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7 Nutraceuticals That Will Boost and Detox Your Liver
April 30, 2015 | Antioxidants | J.Sutton
Optimizing liver function helps ensure the body can effectively rid itself of pollutants, heavy metals and various other toxins. Supporting liver health is paramount to our health and well-being. It becomes especially important as we age because liver function naturally declines. Herbs and nutraceuticals that improve liver health can help ensure it is working at peak capacity and no toxins slip through and damage our cells.

My Favourite Cleansing and Nourishing Juice
April 29, 2015 | Nutrition | B.Kim
I've been on a tear with our juicer as of late, in search of a freshly pressed juice that delivers equal parts cleansing and nourishing power. My short list of favourites calls for more than a dozen antioxidant-rich foods, but the one concoction that rises above the rest requires just four simple ingredients.

Why Countries Around The World Differ In Their Recommendations About Folic Acid Supplementation Before and During Pregnancy
April 28, 2015 | NaturalLiving | M.Chan
Far too many advisers of nutrition and public health think folic acid is naturally found in foods. The body does not metabolize folic acid in the same way it does folate which is in foods such as lentils, beans, spinach and other greens. Five countries recommend folate and folic acid consumption around conception above and beyond World Health Organisation (WHO) guidelines, while five others dismiss supplementation as unnecessary, report finds.

Easy No Bake Raw Vegan Cheesecake Recipe
April 24, 2015 | Nutrition | K.Foster
Thinking about a nice cold cheesecake is something that sends my tastebuds in a frenzy. Try this healthy no bake cheesecake recipe that will surely heighten your senses without ever touching an oven.

Canada and Russia Top Deforestation List, More Than Any Other Country In The World
April 16, 2015 | Sustainability | K.Bergman
Russia and Canada are leading the world when it comes to tree cover loss according to an analysis of 2013 high-resolution satellite-based data by researchers at the University of Maryland and Global Forest Watch.

Kale, Hemp, and Avocado Smoothie Recipe
April 15, 2015 | Nutrition | B.Kim
This smoothie is an excellent choice for times when you're looking to cleanse and feel light but still need enough substance to propel you through a busy day.

Inventor Creates A Human-Powered Vehicle To Take The Treadmill Outdoors
April 13, 2015 | Sustainability | A.McCarthy
The Lopifit is not an electric bike, itís not a scooter, itís not a treadmill. Itís all three combined and could revolutionize the way we think about electric scooter transport.

Large Scale Study Verifies That Low Vitamin D Levels Are Linked To Depression
April 10, 2015 | Sunlight | M.Chan
In the absence of vitamin D, many diseases increase by 1000 percent, especially in the winter months. Low levels of the sunshine vitamin is liked with significant cognitive impairment and widespread chronic pain. According to a recent Finnish population study, higher vitamin D levels have a lower risk of depression according to results from over 5000 people.

4 Oils To Avoid And The Healthiest Oil That Research Proves Does Wonders For Your Belly Fat and Health
April 9, 2015 | Nutrition | J.Carney
I've run across some very interesting studies recently on the relationship between coconut oil (or any type of coconut fat, including coconut milk and cream) and how it can affect your body fat.

Divine Chocolate Avocado Pudding And It's Raw
April 7, 2015 | Nutrition | K.Foster
Without a question this is my favorite chocolate pudding recipe, raw or otherwise. I can promise you that if you try this just once, you will fall in love with it and wonder why all chocolate puddings are not made with avocados.

1000-Year-Old Recipe Can Kill Antibiotic-Resistant Superbugs
April 6, 2015 | Healing | M.Torres
Modern medicine has failed miserably at treating antibiotic resistant superbugs. Widespread use of antibiotics in farming as well as antibacterial agents have promoted the growth of dangerous superbugs for decades which could leave millions vulnerable to untreatable illness within a generation. A recipe for an eye salve found in the British Library in a 10th-century book of Anglo-Saxon medical advice may hold the natural solution to which conventional medicine has not been able to address.

The Leaf's Color Determines The Antioxidant Effect of Lettuce
April 1, 2015 | Antioxidants | M.Chan
The researchers, who published their results in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, used electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) techniques to observe the kinetic behaviour of antioxidants in three lettuce varieties - the green-leaf 'Batavia', the red and green-leaf 'Marvel of four seasons', and the red-leaf 'Oak leaf'.


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