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Archive for August, 2012


We’ve all heard of them and as a result eat more yogurt, and we call them by different names (bifidobacterium, lactobacilli, acidophilus) however what are some of the real benefits of consuming these tiny microorganisms? Beneficial Bacteria have a number of fabulous actions on our bodies that many may be unaware of. These include: boosting the immune system, helping us resist infection colon cancer prevention alleviating diarrhea reducing cholesterol and triglycerides breaking down hormones including estrogen stimulate metabolic rate thus aiding in weight loss assisting in the absorption of food and the minerals calcium, magnesium, iron, zinc and copper

Ten Friendly Foods

Dark Leafy Greens: With a ton of folate, calcium, and bone-building goodness, greens work against cognitive and vision-related aging. Whole Grains: Because of their unprocessed nature, they guard against high blood sugar and diabetes, and lower the chances of cardiovascular disease and cancer due to the fiber, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants found in them. Berries: Rich in antioxidants, blueberries, blackberries, and cranberries are known for their cancer-fighting qualities, and for their role in increasing the quality of brain function, muscle tone, and balance. Olive Oil: A great source of antioxidants, plus it is an anti-inflammatory monosaturated fat. Diets that include olive oil have been shown to slow cognitive decline and may decrease the rates of cardiovascular disease and cancer. Tomatoes:…

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