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The Health Benefits of Red Wine

Posted by on May 25, 2017 in food, heart, nutrition, obesity, research | Comments Off on The Health Benefits of Red Wine

more proof that moderate red wine consumption is healthy. Red wine contains nutrients called polyphenols. For the past several years there have been reports about the health benefits of drinking red wine.  Here is more proof that moderate red wine consumption is healthy. Red wine contains nutrients called polyphenols.  And while some health conscious people take nutritional supplements to get these grape compounds, recent research is showing that the best way to get these nutrients is to drink red wine. The reason for this is red wine contains the entire group of polyphenol nutrients, a group that has been shown to work much better synergistically.  Nutritional supplements on the other hand do not contain the entire group of polyphenols. One cool thing to know is that new research from the University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine is showing...

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The Truth About Eggs And Cholesterol

Posted by on May 16, 2017 in heart, nutrition, research | Comments Off on The Truth About Eggs And Cholesterol

The myth that eating eggs increases cholesterol levels has been busted! If you like eating eggs, then I’ve got good news for you! According to a new study conducted by researchers from the University of Surrey and published in the Nutritional Bulletin of the British Heart Foundation, eating eggs has virtually no effect on cholesterol levels.  In other words, eating eggs does not raise your cholesterol level. eating #eggs has virtually no effect on #cholesterol levels Click To Tweet The researchers reviewed several different studies on eggs and nutrition and concluded that eggs did not contribute to the body’s cholesterol levels.  Although eggs are a high cholesterol food, the researchers note that only one-third of the body’s cholesterol comes from your diet. only one-third of the body’s #cholesterol comes from the #diet Click To Tweet Bruce Griffin, one of...

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3 Common Myths About Chiropractic You Should Know About

Posted by on May 11, 2017 in benefits, expectations, lifespan | Comments Off on 3 Common Myths About Chiropractic You Should Know About

Doctors of Chiropractic are licensed in all 50 states. Chiropractic care is a service people CHOOSE to use on a regular basis to counter act wear and tear. Even though chiropractic care is one of the best health care options available to eliminate pain, reduce stress, increase flexibility, and maintain a great quality of life, there are still a lot of people who don’t know much about chiropractic care.  There are also a lot of crazy myths about chiropractic.  I want to share a few of those with you so you have a better understanding about chiropractic. Check these out: Myth #1: Chiropractors Aren’t “Real” Doctors Did you know that some people actually still say that?  Out of curiosity, what is a “real” doctor anyway?  A white coat?  A stethoscope?  A prescription pad?  Are we to believe that the...

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America’s Healthiest Fast Food Restaurant Choices

Posted by on May 2, 2017 in nutrition | Comments Off on America’s Healthiest Fast Food Restaurant Choices

Based on calories per entre and average serving size. Let’s see which restaurant had the best healthiest options. Eat This Not That With everyone’s busy schedules, most people grab a quick meal at least a couple times a month.  I came across a men’s health article that listed the healthiest fast food restaurants.  I thought I’d share it with you so the next time you’re busy and need a fast meal, you’ll know which restaurants are the healthiest options. Here’s how they rated the restaurants: they calculated the total number of calories per entrée. That gave the reviewers a snapshot of how each restaurant compared in average serving size–a key indicator of unhealthy portion distortion. Then they rewarded establishments with fruit and vegetable side-dish choices, as well as for providing whole-grain options. Finally, they penalized places for excessive amounts...

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