When heat and humidity soar, keeping your body hydrated matters more than ever. Did you know you can hydrate with what’s on your plate — not just what’s in your cup?
The following foods are heavy on the water content, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s nutrient database. In several cases, they’re also full of nutrients that will help you fight disease. So eat up, and beat the heat with your fork.
Vitamin D is the CEO of your bones, teeth, and every system in your body right down to your genes. For healthy teeth, the first thing you should know is that vitamin D is crucial, not only for your smile, but for life-changing, whole body health. https://buff.ly/2Iz8zB6
Waterford scientists from WIT and UHW reveal Alzheimer’s breakthrough as study points to a natural nutritional formula that can delay disease
Ground-breaking new research by a Waterford team has identified a unique combination of nutrients to slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease (AD).
The 18-month study, published in the June edition of the respected Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease (JAD), examined the effect of nutritional compounds – found in common foods such as trout, broccoli and peppers – on people with the condition and reached a ‘statistically significant’ finding.