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Food and Health

The relationship between food and health is intimate and fascinating, and a thorough understanding of this association is necessary to help restore, support, and maintain optimal health. Stay in touch with the latest research and advice on food and its impact on your health and that of your family with well-researched articles from Emaxhealth.

Free Gardening Program You Can Do With Your Children

Free child gardening program

Looking for a meaningful activity during COVID-19 social isolation to keep your children occupied and educated at the same time? Here’s a free gardening program you can do with your children that will teach them basic gardening science, put food on your table, and learn about how regenerative farming is their future for sustainable living and good health.

Now is the Time to Plant Your COVID-19 Victory Garden

Seedling Gardening in the Home

In light of how people overreact during times of crisis as evidenced recently by the state of the food shelves in our local groceries, food insecurity could become a very real threat to our health and well-being in the near future. Now is the time to take a history lesson from World War I and II citizen-patriots and plant your COVID-19 Victory Garden.

What Does the Coronavirus Have to Do with Light Bulbs and Rice?

Rice Feeds the World

Historically, the 2020 Coronavirus pandemic may go down in the history books as the year of the Great Toilet Paper Wars. However, I would propose that in a more serious sense, aside from the tragedy of deaths and the circus sideshow politics has become, the Coronavirus really affects us more along the connection between light bulbs and rice. Here’s how and why.

Low Cost Solutions for Filling Your Raised Bed Garden with Soil

How much dirt does it take to fill a raised garden bed?>

One of the truths of raised bed gardening is that the cost of filling your raised bed garden with soil can easily exceed the cost of buying or building the raised bed garden frame itself. Here are some low-cost solutions for filling your raised bed garden with soil, a few of which are nearly dirt cheap.

How to Start a Quick, Simple and Inexpensive Garden in Just One Day

Raise Bed Gardening

Spring is here and it’s time to get started on that garden. However, not everyone has the time and energy to start a garden, let alone how to begin growing one without investing a lot of cash at your local hardware gardening department. Here’s some advice by an Agriculture Extension Service vegetable specialist on how to start a quick and simple garden in just one day without investing a lot of cash.

Regenerative Husbandry: How Your No-Till Garden Can Change the World

No-Till Garden

Archaeological evidence of crops can be traced as far back as 23,000 years ago on the shore of the Sea of Galilee (1). Over the years since, the cultivation of crops has evolved through a series of missteps, that if unchanged, could lead to our extinction in the near future. Discover now, through regenerative husbandry how your no-till garden can change the world.

3 Things Avocados Do To Your Body

Avocados

The largest producer – and consumer of avocados in the world is Mexico, where the fruit (yes Avocado is a fruit!) originated over 10,000 years ago. According to AvacadosfromMexio.com Mexico remains the world’s largest exporter of Avocados to America, where 275,000 acres will yield 1.95 billion fruits 365 days to the second largest consumer of avocados on the planet.

Apple Cider Vinegar: 1 or 2 tablespoons a day and lose weight?

Apple Cider Vinegar

Fermented foods and beverages were among the first processed foods consumed by humans. Improved shelf life, safety and properties of fermented foods added to their value. Investigators have found strong associations between the consumption of fermented foods and diseases. In humans, further understanding is needed for the potential benefit of apple cider vinegar and weight loss.

Fructose Connection with Kidney Function

Kidney doctor

With a rise in kidney illnesses, it is more important than ever to look for the underlying causes to slow its occurrence. One of the easiest ways we can influence our kidney function is to be mindful of how much sugary drinks like soda (soft drinks) we consume on a daily basis. This can decrease our propensity for obesity, diabetes, and other metabolic disorders that can place undue stress on our kidneys.

Connection between Vitamin D deficiency and neurological conditions

Vitamin D

Dementia is a syndrome usually progressive and chronic in nature. Global incidences of dementia is increasing at a rate of one new case every three seconds with associated medical social and health care costs far exceeding the capacity of most countries. Because of the degenerative nature of the disease sufferers lose their ability to perform routine tasks, experience poor quality of life and loss of autonomy. The role of vitamin D in the etiology of cognitive impairment and dementia is plausible and has been supported substantial mechanistic and epidemiological data. As people age, they tend to spend less and less time outdoors in the sun. It is of great importance as vitamin D deficiency is a worldwide pandemic and is seen most commonly in older adults residing in northerly latitudes, particularly during winter months. Further research needs to be done to see if increasing vitamin D level will improve cognitive health (Aspell, Lawlor, O'Sullivan, 2018).

Artificial Sweeteners: Helpful or Harmful

icing sugar with artificial sweeteners

Artificial sweeteners were first introduced as a tactic to combat the shortage of sugar. Lately, it has been utilized as a way to help deal with obesity but research has been found that they actually may be making the issue worse. With all the issues noted in studies of the side effects of non-caloric artificial sweeteners, it may be better for a person to stick to a more natural diet (Brown, 2018). Artificial sweeteners are low cost and having a sweetness greater than that of normal table sugar they are commonly used in the baking industry. In spite of their beneficial effects, these sweeteners have documented health issues. In some cases, long-term exposure can lead to enforcer. A careful review of the literature by consumers and health professionals is necessary in an effort to make well-informed decisions about their health (Nisa et al, 2016).

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