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Food and Health

Atherosclerosis risk linked to the Herpes virus. So, what can you do to keep your heart in shape?

Mar 18 2017 - 3:53am
Heart disease linked to re-activation of herpes virus. What can you do to keep your heart in shape?

In a meta - analysis of 17 studies, it was found that patients which carry Herpes virus type 1 and type 2 are at high risk of developing Atherosclesosis, which is a disease of the heart arteries characterized by the deposition of fatty material on their inner walls.

Avoid using antibiotics with these 3 foods that can prevent and manage antibiotic -acquired childhood asthma

Mar 15 2017 - 10:58pm
fruits and vegetables boost immunity, avoid antibiotic usage and help prevent and manage asthma!

The best way to avoid using antibiotics too often, is to have a strong immunity. But, many of us do not have the knowledge on what we should consume food wise or give our children in order to keep strong. So, more often than not, we end up resorting to antibiotics to fight infections and inflammations. However, there has been extensive research pointing to the fact that exposure to at least one course of antibiotics in the first year of life, increases the chances of childhood asthma, which may persist through out adult life.

5 natural ways, scientifically proven, to counter toxoplasmosis infection

Mar 8 2017 - 8:37pm
Toxoplasma gondii Life Cycle can be countered naturally, according to new research

Toxoplasmosis infection has been linked with many neurological disorders and is the leading cause of death attributed to foodborne illness in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control. A recent study on the global burden of latent toxoplasmosis infection, found that this parasitical disease is becoming a global health hazard, as it infects 30–50% of the world human population.

12 weeks in a vegetarian diet improves bowel habits, reduces stress and increases nutritional status

Feb 20 2017 - 3:07am
vegetarian is best reveals new research

We have all heard that you are what you eat, and that a balanced diet with less fat, less processed food and more vegetables, is best. But now, there is real basis to affirm that a vegetarian diet is indeed better for a person’s overall health.

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