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June is Men’s Health Month, an annual campaign designed to raise awareness of preventable health problems and encourage early detection and treatment of disease among men and boys. This is particularly important because the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, a division of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, has found: Men...
You likely grew up hearing that eating carrots was good for your eyes and vision. That’s because carrots contain beta carotene, a yellow/orange pigment that gives fresh vegetables and fruits their bright color. In the human body, beta carotene converts to vitamin A, a critical vitamin for good vision and eye health. But beyond...
Optimizing your intake of certain nutrients can improve mood and reduce depression symptoms.
Research finds zinc can suppress inflammatory immune responses, which can lead to lower risk of infection and chronic disease.
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The health effects of nutritional deficiencies are not only something that affect people in Africa, India and Afghanistan; it’s also a serious issue in industrialized countries like the US.
Scientists found that lack zinc leads to a decline of the immune system and increased inflammation associated with cancer, heart disease and diabetes.
The USDA is prepared to remove the one pasteurization process that allows us to still consume raw almonds. We need your help to stop them.
While we may associate nori with sushi exclusively, there are many other culinary uses and health benefits for this special seaweed.