Do you find it difficult to eat certain foods such as wheat and grains without experiencing bloating, embarrassing gas, stomach cramps and diarrhea?
Foodfacts.com observes that it took scientists and researchers decades to discover why a certain food could make one person feel good, yet that same food could trigger numerous health problems in another person. Sticky proteins called lectins—which make up part of a plant’s natural immune system—have been found to be the root cause of most all digestive distress. Continue reading →
State Garden Inc. recalled all it’s salad products made on January 4, 2011 because of possible listeria contamination. All the recalled products have “best if used by” date no later than Jan. 15, 2011 and product trace back codes of 45693 and 45703.
There haven’t been reports of anyone becoming sick yet, but if you have the products in your fridge throw them out or return them to the store for a refund. The company, State Garden Inc. can be reached at (888) 841-6191.
You can find the entire list of products recalled with their corresponding UPC codes here:
Foodfacts.com has learned that, although we hear a lot about the benefits of greens, there are lots of vitamins and minerals that are essential to our health that come in fruits and veggies of other colors. Orange fruits and vegetables are some of the most important ones when it comes to health. Adding these delicious and lively colored little nutrient dense substances to our diets can go a long way to protecting our bodies from ill health and disease. Continue reading →
Foodfacts.com observes that, if you really want beautiful skin, do the same things you would do to strengthen your heart, control your weight, lift your mood and live longer and better: Get regular exercise, sleep enough and eat well.
Discovery Health suggests a number of foods to look at if you want a beautiful-skin diet. Here are a few of their suggestions: Continue reading →
The Center for Science in The Public Interest thinks so, what do you think? Sweetened soft drinks are the single largest contributor of calories to the American diet. Some argue labels could help the obesity epidemic.
Foodfacts.com has learned that the body sweats in order to maintain proper body heat, and in the process, electrolytes are lost. The kidneys also conserve fluid and electrolytes by cutting back on urine production during dehydration. Water is essential for proper bodily function. Loss of water fact, after 4%, the capacity for muscular work declines, after 5% heat exhaustion, 7% hallucination, and after 10% you experience circulatory collapse and heat stroke. Sports drinks aren’t the only way to consume electrolytes. Eating a normal diet will provide the body with more than enough electrolytes needed for exercising and physical activity. Continue reading →