Health and Wellness : 7 Surprising Affordable Superfoods for Everyone

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    7 Surprising Affordable Superfoods for Everyone

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    When most people read about the benefits of antioxidants, it is usually in relation to fighting off cancer. While this is incredibly important, however, it is not the only thing that these amazing compounds can do for the body. They also can help aid in the natural treatment of a number of other conditions include cardiac, digestive and respiratory conditions. Below are seven foods that are amazingly rich in antioxidants while at the same time be very affordable.

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    8 Nutrition Myths Everyone Doesn’t Know

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    So how can you separate the myths from the facts about dieting? A little research is generally a good place to start. Begin by going online or reading up on the subject yourself. A first hand understanding is always an asset, when your goal is to create a diet that will meet your personal needs. To make the entire dieting process easier, use the following list of 8 top nutrition myths to get you started off right.

    Read each one of these nutritional myths, so that you can eat smarter and diet successfully.

    Nutrition Myth 1: Eggs Put You At Risk For Heart Problems

    You’ve probably heard this myth many times, but eggs aren’t necessarily bad for your heart. Eggs actually contain higher levels of dietary cholesterol, not blood level cholesterol that is associated with heart attacks and atherosclerosis. Eggs also have several health benefits. Egg yolks have recently been found to promote eye health, but also are rich in proteins and vitamin B-complex choline. The latter promotes improved neurological functions. By eating one egg daily, you can reap all the aforementioned benefits and still intake a minimal amount of cholesterol.


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    9 Great Foods For Weight Loss


    Forget counting calories or fat grams, or filling your pantry with “diet” foods or drinks. If you want to control your weight, try eating these.

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    Say no to potato chips and other fattening snacks, and yes to popcorn. Air-popped popcorn only has 30 calories per cup, and with a whopping 5 grams of fiber per 4-cup portion, it keeps you feeling full. Just steer clear of butter and oil, which will negate the health perks. Rumsey suggests these seasoning ideas: Dust with chili powder and a dash of sea salt. Lightly mist with olive oil and sprinkle with a tablespoon of grated parmesan cheese and black pepper. Or toss with rosemary, thyme, and sage.


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