Nutritional immunology lifestyle is a holistic approach in attaining good health. What you eat, do and think greatly affects how your immune system works.
A Healthier Diet, A Better Life
Good nutrition can prevent many diseases and therefore, stop you from having to turn to potentially harmful drugs. knowledge comes power.
Health information are readily available nowadays, yet chronic diseases such as cancer, diabetes, heart diseases are on the rise. Where is the missing link?
How to Be A Wise Consumer
It’s very important to be a wise consumer to know what you are eating! it’s very informative to learn what are the common food additives and preservatives in food and are they safe?
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Who is Best Doctor? Harvard Medical School Discovery. Researchers at the Harvard Medical School discovered that people who took daily breakfast were a third less likely to become obese than those who skipped this meal. To reap the most benefits, the researchers recommended eating whole-grain cereals for breakfast as they are rich in fiber. Fiber Read more about Who is Best Doctor?[…]
Nutrition Misconceptions Calcium pills raise heart attack risk by 30% Calcium supplements, which many people consume hoping to ward off osteoporosis, increase the risk of heart attack by as much as 30 per cent, researchers reported. These tiny tablets, which carry concentrated doses of calcium, were also associated with a higher incidence of stroke and Read more about Nutrition Misconceptions[…]
Be A Wise Consumer It’s very important to be a wise consumer to know what you are eating! it’s very informative to learn what are the common food additives and preservatives in food and are they safe? High fructose corn syrup (HFCS) Corn Syrup isn’t good for you, but high fructose corn syrup is particularly Read more about Be A Wise Consumer[…]
Nutritional Immunology Nutritional immunology studies the link between the food we eat and how it affects our immune system in order to attain good health Nutritional Immunology is a highly relevant science to our modern lifestyle as people strive to live healthier and grow old in vitality The first key to attaining a good health Read more about Nutritional Immunology[…]
Who is the Best Doctor in the World? What is most worrying From the SARS outbreak in 2003, bird flu in 2004 and the recent Ebola outbreak, we are constantly being exposed to such health threats. What is most worrying is the high mortality rate associated to such diseases The average Ebola virus disease case Read more about Who is the Best Doctor in the World?[…]
Healthier Life A Healthier Diet, A Better Life Good nutrition can prevent many diseases and therefore, stop you from having to turn to potentially harmful drugs. Apart from nutrition, it is also important to educate ourselves on factors that can seriously affect our quality of life. With knowledge comes power. How do antioxidants, phytochemicals and Read more about Healthier Life[…]
Nutrifresh Soy is high in protein and has no cholesterol. Soy isoflavones can reduce serum cholesterol levels and help prevent coronary heart disease. Soy also contains several phytochemicals that have anti-carcinogenic properties. In addition, soy isoflavones have proven to be effective in the prevention of osteoporosis. It also contains a tetrapeptide that can speed up Read more about Protein[…]
1-Shape Dietary fibre is commonly classified into soluble fibre and insoluble fibre. A balanced intake of soluble and insoluble fibres can enhance peristalsis (a series of wave-like muscle contractions that moves food to different processing stations in the digestive tract), increase satiety, reduce cholesterol absorption, lower blood cholesterol levels, regulate blood sugar levels, improve insulin Read more about Fibre[…]
VegeColor Many people assume they will attain good health so long as they follow a vegetarian diet. The truth is, eating just one or a few types of plant food is not enough. People who eat this way may not take in sufficient amounts of nutrients. Each type of fruit and vegetable has a unique Read more about Vegetable[…]
Polysaccharides Polysaccharides are complex carbohydrates that are made up by connecting many monosaccharides, or single sugars. Many polysaccharides have been shown to exhibit properties that moderate the immune system as well as properties that negatively impact tumors. The major impacts polysaccharides have on the immune system include inducing mitosis and activating immune cells as well Read more about Polysaccharides[…]
Antioxidants Antioxidants are found naturally in many of the fruits and vegetables that you eat every day. They protect you from oxidants, also known as free radicals, to keep you healthy and happy. Oxidants are elements that are highly reactive due to having unpaired electrons. This unpaired electron tries to pair with electrons in materials Read more about Antioxidants[…]
Phytochemicals Phytochemicals were originally called phytonutrients and were considered to be any chemicals produced by plants. However, as science has uncovered the capabilities of these nutrients, their definition has been refined to include only chemicals from plants that may affect health, but are not essential nutrients. Phytochemicals have been linked to the reduction of wild Read more about Phytochemicals[…]
Omega 3 Omega 3 in fish oil supplements may interact with medications such as blood thinners, aspirin and high blood pressure drugs. Fish oil may also be contaminated with toxic contaminants like mercury. Plant base Omega 3 is a healthier option as it is cholesterol free and does not have unpleasant side effects associated with Read more about Source of Omega 3[…]
Iron There are two major sources of iron in our food: heme iron in meat (especially liver), fish and poultry, and nonheme iron in legumes, grains, fruits and vegetables. Iron from meat may lead to overdose as it is rapidly absorbed regardless of the body’s needs. Iron from plants, on the other hand, has no Read more about Source of Iron[…]
Vitamin C Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant required by the body that must be obtained from the diet (in fruits and vegetables, especially acerola cherries), as the body cannot produce vitamin C. It fights oxidation in blood, protects LDL (“bad”) cholesterol against oxidation, increases the body’s resistance to oxidative stress and protects against vitamin Read more about Source of Vitamin C[…]
Red meat blamed for 1 in 10 early deaths Taking small quantities of processed meat such as bacon, sausages and salami can increase the likelihood of dying by a fifth British Department of Health has been urged to review its guidance on red meat after a study found that eating almost half the daily recommended Read more about Red meat blamed for 1 in 10 early deaths[…]
Seaweed Seaweed promotes collagen synthesis, cellular turnover and skin detoxification, showcasing its potent capability in delaying signs of aging.
Rose Research has revealed that rose contains up to 50 times the amount of antioxidants found in lemons; this enhances the body’s ability to produce collagen.
Cactus Cactus promote cell repair and renewal, speed up wound healing, reduce inflammation, and improve the appearance of scars, Cactus is packed with a variety of antioxidants and trace elements like selenium and zinc, helps to combat free radicals and delay signs of aging; its rich fiber content also boosts metabolism
Ginseng Berry Research has shown that antioxidants found in ginseng help protect against oxidative stress caused by environmental aggressors, as well as improve blood circulation.