How healthy diet prevents kidney disease, by research
Following a healthy diet may reduce your risk of suffering kidney disease, research suggests. Scientists at Bond University in Australia analysed the dietary habits of more than 630,000 people over a decade.
‘Why more Nigerians may die of diet-related diseases’
Nigeria ranks 42nd out of 195 countries with the highest rate of diet-related deaths, with low intake of whole grains being the leading dietary risk factor for mortality and disease in Nigeria, United States (US), India, Brazil, Pakistan, Russia, Egypt, Germany, Iran, and Turkey.
Whole Grains Are Awesome And This Is Why
Whole grains are cereals or pseudocereal that contains the endosperm, germ, and bran. Examples of whole grains include whole wheat and whole wheat derivates, oats, brown rice, barley, corn, quinoa, rye, buckwheat, and millet. These foods might seem ordinary but they have a lasting effect on the body if consumed regularly. Here are some of…
Minerals of life - z83193101inc critical for optimal
Zinc is one of the minerals of life found extensively in the body. It is an essential trace element. It is referred to as a trace element because it is required in very small amounts in all its functions in the body. Zinc is another ubiquitous mineral in the body. This combined with the small…
‘Whole grains, mushrooms prevent liver cancer, boost longevity’
A new study suggests that there may be a simple way to help reduce the risk of liver cancer and extend lifespan: consume mushrooms, soy, whole grains, aged cheese, and other foods rich in spermidine.