Tag: cruciferous vegetables

Kale Benefits: 7 Reasons to Eat This Superfood

Kale Benefits: 7 Reasons to Eat This Superfood

No wonder it’s been dubbed by health and nutrition experts as a “superfood” over the last few years:  Kale benefits your entire body, from your bones to your heart to your digestive system. Kale is also versatile, easy to prepare, and delicious, so if it hasn’t found a permanent place

9 Powerful Antioxidant Supplements

9 Powerful Antioxidant Supplements

“Antioxidant” is a word that gets thrown around so frequently that it can sound meaningless when you hear it: “Yeah, yeah, another antioxidant (yawn).” But antioxidants are not boring! On the contrary, antioxidants are nature’s strongest defense system. They protect your cells from dangerous free radical damage, which can play

Include These Cancer-Fighting Foods in Your Daily Diet

A healthy diet is more than just a way to control weight and keep gut health in check; it’s also associated with lower risks for certain cancers. One of the core elements among the healthiest dietary plans is the importance of eating a rich variety of plant-based foods. The following

Newsbriefs: Alcohol Consumption; Cruciferous Vegetables; Colon Cancer

Alcohol Consumption Guidelines Revisited.
It’s possible that current U.S. guidelines on recommended upper limits of alcohol consumption may not be low enough, according to a recent study published in the Lancet and the New England Journal of Medicine. Current U.S. guidelines recommend upper limits of 196 grams per week for men

The Benefits of Cruciferous Vegetables

Ask a child to draw a vegetable and odds are you’ll get a picture of broccoli. That’s a nutritious choice; it provides fiber, vitamins A, C, E, and K, folate, potassium, and even some calcium and protein, and is low in calories. Broccoli also is a good source of phytochemicals

Ask the Doctor: Foods That Prevent Cancer; Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Q: Are there any foods that have been proven to prevent cancer?

A: There is no “superfood” that will prevent cancer on its own, but there are many foods that have cancer-fighting properties.

Cancer-fighting foods include cruciferous vegetables and berries. These foods are rich in antioxidants, substances that prohibit oxidation at the

How Many Servings of Fruits and Vegetables Do You Really Need?

How Many Servings of Fruits and Vegetables Do You Really Need?

It’s a commonly asked question: How many servings of fruits and vegetables do we actually need to eat every day to live a healthier, longer life? Forget the traditional answer of around five servings a day. More recent research findings tell us we need at least seven portions of fruits

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