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OneLife 7 Berry Antox Nutritional Supplement

Nutritional supplements are a safe way to add what is deficient in your diet to your body. OneLife 7 berry antox is a blend of seven powerful berry extracts highly rich in antioxidants to improve immunity and promote healthy skin. Antioxidants are important to counteract the free radicals generated in our body. OneLife 7 Berry Antox Nutritional Supplement Product Review Price : Rs 2,299 for 90 gms with 30 sachets Ingredients : Maltodextrin, proprietary blend of Acai, blueberry, black curran...
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How Marketing Created Superfoods

What’s so special about superfoods, anyway? Even as the term fades slightly from marketing copy, we all still pay attention to specific foods that we’ve heard are better for us than the rest. Red wine. Goji berries. Kale.Read more...
Tags: Health, Food, Nutrition, Vegetables, Healthy Eating, Lifehacks, Antioxidants, Superfoods

How Free Radicals and Antioxidants affect our Bodies?

Updated from 11th March, 2016. Free radicals are notorious for their aging effect on the skin. Topical application and ingestion of anti-oxidants is the only known way to combat their effects. However, bad lifestyle and other regular habits can also lead to the formation of free radicals in the body and if un-combated for long, they can result in serious diseases like cancer and auto-immune diseases. How Free Radicals and Antioxidants affect our Bodies? #DidYouKnow the very thing which we ...
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Antioxidants – Why You Need Them & How To Boost Your Intake

Are you a woman who has been feeling tired and weary after spending half the day? Are you looking forward for simpler and easier ways in which you can enhance your wellbeing and feel energized all through the day? If answered yes, you should boost your intake of antioxidants as this could fuel your energy and keep you energized. Antioxidants are nutrients which are there in our bodies and which help in alleviating oxidative damage to our bodies. They work in clearing up the free radicals there...
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8 Miracle Skincare Ingredients That Actually Work

With unlimited skincare products on the market, each of which has unique ingredients, the shopping experience can be confusing. Not only do you need to focus on the brands, but also you need to be aware of the ingredients utilized in these products. To help make your shopping experience more enjoyable, I highly recommend reading the entirety of this article, as it will provide you with a list of common ingredients of skincare products that genuinely work.   Hyaluronic Acid Is A Must It is no...
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Exactly What Free Radicals Are and How They Can Affect the Skin

"Free radicals" is a phrase you've probably heard floated around when it comes to skin care, and living in increasing polluted air, it's important to know how to they affect your skin. And once you've learned free radicals and what they mean for the body, it's time you knew about how you can protect your skin from them. We reached out to Dr. Goldfaden, a dermatologist with over 40 years experience and the brain behind the Goldfaden MD skincare line, to teach us all about free radicals and how w...
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Ask Well: What Is the Health and Nutritional Value of Mushrooms?

Mushrooms are a “powerhouse of nutrition” and not a white food to be avoided, said one nutritionist.
Tags: News, Mushrooms, Antioxidants, Vitamins, Diet And Nutrition, Selenium (Element, Nutritional Value of Mushrooms

Antioxidants Don’t Ease Muscle Soreness After Exercise

Supplements like cherry and pomegranate juice, vitamins C and E, and black tea extract did little to alleviate post-exercise muscle aches.
Tags: News, Pain, Muscles, Antioxidants, Vitamins

Ask Well: Is It Better to Cook With Coconut Oil or Olive Oil?

Proponents of coconut oil point out that it is rich in phytochemicals with healthful properties. But so is olive oil.
Tags: News, Cholesterol, Olive Oil, Antioxidants, Diet And Nutrition, Coconuts, Cooking and Cookbooks, Oils and Fats, Cook With Coconut Oil

Antioxidants Will Not Stop You From Dying

When you hear something is chock-full of antioxidants, the mental conclusion is often: That’s it—that’s the elixir of life, I have to eat a lot of that. But why do we all assume that loading up on anti-oxidants will somehow be the key to infinite youth?Read more...
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Here’s Another Reason to Feel Good About Drinking Coffee

The news about coffee just keeps getting better. In a new analysis of one of the country’s largest and longest-running studies, drinking coffee was linked to a lower risk of heart failure, stroke and coronary heart disease. Every extra cup of coffee consumed per day reduced each of these conditions by 8%, 7% and 5%,…
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Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Does Eating Right Protect You From Air Pollution?

Research suggests that a Mediterranean-like diet may safeguard the body.
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Diet and age-related memory loss [excerpt]

Age-related memory loss is to be expected. But can it be mitigated? There are many different steps we can take to help maintain and even improve our memories as we age. One of these steps is to make a few simple dietary changes. The following shortened excerpt from The Seven Steps to Managing Your Memory lists dietary basics that can benefit memory. Omega- 3 fatty acids Omega- 3 fatty acids (often shortened to “omega- 3s”) are impor­tant for a number of functions in the body, including the pr...
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Bite-Sized Beauty Breakthrough: Sakara Life’s Skin-Enhancing Chocolates

Bite-Sized Beauty Breakthrough: Sakara Life’s Skin-Enhancing Chocolates Upgrading your skin care routine has never tasted better… Can eating chocolate change your complexion? You’d be hard-pressed to find a skin care fanatic who hasn’t heard the old school stigma of chocolate provoking acne, but a more mindful approach to the confection’s recipe is finally changing its reputation. “It’s not chocolate that’s “bad” for your skin — it’s the additives like dairy, trans fats and processed sugar,...
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How Ginger Fights Body Fat

Ginger, as a supplement or an ingredient in food and drink, may protect against obesity and chronic disease, according to a new research review. While experts can’t yet recommend a specific dosage for preventive purposes, they say that consuming more of the pungent spice is smart for several reasons. The new review, published in the…
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Microwaving Your Tea Boosts Its Antioxidants, But How Does It Taste?

It’s been a rough news week, and it’s only Wednesday. Fortunately, though, today’s raging controversy is about tea. Is it okay to microwave it? Is it better to microwave it? Australian research says yes, while tea aficionados worldwide recoil in horror.Read more...
Tags: Health, Tea, Food, Cooking, Drinks, Nutrition, Beverages, How To, Recipes, Green Tea, Antioxidants, life-hacks, Hot Tea, Brewing Tea

Try These 4 Tips To Keep Your Eyes Healthy So You Can Enjoy Tea And A Good Book, Always!

Tea and an awesome novel go together like bread and butter, macaroni and cheese, chocolate and anything … you get the picture! So why do we mention it? Well, March is Save Your Vision Month, and we want to make sure your eyes are feeling great so you can always enjoy the blissful break of relaxing into a cozy chair with a great read and a warm mug of your favorite tea! Read on for some great, easy-to-follow tips for keeping your eyes on the prize—a mug of tea and a book you can easily read! P...
Tags: Health, Tea, Uva, Green Tea, UVB, Bigelow, Antioxidants, Tea Health News, Bigelow Tea, Iced Tea, Save Your Vision Month

Why Olive Oil Is So Good for the Heart

All cholesterol is not equal. It comes in healthy and unhealthy forms, and doctors have long advised people to cut back on the bad cholesterol, LDL, found in red meats and fried foods. The good kind, HDL, pulls out the LDL that builds up on blood vessel walls and raises risk for a heart attack.…
Tags: News, Diet, Uncategorized, Heart Disease, Cholesterol, Heart Attack, Diet/Nutrition, Heart, Nuts, Olive Oil, HDL, Antioxidants, LDL

Top 10 Healthy Foods That Fight Stress

You're reading Top 10 Healthy Foods That Fight Stress, originally posted on Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement. If you're enjoying this, please visit our site for more inspirational articles. Nowadays, many people suffer from stress due to busy lifestyles. In fact, too much stress may cause a lot of side effects on the mood, behavior, and body. It may even result in short-term and long-term physical issues such as impaired learning ability, impaired memory, high blood pressure,...
Tags: Health, Featured, Diet, Stress, Depression, Lifehacks, Health And Fitness, Self Improvement, Omega, Home Remedies, Pickthebrain, NGA, Antioxidants, Green Tea Green

Orange is the New You

From boosting your immune system to protecting your skin, see why this citrus fruit is your new best friend … This winter, you will never find me without… an orange. For years, they’ve served as my secret to staying out of the doctor’s office. Not only do they feed my daydreams of warmer weather, but they are packed peel to pulp with antioxidants and vitamin C. Here are five reasons why you, too, should consider eating more oranges!! Protect your Skin. Hello antioxidants, beta carotene to be ...
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Another Reason To Be #TeaProudly…Learning The ABC’s Of Tea Leaves With Bigelow Tea

We all know that drinking tea soothes souls and invites conversations but hey, what exactly is in that mug and how does tea become the most perfect beverage in the world? Take a break, sit back and check out this awesome video where third generation president and CEO Cindi Bigelow (of Bigelow Tea of course) gives us the scoop on tea leaves and more. Here is a brief rundown that sums it all up: The three types of tea all come from the leaf bud and leaves of the Camellia Sinesis plant. You’ve ...
Tags: Tea, Abc, India, Sri Lanka, Caffeine, Green Tea, Bigelow, Antioxidants, Bigelow Tea, Selecting Ingredients, Cindi Bigelow, Cindi, Iced Tea, Oolong

Chocolate Saltine Toffee Bark Christmas Candy Recipe | Crispy, Melty, Chewy, Gooey, Rich Candy Holiday Goodness

This is one of my favorite chocolate saltine toffee bark candy recipes for Christmas that I got from a co-worker. Do you have a sweet tooth? I do, especially when it comes to Christmas and the Holidays!
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5 Reasons to Eat an Orange this Winter

From boosting your immune system to protecting your skin, oranges have you covered… Protect your Skin Hello antioxidants, Beta carotene to be exact. Oranges are packed with them, which help with the fight against aging skin! Prevent Viral Infections Polyphenols, compounds found in natural plant food and over 8,000 identified in oranges fight off viruses and serious infections. Boost Brain Function One orange alone provides approximately 10% of folate compound used to develop...
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What to do about your picky eaters around the holidays

I have deep sympathy for parents struggling with picky eaters, especially when it comes to food-centered gatherings. The coming holidays can be especially taxing, as parents worry that family and friends will be judging them for producing a non-eater, and on top of that, for how they’re dealing with the situation. [Author: Dr. Ayala]
Tags: Health, Thanksgiving, Parenting, Holidays, Obesity, Micronutrients, Vegetables, Fruits, Food And Drink, Ayala, Antioxidants, Fruits And Vegetables, Added Sugar, Dr. Ayala, Macronutrients

20 ways to boost your immune system

Whatever your age, fitness and training schedule we can all feel under attack during the winter months, with endless colds, the dreaded ‘24-hour bug’ or a dose of flu. One of the best ways to counter this onslaught is to keep your immune system fighting fit. The best foods to help you recover from a cycling injuryHow to make time to train How healthy is your immune system? Do you get more than three colds a year?Do you find it hard to get rid of infections?Do you suffer from joint pains and fatig...
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Wellness Encyclopedia: Neem Oil

Turns out the same oil you might be slathering on your plants to keep pests at bay is also worth slathering on your face, scalp, skin and hair to relieve dry skin… Fall really is the coziest time of year, but crackling woodstoves, blustery November days, and hissing radiators have their downsides, a big one being dry skin. As much as I love living in the Northeast, where we get to experience four distinct, mostly gorgeous seasons, I’m not as excited about constantly battling seasonal shifts ...
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Wellness Encyclopedia: Cacao

Consider this your secret weapon for fighting the seasonal shift… Fall is a finicky season. Just this past week, the temperature dipped to 40 and then shot back upwards, hovering just below what might be considered normal… for June. From my fellow commuters I heard grumbles of upset immune systems, ill-chosen sweaters and flaring allergies mingled with excitement over one last day to wear a favorite dress or pair of sandals. Flirtatious as always, summer seemed as though it was here to stay ...
Tags: Food, Shopping, Benefits, Recipe, Fiber, South America, Ingredients, Iron, Vegan, Cacao, Magnesium, Julie, Antioxidants, Energy Boost, Secret Weapon, Immune Systems

Wellness Encyclopedia: Pomegranate

Most known for their powerful levels of disease-fighting antioxidants, pomegranates contain a host of other vitamins and micronutrients… Walking into the market last week, I was greeted with a welcome, if slightly shocking sight: a pile of ruby-hued pomegranates stacked just so, front and center in the produce section. “Pomegranate season, already?” I thought to myself. Clearly I’ve been a little too busy for my own good, allowing my favorite season to slip by unnoticed, its fruits and f...
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Wellness Encyclopedia: Kabocha Squash

A nutritional, often bumpy powerhouse we should all be adding to our diets… It never ceases to amaze me how our bodies respond to the change of seasons. You think that sudden early-summer craving for fresh fruit and all things that go ‘crunch’ is a coincidence? Or the flash of desire for warming, hearty foods as soon as the temperature drops is simply a response to too much pumpkin spice marketing? While I’ll hand it to the powers that be that control the world of pumpkin spice, what’s r...
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