Benefits of pumpkin: 1) More fiber to help you feel fuller 2) Great for vision 3) Boosts quality sleep 4) Lowers blood pressure 5) Reduces cancer risk 6) Slow signs of aging and 7) Improve immunity. Don't you just love pumpkin season? Please re-pin to share with your family & friends! Together we'll empower the world with life-saving knowledge! // The Truth About Cancer <3
Prev2 of 3Next 7. Oatmeal Enjoying a bowl of oatmeal is an easy yet effective way to reduce your cholesterol levels. It is full of soluble fiber and reduces the absorption of cholesterol and lowers bad cholesterol levels. One and one-half cups of cooked oatmeal or one cup of oat bran contain approximately three grams
Look Younger : 10 Great Anti Aging Drinks For Women Tart cherries have antioxidants phytonutrients that help with WEIGHT LOSS, INFLAMMATION, DISEASE PREVENTION. Their red color is from anthocyanins, an amino acid that helps to protect the body from DIABETES CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE. Cherries also contain melatonin, which has anti-aging benefits, which promotes better sleep. Cherries can also help to lower cholesterol, promote heart health, improve mental function. Athletes may drink ...
ANTI-INFLAMMATORY JUICE This rich-colored beta-carotene juice is an excellent anti-inflammatory drink. Raw turmeric juice mixes well in this combo. HEALTH BENEFITS: - Anti-inflammatory, reduces pain caused by arthritis and gout - Protects eye health - Improves bone health and development - Lowers cholesterol levels - Boosts the immune system - Improves the digestive system - Heals peptic ulcers - Anti-ageing - Eases nasal congestion - Protects respiratory system
Varieties of Japanese green tea. Not only can green tea improve brain function in the short term, it may also protect your brain in old age. Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases are common neurodegenerative diseases. Multiple studies show that the catechin compounds in green tea can have protective effects on neurons in test tubes and animal models, potentally lowering the risk of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.
Tummy fat is not only annoying but is also one of the most difficult forms of fat to get rid of. It forms between the organs, deep within the abdominal cavity, triggering chronic inflammation and increasing the risk of diabetes and heart diseases. Here are 10 tips which you can follow to reduce your lower belly fat. #Weightloss
from Viking Food Guy — Recreating the food and drink of the Viking Age (and others): Leeks and dried fish simmering in cream in the upper right and a barley pilaf with carrots and onions in the lower left.