Heart Disease Risk Reduced With One Cup of Leafy Green Veggies a Day

Research has shown that individuals can reduce the risk of heart disease significantly by eating only 1 cup of vegetables rich in nitrates every day. The research looked at if individuals who regularly consumed higher amounts of nitrate-rich veggies like beetroot and leafy greens, had …

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Physical Activity Just Twice a Week Helps to Prevent Type 2 Diabetes

A study shows that the metabolite profile of the body is significantly changed with regular physical activity, and a lot of these changes are linked to a reduction in type 2 diabetes risk. The study consisted of over 7,000 male participants who were monitored for …

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Can a Mediterranean Diet Actually Help Protect Against Memory Loss?

According to a study, a Mediterranean diet consisting mainly of olive oil, vegetables and fish could help protect against brain shrinkage and protein build-up and which can result in Alzheimer’s disease. Researchers investigated abnormal proteins known as tau and amyloid. Tau is a protein that …

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4 Hours of Exercise Every Week Could Help Delay Progression of Parkinson’s

The results of a study suggest that individuals who have early-stage Parkinson’s disease that got 1 to 2 hours of moderate exercise regularly twice every week, such as gardening or walking, could have less difficulty in walking, balancing, and performing day to day activities later …

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Anxiety and Mood Changes Might Indicate Arrival of a Migraine Attack

Anxiety, fatigue, yawning, mood changes, overall sense of an impending ‘disorder’ for hours or a day could indicate the arrival of a full blown migraine attack. Up to a third of migraine sufferers with aura have forewarning symptoms even the day before a migraine attack …

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CBD and Brain Fog: What’s the Relationship?

Are you ever sitting in front of your computer and it feels like a giant cloud is masking your brain? You can’t seem to focus on any one thing. You keep losing your train of thought. Even something as simple as writing an email feels …

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Cigarette Smokers Have Double the Risk of Heart Failure

Researchers have found that tobacco cigarette smokers developed heart failure at double the rate of individuals who never smoked. This higher rate took place in 2 major heart failure subtypes and confirms that smoking cigarettes poses a significant risk factor for both subtypes. Data from …

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Proven Health Benefits of the Balancing Stick Tuladandasana Yoga Pose

The balancing stick pose will give the circulatory system a good workout. It will tone and firm the hips, buttocks, legs and shoulders. The balancing stick pose improves balance, concentration and mental focus. It will also improve body posture will improve as well, as the …

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Steroids Are Not an Effective Treatment for COVID-19 Smell Loss

According to researchers, steroids shouldn’t be used for treating smell loss due to Covid-19. The loss of smell is a well known Covid-19 symptom, and many individuals are left with long-term smell loss from the pandemic. Researchers have found that corticosteroids, a type of drug …

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Nutrients in Potatoes Can Help Reduce Risk of High Blood Pressure

Researchers examined how an increase in dietary potassium from boiled or baked potatoes or oven baked French fries or potassium supplements impacted blood pressure as well as other risk factors for cardiovascular disease in comparison to a ‘typical American’ lower potassium intake control diet in …

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