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Foods High in Magnesium, the “Miracle Mineral”

Foods High in Magnesium, the “Miracle Mineral”

Could magnesium be the mineral of the millennia? Magnesium is one of the most important—but, arguably, most neglected—minerals. Make sure your diet includes foods high in magnesium: It plays a key role in nearly every bodily process. In fact, your body wouldn’t be able to function without it.

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4. Fueling Activity

A healthful dietary pattern will give you the energy you need to optimally fuel activity, and the nutrients you need to get the maximum benefit from your exercise. If you don’t regularly fuel your body with nutritious foods, you’ll be at greater risk of fatigue, injury, and illness. Nutrients, such

3. Fueling Activity

Nutrition Gives You an Edge
Healthy eating habits can help keep you energized and ready to be active. What, when, and how much you eat can greatly affect your ability to perform different physical activities, not to mention your ability to maintain good health. The composition of your meals and snacks,

Improve Three Key Health Numbers with Diet

Many decisions you make are influenced by numbers, such as your credit score, percentage rates, the prices of goods and services, and even the temperature and time of day. Your health is no different: Key numbers that provide information about your health and can influence choices you make include blood

Eating for Better Bone Health

Women are three times more likely than men to have osteoporosis—weak, fragile bones that contribute to a higher risk of fractures. Women need to make sure their diets contain enough bone-building foods, since diet is the primary source of the building materials for bones. And, it’s also important to make

Feeling Frazzled? Certain Foods Can Help Reduce Anxiety

When you’re feeling stressed out, tense and anxious, consider your eating habits. Research suggests that the nutritional components of an individual’s diet can affect brain chemistry in ways that influence mood. Increasing your consumption of foods that promote feelings of calm and relaxation may be all you need to regain

Beyond Pancakes: Buckwheat Boasts Nutrient Arsenal

The Folklore: Buckwheat is believed to have originated in China more than 1,000 years ago. For nearly as long, the Japanese have eaten it in soba noodles, while the people of Russia, Eastern Europe and the Middle East have enjoyed it as a staple. Dutch colonists introduced buckwheat to North

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