Nutrition for happiness

TURMERIC, much more than a magic condiment!

TURMERIC, much more than a magic condiment!

Curcumin, the main ingredient in Turmeric, has been used for thousands of years in traditional Chinese and Indian medicine, experts in achieving good health through nature and physical and mental balance. It has been proven over time that curcumin has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, fungicidal and anti-bacterial properties. Yes! That's how much it benefits, because nature is generous and we should all know it and value it. We will try to explain this as simply and easily as possible: Our body naturally produces free radicals, which are molecules of H2O2 (in other words, hydrogen peroxide), and have earned themselves a bad reputation...

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RESVERATROL ... a little more than a glass of wine!

RESVERATROL ... a little more than a glass of wine!

Resveratrol not only slows aging, but also improves blood flow to the brain and promotes heart health. Certainly, a glass of red wine a day brings us magic benefits, but it is not enough, and more wine per day is not healthy. That is why it is important to take natural supplements to achieve best results, without exceeding the dose of 4.9 mg per day. The World Health Organization suggests that Resveratrol reduces cardiovascular risk by up to 40%! In this regard, it could be more effective than Vitamin E, since it protects against a wide range of free radicals...

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4 eating habits that hurt your brain!

4 eating habits that hurt your brain!

More and more research around the world proves that the following four eating habits not only damage our intestines and other parts of the body, but also severely and silently attack our brain: Live a long time with high blood sugar levels, even in the absence of diabetes; Eat too many carbohydrates throughout your life; Opt for a low-fat diet that lowers cholesterol levels; Eat a lot of that sticky protein called "gluten." Here the explanation:  About sugar: To start, you don't need to be diabetic to have high glucose levels. Sugars are found naturally in almost all foods, dairy,...

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