A growing body of evidence suggests that antioxidants may have significant value in addressing infertility issues in both women and men, including erectile dysfunction (ED).Read More
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Organic crops and crop-based foods are up to 60% higher in a number of key antioxidants than conventionally-grown crops and contained less of the toxic metal cadmium.Read More
Researchers found that when compared to a placebo, a single dose of five grams of thylakoids increased appetite satisfaction.
By interacting with fats and retarding fat digestion, thylakoids membranes are believed to promote the release of satiety hormones and reduce the hunger-stimulating hormone ghrelin.
The study also suggests that thylakoids supplementation may influence food cravings by acting on the reward system of the brain.Read More
Vitamins offer significant benefits to a spectrum of brain-related functions and conditions, including reducing risk of depression, autism and stroke. And the medical community has long advocated vitamin supplementation—especially with B vitamins—for prenatal health.Read More
A.C. Grace Company IMPORTANT NEWS FOR YOU ‘Excess’ vitamin E intake is not a health concern: Linus Pauling expert Following is an important article about vitamin E that we though would be of valuable to you...Read More
Ample research indicates that food and nutritional supplements have beneficial impacts on heart disease.Read More
Supplementation of cultured cells with Î±-tocopherol, the most common form of vitamin E, promotes plasma membrane repair. Conversely, in the absence of Î±-tocopherol supplementation, exposure of cultured cells to an oxidant challenge strikingly inhibits repair. Comparative measurements reveal that, to promote repair, an anti-oxidant must associate with membranes, as Î±-tocopherol does, or be capable of Î±-tocopherol regeneration. Myocytes in intact muscle cannot repair membranes when exposed to an oxidant challenge, but show enhanced repair when supplemented with vitamin E.Read More
File this in the “What I didn’t even know I didn’t know” category. Can’t say I’ve bought any more canned tomatoes after this. The bright side is I’m gonna be paying closer attention to the veggie patch. What do you pay attention to when it comes to the food you eat? Consumer choice builds or destroys markets.Let’s have a healthy market for the food we eat.Read More
Eating on the natch makes an impact, especially where heart disease is concerned.Read More
Almonds pack a powerful nutritional punch. One ounce of almonds, about a handful, offers: Calcium (75mg), Protein (6g); Iron (1.0mg); Potassium (200 mg); Unsaturated Fat (12g). U.S. Dietary Guidelines recommend that the majority of your fat intake be unsaturated. One serving of almonds (28g) has 13g of unsaturated fat and only 1g of saturated fat.Read More