Certain SuperFoods can help maintain heart health and prevent congestive heart failure. Controlling high blood pressure, obesity, diabetes and coronary artery disease is key.
Learn about the green tea gum disease connection. Is it actually true that drinking green tea may help your mouth? Get the full details in this article.
Anti-inflammatory properties of onions and arthritis relief are linked. Vitamin C and quercetin work together synergistically to reduce inflammation.
What is angiogenesis, why should you care, and how is it tied to SuperFoods? Dr. Lindsey Mcilvena breaks down this exciting new research so we can understand it.
Tea and heart disease are inversely related. Studies show that tea drinkers are at a lesser risk of heart disease and heart attacks than those who don’t drink tea.
It starts with a chocolate kiss and ends at a late night date with Ben & Jerry’s. See how to cut your sugar cravings without much work.
Specific vitamins and foods can prevent sun damage and prevent premature wrinkles. We’ll tell you which ones work best.
People are shocked to find out tea is good for them. Really, is tea healthy? Yes, it’s loaded with antioxidants. Also, drinking tea slowly is relaxing.
Phytonutrients, Polyphenols, Carotenoids, Omega 3 Fatty Acids — SuperFoodsRx popularized these SuperNutrients. Check out our easy cheat sheet.
What does SuperFoodsRx think about the connection between coffee and diabetes? Like with everything on this site, it’s science based.