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Health Foods (a.k.a. whole foods, natural foods)

There is an increasing tendency to associate the word “diet” with special food combinations that help you lose weight, but this is not the true meaning of the word: simply put, your diet is what supplies the body with the vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, amino acids, and fiber it needs to sustain life—your life.

Without adequate amounts of healthy nutrients, it is a proven fact that you will become more vulnerable to infection and illness. Eyesight, memory, mood, energy level, lifespan—everything that defines your life experience is directly affected by what you eat. With so many food choices available, it’s important to know which foods are the best sources of nutrients, and how these nutrients function in the body.

This section will provide you with articles and information concerning health foods and their benefits, as well as any other issues related to food production, such as organic farming and genetic modification of produce.

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    Health foods - articles

  • Dietary Fiber: Benefits of Adding Fiber to the Diet

  • Raw Foods for Better Health

  • Juicing: Drink Your Way To Better Health

  • People Who Follow The Mediterranean Diet Live Longer

  • Whole foods are usually superior to processed foods

  • The Basics on Veganism

  • Eating antioxidants through an Antioxidant rich Diet

  • The Glycemic Index System for Ranking Carbohydrates

  • Bioflavonoids - Their Benefits and How to Include them in your Diet

  • What is High Cholesterol?

  • Protein and Amino Acids - The Building Blocks

  • Can eating crispy food cause cancer in women?

    Selected Health Food Blog Posts

    Fast-food can cause liver damage

    Common Sense Tips for Eating

    Ginger: A Natural Healer?

    Blueberries, Blackberries, and Granny Smith Apples

    The Antioxidant Properties of Chocolate

    Whole Foods, Blenders, and Smoothies

    Eating Meat Comes with a Higher Risk for Developing Cancer

    Are there health benefits to Drinking - Is it healthy?

    How bad is Chinese restaurant food for you?

    Vegan Blogs, Vegan Websites, and, oh yes, Ferrets too

    Omega-3 Fatty Acids - its not hype

    Eat Grapefruit for Healthy Gums

    Organic food really is healthier

    Fish Oil is a healthy source of good fat

    The Juice from Sea-buckthorn Berries

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