HEALTHY FOOD


Blueberries and dark chocolate help you stay looking young

Eating blueberries and dark chocolate can help you stay looking young and wrinkle-free, scientists have discovered. The foods are rich in flavonoids that help rejuvenate the DNA...

You can reprogram your 'bad' DNA with a healthy diet

You're not destined to get any disease—such as diabetes or even breast cancer—just because of your DNA. You can reprogram your genetic inheritance at any time by eating healthier food...

Heart enlarges when you don't eat your greens

Most of us know that vitamin K is important for maintaining cardiovascular health—but now researchers have discovered why. People who don't eat their greens and vegetables, which are rich in...

Put oil on vegetables and greens to unlock their nutrients

We all know we need to be eating our greens—but their full health-giving properties are unlocked when we sprinkle some oil on them first. Oils, such as...

Don't eat your meat rare when you get old

If you like to eat your meat rare, you may want to cook it a little while longer as you get older. Our body loses its ability to extract the...

Why breakfast is the most important meal of the day

Everybody knows that breakfast is the most important meal of the day—and researchers have now proved it. In fact, skipping breakfast increases your risk of heart disease. ...

The foods that tell your brain to stop snacking

Snacking is the downfall for most of us trying to lose weight—but there are some foods that trick the brain into making us feel full, scientists have discovered. ...

It's never too late to start a healthy diet

It's never too late. People who take up a healthy diet in their middle age—and even up to the age of 75—can start seeing massive health benefits, such as weight...

High-fat diet could add 10 years to your life

    Switching from carbs to more fats in your diet could add anything up to 10 years to your life, researchers estimate—although right now it's...
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