Low Fiber Intake, Higher Cardiovascular Disease Risk
If you haven't yet heard that a high-fiber diet is good for your heart, I would be surprised. For years nutrition experts, including myself, have been telling people to eat more fiber not only to support heart health, but also digestive health, which is the foundation for total-body health.
Watermelon Juice Reduces Muscle Soreness
Watermelon, as its name would imply, is an excellent source of pure water. It use as a medicine has focused on primarily its diuretic effects. New research indicates that drinking watermelon juice is a perfect after workout remedy to reduce muscle soreness.
Liver Benefits Emerge for DHA
A study of the metabolic effects of omega-3 fatty acids, especially DHA, concludes that these compounds may have an even wider range of biological impacts than previously considered, and suggests they could be of significant value in the prevention of fatty liver disease.
5 Reasons to Eat More Celery
Celery is one of those vegetables we tend to keep in the bottom of our vegetable drawer and only think about when it’s time to make soup, as it’s a basic ingredient for most soup broths. It’s a humble and often overlooked vegetable. However, there are good reasons to find ways to eat more of it.
3 Juice Recipes Featuring Heart-Healthy Pomegranate
Lately, there’s been a parade of products featuring this exceptionally healthy fruit, from juices and teas to energy bars and syrups. But many people have no idea how to prepare pomegranate, and are intimidated by all those little seeds. My answer? Juice it.