• food,  Heart

    Dark chocolate and heart health- Treat yourself and your heart

    Most of us love eating chocolate and to many of us many love eating chocolate as just a snack. As much as chocolate is a great treat it is vital to know that not all chocolates are good for you especially for your heart. There is only one type of chocolate that will be your heart’s friend and that is dark chocolate. Ever since I stopped eating sweets and chocolates dark chocolate has been there to help me not get left behind in terms of my treats, In this article I will be talking about dark chocolate and heart health benefits it has and also which are the best types…

  • diet,  food,  Healthy eating

    Heart healthy muffins-Can this even be possible?

    Those of you who have been following my site know of my heart story where I took a quest to cure my blocked heart arteries which developed at a young age (if you haven’t you can check it out here). Being on this journey of taking care of my heart had left me not even eating my favorite snacks (muffins). This soon became a thing of the past when I learnt to find the good muffins which were not only going to lead to me having unclogged arteries but which were going to add more life to my years. Since I have been on this journey I am happy to…

  • diet,  food,  Healthy eating,  Heart

    Heart healthy yogurt-Know the right yogurt for your heart

    Yogurt is one of the most favorite foods that people love, but this does not mean all types are healthy, especially for the heart. Choosing the right yogurt will not only be good for your heart but it may be a good fighter of diseases. Most people only go for the type of yogurt depending on the taste and allergies ,but there is more to choosing a yogurt type than that. The yogurt type must be good for the heart and be able to act as an organ health enhancer. In this article I will be walking you through choosing the right heart healthy yogurt for you and your body.…

  • diet,  food,  Healthy eating,  Product review

    The red tea detox review- The honest review about the red tea detox from an African

    Welcome to the full and thorough red tea detox review. I know there are plenty of red tea detox reviews on the internet which makes me have only a few moments to capture your attention right? so, why listen to my information and read my review of this product in your valuable time? Here are a few quick reasons: As a 25-year old I was able to reverse clogged heart arteries through using well researched foods and information. I am daily reviewing the best products that will help me maintain my heart health for myself due to the condition I contracted. As an African I checked out the red tea…

  • diet,  food,  Healthy eating,  Heart

    5 heart healthy foods- Foods your heart really need

    Knowing which foods to eat to keep your heart health at an optimum level is essential for living a long life. However, most people do not know what types of foods are essential to achieve such a feat. The types of foods that you need to focus on must always include substances that can help clean the heart arteries which will intern keep the heart healthy. In this article I will be talking about the foods that worked to help unclog my heart arteries and keep them healthy. I will merely focus on the 5 foods. These 5 heart health foods are all budget-friendly Nuts Have you ever head the…

  • aging,  diet,  food,  Healthy eating,  Healthy living,  healthy wellbeing tips

    Short term diet change will lead to more life for your on earth

    A tiny change in a healthy diet can lead to an increased in lifespan even for old aged people Better Diet, Longer Life? A large study suggests you’re never too old to benefit from a commitment to eating healthier   By Amy Norton HealthDay Reporter WEDNESDAY, July 12, 2017 (HealthDay News) — Middle-aged and older adults who start eating better also tend to live longer, a large new study shows. The findings, reported in the July 13 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine, might not sound surprising. Health experts said they basically reinforce messages people have been hearing for years. But the study is the first to show that sustained…

  • diet,  food,  Healthy living

    Avoiding eating unhealthy in the office

    Healthy eating is vital to ensure in the office as most people spend their time there. 7 weight loss roadblocks you may encounter in your office It’s easy to trip up on our diet and exercise goals when holed up in an office all day. But that doesn’t mean you have to surrender in the battle of the bulge. HOW EATING CARBS CAN HELP YOU MEET YOUR WEIGHT LOSS GOALS Fox News spoke with Lauren Blake, a dietitian at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, and Angel Planells, a Seattle-based dietitian and spokesman for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, about some common diet mistakes people make at work,…

  • diet,  food,  Healthy eating,  Healthy living,  Heart

    less trans fat better heart health research finds

    Eliminating trans fat in your diet is a healthy way of living Trans Fat Bans Tied to Fewer Heart Attacks and Strokes By NICHOLAS BAKALARAPRIL 12, 2017 Laws that restrict adding trans fats to foods have had immediate beneficial effects on heart health, new research has found. The Food and Drug Administration plans to restrict the use of trans fats in foods nationwide in 2018, but between 2007 and 2011, some counties in New York State, but not others, banned trans fatty acids in restaurants, bakeries, soup kitchens, park concessions and other public places where food is served. In a natural experiment to test the effect of the ban, researchers…

  • diet,  food,  Healthy eating,  Heart

    Increase of sodium over the years is being a concern

    High blood pressure is from high Soduim diets in America Americans With High Blood Pressure Still Eating Too Much Salt Average sodium intake more than double the recommended daily limit for these patients, study finds WEDNESDAY, March 8, 2017 (HealthDay News) — For Americans with high blood pressure, cutting back on salt is an important way to help keep the condition under control. Yet, new research shows that these patients are getting more salt in their diet than they did in 1999. Between 1999 and 2012, salt (sodium) consumption rose from about 2,900 milligrams a day (mg/day) to 3,350 mg/day. That’s more than double the ideal upper limit of 1,500…

  • Diabetes,  food,  Heart

    Dangers of fatty foods to your insulin

    fatty foods are never a healthy lifestyle and can endanger your health for good in one serving A single cheeseburger can trigger changes in body linked to diabetes and fatty liver disease, study warns Fatty food can reduce sensitivity to insulin and raise levels of fats linked to heart disease Just one fatty meal, such as a cheeseburger and chips, is enough to alter the body’s metabolism and trigger changes associated with liver disease and diabetes, researchers have found. In bad news for anyone who enjoys the occasional greasy overindulgence, scientists have warned that consuming a big helping of rich, fatty food can reduce sensitivity to insulin and immediately raise levels of fats…