From the Harvard Men's Health Watch to the next Whole Foods, here is today’s harvest from the greenest and healthiest of the web:
Harvard Men's Health Watch: Instead of Obsessing About Dietary Fat, Eat Healthy Foods
When it comes to healthy eating, dietary fat often tops the list of things that are "bad" for health. But such lists ignore the fact that some fats are good for you. What's more, scrupulously counting how much fat you consume or avoiding all fats indiscriminately are not helpful.
Berries may clear amyloid, to help fight Alzheimer's disease
Many things help to eliminate the "amyloid beta protein tangles" that build in the brain as we age and contribute to the occurrence of Alzheimer's or dementia. In a recent animal study it was noted that all berries are beneficial but Blueberries and Strawberries were the best.
Anti-Inflammatory Diet Tips from Dr. Andrew Weil
What you eat affects your body, all the way down to your white blood cells. Learn from Dr. Weil just how you can fight disease-causing inflammation.
Berry Berry Grape Smoothie recipe from Welch - it’s Berry Day here!
Berries, plain sugar-free yogurt, and Welch's 100% grape juice combine for a delicious smoothie to start your day off the healthy way.
The Next Whole Foods? Three Emerging Healthy Supermarket Challengers
Whole Foods has been one of the most successful supermarket stories in decades. Billing itself as America’s Healthiest Grocery Store, the chain has expanded—through acquisitions and new store openings—from a mere six stores in 1988 to around 350 locations toda
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