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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.
Fun In The Sun, Safely And Naturally

Fun In The Sun, Safely And Naturally

Reviewed By Ray Spotts

Not only your skin, but your entire body can be dried by a sunburn, so be sure to drink plenty of water to stay hydrated. There are some great remedies in your kitchen for dealing with the pain.

More Kitchen Cures

More Kitchen Cures

Onion  Many ancient cultures believed in the healing and preventative powers of onions. Even ancient Greek athletes used them prior to competing. Over the years, a number of these age old theories have been put to the test, and more often than not they're proven true. The sulfur compounds in onions can reduce the symptoms of diabetes, and they're loaded with quercetin too, which prevents inflammation and helps prevent a number of different cancers. Cayenne Pepper Used for anything from pain relief to aphrodisiacs, cayenne peppers have been ...
Foods That Fight Allergies

Foods That Fight Allergies

Reviewed by Ray Spotts

Nuts, especially almonds, hazelnuts, and peanuts, are a good source of vitamin E, which helps to minimize inflammation. Eat a single one ounce serving of any of these nuts daily year round to help prevent symptoms. If you do have symptoms, increase the servings or add a few tablespoons of peanut butter as well.
Natural Answers For Allergies

Natural Answers For Allergies

There are over 40 million Americans that suffer from seasonal allergies, and whats worse is that most of the medications that help alleviate these symptoms have harmful side effects. Fortunately, there are some answers hiding in nature that are much safer than drugs, and have little to no side effects.  Quercetin Quercetin is a plant pigment that can inhibit cells that produce histamine. Its naturally occurring, and can be found in various foods like citrus fruits and onions. Don't plan on getting enough of it through your diet though, the a...
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