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4 Rhubarb Health Benefits

4 Rhubarb Health Benefits

Studies show that the numerous rhubarb health benefits include preventing inflammation, helping digestive issues, treating chronic kidney failure, and fighting cancer.

High Calcium Foods for Non-Dairy Consumers

If you don’t like the taste of milk or your digestive system can’t tolerate it or other dairy products, you might be worried about getting enough calcium from your diet. You need calcium to build strong bones and prevent osteoporosis, as well as for muscle and blood-vessel functioning, nerve transmission,

9. Coping with Chronic Health Conditions

If you are living with a chronic health condition, you may feel some of the information on diet and exercise presented in this book is not for you. The fact is, eating well and moving your body is good for nearly every condition, appropriately adapted, of course. This chapter will

4. Fluids

Your body is mostly water. Water is essential to life: It transports nutrients, lubricates your joints, keeps body tissues moist, helps digest food, enables the kidneys to remove waste products from the body in urine, and maintains normal blood pressure and circulation. During exercise, water helps keep your body temperature

4. Fiber-Rich Grains

Whole grains provide unrefined carbohydrates (carbs), a primary source of energy in a balanced diet plan. Carbs have been the target of much criticism, and low-carb diets have gained many followers. It’s true that diets high in refined carbs have been linked with higher risks of many diseases, but the opposite

Pseudograins to the Rescue

Not all grains are created equal—namely some “grains” aren’t grains at all. You may have heard the term “pseudograins,” but what are they, exactly? Whereas most grains are seeds of the Poacea botanical family of grasses—also known as cereals—pseudo (false) grains are the seeds of unrelated plant families. These are

6. Hydration

The importance of staying hydrated cannot be understated. Water transports nutrients, lubricates joints, and body tissues, facilitates digestion, enables the kidneys to remove waste products from the body in urine, and maintains blood pressure and circulation. During exercise, water helps maintain normal body temperature through sweating, and prevents the body

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