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Why People are rooting for Natural Brown Gold Cocoa Powder

Cocoa powder is made from a cocoa beans which comes from the plant "Theobroma Cacao". The cocoa's genus name Theobroma, means"food for the gods," a high tribute for this amazing fruit. Cocoa possesses remarkable healing powers, thanks largely to the antioxidants, theobromine, caffeine and flavonoids that it contains. Theobromine in...

What to know about lipoproteins, cholesterol, and diet

Lipoproteins, including cholesterol, are often misunderstood. Many people assume that all cholesterol is bad and that high-cholesterol foods negatively impact health, but this is not always true. People with high cholesterol struggle to find natural ways to increase levels of “good” cholesterol and decrease levels of “bad” cholesterol. This article explains what...

The Benefits of Garlic

Try this power food The Cleveland Clinic puts garlic on its list of 36 power foods, and for good reason. Garlic is a rich source of phytochemicals. These plant chemicals are thought to ward off disease and help boost your immune system. So-called “power foods” provide loads of nutrients but little calories....

Decaf Coffee: Good or Bad?

Coffee is one of the world’s most popular beverages. Many people enjoy drinking coffee, but they want to limit their caffeine intake for personal preferences or health reasons. For these people, decaf coffee is an excellent alternative. Decaf coffee is just like regular coffee, except the caffeine has been removed. This...

Why You Can’t Replace Medicine with Food

In many cases, food is not a substitute. How we see the world shapes who we choose to be — and sharing compelling experiences can frame the way we treat each other, for the better. This is a powerful perspective. “Let food be thy medicine and let medicine be thy...

What are Lipoproteins?

Lipoproteins are special particles made up of droplets of fats surrounded by a single layer of phospholipid molecules. Phospholipids are molecules of fats which are attached to a phosphorus-containing group. They are distinctive in being amphipathic, which means they have both polar and non-polar ends. In a lipoprotein, the polar...
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