Controlling your blood pressure, blood sugar levels, cholesterol, triglyceride levels, or obesity can be a struggle. Even worse, many people have to monitor a combination of these conditions. A clustering of three or more of these risk factors is k... Read More
What is the deal with eggs? One minute they’re bad for you and have all the cholesterol in the world, and the next everyone’s recommending them. I don’t know about you, but I think it’s high time we got to the bottom of it!
Eggs and Cholester... Read More
Pineapples are delicious as well as nutritious!Some studies show that eating pineapples can be an effective home remedy to fighting sinusitis.
A juicy, ripe pineapple can satisfy that sweet craving you get midday better than any chocolate bar can.
Bu... Read More
A new report featured in the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Journal (The FASEB Journal) suggests that high cholesterol levels, high blood pressure and other chronic conditions could be attributed to inflammation caused by ... Read More
Many studies focus on the importance of engaging in physical activity for reducing risk factors leading to heart disease, diabetes, and other chronic diseases. However, researchers from the University of Queensland evaluated the benefits of replacing... Read More
A lot of people love bananas and have discovered that they make a great “in-between-meals” snack.
Bananas are sweet, have enough bulk to make you feel full (at least temporarily), and can give you a little burst of energy without the bloo... Read More
If you haven’t yet added guava fruit or juice to your grocery list, now might be a good time to do so. Guavas have a number of important health benefits going for them.
For one, guava contains a carotenoid called lycopene. You may have heard of... Read More
Inside your body, you have some specialized cells called “beta cells.” Beta cells are very important, because they make insulin. And insulin is a hormone that controls the level of glucose in your blood.
Too much glucose and you could experience ... Read More