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Apples: apples offer you a lot of calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium and are an excellent source of cholesterol-lowering pectin. If you eat a lot of saturated fat – it can be the reason for apple cravings. Butter: Vegetarians crave butter often because of their low saturated fat intake. The craving for salted butter is because of the salt craving Cola: … Read More

Cholesterol can be managed with lifestyle modification and natural remedies

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The cholesterol myth Cardiovascular disease is not simply a high cholesterol disease but an inflammatory disease. 80% Cholesterol is manufactured in your body. 20% Cholesterol is from animal protein – that is now the food that you eat. Raised cholesterol levels are a sign of a lifestyle problem and that should be the first priority in reducing cholesterol levels. The … Read More

How much water do you need a day?

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 Water is an important structural component of skin cartilage, tissues and organs. For human beings, every part of the body is dependent on water. Our body comprises about 75% water: the brain has 85%, blood is 90%, muscles are 75%, kidney is 82% and bones are 22% water. The functions of our glands and organs will eventually deteriorate if they … Read More

Acid, Alkaline Food List

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Foods with Their, Relative Potential for Acidity or Alkalinity.    VEGETABLES AND LOW SUGAR FRUITS ACID ALKALINE Peas, ripe * Asparagus * Artichokes * Comfrey * Green cabbage, March harvest * Lettuce * Onion * Cauliflower * White radish (spring) * Rutabaga * White cabbage * Green cabbage, December harvest * Savoy cabbage * Lamb’s lettuce * Peas, fresh * … Read More

Optimum Nutrition: Achieving Peak Performance

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Introduction:  Basic Optimum Nutrition Today Basic optimum nutrition today entails a balanced diet from fresh foods and additional supplements. Recommended Daily Allowances (RDAs) and Recommended Nutrient Intakes (RNIs) give us the bare minimum of nutrients required to ward off deficiency diseases such as beri-beri, rickets, scurvy and night blindness. What they do not account for are the amounts needed to … Read More