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Dole Fresh Vegetables Voluntarily Recalls Limited Number of Bagged Salads Due to Possible Health Risk by FDA Posted Fri 14 Mar 2014 1:51pm Dole Fresh Vegetables is voluntarily recalling a limited number of cases of bagged salad. The products being recalled are Dole Italian Blend (UPC 7143000819), Fresh Selections Italian Style Blend (UPC 1111091045), Little Salad Bar Italian Salad (UPC 4149811014) and Marketside Italian Style Salad (UPC 8113102780) coded A058201A or B, with Use-by d ... Read on »
Serve Kids Their Vegetables With Good for your health as well as Delicious Green Smoothies by Healthy Living .. Patient Expert Posted Fri 23 Jul 2010 4:33am < p> how to make tasty smoothies A few children freeze up at the thought of eating vegetables. Despite being beneficial for kids to consume, they don’t have the same mouth-watering flavor whichcandy as well as quick food has. Parents time in addition to again must be sneaky to get the daily recommended quantity of greens thro ... Read on »
Fruits and Vegetables for Your Health by Doris C. Complimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sat 18 Dec 2010 5:44pm When it comes to natural health remedies , it’s hard not to include fruits into the list. Many studies have proven that a diet full of fruits and vegetables can lower the risk of some cancers, heart disease and other chronic diseases and conditions. Antioxidant vitamins can be found in many fruits and vegetables, such as vitamin A, vitami ... Read on »
Fruit and vegetables are good for general health but have little effect on cancer by Cancer Research UK Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Dec 2010 12:00am Fruit and vegetables may not prevent cancer but are still good for overall health Back in the 1990s, the evidence that fruit and veg played an important role in protecting against cancer seemed compelling. But as time has moved on, so has the science. A new review published this week casts renewed doubt on the role of fruit and ... Read on »
Fruits & Vegetables Promote Kidney Health by A4M Worldhealth.net Posted Mon 06 Dec 2010 10:03pm Posted on 2010-12-06 06:00:00 in Blood Pressure | Diet | In patients with kidney disease, the Western diet produces an acidic environment in the body that has numerous negative effects and wors ... Read on »
Foods Of The Future May Cater To Health, But Right Now Fruits And Vegetables Still Most Important by Moms Nutrition Posted Wed 18 Feb 2009 12:00am Diet and exercise can help reduce the risk of degenerative diseases like heart disease and stroke, diabetes and cancer. Juice Plus+ - learn why eating fruits and vegetables is especially important, and how you can benefit from adding Juice Plus+® to your diet. Juice Plus+® is the most thoroughly researched nutritional product in hist ... Read on »
Fruits And Vegetables - A Health Care Plan We Can Live With by Moms Nutrition Posted Mon 06 Jul 2009 12:00am Most people don't, won't, or can't seem to get enough fruits and vegetables in their diet, which is why The Health & Wellness Institute recommends Juice Plus+® . Not just a few vitamins, Juice Plus+® is a concentrate of nutrients from raw, whole foods - 7 different fruits and 8 different vegetables. If we can get more people disc ... Read on »
Health Benefits of Fruits , Vegetables & Grains by Niyaprakash Patient Expert Posted Wed 18 Mar 2009 3:36pm Benefits of Fruits Fruit is the universal detoxifier, principally because of its content of potassium. It promotes the secretion of hormones and helps the kidneys in detoxification of blood. Potassium is important as an alkalizing agent in keeping a proper acid-alkaline balance in the blood and tissues. It is essential for muscle contraction ... Read on »
Review challenges the health claims made for some vegetable oils by Dr. John B. Medical Doctor Posted Fri 15 Nov 2013 5:48am ‘Vegetable oils’ derived from sunflower, soya, safflower and corn are generally promoted as healthy. They are rich in ‘polyunsaturated’ fats that come in two basic forms: omega-6 and omega-3. Omega-6 oils tend to be inflammatory in nature and also encourage clotting in the blood. Omega-3 fats tend to do the reverse. It’s generally well accepted ... Read on »
7 Super Leafy Green Vegetables For Your Health by Natural Weight Loss Blog Posted Mon 19 Mar 2012 3:55pm Did you know that eating your greens can not only reduce your risk of disease, but give you tons of energy as well? Fresh greens taste great and spruce up any meal. Have your greens in a salad, on a sandwich, or many others ways. Instead of picking up a plain old, nutrient empty, head of iceberg lettuce, choose one of these nutrient rich op ... Read on »