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Voster Muchenje, University of Fort Hare and Carlos Nantapo, University of Fort Hare Saturated and trans fatty acids are
Seafood could be the key.
Never-published data on vegetable oil and heart health reveals some disturbing trends.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) estimates there are nearly one billion cases of the common cold each year in the U.S. Aside from washing our hands, what else can we do to boost our immune system?
Seriously, just eat salmon.
Mmm, omega-3 fatty acids...
Former Peruvian President Alejandro Toledo told me, half-jokingly, that he exists in the error margin of the world of probabilities. Indeed, his rise shouldn't have been. Toledo doesn't just come from poverty. He was born of a poverty so dire, his siblings were dying of it.
Not all fats are created equal. They vary significantly in structure, form and metabolism, and some are superior to others in their nutritional benefits. While saturated fat has been shown to contribute to heart disease, along with a number of other chronic diseases, omega-3 polyunsaturated fats are essential to maintaining good health and have many proven health benefits.
We know that food affects the body -- but could it just as powerfully impact the mind? However, up to this point, the traditional
When you think of superfoods, a few stand-out fruits and vegetables come to mind: spinach, blueberries and avocado, to name