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  • You feel good when you eat chocolate. Why? Chocolate is made mostly from cocoa beans and sugar. While sugar is not healthy, dark chocolate has numerous health benefits.

    Top Seven Health Benefits of Dark Chocolate

    Top Seven Health Benefits of Dark Chocolate

    by ShailaSheshadri2

  • There are many benefits of fig juice, which can easily be prepared at home. All you need is figs, water, a blender, and an optional fruit like orange or apple. Fig juice is especially good for women.

    Top 10 Benefits of Fig Juice

    Top 10 Benefits of Fig Juice

    by healthmunsta5

  • Have you ever noticed that some food seem to put you in a good mood? Research shows that this isn't just because the food tastes good, but because there's something else going on.

    Four Foods That Can Improve Your Mood

    Four Foods That Can Improve Your Mood

    by Sadie Holloway1

  • Protein is one of the most important elements of a healthy diet. Find out about the recommended dietary intake of protein and know the about multiple types of foods that are rich in protein you can ad

    22 Protein-Rich Food Sources You Did Not Know About

    22 Protein-Rich Food Sources You Did Not Know About

    by Olivia Philips0

  • Vitamins and minerals are essential for maintaining optimum health and well-being. A well-balanced and diverse vegan diet will have no trouble providing all of these.

    Vegan Sources of Essential Vitamins

    Vegan Sources of Essential Vitamins

    by Claire0

  • Soy has had its name dragged through the mud. Find out what the science actually says about soy, phytoestrogens, cancer and fertility.

    The Soy Slander

    The Soy Slander

    by Miranda Poenicke2

  • Blueberries and huckleberries—kissing cousins in the botanical world. Let's learn how to identify them, where to gather them, and discover some savory recipes.

    Exploring Blueberries and Huckleberries

    Exploring Blueberries and Huckleberries

    by Linda Lum13

  • This article aims to understand how you can get all the protein you need with a vegan diet. Which vegan foods contain a high amount of protein? How to get protein on a vegan diet?

    Can a Vegan Diet Provide the Protein You Need?

    Can a Vegan Diet Provide the Protein You Need?

    by Marcelo Faria0

  • Lycopene is a powerful anti-oxidant that is important for a healthy heart, strong bones, cancer-free body, etc. This article talks about top foods with lycopene, lycopene health benefits and more...

    Foods Rich in Lycopene to Eat Every Day

    Foods Rich in Lycopene to Eat Every Day

    by healthmunsta1

  • Want to change up your diet? Curious about how vegetarians get their protein? Just like to know facts about food? Read on for more.

    Top Non-Meat Protein Sources

    Top Non-Meat Protein Sources

    by Caitlyn Booth0

  • Boost your brain power and make your memory sharp with these ten super foods from Mother Nature. Generally, natural foods that are in red and purple colors are great for the brain.

    10 Super Foods for Brain Power and Sharp Memory

    10 Super Foods for Brain Power and Sharp Memory

    by kerlynb9

  • What is it about sugar that is so bad for us? We look at some of the most harmful effects of consuming too much sugar. Then, we consider what are some of the better options available.

    Why Is Sugar So Bad?

    Why Is Sugar So Bad?

    by John Chang1

  • Within the last few years the media has made a big deal over green tea and its health benefits, but have you heard of matcha tea before?

    Why You Should Be Drinking Matcha Tea

    Why You Should Be Drinking Matcha Tea

    by thecollegeway4

  • What are antioxidants? How do they work? Where do they come from? And what are the health benefits you can expect to experience from consuming them regularly? Here are the facts you need to know.

    What Are Antioxidants and How Can They Benefit You?

    What Are Antioxidants and How Can They Benefit You?

    by David2

  • Red wine can convey a large number of benefits when consumed in moderation, as it is packed full of health enhancing antioxidant compounds. So here are the top 5 health benefits of red wine.

    Top 5 Health Benefits of Red Wine

    Top 5 Health Benefits of Red Wine

    by David4

  • Wheatgrass powder has many of the same benefits as fresh wheatgrass. You'll definitely have to consider this as an option if you can't get fresh greens or don't have the time to grow it yourself.

    The Wonderful Wheatgrass Powder Health Benefits

    The Wonderful Wheatgrass Powder Health Benefits

    by Sam Shepards5

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