoa is a …
An impressive new study was released in the American Journal of Public Health linking television viewing to childhood obesity. Australian researchers reviewed television food advertising throughout Australia, Asia, Western Europe, and North and South America, to determine the researchers assess…