Tag: anthocyanins

How to Prevent Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease

“How to Prevent Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease” In the documentary, Supersize Me, Morgan Spurlock eats exclusively at McDonald’s for a month, and predictably his weight, blood pressure, and cholesterol go up, but so do his liver enzymes, a sign his liver cells are dying and spilling their contents into the bloodstream. His one-man experiment was…

By Ewald Bahringer September 14, 2019 78

Dietary Treatment of Glaucoma

[Music] once we preserve the pigment and our retinal pigment epithelial cells we need to keep them alive which may be where anthocyanin phytonutrients come in and the science from the Greek anthos meaning flower and cayenne knows meaning blue blue flower are natural plant pigments that make pansies look purple and turns green cabbage…

By Ewald Bahringer August 31, 2019 22

Vinegar and Artery Function

“Vinegar and Artery Function” There was a famous study from Harvard published back in ’99 that found that women who used oil-and-vinegar salad dressing about every day went on to have fewer than half the fatal heart attacks compared to women who hardly ever used it. Less than half the risk of the #1 killer…

By Ewald Bahringer August 21, 2019 70

Cooked Beans or Sprouted Beans?

“Cooked Beans or Sprouted Beans?” Beans, chickpeas, split peas, and lentils are packed with nutrients, and play a role in the prevention of chronic disease, but most can’t be eaten raw. Boiling is the most common cooking method, which is what’s used to make canned beans, but sprouting is becoming more popular. Which is healthier?…

By Ewald Bahringer August 18, 2019 81