Tag: oatmeal

Optimal Vinegar Dose

“Optimal Vinegar Dose” Consuming vinegar with a meal reduces the spike in blood sugar, insulin, and triglycerides. And it appears to work particularly well in those who are insulin resistant, on their way to type 2 diabetes. No wonder the consumption of vinegar with meals was used as a folk medicine for the treatment of…

By Ewald Bahringer October 6, 2019 76

What Women Should Eat to Live Longer

“What Women Should Eat to Live Longer” The Harvard Nurses’ Health Study, involving more than 100,000 women, was started in 1976. And so, as you can imagine, is now the most definitive long-term study ever on older women’s health. Since the study started, thousands of participants died. And now, thanks to all that hard work,…

By Ewald Bahringer September 16, 2019 24

Chocolate and Stroke Risk

“Chocolate and Stroke Risk” The problem with publishing research on chocolate is that the press jumps on it, oversimplifying and sensationalizing the message. Then the money starts rolling in from candy companies, muddying the message, but lost in all that is an important idea that the flavanol phytonutrients in cocoa do appear to be beneficial.…

By Ewald Bahringer September 15, 2019 72

Antioxidants in a pinch

“Antioxidants in a Pinch” Dried Indian gooseberries may be the healthiest snack on the planet. Two hundred times the antioxidant content of blueberries. So, most antioxidants per serving; but ounce for ounce, dried herbs and spices pack, on average, the greatest antioxidant punch. For example, herbs and spices may max out at ten times the…

By Ewald Bahringer September 8, 2019 37

21 Healthier Food Choices

eating healthy is one of the most common struggles that people have it can be difficult to always make sure you are making the right choices and to combat cravings education about food and nutrition is the biggest combatant in the fight for healthy eating today we’re going to do just that educate you about…

By Ewald Bahringer September 6, 2019 10