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Quinoa (pronounced as kinwah; quinua in Spanish) is an incredibly nutritious "grain-like seed" obtained from goosefoot family plant native to the highland plains of South-American Andes region
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nutrition and you.com, Janaury 2016
Carotenes, especially beta carotene occurs abundantly in the nature. It is estimated that nearly more than 500 different carotenoids such as ß-carotene, alpha-carotene, lutein, cryptoxanthins, zea-xanthins...etc distributed throughout the plant and algae kingdoms.
Dr. Weil, 2016
Turmeric (Curcuma longa) is a culinary spice that spans cultures - it is a major ingredient in Indian curries, and makes American mustard yellow. But evidence is accumulating that this brightly colored relative of ginger is a promising disease-preventive agent as well, probably due largely to its anti-inflammatory action.
Lori Alton, December 18, 2015
If you are relying on a multivitamin supplement to meet your need for vitamin D, think again.
Jaleesa Baulkman, Dec 28 2015
Coffee is ingrained in many people’s early morning routines because they rely on its mildly stimulating effect to get them going for the day.
Alex Jordon, Decembeer 14, 2015
It’s a so popular drink all over the world, and it’s loaded with so many benefits for health, most importantly, tea doesn’t seems to generate any negative perceptions such as coffee or other drinks
Shereen Lehman, MS, September 28, 2015.
Nutrition has food fads just like fashion and home decorating have their trends -- one year everyone's eating quinoa and munching on kale.
Succulent swiss chard, also known as spinach-chard or silverbeet, is one of the popular green leafy vegetables of European origin. Botanically, it belongs to the beet family (Chenopodiaceae) of vegetables, which also includes table-beets, sugar-beets, garden-beets, etc.
Sweet, anise-flavored fennel seed together with thyme, nettle, mugwort, etc., has been revered as one of nine Anglo-Saxon sacred herbs for its conventional health benefits.
Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, November 2015
You've probably heard about chocolate's remarkable health benefits