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Broccoli May Help the Brain Repair

It has long been believed that regenerating the brain is not possible, but recent research suggests that foods like broccoli containing certain compounds may actually have the power to heal nerve tissues in the brain. Read more here. 

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Ibuprofen Bad For the Heart

Cardiac arrest is one of the leading causes of death in the United States. A recently released study says that Ibuprofen, and other similar drugs may be a significant contributing factor. In fact, research says that the prolonged use of this type of pain medication is associated with a 31% higher risk for cardiac arrest. Read…

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Nutritious Kale Salad

Kale is a one of the most popular super foods, and for a good reason. Not only is it packed full of nutrition, like vitamin A, K and C, it’s extremely versatile and can be eaten many different ways. Using kale in a salad is an excellent way to make sure that you are eating…

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The Best Superfoods

Eating a healthy, nutritious diet is a one of the best ways to be proactive about your health. While some people think that eating a healthy, nutrient dense diet is too expensive, eating healthy doesn’t have to break the bank. There are plenty of foods that you can buy that are packed full of nutrition and…

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Prebiotic Foods for Better Sleep

There have been ample reports that have shown us the the bacteria within our gut is very important to good health. Now, new research shows that prebiotic foods, the foods that feed the good intestinal flora are just as important. In fact, they may be the key to not only maintaining good health, but also for…

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Foods in Season Now

Eating food that’s in season is not only good for the environment it’s also cost effective and more flavorful.  Since there is an abundance of food available in any grocery store year round, it can be hard to tell what’s in season at specific times. Right now foods like bananas, cauliflower and kiwi are abundant and should…

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Get Better Sleep

There are many things that can cause you to get a poor nights sleep: stress, extreme temperatures, noise, medication and hormones to name a few. But you don’t have to accept that you will never get a restful sleep though. There are lots of things you can do to improve the quality of your sleep. Reducing caffeine…

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The Dangers of the War on Salt

We know that it’s important to have the proper sodium and potassium balance or you are at a higher risk for hypertension and heart disease. The western diet is hight in sodium, but low in potassium. Most Americans eat twice as much sodium as potassium, shifting the balance substantially.  Furthermore, many American’s consume “low sodium” foods that…

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HIIT: The Fountain of Youth

New research suggests that High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) may actually slow down cellular aging. In a recent study researchers found that HIIT helped to boost the energy generating capacity of cells by about 49 % compared to those who exercised at a moderate, continuos pace. Read more. 

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The Anti-Inflammation Diet

Inflammation is a major contributor to many scary health conditions and what you eat plays in a huge role in the inflammatory state of your body. Including foods like berries, broccoli and other nutritionally dense fruits and vegetables can help you to keep inflammation a bay. Sipping on green tea and making sure to drink lots of water…

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