Juicing is a great way to improve your overall health, especially if you’re looking for a quick and convenient way to boost your nutrient intake. But if you’re new to juicing, it can be rather difficult to choose which vegetables to use when making a green juice. Below are eight of the most nutritious vegetables that you can use … Continue reading Top 8 tasty and nutritious vegetables for juicing
Since at least the 1970s, zinc has been recognized as an essential nutrient for the body. More than 300 enzymes throughout the body require it for normal function, and the scientific consensus is that zinc supports immunity. Now, a new study has confirmed that zinc also helps regrow immune cells, making it something of an immune booster. … Continue reading Zinc boosts immunity and helps regrow immune cells, study finds
Following a nutritious diet is important for your overall well-being. And according to a study published in the journal Nature, what you eat may even influence your personality. The results of the study conducted by researchers from Texas A&M University showed that your diet could be linked to different personality traits. Gut health and personality traits The study findings showed … Continue reading Study suggests your gut microbiome shapes your personality
Scientists from the University of Port Harcourt in Nigeria found that editan (Lasianthera africana), a shrub native to central Africa, may protect the liver from antibiotic-induced damage. In their report, which appeared in the Journal of Integrative Medicine, the team examined whether editan leaves can protect the liver from oxidative damage in vivo. Editan is a staple in … Continue reading Can this popular vegetable in Nigerian cuisine protect the liver from oxidative damage?
Scientists long believed that brain regeneration was not possible, but there’s growing evidence that a compound in broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables may be able to carry out this remarkable feat. In the 1960s, scientists first started to report evidence of brain regeneration in the hippocampus of adult guinea pigs and rats and the cortex … Continue reading Compound in broccoli may help repair brain damage
One great superfood families should not run out of is honey. Not only is it a delicious and nutritious food that can be used in many healthy recipes, but honey also comes with some wonderful health benefits. Consuming honey is beneficial to your health as it can do the following: (h/t to MindBodyGreen.com) Support gut health Honey does amazing … Continue reading 4 Reasons to switch to honey, a natural sweetener with amazing benefits
A new study from Spain has once again confirmed that providing supplemental vitamin D3 to hospitalized patients with Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) reduced deaths by 64 percent. According to the study’s results, providing hospitalized COVID-19 patients with supplemental calcifediol, or vitamin D3, reduced intensive care unit admissions by 82 percent and overall mortality by 64 percent. The study … Continue reading Study confirms that vitamin D significantly reduces risk of dying from COVID-19
It turns out that, contrary to popular belief, damaged brain tissue can be regenerated naturally, possibly even after getting ravaged to death by Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccine” spike proteins. A key compound in broccoli, new research has found, has the potential to directly stimulate the repair and renewal of damaged nerve tissue in the brain, which is great … Continue reading Could a molecule found in broccoli help the brain REPAIR spike protein damage?
Natural sweetener xylitol, a lower-calorie alternative to sugar, may have strong antiviral and antibacterial properties. Research suggests that xylitol may have both antibacterial and antiviral properties, an unusual combination found in a natural ingredient. Xylitol could help people cut down their use of dangerous and expensive prescription medications against diseases like the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19). Xylitol is commonly … Continue reading DISCOVERY: Natural sweetener xylitol can fight bacteria and viruses, including the COVID-19 virus
Quercetin is a flavonoid, a naturally occurring pigment found in many plants and foods like onions, green tea, apples, red leaf lettuce and berries. It has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects that help reduce swelling, regulate blood sugar and lower the risk of heart disease. Modern Discontent, an independent publisher of scientific papers on the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), posted a review of … Continue reading Quercetin: A flavonoid that fights COVID like hydroxychloroquine