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FOOD IS MEDICINE OR IT IS POISON!
High quality nutrition is one of the most important strategies for winning the war for your healthy brain and body. Poor nutrition is self-sabotage! The Brain Warrior diet includes an abundance of illness-fighting nutrients from whole, living plant foods AND a portion of high-quality protein and healthy fat. Eat a diet that's 70% plant-based foods and 30% high quality protein. Keep your brain sharp. Ensure your muscles and organs function at peak performance.
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One of the most ancient healing foods, olive oil was so prized by the ancient Greeks that Homer called it “liquid gold.” Study after study has uncovered a treasure trove of health benefits, from quelling inflammation to protecting against heart disease and even cancer. Not only is extra virgin olive oil (EVOO) rich in disease-fighting…Read More
In the study, the group that ate extra nuts consumed a mix of walnuts, almonds, and hazelnuts. Several other recent studies also show that nuts have powerful medicinal benefits (when eaten as part of an overall healthy diet), including these five: Pistachios lower blood pressure and improve blood vessel function, Pennsylvania State University researchers reported…Read More
Delicious news: Walnuts are packed with nearly twice as much disease-fighting antioxidants than any other type of nut, according to an analysis presented at a recent scientific conference. What’s more, the antioxidants in walnuts are up to 15 times more potent than vitamin E (a powerful antioxidant vitamin that protects against health-harming free radical damage).…Read More
Here’s yet another reason to buy organic tomatoes. Not only are they free of noxious pesticides, but the succulent red fruit also tastes better and is more nutritiously than its conventionally cultivated counterparts, according to a new study published in the journal PLOS ONE. The researchers compared organic and conventional field-grown tomatoes from Brazilian farms…Read More
Here’s a reason to eat more fruits and vegetables that you probably never heard before: Doing so can make you happier, according to research. Scientists from Dartmouth College and the University of Warwick analyzed the eating habits and mental health of more than 80,000 people. The study found that psychological well-being rose with the number…Read More