How Much Food is Squandered?

How Much Food is Squandered?

Ever wondered how much food is wasted per household? A team of investigators studied urban food waste in three cities: New York, Denver, and Nashville. Denverites trashed the most edible food—7.5 pounds per household per week. Food diaries from study participants...
Improved Diets Reduce Risk of Death

Improved Diets Reduce Risk of Death

Reports from two large cohort studies of health professionals demonstrate that people who maintain a high-quality diet over 12 years experienced significantly lower risks of death from any cause, compared to those who had a consistently low diet score. The Alternative...
What Foods Are Making People Sick?

What Foods Are Making People Sick?

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has prepared a list of the most noteworthy multistate outbreaks year by year. You can see it by clicking here! LifeTip: Selecting good quality food, making sure it has been handled, stored, and cleaned properly can...
Granola: A Really Sweet Dessert!

Granola: A Really Sweet Dessert!

Are you part of the majority of Americans who believe a mixture of oats, sugar, vanilla flavor, and maybe a few nuts and raisins is a healthy food? If so, think again! Most commercial granolas tend to have enough sugar that they rival an ordinary slice of chocolate...
Leafy Greens Help Prevent Glaucoma

Leafy Greens Help Prevent Glaucoma

A large retrospective analysis of men and women found those who ate more leafy greens had a lower risk for primary open-angle glaucoma (POA)—especially cases with early paracentral visual field loss. It is thought nitric oxide plays a role in ocular blood flow and the...
9 Secrets to Live Longer and Stronger
Discover the nine keys that will help you regain your health, boost your energy, enhance your immune system, prevent premature aging, and stop the progress of degenerative diseases. Get your copy today!
Never display this again