Chocolates good for our hearts

Good news ladies!  Chocolates are good for us.  Well, at least the dark ones. According to the American Dietic Association, one of the primary benefits of chocolate is the antioxidants, particularly the  flavonoids  that are responsible for preventing cholesterol from sticking to our artery walls, a cause of heart attack and stroke.  In fact, these  flavonoids  in chocolates are the…

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Flax seed oil prevent dry & rough skin

Here’s a bloggertip from Samm of Organic Parade on how to prevent dry and rough skin:  The two main causes of dry and rough skin is deficiency in essential fatty acids and lack of vitamin A. If you only use olive oil and do not eat nuts and seeds, then chances are you’re not getting enough essential fats….

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Apples high in antioxidants

Eating apples is good for our health as they can help to keep heart disease and cancer at bay. Fruits and vegetables provide flavonoids, a large group of compounds that are all antioxidants.  In particular, apple has been found to contain a high quantity. In case you don’t already know, antioxidants are good for our well-being, because they stabilise…

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Food for weight loss

I saw this very interesting foodchart over at The D Spot from Sexy Mom which details which food promote weight loss and smoothen skin and asked her if I can share it here.  Beets: Promotes weight loss, controls blood pressure, combats cancer, trengthens bones, protects your heart. Cabbage: Promotes weight loss, combats cancer, prevents constipation, protects…

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Drinking cuppa black without milk is better for your heart

So I’ve been doing it right.  Drinking cuppa black which actually yields me more health benefits.  Because according to research published online in European Heart Journal, the protective effect that tea has on preventing heart disease is totally wiped out by adding milk. Clinical studies have shown that drinking tea is beneficial for health as it contains an…

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