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Brain foods: 10 foods to fight depression, insomnia, boost libido and more

“Help your brain by eating healthy. We all have to eat so let’s do it the right way!” Says our nutritional psychiatrist . The food we eat literally defines us. So it’s not surprising that a doctor

7 Powerhouse Benefits of Avocado You Didn’t Know About

Avocados have a bad rap for being fatty, but the fats are healthy and the flesh is full of vitamins and minerals. See how else they benefit your body. Avocado lowers cholesterol Of all the drug-free ways

This Just In: Coconut Vinegar Is the New Apple Cider Vinegar

Don’t stock up until you read this first. By now you’re probably storing a bottle of apple cider vinegar in your pantry and your medicine cabinet so that you can use the natural cure-all as part of your diet

Is Sushi Healthy?

This is what dietitians really think about your favorite meal. What is sushi? The Japanese word “sushi” refers to seasoned rice, not fish, according to Malina Malkani, RDN, a media spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

5 Antisocial Foods You Should Keep Eating

You might want to dodge their after-effects, but these unfriendly, healthy foods are delicious. Here’s why you should keep eating them. The worse it smells, the better it is Garlic and raw onion The effects are immediate

7 Fruit Juices That Are Healthier Than You Thought

Not all juices are a nutritional no-no. In fact, we found several types of healthy juices that are packed with benefits. (Just don’t guzzle them down by the gallon.) Orange juice: May prevent inflammation Orange juice not

What Will Happen to Your Body If You Start Eating Oats Every Day

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. They say. So corny, right? However, nutritionists and doctors have regularly recommended oatmeal for breakfast in the morning. And you know, it’s working. For instance, it can help

40 Of The Healthiest Superfoods On Earth

In recent years, the internet seems to have been full of discussions about “superfoods”. It’s not just about fruits and vegetables, as you might think, but also foods full of vitamins, nutrients, or other additional physical benefits.