People often ask, “Are peanuts good for you?” Good news: Studies have shown that peanuts are just as beneficial as more expensive nuts.
There is a lot of misinformation out in the world about the health benefits of frozen foods vs fresh, but we did some research. Check out the facts.
Onions and cancer prevention are strongly linked in scientific studies. In fact, onions and garlic, both allium vegetables, have anti-cancer properties.
The health benefits of onions are stronger the more pungent they are. Onions can lower high cholesterol levels and high blood pressure.
Folic acid deficiency and illness are related. Heart disease and birth defects can be prevented with a folate-rich diet. Broccoli to the rescue!
Maqui berries have been used for diarrhea and dysentery, as well as in ceremonies. But is maqui berry a hoax? Dr. Lindsey Mcilvena looks at the science.
Citrus fruits are beneficial as juices but they are much more powerful when eaten whole. The benefits of oranges lie in the tissue, juice, pulp and skin. Read about why this is.
Apples are a source of antioxidants, fiber, potassium and vitamin C. Eating apples is linked with a reduction in heart disease, prevention in lung cancer and improved lung capacity.
When picking oranges, orange juice or even marmalade, you’ll want to have the orange nutrition facts straight.
Dr. Lindsey Mcilvena breaks down the five cancer-fighting phytochemical groups will help you be the healthiest you!