(Natural News) Pumpkin seeds might look small, but they’re packed with nutritional benefits, such as zinc, iron and magnesium. While these seeds are readily available in stores, you can also harvest them fresh – especially after Halloween. More than its nutritional value, however, pumpkin seeds can give you the following health benefits. →
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You may have heard that taking extra vitamins can improve your memory, protect against Alzheimer’s disease, or help you ace that test. Are “brain vitamins” really a thing? In reality, a debate exists over whether vitamins can boost your brain health. You may see wild claims that one vitamin or another may make you smarter, wiser, or delay aging. Others say they do not actually improve your brain’s functioning and make you smarter but do support an already-healthy brain. →
(Natural News) Fresh fruits and vegetables are full of nutrients that keep you healthy. But did you know that microgreens also have incredible nutritional profiles?
Microgreens are young vegetable greens first introduced to the Californian restaurant scene in the 1980s. These aromatic greens, also called “micro herbs” or “vegetable confetti,” are full of flavor.
(NaturalHealth365) As you probably know, it’s not cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes or auto accidents that make ups the conditions most likely to threaten the lives of American adults – it’s cardiovascular disease. In fact, according to statistics published by the CDC, heart disease currently kills nearly 650,000 people – every year – in the United States. And a primary factor in heart disease is arterial plaque – artery-clogging deposits of fat and calcium that can lead to angina, heart attack and stroke.
(NaturalHealth365) We know that antioxidants support overall wellbeing by assisting in the detoxification process – at the cellular level. Now an April 2019 study presented at Experimental Biology 2019 revealed three antioxidants in particular can dramatically improve the health of heart failure patients.
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Originally published at mercola.com and reproduced here with permission.
Cholesterol is a waxy substance found in nearly every cell of your body, vital for optimal functioning. For instance, your body uses cholesterol in the construction of cell membranes and in regulating protein pathways required for cell signaling. Without sufficient amounts of cholesterol in your body you may experience a negative impact on your brain health, hormone levels and heart disease risk.
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(NaturalHealth365) Air pollution is a growing health threat, especially in urban areas. In fact, the World Health Organization states that there are ‘4.2 million deaths – every year – as a result of outdoor air pollution.’ But, most people don’t hear about how micronutrients can help minimize health risks.