You’ve probably heard by now that dark chocolate is actually good for you thanks to a host of compounds it contains, including antioxidants. Add another yummy treat to the “good for you” list: berries. Continue reading “A Berry Good Way to Stay Healthy”
The more researchers study nutritional science, the more they come to realize that Mom really knew what she was talking about with regard to healthy eating. Here’s just a sampling of Mom’s nutritional wisdom. Continue reading “Mom Was Right!”
Tea is steeped in beneficial compounds such as flavonoids and polyphenols, which have antioxidant properties. Whether you choose iced tea or hot tea, black or green tea, you’re making a healthy choice.
Check out some of tea’s specific benefits:
Arthritis. Tea reduces inflammation and slows cartilage breakdown to improve arthritis. Research has also shown that tea-drinking older women are 60 percent less likely to develop rheumatoid arthritis. Continue reading “9 Healthy Reasons to Enjoy Tea Time”