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    Healthy Life

    Food for Arthritis

    Food for Arthritis

    Arthritis affects millions of people. Painful and swollen joints are the result of an inflammatory state in the body. You may be surprised to learn that the food you eat may induce inflammation.[1] Diet, therefore, plays a significant role in the regulation of chronic inflammation. For someone suffering from Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA), a dietary change could help eliminate pain.[2] Evidence suggests foods may trigger an inflammatory response in the body...

    Celery and its Antioxidant Activity

    Celery and its Antioxidant Activity

    There is more to celery than its being a crunchy, low-calorie vegetable. Recent research throws light on celery's antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits, which are attributed to its non-starch polysaccharides.[1] Apart from its anti-inflammatory effects, celery is rich in antioxidants, flavonoids,[2] and phenolic compounds. Its antioxidant benefits have been researched many times to explore its therapeutic role in lowering cholesterol, fighting off free radicals, and controlling blood pressure and blood glucose....

    The Protein Myth

    The Protein Myth

    Protein is the building block of your body. It is essential for the building and repair of tissues. But too much protein intake is not good.[1] The average American diet is comprised primarily of animal food, which is an overload of fat and protein. Thanks to the traditional Western diet, an individual consumes double the amount of protein and saturated fat. Your body needs only 0.8 grams of...

    Food and Mood: Eating Habit Influences The State of Mind

    Food and Mood: Eating Habit Influences The State of Mind

    Do you often remain frustrated, anxious, and depressed? Your diet could be the reason. While food and mood maybe just a letter apart, they enjoy a delicate relationship. According to a 2016 study, a diet rich in fruits and vegetables is capable of providing an increase in life satisfaction, which is almost an equivalent of the happiness a jobless person experiences upon finding a job.[1] Linking good food and mood,...

    The Risk of Egg on Health

    The Risk of Egg on Health

    Eating an egg a day could be your ticket to health issues. Regular egg consumption is linked to a number of diseases, giving you plenty of reasons to eliminate it from your meals and take to a plant-based diet.[1] The risk of egg on health goes beyond cardiovascular problems. Recent research links egg consumption to heart disease, diabetes, and cancer. A Northwestern University study[2] reveals that regular egg consumption could...