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Food For Thought: What To Eat To Keep Your Mind Sharp

Food For Thought: What To Eat To Keep Your Mind Sharp

Reviewed By Ray Spotts

Loaded with antioxidants just like orange and yellow sweet potatoes, the pigments in the purple variety give it some distinct advantages in promoting brain health. These pigments help preserve the integrity of blood vessels that transport oxygen to the brain that normally diminish as we age.
Natural Ways To Save Our Sight

Natural Ways To Save Our Sight

A vision care diet  The most common eye diseases share a common link- oxidation, chemical process in which free radicals damage cells in the body, in this case, the eyes. A natural by-product of metabolism, these oxygen-based molecules are also produced in large amounts by smoking, air pollution, and excessive sunlight. A few of the best antioxidants to help protect your sight are vitamin A, zinc, lutein, and fish oil (which are high in omega 3 fatty acids). Water and exercise Drinking a lot of fluids improves the transport of antioxidant n...
3 Foods You Didn't Think Were Good For You...But Are

3 Foods You Didn't Think Were Good For You...But Are

Reviewed By Ray Spotts

Watermelon - The high liquid content of watermelon, along with the natural sugars and fiber, make it the perfect snack.

Onions  - Primarily used for seasoning, onions are high in vitamin C, fiber, folate, and vitamin B-6.

Lettuce  - Looking at the light green color of most lettuce would generally lead one to believe that it doesn't have the nutrients of other vegetables, but this is not the case.

Cut Your Risk For Heart Attack With These Cholesterol-Lowering Tips

Cut Your Risk For Heart Attack With These Cholesterol-Lowering Tips

Reviewed By Ray Spotts

Among all nutraceuticals (foods with medicinal properties) oatmeal and oat bran are the most potent. Packed with soluble fiber, they create a gel-like substance in the digestive system that bonds with cholesterol molecules and prevents them from entering the blood stream. Harvard University conducted a study that analyzed over 60 trials and found that even small amounts of soluble fiber added to a daily diet could reduce cholesterol by 5 points. Other good sources besides oats are kidney beans, apples, and pears.

Natural Tips For The Prevention Of Alzheimer's

Natural Tips For The Prevention Of Alzheimer's

Antioxidants protect your brain from forming free radicals, or unstable atoms in your brain. Loading up on foods with naturally occurring antioxidants will help prevent these from forming. Green vegetables like broccoli, brussels sprouts, and spinach as well as other dark skinned fruits like grapes, cherries, blueberries, raspberries, and cranberries are all great sources of natural antioxidants that will help keep from incurring cell damage from free radicals. Cold water fish like tuna, salmon, and mackerel are very high in omega-3 fatty a...
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