Eating out can sabotage your best efforts to eat healthy. Learn how to eat well even if you aren't into cooking. When eating out, you certainly will be eating more fat, sugar, and salt than you would imagine -- probably a lot more!
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Olive oil has many health benefits. But now it looks like the olive oil you trusted to provide you with health benefits might be a fake. Independent tests at the University of California found that 69% of all store-bought extra virgin olive oils in the US are fake. The same University of California study also listed which brands met their standards for being true extra virgin olive oil.
Electromagnetic fields (EMFs) are produced by home wiring, appliances, cell phones, and other electrical devices. There are many known ways EMFs harm your brain. No one really knows what living in this ocean of EMFs is doing to our health, but there is much evidence that it is detrimental to our brains. Here are some common-sense guidelines to reduce your risk.
A diet centered on meat and starches is healthiest because it is similar to the diet of our hunter-gatherer ancestors. We are meant to eat this way. Adopting this plan should have you feeling satisfied, no longer driven by cravings or unreasonable hunger. It makes it easy to eat healthy and reach your ideal weight.
Menopause can have many negative health effects including cognitive issues. Learn effective ways to minimize this AND improve general health. Once menopause is over, brain function usually returns to normal. But there is much you can do to feel like your usual self and minimize frustrating and embarrassing "menopause moments".
Learn about Alzheimer's from Dr. Paul Nussbaum, leading expert on brain health. He emphasizes the value of prevention by changing lifestyle habits. "The good news is that there are specific steps each of us can take right now to increase the health of our brain and slow the potential onset of memory loss."