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Top 20 Foods High In Collagen To Boost Glowing Skin
 
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Collagen is the main structural and most abundant protein found in animal connective tissue. Collagen is made up of amino acids and contains specific amino acids such as - proline, glycine, arginine, and hydroxyproline. Collagen works with elastin, another important structural protein in the human body, to maintain connective tissue elasticity. It is destroyed by inflammatory processes, and its synthesis in the human body is dependent on the abundance of amino acids. However, as we age, the body produces less collagen, since naturally occurring enzymes break collagen down, in turn, causing the skin to lose fullness, thin, and form wrinkles. Amino acids are the building blocks of collagen, so it’s vital to incorporate foods loaded with vitamins and protein. The skin is made up of 3 layers, dermis, epidermis, and hypodermis. The second layer of the skin is where collagen is found. Collagen molecules are bundled together throughout the dermis. Here is a complete list of top food high in collagen. #1 Kale #2 Sweet Potatoes #3 Quinoa #4 Spinach #5 Blueberries #6 Garlic #7 Oranges #8 Lentils #9 Carrots #10 Chickpeas #11 Mangoes #12 Amaranth #13 Papayas #14 Cantaloupe #15 Tomatoes #16 Red Peppers #17 Brown Rice #18 Apricots #19 Flax Seeds #20 Strawberries Thank you. This was our video with top food rich in collagen., collagen for skin, collagen rich food, or vegetarian collagen, a compound that improve skin elasticity. Source - http://www.yourhealthremedy.com/ Images - pixabay Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Recommended videos: 1.Top 20 Vegetables High In Potassium - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ucxBe4pai0 2.18 Foods High In Gluten To Avoid If You Have Celiac Disease - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y48BeZqBimg
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Top 35 Plant-Based Foods Rich In Potassium
 
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Here is a list of top foods high in potassium. Learn more on http://www.awakeningstate.com/health/foods-rich-potassium/ Potassium is an electrolyte along with chloride, magnesium, calcium, and sodium. All living organisms require this mineral, so fruits, legumes, seeds, and vegetables are usually good dietary sources of potassium. Most Americans consume far too little potassium, but they should get it from foods, not supplement. Potassium supplement taken in excess can throw off your electrolyte balance and slow your heart down to dangerous levels. Actually, researchers from the University of London estimate that potassium consumption in developed countries is only 1/3 of our evolutionary intake. Something to think about it. It is important to note that potassium and sodium work in a balanced partnership with each other to maintain cellular health and fluid balance. Health benefits of potassium: High-potassium foods, such as vegetables, seeds, nuts, legumes, and fruits contain many important nutrients and other plant compounds that help account for the health benefits. As an electrolyte, this mineral enables cells to carry electrical impulses within the cells themselves and outside the cells to other important parts of the body as well. High consumption of potassium leads to an improved bone density as compared to the rest of the mineral nutrients in the diet. Furthermore, potassium has a vital role in building muscle, regulating acid-base balance, the electrical activity of the heart, and synthesizing proteins. Occasionally, potassium deficiencies may also be caused by a considerable reduction in calories, laxative abuse, prolonged vomiting or diarrhea, and some kidney disorders. A high-potassium diet (especially from fruits and vegetables) may also prevent or at least slow the progression of renal disease. Here is a list of rich foods in potassium: Tip - Foods that are rich in potassium create an alkaline environment inside the physical body, capable of fighting the daily acidosis caused due to the standard American diet. Another piece in the potassium deficiency story is magnesium. If you’re not intaking enough magnesium rich foods, you won’t be able to retain the potassium you get. Pistachios Beet greens Flax seeds Raisins Almonds Dates Oat bran White beans Spinach Soybeans Lima beans Avocado Sweet potatoes Chia seeds Potatoes Lentils Banana Broccoli Kiwi Prunes Chickpeas Winter squash Cantaloupe Celery Apricots Radish Tomatoes Millet Orange Mango Strawberries Onion Pear Pineapple Apple For instance, a cup of spinach contains about 600 mg., a grapefruit contains approximately 450 mg., and a banana contains about 450 mg. Music: http://www.bensound.com
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Top 20 Foods High In Nitrates To Boost Nitric Oxide
 
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Nitrates (NO3) are rapidly converted into nitrites (NO2) within the body (by bacteria in the mouth and gut) and are naturally found in vegetables. The blood pressure and athletic performance benefits are likely mediated through the metabolic conversion of dietary nitrate (NO3) to biologically active nitrite (NO2) and then to nitric oxide. A nitrate naturally occurs in fruits, vegetables and grains, and this natural occurrence prevents the formation of nitrosamines, the harmful part of this equation. Vegetables are actually the biggest dietary source of nitrates... by far. The amount you get from processed meat is small compared to vegetables. Foods that are naturally rich in nitrates can provide a variety of health benefits, but some nitrate is converted to nitrite in your body, which can form nitrosamines and cause negative effects Here is a list of top foods high in nitrates to boost nitric oxide: #1 Arugula #2 Pomegranate #3 Swiss Chard #4 Carrots #5 Chinese Cabbage #6 Turnips #7 Walnuts #8 Spinach #9 Parsley #10 Rhubarb #11 Artichoke #12 Watermelon #13 Bok Choy #14 Onion #15 Garlic #16 Broccoli #17 Celery #18 Beets #19 Cauliflower #20 Eggplant Thank you. This was our video with top foods rich in nitrates to improve nitric oxide levels.. Source –http://www.yourhealthremedy.com/ Images – pixabay Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Recommended videos: 1.Top 20 Foods Naturally High In Sodium - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=arcPeJbQurc 2.Top 20 Foods High In Oxalates - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T6aLLtEZcLA
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17 Plant-Based Foods High In Lutein And Zeaxanthin
 
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Lutein and zeaxanthin are carotenoids (yellow to red pigments) which are found extensively in vegetables and plants. Various studies have shown that lutein and zeaxanthin reduce the risk of chronic eye diseases and more specifically, they help prevent macular degeneration by increasing the thickness of the macula. It is also acknowledged that lutein and zeaxanthin are important in protecting people from the buildup of arterial fatty deposits, known as atherosclerosis as well as several types of cancer including breast or colon cancer. Moreover, according to research, higher levels of lutein, zeaxanthin, and other carotenoids within the blood are strongly associated with fewer problems controlling blood sugar and a lower risk of type 2 diabetes mellitus. The reason carotenoids provide such wide-reaching effects is due to their capacity to protect tissues from oxidative stress and inflammation, two important factors which have a significant role in numerous diseases. While some studies have shown that taking supplements with lutein and zeaxanthin can help improve vision slightly among individuals who already have macular degeneration or cataracts, there is only limited evidence that supplements can actually help prevent either of these conditions. Thus, the best source of carotenoids is from real food. Therefore, we present a list of 17 plant-based foods high in lutein and zeaxanthin: #17 Corn – 1355mcg/100g #16 Pumpkin – 1500mcg/100g #15 Broccoli – 1525mcg/100g #14 Brussels sprouts – 1590mcg/100g #13 Broccoli raab – 1683mcg/100g #12 Lettuce – 1730mcg/100g #11 Beet greens – 1819mcg/100g #10 Zucchini – 2249mcg/100g #9 Green Peas – 2593mcg/100g #8 Arugula – 3555mcg/100g #7 Radicchio – 8832mcg/100g #6 Mustard greens – 9899mcg/100g #5 Swiss Chard – 11017mcg/100g #4 Turnip greens – 12824mcg/100g #3 Dandelion greens – 13609mcg/100g #2 Spinach –  15691mcg/100g #1 Kale  –  39551mcg/100g Thank you. This was our video with lutein benefits, zeaxanthin benefits, and lutein foods (also known as eye vitamins). Source - http://www.yourhealthremedy.com/ Images - pixabay Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Recommended videos: 1.Kidney Cleanse - 12 Best Herbs and Foods for Kidney Health - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gN-2F5IcxN4 2.Top 11 Foods High In Boron For Healthy Bones - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WzPldPjJqss
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20 Foods To Avoid For Gout
 
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Gout is a common type of inflammatory arthritis - a painful condition affecting the joints and musculoskeletal system. The symptoms of gout are due to the deposit of uric acid crystals in the joints and the body's response to them. Food and drinks that contain high levels of purines produce more uric acid, hence, start by avoiding these if you suffer from gout attacks. Therefore, here is a list of 20 foods to avoid for gout: #1 Red Meat #2 Chips #3 Fried Chicken #4 Soft Drinks #5 Shellfish #6 Beer #7 Nutritional Yeast #8 Frozen Dinners #9 Turkey #10 Ice Cream #11 French Fries #12 Hamburgers #13 Pies #14 Fish #15 Candy #16 Margarine #17 Puddings #18 Cakes #19 Burritos #20 Doughnuts Tips - There is some evidence that consumption of cherries is associated with a reduced risk of gout attacks. Drink plenty of water throughout the day to help the kidneys excrete urates. thank you. This was our video about diet for gout, gout diet, or avoid gout. Music - https://www.youtube.com/user/teknoaxe Images - pixabay Recommended videos: 1.20 Foods To Avoid For High Cholesterol - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ljf0RBcP-wA 2.20 Foods To Avoid For Weight Loss - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=09T8jGwLeJw
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30 Fruits And Vegetables High In Magnesium To Lower Anxiety
 
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Magnesium is one of the most vital minerals for human health. For instance, it regulates the activity of enzymes within the cells of the body, synthesis of RNA and DNA, and the energy production. Another important role of magnesium is to maintain the integrity of ion pumps that control the flow of potassium, sodium, calcium and other electrolytes in and out of cells. Around fifty percent of the magnesium in the body is stored in bones, with most of the remainder found inside the cells. List of 30 Vegetables and Fruits High in Magnesium: #1 Beans, navy, cooked – 111mg (28%DV) #2 Soybeans, cooked – 96mg (24%DV) #3 Tamarinds, raw — 92mg (23%DV) #4 Spinach, cooked – 87mg (22%DV) #5 Prickly pears, raw — 85 mg (21% DV) #6 Chard, swiss, cooked — 86 mg (21% DV) #7 Black Beans Beans, cooked — 70 mg (17% DV) #8 Figs — 67 mg (17% DV) #9 Prunes, dehydrated — 64mg (16%DV) #10 Apricots, dehydrated — 63mg (16%DV) #11 French Beans, cooked — 56mg (14%DV) #12 Dates, Medjool — 54mg (14%DV) #13 Roselle, raw — 51mg (13%DV) #14 Chickpeas, cooked, boiled — 48mg (12%DV) #15 Red Kidney Beans, cooked — 45mg (11%DV) #16 Plantains, raw — 37mg (9%DV) #17 Jackfruit, raw — 37mg (9%DV) #18 Lentils, cooked — 36mg (9%DV) #19 Kale, raw — 34mg (8%DV) #20 Zucchini — 33mg (8%DV) #21 Rowal, raw — 32mg (8%DV) #22 Kiwi — 30mg (8%DV) #23 Raisins — 30mg (8%DV) #24 Durian — 30mg (8%DV) #25 Avocados — 29 mg  (7% DV) #26 Passion-fruit — 29 mg  (7% DV) #27 Bananas — 27mg (7%DV) #28 Turnip greens, cooked — 22mg (5%DV) #29 Broccoli, raw — 21mg (5%DV) #30 Apples — 5mg (1%DV) Thank you. This was our video about fruits rich in magnesium, vegetables rich in magnesium, foods high in magnesium, magnesium foods, natural magnesium, what foods have magnesium, sources of magnesium, where to get magnesium , magnesium nutrition, or foods high in magnesium list. Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Images - pixabay Recommended videos: 1.15 Different Types Of Meditation (Buddhist, Zen, Mindfulness ...) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=icFSKeAt4p4 2.25 Negative Calorie Foods (Under 40 Calories) – Complete List - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_O2bEShpv1U
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20 Foods That Kill Bad Bacteria Inside The Body | Antibacterial Foods
 
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Certain essential oils, plant extracts, and even foods have potent antibiotic properties. For instance, some food and vegetable can prevent the growth of harmful bacteria in food. Including these herbs and foods which contain antibiotic properties in your regular diet can boost your immune system and help to defend you from certain types of bacteria, like - the Candida Albicans and Lymes spirochete. Note - If you are going to take antibiotics, you really need to increase your intake of foods rich in antioxidants and be sure to include items in your regular diet which offer decent amounts of selenium, vitamin E, zinc, vitamin C, and vitamin A, since they all have strong antifungal properties. Here Is A List of Antibacterial Foods (20 Foods That Kill Bad Bacteria Inside The Body): #1 Garlic #2 Lemon #3 Turmeric #4 Onion #5 Pineapple #6 Ginger #7 Horseradish #8 Cabbage #9 Papayas #10 Rutabaga #11 Grapefruit #12 Chili Peppers #13 Broccoli #14 Coconut #15 Cranberries #16 Cinnamon #17 Fermented Foods #18 Carrots #19 Oranges #20 Pomegranate Thank you. This video was about foods that prevent bacterial infections. Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Images - pixabay https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Kren_Verkauf.jpg Recommended videos: 1.Top 20 Fruits High In Vitamin K - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=47PWQ2kebZo&t=45s 2.Top 20 Fruits High In Carbs - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oGJxUoWbAeU&t=36s
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Top 17 Plant-Based Foods High In Omega 3 Fatty Acids
 
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The omega-3 fats come in three main forms: DHA, EPA, and ALA. ALA is found in certain seeds, nuts, and pastured animal foods like grass-fed beef and dairy where DHA and EPA are found in fatty fish, such as - mackerel and salmon. The benefits of the omega-3 fatty acids include - helping reverse heart disease, reducing inflammation, helping with athletic recovery and performance, reducing your risk of cancer, and speeding weight loss. Furthermore, various studies have found that children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder have lower blood levels of omega-3 fatty acids, compared to their healthy peers. In addition, omega-3 fatty acids appear to be an effective treatment for children with autism. Symptoms of omega-3 fatty acid deficiency include poor memory, fatigue, heart problems, dry skin, poor circulation, and depression. Here is a list of top 17 plant-based foods high in omega 3 fatty acids: #17 Cashews – 62mg/100g #16 Wild rice, cooked – 95mg/100g #15 Millet, raw – 118mg/100g #14 Beans, pinto, cooked, boiled, without salt – 137mg/100g #13 Beans, kidney, red, cooked, boiled, without salt – 168mg/100g #12 Beans, navy, mature seeds, boiled, without salt – 177mg/100g #11 Kale, raw – 180mg/100g #10 Macadamia nuts, raw – 206mg/100g #9 Pistachios – 262mg/100g #8 Soybeans, sprouted, steamed, with salt – 296mg/100g #7 Rice bran – 316mg/100g #6 Mung beans, cooked, boiled, without salt – 335mg/100g #5 Sesame seeds, whole, dried – 376mg/100g #4 Pecans – 986mg/100g #3 Walnuts – 9079mg/100g #2 Chia seeds – 17552mg/100g #1 Flaxseeds – 22813mg/100g Note - According to the European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition, the conversion of the plant-based omega-3 ALA to the long-chain DHA and EPA may be increased in people who do not consume fish. Thank you. This was our video with foods rich in omega 3 fatty acid. Source - http://www.yourhealthremedy.com/health-tips/canola-oil-vs-vegetable-oil/ Images - pixabay Music - http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/music.html http://www.bensound.com/ Recommended videos: 1.Top Foods High In Purines That Cause Gout – List - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ISHMM9eMpFc 2. Top 20 Healthy Foods High In Carbs (Carbohydrates) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SgA8Q8SpQSA
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12 Foods That Will Heal The Pancreas & Prevent Pancreatitis
 
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The pancreas is a large organ approximately 6 inches long and sits across the back of the abdomen, behind the stomach. It is an important part of the endocrine and digestive systems. The pancreas makes insulin, the hormone needed to keep blood sugar levels in check, as well as it produces a number of enzymes that are required to digest food. When your pancreas becomes inflamed or swollen, it cannot perform its function properly. This medical condition is called pancreatitis, that can be acute (approximately 210,000 cases occur in the United States per year) or chronic. Either form can lead to serious complications. Common symptoms of pancreatitis include - nausea, severe pain in the upper abdomen, pain which worsens after eating, unexplained weight loss, lethargy, oily stools, fever, and vomiting. The most common cause of chronic pancreatitis includes - chronic alcohol consumption, cystic fibrosis, smoking cigarettes, some medicines, carbonated beverages, and hereditary disorders. Therefore, the health of the pancreas is essential for overall human health. Luckily, there is a variety of foods which can heal your pancreas and prevent pancreatitis, like: #1 Sweet potato - is high in vitamin A, dietary fiber, vitamin C, antioxidants and manganese, all necessary nutrients which enhance pancreatic function and lower the instance of pancreatic cancer by more than 50 percent. #2 Broccoli - is primarily known for reducing the risk of pancreatic cancer, on account of having high quantities of quercetin, a flavonol which is very healthy. #3 Garlic - a San Francisco Bay area study issued by the National Cancer Institute linked people who consumed a high garlic diet with a 54% lower risk of pancreatic cancer. #4 Mushrooms - are a great source of selenium, dietary fiber, potassium, thiamin, copper, folate, vitamin B6, and riboflavin; they are great for pancreatic health and also for preventing numerous chronic diseases. #5 Zucchini - is low in carbs, calories, and sugars, but high in essential nutrients, such as manganese, potassium, vitamin B2, and antioxidants including - vitamin A and vitamin C which can play a significant role in pancreatitis prevention. #6 Onion - contains flavonoids that are potent cancer-fighting compounds. Also, onion contains sulfur compounds that are good for keeping the pancreas in good working order. #7 Blueberries - are one of the best sources of antioxidants, that can protect the pancreas from oxidative stress resulting from free-radical damage. Moreover, blueberries can lower your risk of developing life-threatening conditions like pancreatic cancer. #8 Red grapes - are a good source of resveratrol, a strong antioxidant. It is recommended to avoid red wine (and other alcoholic beverages) if you have pancreatitis, and eat plenty of red grapes instead. #9 Kale - a member of the cabbage family, it is a popular vegetable that contains essential minerals, vitamins, and antioxidants which aid in pancreatic health. Additionally, kale contains very little fat; however, a large portion of the fat in it is the omega-3 fatty acid. #10 Spinach - is an excellent source of iron and vitamin B, which can help ward off inflammation of the pancreas. #11 Turmeric - possesses cancer-fighting properties which help prevent various types of cancers, including pancreatic cancer. The main reason is the compound curcumin, which is useful in identifying potential cancer cells and also helps in destructing these malignant cells without damaging healthy cells. #12 Carrots - are a great source of vitamin C and beta-carotene. Furthermore, carrots contain falcarinol, a natural compound which has been shown to be able to inhibit the development of pancreatic cancer. Tips Reduce as much as possible your intake of trans-fatty acids, usually found in commercially-baked goods such as crackers, cookies, donuts, and cakes. Moreover, avoid onion rings, French fries, margarine, and processed foods, since all these foods negatively affect the health of your pancreas. Thank you. This was our video about pancreas healthy food, pancreas health, pancreas remedies, pancreas cleanse, pancreas food, or pancreatitis diet. Source - http://www.yourhealthremedy.com/ Images - pixabay Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Recommended videos: 1.Top 20 Nourishing Foods High In Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=najL-ppWIpw 2.What Are The Health Benefits Of Soy Milk? - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BHM35z04uns
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Top 25 Fruits High In Vitamin C
 
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Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin which is required for many reactions within the human body, but that humans are not capable of producing internally (most other animals can produce this vitamin in their livers). Vitamin C benefits It is one of many antioxidants which may protect against damage caused by harmful molecules called free radicals. Free radicals play an essential role in the aging process, therefore, getting plenty of this vitamin can protect your health in the present day and the future. The build-up of free radicals over time may contribute considerably to the aging process and the development of health conditions, like - heart disease, cancer, and arthritis. Consuming foods rich in vitamin C may have a similar effect as walking on a protein called endothelin-1, that promotes the constriction of small blood vessels. According to a report by Johns Hopkins Medicine, large doses of fruits rich in vitamin C can lower blood pressure. Also, it boosts the health-promoting effects of exercise and lowers exercise-induced oxidative damage. Also, it enhances the immune system of the human body, that protects us from coughs and colds. A deficiency of this vitamin may lead to muscle weakness, fatigue, bleeding gums, muscle and joint aches, and leg rashes, as well as scurvy, a very rare but potentially quite severe condition. Here is a list of top fruits high in vitamin C: #1 Acerola Cherries – 1677mg/100g (2796%DV) #2 Guavas – 228mg/100g (381%DV) #3 Currants – 181mg/100g (302%DV) #4 Kiwi – 92,7mg/100g (155%DV) #5 Lemons – 77mg/100g (128%DV) #6 Litchis – 71,5mg/100g (119%DV) #7 Oranges – 71mg/100g (118%DV) #8 Persimmons – 66mg/100g (110%DV) #9 Papayas – 61,8mg/100g (103%DV) #10 Pummelo – 61mg/100g (102%DV) #11 Strawberries – 58,8mg/100g (98%DV) #12 Pineapple – 56,4mg/100g (94%DV) #13 Clementines – 48,8mg/100g (81%DV) #14 Grapefruit – 37mg/100g (62%DV) #15 Cantaloupe – 36,7mg/100g (61%DV) #16 Mulberries – 36,4mg/100g (61%DV) #17 Passion-fruit – 30mg/100g (50%DV) #18 Limes – 29,1mg/100g (48%DV) #19 Mangos – 27,7mg/100g (46%DV) #20 Tangerines – 26,7mg/100g (44%DV) #21 Raspberries – 26,2mg/100g (44%DV) #22 Durian – 19,7mg/100g (33%DV) #23 Blueberries – 9,7mg/100g (16%DV) #24 Plums – 9,5mg/100g (16%DV) #25 Bananas – 8,7mg/100g (15%DV) Thank you. This video was about fruits rich in vitamin C, vitamin c foods, foods high in vitamin c, foods with vitamin c, and vitamin c rich foods sources of vitamin c. Images - pixabay Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Recommended videos: 1.Top 20 Foods That Cause Kidney Stones - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8bEFOBZrwoM 2. Top 30 Foods High In Fiber - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6jgMbYpWXeI
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30 Fruits For Prostate Health
 
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The prostate gland has the main function to secrete the seminal fluid which helps to nourish and carry the sperm which comes from a man testicles. However, if the prostate becomes enlarged, it can place serious pressure on the urethra (the tube through which urine passes) and the bladder. Furthermore, prostate cancer is the 2nd most common cause of all cancer-related deaths among American adult men, according to the Urology Care Foundation. Symptoms of an enlarged prostate can include - blood in the urine, leaking of urine, a strong and sudden desire to urinate, more frequent urination (particularly at night), an urgency to urinate, difficulty starting urination, a strange feeling of incomplete bladder emptying, and a slow urinary stream. Interestingly, there is strong evidence that a diet rich in calcium (such as dairy products) is strongly associated with an increased risk of developing prostate cancer. Here is a list of top fruits good for people with enlarged prostate: #1 Blueberries #2 Pineapple #3 Papaya #4 Apples #5 Raspberries #6 Strawberries #7 Apricots #8 Pears #9 Mango #10 Orange #11 Banana #12 Red Grapes #13 Cherries #14 Grapefruit #15 Cantaloupe #16 Kiwi #17 Lemon #18 Blackberries #19 Figs #20 Tangerine #21 Durian #22 Pomegranate #23 Cranberries #24 Dates #25 Watermelon #26 Passion Fruit #27 Limes #28 Mangosteen #29 Plums #30 Pomelo Thank you. This video was about foods for prostate health, superfoods prostate health, diet for prostate health, healthy diet for prostate health, best fruits for prostate, healthy foods for prostate health, Images - pixabay Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Recommended videos: #1 Top 25 Fruits High in Vitamin E - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Axbzn1D2Sg #2 12 Health Benefits of Papaya - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lY1IrUVKHpk
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Top 20 Foods High In Starch
 
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All starches are composed of two types of polysaccharides: amylose and amylopectin. Resistant starch is a type of starch that is not digested in the stomach or small intestine, reaching the colon intact. The only function of starch in the human diet is to convert into glucose for energy. Starch begins breaking down in your mouth, where saliva surrounds complex starch molecules. Resistant starch feeds the friendly bacteria in the intestine, having a positive effect on the type of bacteria as well as the number of them. Starch has ironing aids that help the iron glide faster and “sets” the fabric so you don’t have to iron over the same area as many times. Researchers from the British Nutrition Foundation say more research is needed, but evidence indicates these starches can help people eat less and improve gut health and blood glucose control. Foods high in starch include legumes, such as beans and lentils, vegetables, such as potatoes and butternut squash, and grains, such as rice and flour. Here is a list of food high in starch: #1 Amaranth – 57,3g/100g #2 Spelt – 53,9g/100g #3 Quinoa – 55,2g/100g #4 Oat bran – 45,9g/100g #5 Pinto beans – 34,2g/100g #6 Navy beans – 32,9g/100g #7 Rice – 24,8g/100g #8 Cashew nuts – 23,5g/100g #9 Potatoes - 17,3g/100g #10 Corn – 13,8g/100g #11 Red kidney beans – 9,2g/100g #12 Sweet potato – 5,2g/100g #13 Figs – 5,1g/100g #14 Prunes – 5,1g/100g #15 Green peas – 4g/100g #16 Raisins – 2,7g/100g #17 Pistachio nuts – 1,7g/100g #18 Pine nuts – 1,4g/100g #19 Carrots – 1,4g/100g #20 Hazelnuts – 1,1g/100g Thank you. This was our video with top foods rich in starch, starch foods, and rice starch. Source – http://www.yourhealthremedy.com/health-tips/foods-high-resistant-starch/ Images – pixabay Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Recommended videos: 1.Top 20 Foods High In Oxalates - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T6aLLtEZcLA 2.Top 20 Foods High In Nitrates To Boost Nitric Oxide - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IoYAv5PiP_A
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15 Superfoods That Clean Arteries Naturally
 
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Your arteries are blood vessels responsible for the transportation of oxygen-rich blood from the heart to the rest of the body. Therefore, keeping your arteries healthy and free of blockage is very important. You can do this by leading a balanced lifestyle and eating healthy foods. Many of the following foods are especially beneficial for maintaining clean, unclogged arteries and improving your overall health. #1 Turmeric - the primary polyphenol in this spice has been found to be an excellent cardioprotective, with numerous studies demonstrating this fact. #2 Apples - Ohio State University researchers discovered that an apple a day can lower the hardening of arteries by 40 percent. This may be due to the pectin in apples which lowers LDL cholesterol and slows down the progression of clogging in the arteries. #3 Flaxseeds – they are one of the best sources of alpha-linolenic acid and lignans. Moreover, flaxseeds are known for their capacity to lower inflammation and blood pressure, helping to keep arteries clear of obstructions and improve overall heart health. #4 Watermelons – they contain L-citrulline, a non-essential amino acid, identified by Wada in 1930, which helps your body produce nitric oxide, that reduces blood pressure and widens your blood vessels. #5 Broccoli - it is rich in the compound called sulforaphane which is shown to ”turn on” a protein which prevents the plaque formation in the arteries. Additionally, broccoli is a good source of glucosinolates, from which the anti-inflammatory isothiocyanates are produced. #6 Red cabbage - what sets red cabbage apart from other vegetables is the presence of the color pigments (called - anthocyanins) which further adds to the impressive health benefits of this vegetable. Anthocyanins’ benefits include prevention of cancers, improved heart health, and better brain function. #7 Almonds - these nuts are very high in vitamin E, heart-healthy monounsaturated fats, and dietary fiber, that can help lower the levels of LDL cholesterol in your blood and reduce your risk of stroke and heart disease. #8 Pomegranates - they stimulate the body’s production of nitric oxide, that helps keep your arteries open and your blood flowing. #9 Oats – they contain soluble fiber, that binds to excess LDL cholesterol in your digestive tract and allows it to pass from your body. More importantly, oats are a good source of magnesium, that acts to dilate blood vessels, keeping your blood pressure healthy. #10 Tomatoes – they contain lycopene, that is a strong pigment that gives them their bright color. This plant pigment also helps prevent the oxidation of LDL cholesterol in the blood which leads to atherosclerosis. Interestingly, lycopene becomes stronger when the tomatoes are cooked. #11 Pistachios - eating pistachios regularly reduces total and LDL cholesterol and can also lower the risk of diabetes-related disease in the arteries. One reason is the high content of potassium in these nuts. For instance, according to the University of Michigan, if you eat a 1-ounce serving of pistachios, you’ll get 291 milligrams of potassium. #12 Garlic - it has been found that consumption of garlic regresses plaque buildup in the arteries, among many other health benefits. #13 Sweet potatoes - a 3 1/2-ounce serving of baked sweet potato provides 14% of the daily recommended intake of potassium. Potassium is an essential mineral which can help lower your blood pressure, that is helpful because having high blood pressure can increase your risk for atherosclerosis. #14 Chickpeas - they contain considerable amounts of dietary fiber, that helps lower the total amount of cholesterol and bad cholesterol in the blood and the risk of atherosclerosis, hence, decreasing the risk of heart disease. #15 Carrots - the highly cleansing power of this vegetable removes even the old build-up of arterial deposits, therefore, lowering the risks of stroke and heart diseases. Tips Doing regular cardiovascular exercises which are moderately paced, such as - brisk walking, jogging, riding a bike, treadmill, aerobics, and dancing can help to dissolve arterial plaque build-up. Avoid trans fatty acids, processed foods, and fried foods. Keep alcohol and tobacco intake to a minimum. Source – http://www.insightstate.com/health/superfoods-boost-brain-power-2/ Images – pixabay Music: http://www.bensound.com/
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Top 25 Fruits High In Potassium - List
 
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Potassium has many functions in the body, but one of its most valuable ones is to help the body to convert glucose into glycogen for energy. This mineral is also important for nerve and muscle functions as well as it can aid in treating allergies. According to research, eating foods rich in potassium and low in sodium can help prevent kidney disease and heart problems caused by hypertension. Therefore, to give you a sense of how easy it is to get potassium from the regular diet, here's a list of some of the top fruits high in potassium: #25 Apples – 107mg/100g (3%DV) #24 Pineapple – 109mg/100g (3%DV) #23 Pears – 121mg/100g (3%DV) #22 Grapefruit – 139mg/100g (4%DV) #21 Tangerine – 166mg/100g (5%DV) #20 Litchis – 171mg/100g (5%DV) #19 Peaches – 190mg/100g (5%DV) #18 Cherries – 222mg/100g (6%DV) #17 Papayas – 257mg/100g (7%DV) #16 Apricots – 259mg/100g (7%DV) #15 Longans – 266mg/100g (8%DV) #14 Cherimoya – 269mg/100g (8%DV) #13 Soursop – 278mg/100g (8%DV) #12 Persimmons – 310mg/100g (9%DV) #11 Kiwi – 312mg/100g (9%DV) #10 Currants – 322mg/100g (9%DV) #9 Passion-fruit – 348mg/100g (10%DV) #8 Bananas – 358mg/100g (10%DV) #7 Guavas – 417mg/100g (12%DV) #6 Durians – 436mg/100g (12%DV) #5 Tamarinds – 628mg/100g (18%DV) #4 Figs, dried – 680mg/100g (19%DV) #3 Dates, medjool – 696mg/100g (20%DV) #2 Raisins, seeded – 825mg/100g (24%DV) #1 Prunes, dehydrated (low-moisture) - 1058mg/100g (30%DV) Thank you. This was our video about a list of fruits rich in potassium. Source - http://www.yourhealthremedy.com/health-tips/fruits-vegetables-legumes-nuts-seeds-high-potassium/ Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Images - pixabay Recommended videos: 1.Top 21 Foods High In Niacin (Vitamin B3) - Vegetables & Fruits - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GlYR-Olrqa0 2.17 Foods Good For Beautiful Skin And Healthy Hair - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=37uemz7dYFs
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Top 20 Fruits High In Vitamin K
 
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Vitamin K is considered to be a fat-soluble vitamin, that is present in the intestines of the body. The best source of vitamin K comes from plant-based foods, particularly leafy greens. According to studies, individuals who consumed the most vitamin K have a fifty percent reduced risk of arterial calcification. This vitamin is also capable of opposing numerous of the leading causes of death in modern-day people in the United States, such as - osteoporosis and diabetes. Moreover, research has concluded that people who increase their intake of fruits rich in vitamin K have a lower risk of cardiovascular problems. Deficiency of this vitamin is rare, however, in severe cases, a deficiency can increase clotting time, that may lead to excessive bleeding and hemorrhage. Here Is A List Of Top 20 Fruits High In Vitamin K: #1 Prunes – 59,5 mcg/100g (74%DV) #2 Kiwi – 40,3 mcg/100g (50%DV) #3 Avocados – 21 mcg/100g (26%DV) #4 Blackberries – 19,8 mcg/100g (25%DV) #5 Blueberries – 19,3 mcg/100g (24%DV) #6 Pomegranates – 16,4 mcg/100g (21%DV) #7 Figs – 15,6 mcg/100g (19%DV) #8 Grapes – 14,6 mcg/100g (18%DV) #9 Currants – 11 mcg/100g (14%DV) #10 Mulberries – 7,8 mcg/100g (10%DV) #11 Raspberries – 7,8 mcg/100g (10%DV) #12 Plums – 6,4 mcg/100g (8%DV) #13 Cranberries –5,1 mcg/100g (6%DV) #14 Pears – 4,5 mcg/100g (6%DV) #15 Mangos – 4,2 mcg/100g (5%DV) #16 Raisins – 3,5 mcg/100g (4%DV) #17 Melons – 2,9 mcg/100g (4%DV) #18 Tamarinds – 2,8 mcg/100g (3%DV) #19 Dates – 2,7 mcg/100g (3%DV) #20 Papayas – 2,6 mcg/100g (3%DV) Thank you. This video was about foods rich in vitamin K and foods high in vitamin K. Images - pixabay https://www.flickr.com/photos/23401669@N00/3316017655/ Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Recommended videos: 1.Top 25 Vegetables High In Vitamin C - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t6fp_x3oIyM 2.Top 20 Fruits High in Calcium - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pRsnhRjOYp8
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11 Signs of Suppressed Emotions
 
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When you suppress your emotions, they don't go away, actually, they go deeper! Rather than absolving and dissipating the negative emotional energy, we hold onto it unconsciously. These suppressed emotions remain buried within us until we bring that emotion up and feel the emotion, hence, releasing it. Suppressed emotions which are buried on the long-term are the emotions that normally cause physical illness. Here are 11 signs of suppressed emotions that you can identify: #1 Exhaustion - With long-term exposure to suppressed emotions, the body starts to lose the capacity to combat the stressor and to lower its harmful impact, thus, the adaptive energy is drained. It leads to “stress overload” or “burnout,” the creation of a milieu in which the individual is vulnerable to health problems. #2 Research has also shown a connection between suppressed emotions and poor memory as well as more misunderstandings in conversations with others. This is because people who regularly suppress their emotions are usually less aware of the signals they are sending to others and the social cues present in daily conversation. #3 Weight Gain - Recent studies not only show that chronic emotional stress increases people's cortisol levels, but it also disrupts the body's natural cortisol rhythm. This ruptured cortisol rhythm can lead to a reduced ability to burn fat and high blood sugar. #4 Sleep Problems - Sleep disturbances, including - insomnia, tossing and turning, and restless dreams can be an early sign of suppressed emotions. Your brain is trying to understand the details of the psychological problem which you are dealing with, however, you are forcing it to do so without your help. #5 Gut Health - Research shows that ongoing emotional stress can negatively affect the trillions of healthy bacteria in your large intestine, and subpar gut health can have a depressing effect on your entire mental and physical system. #6 Memory Problems - When you suppress an emotion, you have problems remembering not just the event but also the time period and events surrounding it. #7 Cardiovascular Disease - Although the connection between emotional stress and heart disease isn’t clear, regularly suppressing emotions may cause some people to drink too much alcohol that can increase your blood pressure and may damage the artery walls. #8 Depression - If your emotions weren’t allowed to leak out, somehow they may turn into depression. Therefore, whenever you feel bad try to do anything to release your emotions instead of suppressing them not to end up depressed. #9 Digestive problems - One of the recent theories suggests that we can develop chronic inflammation when we’re under prolonged emotional stress. This is thought to happen because chronic stress alters the way our cells respond to cortisol. #10 Low Motivation - Lack of motivation and enthusiasm can show up everywhere, at work, at home, in relationships, in pursuing goals and in everything else. This usually creates unhappiness, indifference, and dissatisfaction. #11 Aggression - Researchers from the University of Texas at Austin and the University of Minnesota believe people who usually keep their emotions bottled up — not reacting to a difficult boss at work, for instance — are more likely to act aggressively afterward — say, by yelling at their children. Thank you. This was our video about suppressing emotions, suppressed anger, suppression psychology, suppressed feelings, suppressed depression, or suppressed anger symptoms. Source - http://www.awakeningstate.com/lifestyle/signs-suppressed-emotions/ Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Images - pixabay Recommended videos: 1.Bibasilar Atelectasis – Causes, Symptoms, Treatment, Prevention - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CJoJAOmTr4A 2.Circumoral Cyanosis – Definition, Causes, Symptoms, Treatment - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WjhMBrDSs7w
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10 Best Natural Blood Thinners - Complete Food List
 
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Blood thinner medicines prevent blood clots from forming. Also, they keep existing blood clots from getting larger. Blood clots can stop the flow of blood to the lungs, heart, or brain which may lead to stroke or a heart attack. However, blood thinner medicines have some side effects such as - bleeding gums, nosebleeds, vaginal bleeding, heavier than normal menstrual, coughing up blood, brown or pink urine, vomiting blood, and black or red stools. Also, because these medicines work by interfering with the blood's ability to coagulate, you may also have trouble stopping the blood flow if you sustain even a minor injury. Luckily, there are a few natural blood thinners you can have in your diet to prevent blood clots, such as: #1 Turmeric - it comes from the Curcuma longa plant, that grows in India and other Southeast Asian countries. Curcumin, the main component of turmeric, has a variety of health benefits, including being a natural blood thinner. Moreover, turmeric is a natural anti-inflammatory, a natural immune modulator, and is increasingly being acknowledged as a potent cancer preventive and cancer fighter. #2 Bromelain, an enzyme found in pineapple, is a natural blood thinner, as it can help lower the excessive adhesiveness of blood platelets. In addition, it promotes a healthy complexion and hair, overall lower weight, and increased energy. #3 Garlic - it has a mild inhibitory effect on platelet aggregation (one of the first stages in blood clot formation), according to a 2001 study issued in "JAMA Internal Medicine." Some individuals also use garlic for the prevention of prostate cancer, lung cancer, stomach cancer, breast cancer, colon cancer, and rectal cancer. #4 Ginger - it is packed with salicylates, natural chemicals which help protect plants from disease and insect damage. Salicylates are also a major ingredient in aspirin and other pain-relieving medications. Foods containing salicylates are effective blood thinners since salicylates block vitamin K in the human body, hence, thinning the blood. #5 Ginkgo biloba, also known as gingko or ginkgo, has a compound called - Ginkgolide B which is known to reduce coagulation and increase blood flow to the brain and enhance memory. #6 Foods High In Vitamin E - vitamin E helps to prevent blood platelets from sticking together and causing clots. Vitamin E rich foods include - mustard greens, broccoli, blackberries, Swiss chard, almonds, sunflower seeds, spinach, collard greens, avocados, kale, kiwi, red bell peppers, mangoes, papaya, olives, apples, mamey sapote, and cranberries. #7 Foods High In Omega-3 Fatty Acids - omega-3 also decreases platelet aggregation, therefore, it acts as a natural blood thinner and lowers the chance of the formation of blood clots. The best source of omega-3 fatty acids is flax seeds. Other sources include - chia seeds, pinto beans, kale, red kidney beans, navy beans, pistachios, macadamia nuts, soybeans, mung beans, rice bran, walnuts, sesame seeds, and pecans. #8 Cayenne Pepper - it is a fast-acting natural blood thinner which in large quantities has the effect of a clot buster. Moreover, cayenne pepper has been used for heart attack recovery and relief from angina. It also helps increase the amount of heat the body produces, making it burn more calories for a few hours after consumption. #9 Cinnamon - it contains coumarin, a chemical which acts as a strong anticoagulant. Coumarin also has been used as both a food additive and as an ingredient in perfume due to its aromatic and sweet odor. #10 Tomatoes - they contain carotenoids, like - lycopene and lutein - which can protect the eye against light-induced damage. Also, lycopene inhibits platelet aggregation, thus, reducing the chance of blood clots. Tomatoes are also a good source of vitamin C, that can help combat the formation of free radicals. Notes - Staying hydrated can help thin your blood and sustain your cardiovascular system to function properly. It is recommended to drink half your body weight in ounces of water daily. For example, if you weigh 200 lbs., drink 100 ounces of water per day, which is 3 - 4 quarts a day or one gallon. Moderate daily physical exercise will also help thin the blood. Thank you. This was our video about best natural blood thinners list, how to prevent blood clots, blood thinning foods, is turmeric a blood thinner, foods that thin blood, warfarin alternatives, prevent blood clots. Sources: http://www.yourhealthremedy.com/harmful-compounds/is-tylenol-a-blood-thinner/ http://www.yourhealthremedy.com/harmful-compounds/is-ibuprofen-a-blood-thinner/ Images - pixabay Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Recommended videos: 1.Top 15 Foods To Prevent Acid Reflux - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dF0M75DPBY8 2.Athlete’s Foot On Hands – Causes, Symptoms, Prevention, Treatment - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kXSgHGG-Opo
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Top 25 Fruits High in Vitamin E
 
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Natural vitamin E is a family of 8 different compounds - four tocotrienols and four tocopherols. Each of these vitamin E types is acknowledged as a fat-soluble antioxidant, and all 8 are found in varying degrees in our daily nutrition. Vitamin E is a strong antioxidant which helps protect membranes of cells throughout the human body against damage caused by free radicals. The health benefits of vitamin E include a reduced risk of cancer, cataracts, and cardiovascular diseases. Moreover, vitamin E helps in boosting the immune system and metabolism, along with enhancing vitality and stamina. Also, some studies concluded that consuming foods rich in vitamin E can even reduce sunburns from exposure to UVB radiation. Note Taking supplements containing vitamin E have side effects, therefore, don’t take them for the long-term and in high doses unless your healthcare professional suggests it. Here Is A List Of Top 25 Fruits High in Vitamin E: #1 Apricots – 4,3 mg (22%DV) #2 Olives – 3,8 mg (19%DV) #3 Avocados  – 2,7 mg (13%DV) #4 Mamey Sapote  – 2,1 mg (10%DV) #5 Kiwi – 1,5 mg (7%DV) #6 Cranberries – 1,2 mg (6%DV) #7 Blackberries – 1,2 mg (6%DV) #8 Mangos – 1,1 mg (6%DV) #9 Raspberries – 0,9 mg (4%DV) #10 Mulberries – 0,9 mg (4%DV) #11 Nectarines – 0,8 mg (4%DV) #12 Papayas – 0,7 mg (4%DV) #13 Guavas – 0,7 mg (4%DV) #14 Persimmons – 0,7 mg (4%DV) #15 Peaches – 0,7 mg (4%DV) #16 Mangosteen – 0,6 mg (3%DV) #17 Pomegranates – 0,6 mg (3%DV) #18 Gooseberries – 0,4 mg (2%DV) #19 Figs – 0,4 mg (2%DV) #20 Cherimoya – 0,3 mg (1%DV) #21 Plums – 0,3 mg (1%DV) #22 Carambola (starfruit) – 0,2 mg (1%DV) #23 Limes – 0,2 mg (1%DV) #24 Tangerines – 0,2 mg (1%DV) #25 Apples – 0,2 mg (1%DV) Note Top 3 vitamin E sources: #1 Sunflower seeds – 33,2 mg (166%DV) #2 Almonds – 26,2 mg (131%DV) #3 Hazelnuts – 15 mg (75%DV) Thank you. This video was about Foods High in Vitamin E, Foods rich in Vitamin E, Fruits rich in Vitamin E, High Vitamin E Foods. Source - http://www.yourhealthremedy.com/health-tips/vitamin-e-rich-foods/ Images - pixabay https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Mamey.jpghttps://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Averrhoa_carambola_P1190437.jpg Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Recommended videos: #1 20 Foods To Avoid For Liver Health - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qjx8AF3O_ik #2 25 Foods To Avoid For Sinusitis - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aUgqpJZp0dU
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20 Foods To Avoid For IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)
 
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Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a disorder which affects the large intestine. Symptoms include - food intolerance, cramping, bloating, increased gas, and abdominal pain. A healthy diet is particularly important for individuals with IBS, as immune system and nutrient absorption functioning may be compromised. Here Is A List Of 20 Foods To Avoid For IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome): #1 Cheese #2 Red and Processed Meats #3 French Fries #4 Butter #5 Fried Chicken #6 Alcoholic Beverages #7 Margarine #8 Carbonated Drinks #9 Ice Cream #10 Fried Fish #11 Chocolate bars #12 Hot Dogs #13 Garlic #14 Pizza #15 Coffee #16 Mayonnaise #17 Onions #18 Doughnuts #19 Sausages #20 Milkshake Tip - Peppermint essential oil seems to be an effective and safe treatment for irritable bowel syndrome. Than you. This was our video about foods to avoid for Irritable Bowel Syndrome diet, ibs diet. Images - pixabay https://www.flickr.com/photos/shalommama/8538285360 https://www.flickr.com/photos/afiler/225793843 https://www.flickr.com/photos/karimian/57925008 https://www.flickr.com/photos/magro-family/3988294779 https://www.flickr.com/photos/jeepersmedia/15221612026 https://www.flickr.com/photos/arndog/965738922 https://www.flickr.com/photos/joi/2085953497 https://www.flickr.com/photos/kevinkrejci/4125849450 Music - https://www.youtube.com/user/teknoaxe Recommended videos: 1.20 Foods To Avoid For High Blood Pressure - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lNdP8EcomQs&t=21s 2.20 Foods To Avoid For Inflammation - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WkZS1usShsE
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Foods High in Quercetin + Health Benefits
 
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Foods High in Quercetin. Learn more on http://www.yourhealthremedy.com/nutrients/foods-high-quercetin/ Quercetin is a type of flavonoid antioxidant that’s found in numerous foods. Antioxidants fight against free radicals - chemically reactive compounds that damage DNA and cell membranes and also cause cell death. Quercetin is a natural antihistamine and an anti-inflammatory, making it effective for naturally lowering the effects of season and food allergies, plus skin reactions and asthma. Moreover, this flavonoid has shown that it can reduce the effects of stress in nerves while preventing depletion of nerve antioxidants due to stress. According to a 2009 study, quercetin activates the key step leading to the production of cellular glutathione1. Quercetin is available in many types of vegetables and fruits, such as - capers, red onions, red grapes, cranberries, apples, leafy green vegetables, green tea, lemons, cherries, raspberries, grapefruit, broccoli, tomatoes, oranges. Music: http://www.bensound.com Images - pixabay
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Top 20 Plant Based Foods High In CoQ10: The Miracle Antioxidant
 
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CoQ10 is found in practically every cell in our bodies and plays an essential role in the production of energy. It is a component of the electron transport chain and generates energy in the same method as the majority of your body – through a process called adenosine triphosphate.   Our bodies create this coenzyme, and cells use it to produce the energy we need for cell maintenance and growth. It’s vital because it helps give energy, boost the immune system, and scavenges for free radicals. Co–Q10 is also a very powerful antioxidant. CoQ10 is made in our bodies, within a cell organelle called the "mitochondria", and is most concentrated in the energy–demanding heart, brain and muscle systems. CoQ10 may play a role in diseases such as muscular dystrophies, Friedreich's ataxia, Parkinson's and Huntington's disease. These serious conditions involve either impaired energy production or excessive oxidative damage. Therefore, here are top foods high in coq10: #1 Peanuts - 2.67 mg/100g #2 Pistachios - 2.00 mg/100g #3 Walnuts - 1.90 mg/100g #4 Soybeans - 1.87 mg/100g #5 Sesame Seeds - 1.76 mg/100g #6 Hazelnuts - 1.67 mg/100g #7 Avocado - 0.95 mg/100g #8 Parsley - 0.75 mg/100g #9 Corn - 0.70 mg/100g #10 Broccoli - 0.59 mg/100g #11 Rice Bran - 0.49 mg/100g #12 Currants - 0.34 mg/100g #13 Radish Leaves - 0.33 mg/100g #14 Sweet Potato - 0.33 mg/100g #15 Garlic - 0.27 mg/100g #16 Strawberries - 0.14 mg/100g #17 Millet - 0.14 mg/100g #18 Grapefruit - 0.13 mg/100g #19 Buckwheat - 0.11 mg/100g #20 Apples - 0.11 mg/100g Thank you. This was our video with foods rich in coq10 (coenzyme q10) and coq10 benefits. Source – http://www.yourhealthremedy.com/ Images – pixabay Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Recommended videos: 1.18 Foods High In Gluten To Avoid If You Have Celiac Disease - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y48BeZqBimg 2. Top 20 Foods High In Collagen To Boost Glowing Skin - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LDMwGooLIHw
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Foods High In Polyphenols
 
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Learn which foods are high in polyphenols. Polyphenols, also known as polyhydroxyphenols, are organic plant compounds chemicals characterized by the presence of large multiples of phenol structural units. There are over 8,000 identified types of polyphenols found in foods such as fruits, herbs, spices, vegetables, nuts, and seeds. Types – stilbenes, lignans, flavonoids, and phenolic acids. Health benefits of polyphenols Their specific health-promoting actions are still being actively researched and depend on the amount consumed and on their bioavailability. They are abundant micronutrients in our diet and have an important role in the prevention of chronic diseases such as cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, or cancer. Foods High in Polyphenols Rich colors plants, such as purples and reds or black indicate that specific plant is a remarkable source of polyphenols. Berries of all sorts and colorful fruits are an excellent source. Other fruits include - grapes, pear, apple, cherries and contains approximately 200–300 mg polyphenols/100 grams.  All vegetables provide polyphenols, while onions, artichokes, potatoes, green chicory, red chicory, red onion, broccoli, spinach, red cabbage, curly endive, have been proven in studies to be moderate to high in polyphenols. Nuts - hazelnuts, chestnuts, almonds, pecans, or walnuts. Seeds - celery seeds and flaxseeds.  Herbs and spices (such as star anise, peppermint, sage, spearmint, rosemary, ginger,  thyme, cumin, cinnamon) are very high in polyphenols, hence, you can consume them as much as you want. References http://www.yourhealthremedy.com/health-tips/polyphenols/ Music: http://www.bensound.com Images - pixabay
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Top 33 Plant-Based Foods High In Magnesium - Complete List
 
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This video shows you which are the best foods highest in magnesium. Magnesium helps your muscles, heart, and immune system to function properly—and studies suggest that nearly half of the people in the United States aren't consuming enough of this mineral. A Harvard University study found that high daily magnesium intake reduces the risk of developing type 2 diabetes by 33% and also wards off depression and migraines. Here are top 33 plant-based foods high in potassium: Note – all the data represent the amount of magnesium per 100g. DVs are based on a 2,000-calorie diet for healthy adults. #1 Pumpkin Seeds — 535 mg (134% DV) #2 Flaxseeds — 392mg (98%DV) #3 Brazil Nuts — 376mg (94%DV) #4 Sesame Seeds – 356 mg (89%DV) #5 Cashews — 292mg (73%DV) #6 Almonds — 268mg (67% DV) #7 Pine Nuts — 251mg (63%DV) #8 Oat Bran — 235mg (59%DV) #9 Walnuts — 201mg (50%DV) #10 Peanuts — 168mg (42%DV) #11 Pecans — 121mg (30%DV) #12 Pistachios — 120mg (30%DV) #13 Spinach, cooked, boiled, drained, without salt – 87mg (22%DV) #14 Chard, swiss, cooked, boiled, drained, without salt — 86 mg (21% DV) #15 Black Beans Beans, cooked, boiled, without salt — 70 mg (17% DV) #16 Figs, dried, uncooked — 67 mg (17% DV) #17 Prunes, dehydrated (low-moisture), uncooked — 64mg (16%DV) #18 Quinoa, cooked — 64mg (16%DV) #19 Apricots, dehydrated (low-moisture), sulfured, uncooked — 63mg (16%DV) #20 Dates, medjool — 54mg (14%DV) #21 Chickpeas, cooked, boiled, without salt — 48mg (12%DV) #22 Red Kidney Beans, cooked, boiled, without salt — 45mg (11%DV) #23 Millet, cooked — 44mg (11%DV) #24 Lentils, cooked, boiled, without salt — 36mg (9%DV) #25 Kale, raw — 34mg (8%DV) #26 Zucchini — 33mg (8%DV) #27 Wild rice, cooked — 32mg (8%DV) #28 Raisins — 30mg (8%DV) #29 Avocados — 29 mg  (7% DV) #30 Bananas — 27mg (7%DV) #31 Turnip greens, cooked, boiled, drained, without salt — 22mg (5%DV) #32 Broccoli, raw — 21mg (5%DV) #33 Collards, cooked, boiled, drained, without salt — 20mg (5%DV) Source – http://www.yourhealthremedy.com/health-tips/magnesium-glycinate/ http://www.yourhealthremedy.com/health-tips/magnesium-malate/ Images - pixabay Music http://bensound.com/
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20 Best Foods For Psoriasis
 
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Because psoriasis is an inflammatory condition, some people who have it say they can manage it better if they eat more inflammation-fighting foods. Therefore, here is a list of 20 foods with potent anti-inflammatory properties: #1 Red Cabbage #2 Turmeric #3 Blueberries #4 Carrots #5 Garlic #6 Almonds #7 Quinoa #8 Papayas #9 Sweet Potatoes #10 Flax Seeds #11 Pineapples #12 Oats #13 Red Onions #14 Apples #15 Radishes #16 Walnuts #17 Kale #18 Mangoes #19 Ginger #20 Beets Thank you. This was our video about Good Foods for Psoriasis Sufferers, Best Foods For Psoriasis diet plan, Foods to Eat to Fight Psoriasis. Images - pixabay https://www.flickr.com/photos/psoriasis-netz/24905965693 Music - https://www.youtube.com/user/teknoaxe Recommended videos: 1.Back Pain Vs Kidney Pain – Symptoms, Causes, Differences - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZykicX7Dq0Q 2. Top 20 Foods To Avoid For Dry Skin - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sAoVWSFFVBQ
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Top 15 Plant-Based Foods High In Iodine – List
 
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Iodine is a component of almost every living animal and plant. It is needed to make the thyroid hormones. These hormones are required for various body processes including growth, regulating metabolism and for the development of a baby’s brain during pregnancy and early life. Fertility in general also requires adequate iodine stores, with the need becoming even more important for women who breastfeed. In our entire lifetime, we need less than one teaspoon of this mineral for proper development and health. However, the body cannot store iodine; hence, you need to eat a little bit of it every day. A deficiency in iodine can have an adverse impact on the human body. For instance, an iodine deficiency has numerous adverse effects on growth and development and is the most common cause of preventable mental retardation in the world. During pregnancy and early infancy, this type of deficiency can cause irreversible effects. Fortunately, there are many vegetables, fruits, legumes, and grains that make it easy to get the iodine your body needs each day. They include: #15 Apples (1 medium), 3 mcg (3% DV) #14 Bananas (1 medium), 3 mcg (3% DV) #13 White Rice, cooked (1/2 cup), 4mcg (3%DV) #12 Green Peas (1 cup cooked), 6 mcg (4% DV) #11 Dried Prunes (5 prunes), 13 mcg (9% DV) #10 Strawberries (1 cup), 13 mcg (9% DV) #9 Corn (1/2 cup), 14 mcg (9% DV) #8 Lima beans (1 cup cooked), 16 mcg (10% DV) #7 White Bread (2 slices), 45 mcg (30% DV) #6 Soy Nuts (1/4 cup), 60 mcg (40% DV) #5 Baked Potatoes (1 medium potato), 60 mcg (40% DV) #4 Navy Beans (1 cup cooked), 64 mcg (42% DV) #3 Himalayan Crystal Salt (1/2 gram), 250 mcg (167% DV) #2 Cranberries (4 ounces), 400 mcg (267% DV) #1 Dried Seaweed (1/4 ounce), 4,500 mcg (3000% DV) Note - The iodine content in foods can vary considerably. The mineral content of foods depends on the mineral content of the soil where the food was grown. In addition, food grown near the ocean tends to be higher in iodine. Thank you. This was our video with top natural sources - fruits and vegetables high in iodine. Recommended videos: 1.Top 20 Healthy Foods High In Carbs (Carbohydrates) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SgA8Q8SpQSA 2.Top 17 Plant-Based Foods High In Omega 3 Fatty Acids - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vTvq3rVwq7A Images - pixabay Music: http://www.purple-planet.com
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Telomeres And Aging | What Are Telomeres? | How To Lengthen Telomeres?
 
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What Are Telomeres? A telomere is a region of repetitive nucleotide sequences at each end of a chromosome, that protects the end of the chromosome from fusion with neighboring chromosomes or from deterioration. They have been compared to the plastic tips on shoelaces since they keep chromosome ends from fraying and sticking to each other, that would destroy or scramble an organism's genetic information. Telomeres consist of the same short DNA sequence repeated over and over again - hundreds or even thousands of times. In humans, the telomere sequence is TTAGGG. In young humans, telomeres are about 8,000-10,000 nucleotides long. They shorten with each cell division, nevertheless, when they reach a critical length the cell stops dividing or dies. Therefore, the processes of cell death and cell aging are regulated in part by telomeres. Telomeres And Aging Shorter telomeres have a negative effect on our overall health. For instance, telomeres protect a cell's chromosomes from fusing with each other or rearranging — abnormalities that ultimately can lead to cancer — and so cells are normally destroyed when their telomeres are consumed. Short telomeres also increase the likelihood of cells becoming senescent and producing molecules which lead to inflammation, another important risk factor for various diseases. what do telomeres do? what are telomeres and why are they important? Also, telomere shortening is the primary cause of age-related break down of our cells. This happens because when telomere length reaches a critical limit, the cell undergoes senescence and/or apoptosis. Telomere length may, therefore, serve as a biological clock to determine the lifespan of an organism and a cell. How To Lengthen Telomeres? Lower your stress levels - chronic stress can increase the odds that your telomeres will deteriorate. For instance, according to a study conducted at the University of California, Los Angeles, people who practiced just twenty minutes a day of mindfulness meditation experienced a 44% increase in their activity of telomerase, an enzyme which lengthens telomeres. Physical exercise - one recent study established that the more different kinds of exercise people did, the longer their telomeres. Another study concluded that middle-aged adults who were intense runners had telomere lengths which were, on average, 75% longer than their sedentary counterparts. Spend time outside - people with higher levels of vitamin D are more likely to have longer telomeres, and vice versa. This actually means that individuals with higher levels of the sunshine vitamin may actually age more slowly than persons with lower levels of this vitamin. Sleep - if you are getting less than seven hours a night or going to bed at different times every day, you are more likely to suffer from oxidative stress and inflammation, that can shorten your telomeres. Antioxidants - the consumption of a whole food plant-based diet and its wide range of antioxidants neutralize free radical damage. These antioxidants help reduce free radical damage and preserve DNA function. In some cases, antioxidants even help repair DNA. Eat foods high in folate - plasma concentrations of folate (also known as vitamin B9) correspond to telomere length in both women and men because vitamin B9 has an essential role in the maintenance of DNA methylation and DNA integrity, both of which influence the length of your telomeres. Thank you. This was our video about define telomeres, telomeres and cancer, telomeres and telomerase, or telomeres aging. References https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3370421/ https://med.stanford.edu/news/all-news/2015/01/telomere-extension-turns-back-aging-clock-in-cultured-cells.html Images - pixabay Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Recommended videos: 1.15 Foods To Eat During Pregnancy To Get A Healthy Baby - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ak5LqlzxMTc 2.The Meaning Of Coughing Up Mucus (Yellow, Green, Brown, White) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EeDYhcNOB4c
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25 Best Foods For Diarrhea
 
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Diarrhoea commonly happens when extra fluid leaks into the bowel, leading to watery stools, or when fluid cannot be absorbed from your bowel contents. There are about 2 billion cases of diarrhea disease every year worldwide. More importantly,  1.9 million children under the age of 5 years old, the majority in developing countries, die from this condition. Symptoms may include - urgent need to have a bowel movement, nausea, bloating, blood in the stool, fever, abdominal pain, abdominal cramps, and loose, watery stools, Here is a list of best foods for diarrhea: #1 Mashed Potatoes #2 Bananas #3 White Bread #4 White Rice #5 Oatmeal #6 Mushrooms #7 Applesauce #8 Toast #9 Sauerkraut #10 Ginger #11 Sweet Potatoes #12 Kimchi #13 Peaches #14 Oat Bran #15 Kombucha #16 Apricots #17 Melons #18 Pasta #19 Squash #20 Grapefruit #21 Crackers #22 Carrots (boiled or steamed) #23 Tofu #24 Tomato Puree #25 Asparagus (cooked) Tips - Drink plenty of liquids so that you can stay hydrated and replace the fluids which you are losing. If you are drinking enough fluid, your urine will be almost clear or light yellow. Avoid fatty or fried foods since these can worsen diarrhea. Thank you. This video was about diet for diarrhea, foods that help diarrhea, diarrhea foods, diarrhea diet, and how to stop diarrhoea. Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Images - pixabay Recommended videos: 1.25 Best Foods For Gallstones - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgY1XDRfmWQ 2.Top 30 Fruits For Psoriasis - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=16TBNSTOLWw
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Top 21 Foods High In Niacin (Vitamin B3) - Vegetables & Fruits
 
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Niacin (also known as nicotinic acid) was the third B vitamin to be discovered. Vitamin B3 comes in 3 forms: Niacinamide, nicotinic acid, and Inositol Hexaniacinate. Like other B vitamins, niacin helps the body break down carbohydrates, proteins, and fats into energy, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center. There's good evidence that it helps reduce hardening of the arteries in some people. For people who have already had a heart attack, vitamin B3 seems to lower the risk of a second one. When applied topically to the skin, this effective vitamin reduces fine lines and wrinkles, redness, and skin yellowing. Here is a list of foods high in niacin, also known as vitamin b3: #21 Cauliflower, raw – 0,5mg/100g (3%DV) #20 Broccoli, raw – 0,6mg/100g (3%DV) #19 Potatoes, boiled, without salt – 1,4mg/100g (7%DV) #18 Green Peas, cooked, boiled, drained, without salt – 2,0mg/100g (10%DV) #17 Macadamia Nuts, dry roasted, with no added salt – 2,3mg/100g (11%DV) #16 Prunes, dehydrated (low-moisture), uncooked – 3,0mg/100g (15%DV) #15 Beans, sprouted, cooked, boiled – 3,0mg/100g (15%DV) #14 Chestnuts – 3,5mg/100g (18%DV) #13 Watermelon Seeds, dried – 3,6mg/100g (18%DV) #12 Apricots, dehydrated (low-moisture) – 3,6mg/100g (18%DV) #11 Corn – 3,6mg/100g (18%DV) #10 Almonds, dry roasted – 3,8mg/100g (18%DV) #9 Pine Nuts, dried – 4,4mg/100g (22%DV) #8 Sesame Seeds, whole, dried – 4,5mg/100g (23%DV) #7 Barley, pearled, raw – 4,6mg/100g (23%DV) #6 Millet, raw – 4,7mg/100g (24%DV) #5 Sunflower Seeds, dry roasted – 7mg/100g (35%DV) #4 Spirulina – 12,8mg/100g (64%DV) #3 Peanuts, dry-roasted, without salt – 13,5mg/100g (68%DV) #2 Shiitake Mushrooms – 14,1mg/100g (71%DV) #1 Rice Bran – 34mg/100g (170%DV) Thank you. This was our video with top foods rich in niacin (vitamin B3). Source – http://www.yourhealthremedy.com/health-tips/foods-high-in-niacin/ Images – pixabay Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Recommended videos: 1. Top 18 Foods High In Arginine That Improve Your Blood Circulation - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Ltf0NKc_HE 2. 11 Signs And Symptoms Of Vitamin D Deficiency In Men & Women - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X8cf_03nDis
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Top 20 Fruits High in Calcium
 
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Calcium forms about 2 percent of total body weight in an adult. It is found in the human body as deposits in the teeth and bones in high volumes. The human body doesn't produce this essential mineral, therefore, you must get it through diet. It is incredibly important for healthy blood pressure, along with minerals such as potassium and magnesium. Moreover, it is crucial for strong teeth and bones, and it is especially important for young adults and children to bone up on this essential mineral. Calcium also has an important part in how fat is stored and broken down since according to research the more calcium in a fat cell, the more fat it burns. Also, there is good evidence that this mineral can help prevent cardiovascular problems. Here Is A List Of Top 20 Fruits High in Calcium: #1 Figs – 162mg/100g (16%DV) #2 Olives – 94mg/100g (9%DV) #3 Jujube – 79mg/100g (8%DV) #4 Tamarinds – 74mg/100g (7%DV) #5 Prunes – 72mg/100g (7%DV) #6 Dates, medjool – 64mg/100g (6%DV) #7 Kumquats – 62mg/100g (6%DV) #8 Currants – 55mg/100g (6%DV) #9 Raisins – 53mg/100g (5%DV) #10 Oranges – 43mg/100g (4%DV) #11 Mulberries – 39mg/100g (4%DV) #12 Sapotes – 39mg/100g (4%DV) #13 Elderberries – 38mg/100g (4%DV) #14 Tangerines – 37mg/100g (4%DV) #15 Jackfruit – 34mg/100g (4%DV) #16 Kiwi – 34mg/100g (4%DV) #17 Limes – 33mg/100g (3%DV) #18 Clementines – 30mg/100g (3%DV) #19 Blackberries – 29mg/100g (3%DV) #20 Papayas – 24mg/100g (2%DV) Thank you. This video was about fruits rich in calcium, foods rich in calcium, foods high in calcium, sources of calcium. Images - pixabay https://www.flickr.com/photos/53199286@N00/8445236828 https://www.flickr.com/photos/23401669@N00/3316017655/ Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Recommended videos: 1. Top 20 Fruits High In Protein - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8oEP6daRgv4 2.Top 25 Vegetables High In Vitamin C - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t6fp_x3oIyM
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17 Foods Good For Beautiful Skin And Healthy Hair
 
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#1 Sweet Potatoes – they are an excellent source of beta carotene, that converts into the powerful anti-aging vitamin A. This nutrient is vital for allowing proper moisture retention to the epidermis, helping to remove dead skin as well as preventing wrinkles. #2 Oats - they are rich in fiber, iron, zinc, and omega-3 fatty acids, that stimulate hair growth, making it healthy and thick. #3 Almonds - they are a good source of flavonoids and vitamin E (a nutrient which is important for skin health). In addition, according to a study from the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, almonds can help ward off damaging free radicals and possible even oxidative damage caused by smoking. #4 Lemons are packed with vitamin C, that helps the human body build collagen - a protein which is the primary connective tissue in the skin. Furthermore, vitamin C is an essential antioxidant which fights damage already done to the skin. #5 Red kidney beans are a storehouse of proteins, that help repair cells which have suffered free radical damage. #6 Flaxseeds are the best source of omega-3 fatty acids, that are required for a healthy heart, optimum brain function, and radiant skin. Moreover, research has concluded that the omega-3 fatty acids content in flaxseeds help soothe skin conditions, such as eczema or acne. #7 Carrots are a remarkable source of beta-carotene that transforms into vitamin A when ingested. It is crucial to note that none of the cells in the human body can function without vitamin A; therefore, it is recommended to consume a lot of foods rich in vitamin A. #8 Like so many dark green leafy vegetables, spinach is rich in amazing nutrients. For example, spinach has tons of vitamin A, plus iron, folate, beta carotene, and vitamin C. These important nutrients work together for a healthy scalp and mane and keep the hair moisturized, so it doesn't break. #9 Pomegranates are considered a hair and scalp superfood due to its antioxidant properties and UVA-blocking agents which prevent premature aging of the hair and skin. More importantly, they contain ellagic acid, which serves as a natural moisture sealant and makes the skin feel softer throughout the day. #10 Lentils are an excellent source of iron and protein, that support full-bodied hair. You can consume them in a hearty soup, as a side dish, or make your own lentil-veggie burgers. #11 Blueberries are loaded with anti-inflammatory agents and vitamins which help protect the skin from premature aging. Moreover, blueberries are rich in vitamin C, that keeps the skin strong and firm. #12 Brown rice is very high in selenium, an essential mineral which has been found to reduce acne in adults and teenagers when taken in conjunction with vitamin E. More importantly, selenium has also been shown to stimulate hair growth and decrease dandruff. #13 Kale is a good source of iron, and this mineral prevents hair brittleness and breakage. #14 Tomatoes are one of the best sources of the anti-aging antioxidant lycopene. Remember – the deeper, darker the tomato, the more loaded with lycopene it is. #15 Walnuts contain essential nutrients, such as - vitamin E and omega-3 fatty acids that help the skin stay smooth and plump. More importantly, walnuts protect the hair from sun damage and keep it lustrous and shiny. #16 Due to their high content of minerals (such as potassium and iron), prunes are good to have if you suffer from thinning of hair, stiff hay-like dry hair, and hair discoloration. #17 Chia seeds are packed with hair nourishing minerals, vitamins, and fats (especially omega 3). For instance, a dry, flaky scalp is commonly attributed to lack of omega-3 in the diet. Thank you. This was our video with foods good for healthy and glowing skin and healthy hair. Source - http://www.yourhealthremedy.com/ Images - pixabay Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Recommended videos: 11 Signs And Symptoms Of Vitamin D Deficiency In Men & Women - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X8cf_03nDis 2. Top 21 Foods High In Niacin (Vitamin B3) - Vegetables & Fruits - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GlYR-Olrqa0
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Top 25 Fruits High In Iron
 
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Iron is an essential trace mineral found in all living organisms. There are two types of iron — non-heme, that is from plants and heme, that is found in animal foods. Heme iron is found in animal foods which originally contained hemoglobin, like - fish, red meats, and poultry. Iron is required to form myoglobin, a protein in muscle cells, and it is important for certain enzymes which drive the human body's chemical reactions. Iron is involved in the production of red blood cells, components of the blood which transport oxygen from the lungs to the various organs and tissues. This essential mineral not only helps in the production of red blood cells, but it also becomes an important part of them. Here is a list of top 25 fruit high in iron: #1 Tamarinds – 2,8mg/100g (16%DV) #2 Persimmons – 2,5 mg/100g (14%DV) #3 Rowal – 2,2 mg/100g (12%DV) #4 Figs – 2 mg/100g (11%DV) #5 Raisins – 1,9 mg/100g (10%DV) #6 Mulberries – 1,9 mg/100g (10%DV) #7 Abiyuch – 1,6 mg/100g (9%DV) #8 Elderberries – 1,6 mg/100g (9%DV) #9 Passion-fruit – 1,6 mg/100g (9%DV) #10 Currants – 1,5 mg/100g (9%DV) #11 Roselle – 1,5 mg/100g (8%DV) #12 Carissa – 1,3 mg/100g (7%DV) #13 Prunes – 1,2 mg/100g (6%DV) #14 Groundcherries – 1 mg/100g (6%DV) #15 Sapotes – 1 mg/100g (6%DV) #16 Dates, medjool – 0,9 mg/100g (5%DV) #17 Kumquats – 0,9 mg/100g (5%DV) #18 Oranges – 0,8 mg/100g (4%DV) #19 Sapodilla – 0,8 mg/100g (4%DV) #20 Quinces – 0,7 mg/100g (4%DV) #21 Raspberries – 0,7 mg/100g (4%DV) #22 Blackberries – 0,6 mg/100g (3%DV) #23 Avocados – 0,6 mg/100g (3%DV) #24 Jackfruit – 0,6 mg/100g (3%DV) #25 Limes – 0,6 mg/100g (3%DV) Thank you. This video was about fruits rich in iron, Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Images - pixabay https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:BlackSapote_Cupidon2_Asit.jpg https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Roselle_2,_Hibiscus_sabdariffa,_2014.JPG https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Carissa_carandas_fruits.JPG https://www.flickr.com/photos/23401669@N00/3316017655/ Recommended videos: 1.List Of 25 Citrus Fruits - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k-_g7mY49BI&t=1s 2. 20 Foods High In Chromium That Help Control Blood Sugar - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TVRFnWcUEqs
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Top 11 Foods High In Boron For Healthy Bones
 
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Boron helps keep your bones strong and healthy, and it also prevents against bone disease and fuels cognitive function. Moreover, this trace mineral seems to work by affecting how well other minerals, like - phosphorous and magnesium, are handled by the body. Also, this mineral is used by many bodybuilders and athletes because it’s considered to increase the body’s capacity to produce and use testosterone. The average reported boron intake in the American diet is 0.96 mg per day for women and 1.17 mg per day for men. The Recommended Dietary Allowance of boron has not been identified, but it is estimated that 1-3 mg intake of the mineral is safe and beneficial. Therefore, here are top 11 foods high in boron for healthy bones: #11 Lentils – 0,7 mg /100 grams #10 Dates – 1 mg /100 grams #9 Cashew – 1,1 mg /100 grams #8 Prunes – 1,1 mg /100 grams #7 Red kidney beans  – 1,4 mg /100 grams #6 Walnut – 1,6 mg /100 grams #5 Brazil Nuts – 1,7 mg /100 grams #4 Apricots, dried – 2,1 mg /100 grams #3 Hazelnuts – 2,7 mg /100 grams #2 Almonds – 2,8 mg /100 grams #1 Raisins – 4,5mg /100 grams Note - The amount of boron in the diet depends on the amount available in the soil and water. Thank you. This was our video with boron benefits and a list with foods with boron. Source - http://www.yourhealthremedy.com/ Images - pixabay Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Recommended videos: 1.Top 15 Plant-Based Foods High In Iodine – List - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5aAAkZWBV7E 2.Kidney Cleanse - 12 Best Herbs and Foods for Kidney Health - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gN-2F5IcxN4
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Top Foods High In Purines That Cause Gout – List
 
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A gout diet is a diet which contains foods that are low in purine. Purine is a substance found naturally in food and is also naturally produced by the human body. Purine by itself isn’t the problem. The problem is that purines break down into uric acid, that can form into crystals which deposit in the joints and cause pain and inflammation. This joint pain is referred to as gout, or a gout attack. It is very important to keep your diet in check to avoid food that increases the uric acid content in the body. It’s also important not to lose weight too quickly. Rapid weight loss may increase the amount of uric acid in your body. Studies have shown that vegetables high in purines do not increase the risk of gout or recurring gout attacks. A healthy diet based on lots of vegetables, seeds, nuts, and fruits can include high-purine vegetables, such as spinach, asparagus, cauliflower, peas, or mushrooms. Another interesting aspect of the vegetable and gout research has been the repeated finding that higher intake of vitamin C can lower risk of gout. In addition, drinking too much alcohol has been strongly associated with gout for many years. Some types of alcohol, especially beer, contain high levels of purines, that could be an indirect cause of gout. High-purine foods list to avoid include: Tuna,  herring, codfish, and haddock. Anchovies, scallops, sardines, and mussels. Organ meats, such as heart, brains, liver, kidney, and sweetbreads. Wild game meats, like goose and duck. Yeast extracts taken in the form of a supplement. Gravies and sauces made with meat. Thank you. This was our video with foods high in purines (low purine diet) as well as foods to avoid with gout. Source - http://www.yourhealthremedy.com/harmful-compounds/gout-foods-purines/ Images - pixabay Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Recommended videos: 1.Top 20 Plant Based Foods High In Vitamin A - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7DLuGrIdYP0 2.Top 21 Plant-Based Foods High In Phosphorus – List - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YKYBs6lwZ7U
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Top 30 Foods High In Fiber
 
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Dietary fiber, found in vegetables, fruits, legumes, legumes, nuts, and grains  — is best known for its capacity to relieve or prevent constipation because it passes through the human body with very little change in the digestive system. Fiber comes in two varieties: soluble and insoluble. Soluble fiber dissolves into the water in the digestive system to form a gel-like substance. Insoluble fiber does not dissolve in water. It is the bulky fiber which helps to prevent constipation, and is found in wheat cereals, whole grains,  and vegetables, like - celery, carrots, and tomatoes. Health Benefits Of dietary Fiber Fiber plays an essential role in the  heart, digestive, and skin health, as well as it may improve weight management, blood sugar control, and more It also helps your cholesterol levels by blocking LDL cholesterol from making it into the bloodstream. It is the soluble fiber which does the most work in cardiovascular health. When you eat high-fiber foods, this considerably increased bulk takes up more space in the stomach. This is directly related to fullness since the stomach is a "volume counter" rather than a "calorie counter." According to a study issued in the Annals of Oncology, for every 10 g of dietary fiber you intake is strongly associated with a 10% lowered risk of colorectal cancer and a 5% fall in breast cancer risk. Moreover, individuals who consume the most dietary fiber (meaning more than 26 g per day) lowered their odds of the disease by about 18%, compared to individuals who consumed less than 19 grams per day. Here is a list of top foods high in fiber: #1 Chia Seeds – 37,7g/100g (151%DV) #2 Flax Seeds – 27,3g/100g (109%DV) #3 Sesame Seeds – 16,9g/100g (68%DV) #4 Oat Bran – 15,4g/100g (62%DV) #5 Almonds – 11,8g/100g (47%DV) #6 Hazelnuts – 11g/100g (44%DV) #7 Passion-fruit – 10,4g/100g (42%DV) #8 Pistachio Nuts – 10,3g/100g (41%DV) #9 Figs  – 9,8g/100g (39%DV) #10 Pecans – 9,6g/100g (38%DV) #11 Sunflower Seeds – 9g/100g (36%DV) #12 Macadamia Nuts – 8,6g/100g (34%DV) #13 Dates – 8g/100g (32%DV) #14 Lentils – 7,9g/100g (32%DV) #15 Chickpeas – 7,6g/100g (30%DV) #16 Red Kidney Beans – 7,4g/100g (30%DV) #17 Prunes – 7,1g/100g (28%DV) #18 Elderberries – 7g/100g (28%DV) #19 Lima Beans – 7g/100g (28%DV) #20 Raisins – 6,8g/100g (27%DV) #21 Avocados  – 6,8g/100g (27%DV) #22 Currants – 6,8g/100g (27%DV) #23 Raspberries  – 6,5g/100g (26%DV) #24 Green Peas – 5,5g/100g (22%DV) #25 Tamarinds – 5,1g/100g (22%DV) #26 Cranberries – 4,6g/100g (18%DV) #27 Beets – 3,7g/100g (14%DV) #28 Pears – 3,6g/100g (14%DV) #29 Dandelion Greens – 3,5g/100g (14%DV) #30 Carrots – 2,8g/100g (11%DV) Thank you. This was our video about what foods are high in fiber, foods that are high in fiber, foods high in soluble fiber, high in fiber foods, foods high in insoluble fiber, foods high in fiber list for constipation, high fiber foods, high fiber diet, foods rich in fiber, foods with fiber. Images - pixabay Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Recommended videos: 1.Top 20 Foods That Cause Constipation - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JwoaS1msMII 2.Top 20 Foods That Cause Kidney Stones - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8bEFOBZrwoM
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Top 18 Foods High In Arginine That Improve Your Blood Circulation
 
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Arginine is an amino acid, the building block of protein, which is naturally produced in your body but is also found in most foods. Occasionally, a person's need for this amino acid may exceed the body's capacity to produce naturally. This is commonly true for older adults or patients with certain medical conditions. Many studies show that arginine is beneficial for lowering inflammation and improving the health of the blood vessels and cardiovascular system. Furthermore, both women and men report that this amino acid seems to increase their libido and some also report that arginine gives them more powerful orgasms. Additionally, research shows that arginine might lessen recovery time after surgery and ease migraines. Lastly, arginine is required for the synthesis of creatine, that helps to supply energy to all cells in the body as well as it is necessary for muscle contraction. Knowing these benefits of arginine, here is a list of top 18 superfoods high in arginine that improve your blood circulation: #18 Soybeans – 1291 mg/100g #17 Kidney beans – 1509 mg/100g #16 Mung beans – 1672 mg/100g #15 Flaxseeds – 1925 mg/100g #14 Chia seeds – 1983 mg/100g #13 Pistachios – 2108 mg/100g #12 Cashews - 2123 mg/100g #11 Brazil nuts – 2148 mg/100g #10 Hazelnuts – 2222 mg/100g #9 Pine nuts – 2251 mg/100g #8 Walnuts – 2278 mg/100g #7 Sunflower seeds – 2403 mg/100g #6 Fava beans - 2411mg/100g #5 Almonds – 2562 mg/100g #4 Sesame seeds – 2630 mg/100g #3 Peanuts – 2832 mg/100g #2 Pumpkin seeds – 4033 mg/100g #1 Watermelon seeds – 4897 mg/100g Note - Taking arginine supplements may make some health issues worse. Thank you. This was our video with arginine foods (amino acids foods). Images - pixabay Source - http://www.yourhealthremedy.com/ Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Recommended videos: 1. 17 Plant-Based Foods High In Lutein And Zeaxanthin - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1FPyO-COco 2.17 Healthy Foods High In Calories For Weight Gain - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zmardEBFgsg
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Top 10 Plant-Based Foods Highest In Zinc
 
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Find out which plants are highest in zinc. Health benefits of zinc: Zinc is an essential trace element which has substantial biological importance for animals and plants. Our bodies need this mineral to activate T cells, lymphocytes which attack infected or cancerous cells and regulate our immune system, according to the European Journal of Immunology. Furthermore, zinc controls and regulates the amount of testosterone in the body, that acts as a dominant role in causing acne. In addition, normal zinc levels are absolutely essential for fertility in both women and men, plus, it promotes more endurance and energy. Zinc deficiency increases the susceptibility to infection and also results in dysfunction of both humoral and cell-mediated immunity. Presently, the RDA - Recommended Dietary Allowance for this mineral in the US is 11 milligrams per day for men and 8 milligrams per day for women. Ingesting levels of zinc that exceeds the recommended dietary amount will result in diarrhea, vomiting, and stomach cramps. However, in-taking levels of zinc which exceed the RDA amount will result in vomiting, diarrhea, and stomach cramps. Here is a list of top 10 foods highest in zinc: #1 Wheat germ #2 Beans #3 Brown rice #4 Mushrooms #5 Spinach #6 Watermelon seeds #7 Pumpkin seeds #8 Chickpeas #9 Garlic #10 Walnuts Source – http://www.yourhealthremedy.com/health-tips/foods-highest-zinc/ Images credit – pixabay Music: http://www.bensound.com
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10 Natural Tips To Increase Hemoglobin
 
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Hemoglobin is an iron-rich protein in red blood cells which carries oxygen throughout the human body. Also, hemoglobin plays an essential role in maintaining the shape of the red blood cells. Some of the more common causes of low hemoglobin count are - kidney failure, nutritional deficiency (vitamin B12, iron, folate), bone marrow problems, or loss of blood (traumatic surgery, injury, colon cancer, bleeding, or stomach ulcer). Here Are 10 Natural Tips To Increase Hemoglobin: #1 Boost Your Iron Intake - iron is a mineral which is important for making healthy hemoglobin and red blood cells. Red kidney beans, peas, kale, spinach, lentils, chickpeas, blackstrap molasses, beet greens, potatoes, and prunes are all nutritious foods to boost your iron intake. #2 Boost Your Folate Levels - folate is a B-complex vitamin that is needed to make red blood cells. Some good food sources of folate are spinach, kale, brown rice, navy beans, lentils, pumpkin seeds, dates, almonds, raisins, peanuts, bananas, and broccoli. #3 Physical Exercise - according to studies, athletes have an increased total mass of hemoglobin and red blood cells in comparison to sedentary individuals. #4 Reduce Your Caffeine Intake - caffeine is one of several substances which interfere with the absorption of iron. If you are worried about iron-deficiency anemia, let one to three hours elapse between eating iron-rich meals and taking in caffeine. #5 Avoid Or Reduce Eggs Consumption - one boiled egg can reduce iron absorption by as much as 28%, according to the Iron Disorders Institute. This happens since eggs contain phosvitin, a protein compound which binds iron molecules together and prevents the human body from absorbing iron from foods. #6 Boos Your Vitamin C Intake - vitamin C increases iron absorption, therefore, be sure your diet includes oranges, tomatoes, sweet bell peppers, cranberries, cauliflower, red cabbage, kiwi, lemons, and broccoli. #7 Eat Beta-Carotene Rich Foods - beta-carotene helps the body to produce vitamin A as well as it can help it to absorb more iron. It is typically found in yellow, red, and orange fruits and vegetables, like - sweet potatoes, carrots, watermelons, winter squash, papayas, and mangos. #8 Avoid Cholesterol-lowering Medications - these drugs may interfere with the absorption of minerals and nutrients, like - folate, vitamin A, vitamin D, and vitamin K. #9 Avoid Or Reduce Cow's Milk And Dairy Products - these foods are low in iron, plus, their iron content is poorly absorbed. More importantly, dairy products decrease the absorption of iron from other dietary sources. #10 Increase Your Vitamin B12 Levels - vitamin B12 is an essential water-soluble vitamin, necessary for the human body to maintain healthy nerve cells and red blood cells as well as for the formation of DNA. The problem with vitamin B12, however, is absorption. You have to have a well-functioning pancreas and a healthy stomach in order to properly absorb this vitamin. Thank you. This video was about how to increase hemoglobin increase food, hemoglobin foods list. Images - pixabay https://www.flickr.com/photos/15977536@N06/4907420699 https://www.flickr.com/photos/clearlyambiguous/335601525 Music - https://www.youtube.com/user/teknoaxe Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Recommended videos: 1.25 Foods to Avoid When You Have Gallstones - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jE8aITK-LRM 2.20 Best Foods For Upset Stomach - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uam4hY2TAeE
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18 Foods High In Gluten To Avoid If You Have Celiac Disease
 
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There are about 190 medical conditions which gluten can cause or contribute to, the protein found in rye, wheat, and barley. Gluten consists of two proteins... glutenin and gliadin. It is the gliadin part that people usually react negatively to. Celiac disease is an autoimmune disorder in which eating gluten prompts your immune system to attack the lining of your small intestine. A gluten-free diet is basically a diet that removes all foods containing or contaminated with gluten. Nevertheless, since gluten-containing whole grains contain dietary fiber and nutrients including magnesium, B vitamins, manganese, and iron, it’s vital to make up for these missing important nutrients. Therefore, here is a list of foods high in gluten to avoid if you have celiac disease: #1 Wheat #2 Barley #3 Rye #4 Beer (unless explicitly gluten-free) #5 Root Beer #6 Processed Meats #7 Meatballs #8 Sauces & Gravies (many use wheat flour as a thickener) #9 Mayonnaise #10 Triticale #11 Spelt #12 Flour tortillas #13 Muffins #14 Crackers #15 Cookies #16 Modified Food Starch #17 Pasta #18 Couscous Note - Gluten, itself, may also enhance immune function. After seven days on added gluten protein, subjects on a recent study experienced considerably increased natural killer cell activity, that could be expected to improve our body’s capacity to fight viral infections and cancer. Thank you. This was our video with foods with gluten, gluten foods, celiac disease foods to avoid, or gluten intolerance foods to avoid. Source - http://www.yourhealthremedy.com/ Images - pixabay Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Recommended videos: 1.Top 20 Vegetables High In Calcium - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1yuwqVamETk 2.Top 20 Vegetables High In Potassium - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ucxBe4pai0
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Mirabilis Jalapa - Medicinal Uses and Health Benefits
 
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Learn the health benefits and medicinal uses of Mirabilis Jalapa. Mirabilis Jalapa plant, also known as the marvel of Peru and four o’clock flower, is available in a many different colors and cultivated in gardens. In addition, this flower has been recorded on waste ground and around habitation areas. There are 45 species in the Mirabilis genus of herbs and a single flower can be pink or white, plain yellow, or have a combination of flakes, sectors, and spots. However, it is usually red, crimson or orange, and starts to open like clockwork from 4 pm. This plant has been exported from the Peruvian Andes starting 1540. The plants are erect and spreading, 2-3 ft tall and just as wide. Medicinal uses of Mirabilis Jalapa The plant is known for its antiseptic, purgative, and diuretic properties. The roots of the plant are believed to be an aphrodisiac and the seeds poisonous. For candida and viruses use one-half cup of root infusion or 1-2 ml of tincture. Furthermore, the juice of the root is used in the treatment of indigestion, diarrhea, fevers and to treat scabies and muscular swellings. More importantly, a decoction is used to treat abscesses. Leaf juice may be used to treat wounds and dropsy (accumulation of excess water). According to a recent chemical analysis of the plant, it is rich in many active plant substances, such as - proteins, flavonoids, steroids, triterpenes, and alkaloids. References http://www.yourhealthremedy.com/medicinal-plants/mirabilis-jalapa-marvel-peru-medicinal-uses/ http://www.mindbodybloom.com/health/mirabilis-jalapa/ Images - pixabay Music - http://www.bensound.com/
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25 Foods To Avoid For Sinusitis
 
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Sinusitis is a swelling or inflammation of the tissue lining the sinuses. Symptoms include - cough, congestion, reduced sense of smell, nasal discharge, blocked nose, and facial pain. It can be caused by allergies, infection, and particulate irritation of the sinuses. Decreasing the inflammatory causative factors in your body is the best way to prevent sinusitis. Here is a list of 25 inflammatory foods: #1 Red & Processed Meat #2 Cheese #3 Soy Sauce #4 French Fries #5 Frozen Dinners #6 Hamburgers #7 Margarine #8 Ice cream #9 Shellfish #10 Canned Foods #11 Cakes #12 Pizza #13 Salad Dressings #14 Doughnuts #15 Potato Chips #16 Sausages #17 Yogurt #18 Cookies #19 Sour cream #20 Salami #21 Chocolate #22 Crackers #23 Pickled foods #24 Eggs #25 Candy Tips Quit smoking since cigarette smoke can irritate the sinuses. Spicy foods, like - horseradish, can help open congested sinuses. Staying fully hydrated helps the white blood cells work better, that enables the immune system to fight infection more efficiently. Thank you. This video was about diet for sinusitis, Foods To Avoid For Sinusitis, bad foods for sinusitis, foods not to eat for sinusitis, sinusitis diet, Images - pixabay https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Shellfish.jpg https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Blausen_0800_Sinusitis.png https://www.flickr.com/photos/32959686@N00/10936570 Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Recommended videos: 1.12 Health Benefits of Flaxseed - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=63-TBBfFSEE 2.20 Foods To Avoid For Liver Health - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qjx8AF3O_ik
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11 Everyday Foods That Naturally Lower Uric Acid In The Body
 
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Gout is the most common form of inflammatory arthritis. It is caused by an elevation of serum uric acid levels which lead to an accumulation of crystals in the joints. Factors that can contribute to a high uric acid level include - excess alcohol consumption, a diet high in purines (purines are broken down into uric acid), obesity, renal insufficiency, genetics, underactive thyroid, and metabolic or endocrine conditions such as diabetes or acidosis. To lower the level of uric acid and prevent gout, it is essential to maintain good eating habits. Foods recommended to avoid this condition include: #1 Cherries have anti-inflammatory substances named anthocyanis which help reduce uric acid levels as well as they prevent the uric acid from crystallizing and being deposited in the joints. Consuming 200 g per day is considered to be a sufficient quantity in bringing down uric acid levels in the body. #2 Berries, especially blueberries and strawberries, have strong anti-inflammatory properties, therefore, include them in your regular diet. Also, the resveratrol found in many berries have anti-arthritic nature and has been found to be therapeutic in treating arthritis. #3 Bananas are one of the world's most popular fruits, stuffed with vitamins and minerals, especially potassium. Interestingly, the potassium present in bananas contains organic salts like malate and citrate. These salts can neutralize uric acid in the urine. #4 Garlic helps treat various conditions because it has antibacterial, antifungal, and antiparasitic properties. Garlic also contains sulfur which is important for the regulation of uric acid levels. #5 Lime contains citric acid (about 6 percent) which helps in dissolving the uric acid. It definitely should be included in your gout diet since lime is also a stimulant to the liver. #6 The alkalinity of the minerals in cucumber juice effectively helps in regulating the body’s blood pH and for removing uric acid in the joints. #7 Chia and flax seeds - they are one of the best sources of fiber, and according to the University of Maryland Medical Centre, foods rich in dietary fiber considerably help in lowering the levels of uric acid. #8 Celery seed is a popular home remedy to lower uric acid levels in the body due to its anti-inflammatory properties. #9 Artichokes have excellent diuretic properties to eliminate and reduce uric acid naturally. Moreover, artichokes contain lots of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and dietary fiber, that enhance the overall health. #10 Pinto beans are rich in vitamin B9 (better known as folate) which is very important for the treatment of gout since foods high in vitamin B9 can help reduce uric acid levels. #11 Apple cider vinegar is rich in malic acid which helps in the breakdown of uric acid. It is recommended to use organic, unfiltered ACV. Tip Drink plenty of fluids daily to reduce your uric acid levels because it helps your body get rid of excess uric acid. Thank you. This was our video with everyday foods that lower uric acid in the body, gout diet, or diet for gout. source - http://www.yourhealthremedy.com/ Images - pixabay Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Recommended videos: 1.Top 20 Foods High In Nitrates To Boost Nitric Oxide - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IoYAv5PiP_A 2.Top 20 Foods High In Starch - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=huZCHTabx7Q
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12 Health Benefits of Flaxseed
 
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Flaxseed or linseed comes from the flax plant, an annual herb. They’re an excellent source of omega-e fatty acids, protein, vitamin E, niacin, riboflavin, thiamin, potassium, vitamin B6, folate, calcium, manganese, iron, zinc, phosphorus, magnesium, selenium, and more. Here Are 12 Health Benefits of Flaxseed: #1 The Best Source of Lignans - these seeds contain 75 to 800 times more lignans than other plant foods. Lignans are fiber-related polyphenols which provide us with antioxidant benefits for hormone balance, anti-aging, and cellular health. #2 Omega-3 - Flaxseeds are the best source of the omega-3 fatty acid ALA. Plant-based ALA fatty acids have heart health benefits and are strongly associated with a lower risk of stroke. #3 Good For Type 2 Diabetics - according to a study published in Nutrition Research, there is substantial evidence to suggest that consuming 1 tsp of these seeds per day improves glycemic control in overweight and obese women and men with pre-diabetes. #4 Reduces LDL Cholesterol - the soluble fiber content in linseed prevents the human body from absorbing LDL cholesterol which comes with animal-based food. #5 Rich In Protein - Linseed is a great source of dietary proteins, having a high essential amino acid index as well as providing most of the daily intake of proteins which the body needs. #6 Prevents Cancer - the lignans present in these seeds have potent antigenic properties. They prevent the tumors from forming new blood cells. Moreover, lignans increase the production of other compounds, that regulate estrogen levels by guiding excess estrogen out of the human body. #7 Weight Loss - since flaxseed is full of dietary fiber and healthy fats, it will help you feel satisfied longer, therefore, you will eat fewer calories overall that may lead to weight loss. #8 Skin Health - the essential fats, vitamins, and minerals help maintain cell membranes while minimizing flakes, reducing dryness, and combatting skin conditions, such as - rosacea and acne. #9 Improves Digestion - linseeds are high in insoluble and soluble fiber, that can help prevent constipation because of their high content of mucilage gums. #10 Anti-inflammatory Properties - consuming flaxseeds can reduce the production of inflammatory compounds, hence, lowering the risk of conditions, such as - migraine, rheumatoid arthritis, or childhood asthma. #11 Menopausal Symptoms - regular consumption of flaxseeds can help tackling irregular periods and help reduce menopausal symptoms. #12 Cardiovascular Health - the risk of heart disease is considerably reduced in people who consume linseed regularly. For instance, according to research, individuals who eat a lot of ALA are less likely to suffer a heart attack. Tip - the nutrients in flaxseeds are more easily absorbed when the seeds are ground than when they are whole. Therefore, it is recommended to eat ground flaxseeds to achieve the most health benefits. Once ground, it is essential to store your linseed powder in a glass container, in the refrigerator. Thank you. This was our video about flax seed benefits, health benefits of ground flaxseed, flax seed nutrition facts, or flaxseed weight loss. Images - pixabay Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Recommended videos: 1.Top 20 Healthy Foods High In Strontium For Strong Bones - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iyNXnlYIVAU 2.20 Foods To Avoid For Prostate Health - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZltQ8TFiecE
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10 Signs and Symptoms of Low Potassium (Hypokalemia)
 
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Potassium is the 3rd most abundant mineral in the body. It is also an electrolyte which regulates blood pressure, muscle activity, water retention, and proper function of every cell in your body. Low potassium (hypokalemia) refers to a lower than normal potassium level in your bloodstream. The normal potassium level is 3.5-5.0 mmol/L (millimoles per liter). Here are 10 Signs and Symptoms of Low Potassium (Hypokalemia): #1 Potassium plays a role in smooth muscle contraction, so when levels are low, you might experience aches and even spasms. #2 A large drop in potassium levels may lead to abnormal heart rhythms, particularly in people with heart disease. This can cause you to feel lightheaded or faint. #3 A new study concluded that low potassium may be an especially important contributor to high blood pressure. Furthermore, scientists established that ”the lower the potassium in the urine, hence the lower the potassium in the diet, the higher the blood pressure." #4 Potassium is vital for learning and memorization. If your body is deficient in this essential mineral, you may experience difficulty in retaining information, focusing, or completing specific tasks. #5 There is a positive association between potassium and bone mineral density, according to a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine. Moreover, their findings hint that potassium is crucial for women who are approaching menopause and concerned about bone demineralization. #6 There is a strong association between potassium deficiency and irritability, anxiety, anger, and depression. More importantly, a lack of potassium may play a role in constipation, insomnia, and too much acidity in the body. #7 According to recent research, even low-normal potassium scores on a blood test are associated with considerably increased risk for type 2 diabetes mellitus. This risk applies to anyone who eats fewer foods rich in potassium and in people ingesting diuretic medicines for high blood pressure control. #8 One of the most frequent low potassium symptoms is a general feeling of fatigue. This would be fatigue which is not brought on by overexertion, but that encompasses the whole body with no explainable reason. #9 Consuming foods rich in potassium was able to lower the joint pain levels in individuals who participated in a 2008 study which was issued in the “Journal of Pain.” #10 If hypokalemia lasts for an extended time, kidney problems may develop, that may lead to the patient urinating frequently and drinking large amounts of water. Tip Using the following potassium-rich foods, you can learn what kinds of food you need to eat regularly to meet your requirements and avoid a deficiency. Foods high in potassium include bananas, avocado, spinach, cantaloupe, beet greens, carrots, sweet potatoes, potatoes, prunes, pistachios, tomatoes, dried apricots, red kidney beans, white beans, and chickpeas. Source – http://ow.ly/yRml30cJDbK Images – pixabay Music: http://www.bensound.com/
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White Blood Cells – Types & Function | The Meaning of High White Blood Cell Count
 
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What do white blood cells do/ White blood cells, also called leukocytes, are the cells which help the body fight against infectious invaders, including viruses, bacteria, parasites, and fungi. They circulate in lymph fluid and blood and may also be found in body tissues. Types and Function of White Blood Cells There are several types of white blood cells, each with a different function. The main five types are: Neutrophils - they are the first responders when we are injured or sick, and they help keep us healthy by consuming bacteria in our bodies. They are the most abundant type of white blood cells in our body. Each neutrophil lives less than a day, hence, your bone marrow must constantly make new neutrophils to maintain protection against infection. Lymphocytes - they are special because they can become "memory cells". When scientists talk about a person being "immune", they are referring to the capacity of that person's lymphocytes to remember a foreign invader. Monocytes - they are responsible for attacking and breaking down bacteria or germs which enter a person's body. Eosinophils - they are prominent at the sites of allergic reactions and parasitic infections. Basophils - they are the rarest type of white blood cells, making up only 1 percent of the white blood cells found in a blood smear. The Meaning of High White Blood Cell Count Most people will produce large numbers of white blood cells, around 100 billion every day. Normal reported laboratory levels are between 4,000 and 11,000 cells per microliter of blood, however, this can vary according to a person's race. People with high white blood cell count, a condition also referred as leukocytosis, usually don’t have any specific signs and symptoms, but may have a medical condition which is responsible for raising white blood cell levels. A high level of white blood cells count can also indicate: #1 An immune system disorder which increases white blood cell production. #2 A disease of bone marrow, which is causing the abnormally high production of leukocytes. #3 Inflammation or inflammatory conditions including vasculitis, rheumatoid arthritis, or inflammatory bowel disease. #4 A reaction to a medicine which increases white blood cell production. These drugs include cancer drugs, anti-inflammatory drugs, and medications for mental problems. #5 An increased production of white blood cells to fight an infection. For example, if a patient is afflicted with a viral infection, high white blood cell count occurs during the initial stages of infection. Note - Severe emotional or physical stress can also cause an increased WBC count. Thank you. This was our video about elevated white blood cells and white blood cells definition. References https://www.urmc.rochester.edu/encyclopedia/content.aspx?ContentTypeID=160&ContentID=35 http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/315133.php Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Images - pixabay Recommended videos: 1.The Meaning Of Coughing Up Mucus (Yellow, Green, Brown, White) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EeDYhcNOB4c 2.Telomeres And Aging | What Are Telomeres? | How To Lengthen Telomeres? - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gE767VwKKKo
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15 Different Types Of Meditation (Buddhist, Zen, Mindfulness ...)
 
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Meditation is a process of training your mind to focus and redirect your thoughts. You can use the practice of meditation to increase awareness of yourself and your surroundings. Furthermore, meditation brings the brainwave pattern into an alpha state which promotes healing. It cleanses and nourishes you from within and calms you, whenever you feel unstable, overwhelmed, or emotionally shut down. Here are 15 Different Types Of Meditation You Can Use To Balance Your Hormones And Relieve Anxiety: #1 Mindfulness Meditation - it is one the most powerful and alternative meditation techniques, that emphasizes on cultivating a highly receptive mindful attention toward any objects or action within your sphere of influence. It is a simple method to reduce anxiety, depression, and perceived distress. You require sitting with crossed legs, a straight back and a willingness to be honest with yourself. The focus of mindfulness meditation is your breathing. Whenever you find your thoughts wandering, you just notice them and then return your focus to your breath. #2 Zen Meditation - Zen is also known as Zazen, that means “seated meditation.” It comes from Buddhism, that is more of a philosophy than a religion. Zen meditation can help combat stress, helps with chronic pain, fosters physical health, can make you sleep better, be more peaceful and more present. #3 Founded by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, transcendental meditation is the most studied type by scientists. It was made popular by celebrities, like the Beatles. Transcendental meditation is by far the most popular type of meditation with about 5 million practitioners worldwide. #4 Vipassana Meditation - it means one can see things as they are. This practice is based on self-observation, and by observing the variants of the mind, a person can take control over their mind. #5 Gazing Meditation (Trataka) — fixing the gaze on an external object, typically a candle, image or a symbol. Trataka meditation is done with eyes open, and then with eyes closed, to train both the concentration and visualization powers of the mind. #6 Metta Meditation (Loving-Kindness) - this is a type of meditation which involves cultivating unconditional kindness and love towards other human beings. The practice of this meditation is derived from Theravada Buddhism and is occasionally referred to as “compassion” meditation. #7 Mantra Meditation - it is prominent in many teachings, including Buddhist and Hindu traditions. This type of meditation uses a repetitive sound to clear the mind. It can be a phrase, word, or sound, such as the popular “Om.” #8 Yoga Nidra - it is the Sanskrit phrase for yogic sleep. This type of meditation is done lying down or in a reclined position, and although this may look like a nap, you are actually fully conscious during the meditation practice. #9 Vajrayana Meditation - This is a practice known as “tantric Buddhism” and incorporates the Lama and Guru yoga. Vajrayana meditation is considered a complex form of meditation which has continued to evolve in the Buddhist tradition. #10 Spiritual Meditation -it is for people who regularly participate in prayer, as it's based on communicating with God. Just like the other styles of meditation, you must become calm and then start to focus on a question or problem you might have. #11 Qi Gong meditation - this type of meditation is preferred by many because it improves posture, respiration, and the ability to relax with greater ease. It is one of the oldest forms of meditation and derives from ancient Chinese society. #12 Primordial Sound Meditation - it is actually a mantra-based meditation technique rooted in the Vedic tradition of India. David Simon and Deepak Chopra revived this practice at the Chopra Center for Wellbeing and created a mantra-based meditation program anyone can practice. #13 Dzogchen Meditation - it is a form of Tantric meditation that asks you to be aware of everything. This type of meditation is practiced with open eyes and one must avoid labeling feelings, thoughts, or sensations. #14 Kriya Yoga Meditation — it is a set of breathing and meditation exercises taught by Paramahamsa Yogananda. This is more suited for people who have a devotional temperament, and are seeking the spiritual aspects of meditation. #15 Self-inquiry meditation - the goal with this practice is to constantly pay attention to the inner awareness of “I” or the “Self.” Thank you. This was our video about best type of meditation, forms of meditation, meditation techniques, and forms of meditation. Source - http://www.insightstate.com/spirituality/types-of-meditation/ Images - pixabay Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Recommended videos: 1.Circumoral Cyanosis – Definition, Causes, Symptoms, Treatment - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WjhMBrDSs7w 2.11 Signs of Suppressed Emotions - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8om8BD4sc54
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Top 10 Plant-Based Foods Highest in Selenium
 
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Find out which are the best foods high in Selenium, a trace mineral. Selenium naturally appears in water and some foods. It’s estimated that 0.5 to 1 billion individuals worldwide suffer from Se deficiency while even more people ingest less of this mineral than is necessary to provide disease-prevention benefits. Health benefits of selenium for the body: This trace mineral benefits include the capacity to fight the aging process and help the immune system by reducing free radical damage. Furthermore, selenium is an active immunomodulator and a more potent antioxidant than vitamins A, C, or E. In a study, people who were given this mineral compared to placebo had a fifty percent lower cancer mortality in non-melanoma cancer. More importantly, a deficiency in this trace mineral produces biochemical changes that might predispose individuals who experience additional stresses to develop some types of disorders. Here is a list of top fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, grains and legumes rich in selenium. #1 Brazil nuts Brazil nuts are the richest source that has been discovered so far, mainly because the nut requires no selenium for its own function. #2 Sunflower seeds #3 Mushrooms (shiitake and portobello) #4 Whole grains #5 Broccoli #6 Asparagus #7 Garbanzo beans #8 Lima/Pinto Beans #9 Mustard seeds #10 Chia seeds Note - The amount of selenium in food often depends on the selenium concentration of the soil and water where the food was grown or raised. Source – http://www.yourhealthremedy.com/health-tips/top-10-vegetable-foods-highest-selenium/ Images credit – pixabay https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Brazil_nuts.jpg Music: http://www.bensound.com
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The 10 Best Natural Muscle Relaxers
 
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Learn which are the 10 best natural muscle relaxers. Muscle relaxers are usually taken by individuals looking to decrease tightness and pain associated with backaches, the muscle spasms, fibromyalgia and headaches symptoms. Bellow is a list of the best natural muscle relaxers: Kava root This natural herb is a good soothing natural medicine, although usually used to manage or alleviate a variety of pain episodes, Valerian The herb has been used for hundreds of years to relieve tension in muscles. Peppermint Peppermint oil is a remarkable natural painkiller and muscle relaxant. Epsom Salt Epsom salt natural increases the body’s magnesium levels, which is an important mineral when it comes to preventing and relieving pain. Chamomile Chamomile is the name for numerous related plants of the family Asteraceae, the aster family. The relaxing and soothing effect that it gives your physical body facilitates faster healing of the tissues. Cayenne pepper This pepper is usually used in homes for recipes and has been proven to be effective for relieving pain caused by muscle cramps. Rosemary essential oil This oil is known to relieve muscle and joint soreness. Vervain Vervain has been used for numerous conditions, including treatment of dysmenorrhea and stimulation of lactation. Catnip Health benefits of this plant include its ability to relieve anxiety and stress, calm restless sleep, and soothe the menstrual pain. Lavender Try using this oil directly on the temples to experience relaxing effects in a few minutes. Healing foods that fight pain naturally Choose the right foods and you may be able to reduce your inflammation level, such as – green vegetables, fruits, nuts or herbs. Images credit: https://www.flickr.com/photos/tarale/14090487142 pixabay Music: http://www.bensound.com Reference - http://www.awakeningstate.com/health/herbal-muscle-relaxers/
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How to Develop Your Child's Brain? – 10 Simple Ways
 
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Researchers found that the more mental stimulation a child gets, the more developed the parts of their brains dedicated to cognition and language will be in the decades ahead. Here are 10 simple ways to stimulate your baby's brain development: #1 Breast-feed - do it for as long as you can. It is a scientific fact that schoolkids who were breastfed as infants have higher IQs. #2 Outdoor Play - looking wide-eyed at the enormity of the sky, touching the grass, smelling nature’s surrounding fragrance, and listening to the songs of the birds flying free assists in cognitive development whilst instilling a lifelong appreciation for nature. #3 Building Blocks - blocks help develop experimentation – the ability to form a hypothesis, test it, and form a new one. Block play also helps kids learn words like down, up, under, over, in, and out. #4 Looking After Pets - for children, a close relationship with a pet (especially a dog) has proved of benefit in many studies. For example, in research with preschool children, psychologists found that teaching children to care for a puppy enhanced their social skills. #5 Diet - babies whose diets include an abundance of omega-3 essential fatty acids seem to have an edge in terms of early brain development because omega-3 fats are important for the developing brain, that accumulates large amounts of it during the first 2 years of life. The best source of omega-3 fatty acids is grounded flax seeds. #6 Avoid TVs, smartphones, or tablets - using these devices steals time away from your kid’s interacting, exploring, actively learning by manipulating things around him, and playing with you and others. These are all important activities which help your baby develop the skills he needs to grow socially, intellectually, and emotionally. #7 Read Books - researchers have found that babies as young as 7 months can learn to recognize the sequence of words in a story when it is read three times in a row. This is believed to help them learn language. If possible, aim for at least 20 minutes of reading per day. #8 Incorporate Counting  - according to research out of Harvard University, as early as 4 1/2 months, babies have a “number sense” which allows them to notice changes in the number of objects in front of them. #9 Bathtime - the sensory experience of soothing water can help boost brain development. For an added bonding bonus, enter into the tub with your baby to maximize precious skin-to-skin contact. #10 Hide-and-seek - the game of hide-and-seek can be used to open the learning centers in the brain to help our children strengthen their cognitive and emotional development through play. Thank you. This video was about How to Develop Your Child's Brain?, brain development in children, child brain development, brain development in infants, mental development, and different ways of stimulating brain development in children. Music - https://www.youtube.com/user/teknoaxe Images - pixabay https://www.flickr.com/photos/personalcreations/15354617845 https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Children_watching_TV.jpg https://www.flickr.com/photos/cmcbrien/6846818932 Recommended videos: 1.20 Foods To Avoid For Hypothyroidism - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dBdh-syD3Jo 2.20 Signs And Symptoms Of Baby Boy During Pregnancy - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VFMy7Khm-ow
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Apple Cider Vinegar – A Good Home Remedy For Bronchitis
 
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Bronchitis is an inflammation of the bronchial tubes, the airways that carry air to your lungs. People who have this condition often cough up thickened mucus, which can be discolored. Bronchitis may be either acute or chronic. Acute bronchitis - this is the more common one. Symptoms last for a few weeks, but it doesn’t usually cause any problems past that. Chronic bronchitis is a long-term illness and can be the result of environmental factors or extended illness and may need prescription medicines as a treatment. Causes of Bronchitis Bronchitis can be caused by bacteria, viruses, and other particles that irritate the bronchial tubes. Cigarette smoke and the chemicals in cigarettes make bronchitis worse and increase your risk of developing chronic bronchitis. Symptoms of Bronchitis The primary symptom of acute bronchitis is a cough. Other symptoms may include - a sore throat, sputum production, headache, nasal congestion, fatigue, muscle aches, or shortness of breath. How to Treat Bronchitis Cough Naturally With Apple Cider Vinegar Raw, organic, unfiltered and unpasteurized apple cider vinegar is one of the oldest and most useful remedies on Earth. The benefits of apple cider vinegar come from its powerful healing compounds, which include acetic acid, magnesium, probiotics, potassium, and enzymes. Organic, unfiltered apple cider vinegar also contains “mother,” strands of proteins, enzymes and friendly bacteria that give the product a murky, cobweb-like appearance. To find out how to use apple cider vinegar as a home remedy for acute bronchitis watch this video. Source -http://www.yourhealthremedy.com/health-tips/apple-cider-vinegar-remedy-bronchitis/ Images - pixabay Music -http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/music.html Recommended videos: 1.Baking Soda vs. Baking Powder - What's the Difference? - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wbN9WvG1QD0 2. 10 Home Remedies For Snoring In Adults That Work - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EUvS7ZxSqio
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22 Healthy Breakfast Plant-Based Foods For Diabetics - List
 
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Type 2 diabetes represents 90 percent of global diabetes cases and is usually referred to as “adult-onset diabetes”. Researchers have found that a low-fat plant-based diet may help type 2 diabetes mellitus patients to better manage their condition. According to a study issued in the Diabetes Care, 43 percent of patients with this condition who followed a low-fat plant-based diet for five months reduced the need to take diabetes prescription medicines. Here is a list of healthy breakfast plant-based foods for type 2 diabetics: #1 Grapefruits - studies show that people who consumed one red grapefruit daily lowered their triglycerides by 17 percent and LDL cholesterol by 20 percent. #2 Sweet potatoes - the American Diabetes Association points out that a baked sweet potato, with 5 g of fiber, causes less impact on glycemia levels than regular potatoes. #3 Blueberries - they contain a natural chemical which shrinks fat cells and also stimulates the release of adiponectin, a hormone which regulates blood glucose levels. #4 Cinnamon - research found that adding a half teaspoon of cinnamon to your regular diet has the capacity to make cells more responsive to insulin. #5 Asparagus - it is a nonstarchy vegetable with only 20 calories, 5 grams of carb, and almost 2 grams of dietary fiber per serving. #6 Chickpeas - the protein and fiber in chickpeas – 15 grams of protein and 12 grams of dietary fiber per cup – help regulate the absorption of the sugars. #7 Oatmeal - steel-cut oatmeal, rolled oatmeal, and oat bran are all low GI foods, with a GI value of 55 or less, according to the American Diabetes Association. #8 Broccoli - it contains a compound called sulforaphane, that triggers a few anti-inflammatory processes which improve blood sugar control. #9 Flaxseeds - a tbs of ground flax seeds daily for 30 days appears to improve triglycerides, blood sugar, and cholesterol. #10 Apples - a medium-sized apple contains 3 grams of dietary fiber, that includes both insoluble and soluble fiber. #11 Cucumbers – they are found to get a hormone required by the beta cells in the insulin production. In addition, the Glycemic Index of cucumbers is found to be zero. #12 Black beans - they are full of fortifying protein and fiber, and, as a result, they have a low glycemic index value. #13 Tomatoes - in addition to the lycopene in tomatoes, you’ll also be getting vitamin E and vitamin C, as well as minerals like potassium and iron. #14 Lentils - approximately 40% of the total carbohydrate in lentils is fiber, leading to a lower blood sugar response. #15 Kale - it contains chemicals called glucosinolates which help neutralize cancer-causing substances, also providing more than 100% of the recommended daily intake of vitamin K and vitamin A. #16 Cauliflower - a recent study established that each daily serving of cauliflower produces a 9% decrease in risk of diabetes. #17 Quinoa - it contains 2.6 grams of fiber per 1/2 cup, that helps to balance blood sugar levels and keep you fuller. #18 Chia seeds - they lower blood sugar due to the fiber and omega-3 fatty acid content. #19 Walnuts - they contain alpha-linolenic acid, an essential fatty acid that improves heart health and lowers LDL and total cholesterol. #20 Pears - a large pear contains approximately 7 grams of dietary fiber, along with potassium and vitamin C. #21 Pecans - despite their diminutive size, pecans are power packages of unsaturated (healthy) fat, protein, and fiber. #22 Red kidney beans - they are very high in fiber, giving you about 1/3 of your daily requirement in just a ½ cup, and are also good sources of protein, potassium, and magnesium. Images - pixabay Source - http://www.insightstate.com/health/type-2-diabetes-mellitus-spiritual-meaning-causes-healing/ Music - http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/music.html
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