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Diet: Eating Fruit and Veggies Linked to Better Grades.

Using data collected from 47,203 Canadian adolescents as part of the 2012-2013 Youth Smoking Survey, researchers from the University of Waterloo conclude that only about 10% currently meet the Canadian government's national fruit and vegetable intake recommendations (7-8 servings per day). The researchers also found that those who did consume the recommended amounts of produce per day are...

 

Monday, February 15, 2016 Lynette Pritchard

SKINTRITION ORGANICS

skinTRITION, Nutrition for the BEAUTY condition!  Have you ever really thought about how incredible our skin is? Did you know that our SKIN is the largest organ of the human body? It accounts for nearly 15% of body weight, it’s waterproof, it adjusts itself to temperature, it sweats out impurities, and it absorbs everything we put on it! It is, frankly, the perfect package of...

 

Wednesday, January 20, 2016 Lynette Pritchard

Wellness/Prevention: Can Vitamin D Lower Heart Disease Risk?

Vitamin D supplements may improve exercise performance and lower the risk of heart disease. Researchers say that vitamin D can block the action of an enzyme called 11-ßHSD1, which assists in making the stress hormone cortisol. Elevated levels of this hormone can increase blood pressure by restricting the arteries, narrowing blood vessels, and encouraging the kidneys to retain water. Thus,...

 

Wednesday, December 30, 2015 Lynette Pritchard

Wellness/Prevention: Vitamin D May Prevent Macular Degeneration in Some Women

Women who are deficient in vitamin D may be up to 6.7 times more likely to develop age-related macular degeneration (AMD) than women without who have healthy vitamin D levels. AMD is the leading cause of legal blindness, and it affects more than ten million Americans. The study's lead author, Dr. Amy Millen writes, "Most people have heard that you should eat carrots to help your vision....

 

Monday, October 19, 2015 Lynette Pritchard

Saturated Fats May Increase Inflammation

High levels of saturated fat in the blood may cause a person to be more prone to inflammation and tissue damage. Investigators examined mice with unusually high levels of saturated fat in their blood to see if they were more prone to tissue damage than mice in a control group. The results led investigators to conclude that maintaining high levels of saturated fats by constantly snacking on cakes,...

 

Monday, October 5, 2015 Lynette Pritchard
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