Need Help Understanding Health And Nutrition?
Understanding the complex and often confusing issues surrounding health and nutrition can be a daunting task for today's consumers, which is just one reason why Philadelphia-based Pediatrician Ayala Laufer-Cahana has launched a web-log offering advice that is sure to help anyone who eats. The advice and insights are offered at Herbal Water's new web-log at www.herbalwater.com, and will be updated every Monday.
In discussing her new web-log Ayala said, "I really want to help people better understand all the issues surrounding nutrition and health. Each week I will look at a different issue and offer recipes that are not only delicious but healthy too."
The web-log is particularly valuable to anyone interested in today's issues surrounding nutrition and health because each entry cites leading authorities and today's most respected studies. Even better, information that typically is complicated and hard to understand is instead presented in a readable way by Ayala, who, as a physician, is trained to give expert advice.
Ayala is also the creator of Ayala's Herbal Water, a delicious new beverage that is all natural, has zero calories, zero artificial additives and zero preservatives. The water is unique because it features flavors derived from herbs which also bring all the health benefits associated with antioxidants. The new beverage is creating a sensation across the country and has received a string of rave reviews. Ayala's was recently named "Editor's Pick" in Natural Health Magazine, received the "Trailblazer's Award" in Grocery Headquarters magazine and named "Natural Product Pick" in Vital Juice Daily.
In her most recent entry, Ayala looks at a recent study that says Americans get twice as many calories from beverages as they did in the 1960s. Ayala then looks at a variety of other beverage options for consumers, evaluating how they compare in terms of calories and health benefits.
Some of the other issues recently discussed by Ayala include:
-- A look at the USDA list of antioxidant capacities of foods - Ayala discusses this important study which found that herbs, spices and chocolate top the USDA list of antioxidant capacities in foods.