Greens Drink

The Benefits of Green Tea

…I’ve long advocated drinking green tea. That’s because research suggests that the benefits of green tea include supporting cardiovascular health and normal blood pressure. In fact, a Japanese study conducted at the Nippon Medical School found a strong correlation between green tea consumption and better…

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9 Secrets for Achieving a Healthy Weight

…the essential fatty acids found in foods like wild caught salmon and sardines. 5. Drink lots of clean, filtered water—strive for at least eight glasses a day. 6. Consume large amounts of green foods, including green “superfoods” supplements. 7. Exercise regularly with activities you really enjoy…

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5 Easy, Natural Cures for the Health Hazards of Summer

…remedy Arnica montana, under the tongue, and/or rub a topical homeopathic gel such as Arniflora or Traumeel into the injured area. An ice pack or used green teabag can also reduce the inflammatory process that leads to discoloration, pain, and swelling. Look in a health food store for these products and…

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6 Ways You May Be Sabotaging Your Bone Health

…additional 40 mg of calcium from your bones. Green tea is the better alternative for bone health, with many health advantages over coffee, including the fact that it increases bone mineral density. 4. Soft Drinks—The phosphoric acid in most soft drinks literally leaches calcium from bones, causing…

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Improve Blood Circulation with Bioflavonoids

…Resveratrol is 2–5 mg daily. Secondly, drinking flavonoid-rich green tea is an easy way to avoid cardiovascular problems and encourage resistance against chronic degenerative diseases, including chronic hypertension, heart attack and stroke. While plain green tea itself has a delicate flavor, try it…

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Why a Raw Food Diet is Better Than an Antacid

…foods)—drains precious digestion-boosting enzymes. One of the Best Choices for a Raw Food Diet is Green Foods One of the best ways to get more enzymes in a raw food diet is by eating green foods. Green foods, also called “super foods,” are concentrations of nutrients from the juices of highly nutritious…

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The Health Benefits of Drinking Coffee

…mg of caffeine on average. * Caffeine is also in those energy drinks you may be grabbing, so read labels carefully. Now, it’s your turn: How many cups of coffee do you drink? You May Also Be Interested in * Caffeine Side Effects * Green Tea and Heart Health

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5 Last Minute Heart-Healthy Gifts

Green Tea. There’s nothing that could be more relaxing on a cold winter day than a steaming cup of green tea—plus, it’s one of the healthiest teas you can drink. Green tea contains potent phytochemicals which are powerful antioxidants that protect your body from harmful free radicals. Green tea…

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5 Heart-Healthy Tips for Lean Living!

…cold-water fish like salmon or Atlantic halibut a weekly routine. 3. Get into the habit of drinking water. Nothing quenches your thirst like good old-fashioned H2O, and it helps you lose weight, too. Drink at least 8–12 glasses a day. I suggest distilled water in glass bottles. 4. Don’t let convenience…

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8 Health-Boosting Secrets From My Life

…and histamine release. I also take garlic (500—1,000 mg as a supplement, or one clove of fresh garlic), and drink ginger tea. 6. Drink red wine (1–2 glasses once or twice a week), green tea (1-3 cups a day), and water (8–10 glasses per day). 7. Practice detoxification. I have a far-infrared sauna…

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Budget Tips for Healthy Living

…oxidation. A bottle of turmeric can last for months. Garlic and onions can be very affordable. Healthy Living Budget Tip #3: Drink plenty of clean water and, as an alternative, drink green tea and pomegranate juice, both of which protect against plaque. For variety, ginger tea is a good choice. It acts like…

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There Is a Secret to Putting the Brakes on “Aging”

…do that, I first recommend cleaning up your diet. Eat more fruits and vegetables (especially red, yellow and dark-green varieties), reduce your intake of trans-fatty acids, drink green tea, and exercise daily. I also recommend two new, clinically-studied anti-aging supplements that have gotten a lot…

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Diet Soda Increases Your Risk of Heart Attack and Stroke

…mineral water with a splash of cranberry juice or even flavored stevia. Iced green tea also makes a great alternative to diet soda. The change from diet soda could dramatically alter your heart health! Now It's Your Turn: Do you drink diet soda? You May Also Be Interested In * Stroke Factors * Magic Bullet…

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Check Your Fibrinogen Level

…few times a week and/or take 1–2 grams of fish oil daily * Take 500–1,000 mg of garlic (in capsule form) and/or 600 mg of bromelain * Drink ginger and/or green tea * Take 100 mg of nattokinase daily And, of course, adhere to a healthy cardiovascular nutrition program to keep your fibrinogen level…

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With Cholesterol, Focus on the Right Numbers

…in divided doses three times a day. * Get regular, physical exercise. Strive for 30–60 minutes of aerobic activity three to five days a week. * Drink red wine in moderation. Red wine helps to boost HDL cholesterol, plus it contains resveratrol, a phytonutrient with cardio-protective benefits. * Diet…

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Aftermath of Japan: How to Protect Against Radiation

…Ocean–more than 3 million gallons to be exact! Here at home, the EPA is thinking about raising the acceptable limits for radiation in our food, drinking water, and soil. According to the Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, that increase would allow the equivalent of a lifetime’s worth…

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