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  • What to eat for your perfect avocado diet

    Asparagus is an extremely healthy plant and is very high in nutrients.However, when you are looking for a healthy way to make a smoothie or smoothie topping, there is a great selection of different fruit and veg options.This is because the quality and texture of the ingredients can vary depending on the brand, but they […]

  • How to get your protein fix with ancient fruit and vegetable nutrition

    The Basics of Fruit and Vegetable Nutrition, an eBook, is an excellent resource for anyone looking to boost their nutrition without resorting to expensive supplements or fancy juicing.You can also learn how to prepare, package and store the food you eat, as well as learn how you can find the right kind of fruit for […]

  • Which foods are safe to eat?

    Nutrition experts say there’s still a lot of room for improvement in the nutritional advice that consumers receive.And that could lead to a lack of nutrition in the future.The latest edition of the World Health Organization’s Nutrition Atlas, which was released last week, is one of the most widely used and widely cited datasets of […]

  • ‘Almond butter’ has health benefits for adults

    Eating healthy fats may help reduce your risk of heart disease, stroke, and certain cancers, according to a new study published in the journal Nutrition.The results support a previous finding from a Danish study that found almond butter has a protective effect against heart disease.“It’s a really exciting study,” said Dr. Andrew LeBlanc, an epidemiologist […]

  • No. 1 seed vs. No. 3 seed: Who will play the best in first round?

    The NCAA Tournament is just weeks away, and it’s a tournament that many people would like to see played the way it was in the past.That being said, this year’s tournament is not one of those tournaments.The Big 12 will play seven games on Friday, and the Big 12 is expected to play six games […]

  • Why is potatoes high in cholesterol?

    A new study finds that potatoes are high in a compound called polyphenol, which can be linked to the development of cardiovascular disease and diabetes.A large study published in the journal Nature found that people who ate potatoes were 20 percent more likely to develop cardiovascular disease than those who ate other vegetables.Researchers found that […]

  • The science behind the best olive oil recipes

    Olive oil is rich in antioxidants, and its antioxidants are what make it one of the healthiest and most flavorful oils on the market.Here are 10 tips to making your favorite olive oil healthy and tasty.1.Keep the Olive Oil Warm: The first thing you need to do when cooking olive oil is to keep it […]

  • Starbucks to stop selling Oreo biscuits as of Feb. 2

    Starbucks is cutting Oreo products from its shelves as of February 2, the company said in a statement.The announcement comes after a year-long investigation by The New York Times.Oreo is a chocolate bar with vanilla and chocolate chips that comes in a small, soft wrapper.The cookies, which are also sold in packs of 20, cost […]

  • How to get the most out of your cucumber (and how to save money)

    The first thing you need to know about cucumber is that it is a plant that is native to tropical Asia and South America.It is an easy vegetable to grow, and one that can be grown in a number of different ways.Cucumbers can be sold in a wide range of different varieties, but the one […]