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Sensitivity to gluten is on the rise, as is the demand for gluten-free foods; especially grains. Although there are many new, processed foods that are being marketed as gluten-free, a considerable number of people are taking a step back and looking to foods that humans have been relying on for ages – enter millet. [1] This tiny, gluten-free grain has been a staple in Asia and India for nearly 10,000 years. It's available in a variety of sizes and colors (white, yellow, gray, red). It may be roasted, cooked like […]

If you're a heavy coffee drinker, consider trading it for tea instead. Tea can provide a huge array of health benefits and, if it's the caffeine you must have, may be a more "mild" substitute. (more…)

Nuts are an amazing, convenient source of essential fatty acids and proteins. They also hold an equally enjoyable handful of benefits for people with abdominal obesity, high blood pressure, and high blood sugar. The Research Findings presented by medical researchers with the University of Toronto Department of Nutritional Sciences, and St. Michael’s Hospital, suggest that if eaten daily, a small amount of tree nuts could ward-off certain serious health conditions, including type 2 diabetes [1]. By investigating the effects of a relatively nut-rich diet in patients who have type 2 […]

Your heart is the most important muscle in your body. If it's weak, you're weak. There are a few things you can do to provide your heart with what it needs to be at its best. The first is to get plenty of exercise. Your heart is a muscle, it needs to be worked. Second, avoid toxins that damage your cardiovascular system — don't smoke, avoid high-fat foods, and eliminate refined sugar. Here are ten foods you can add to your diet to increase your intake of vitamins, minerals, nutrients, […]