From Ways to Boost Low Testosterone Level Naturally, to The Truth About Food Combining, here is today’s harvest from the greenest and healthiest of the web:
Ways to Boost Low Testosterone Level Naturally
Research has shown that men who ate diets rich in healthy fats like monounsaturated fats & Omega-3 fats had the highest testosterone levels. You can naturally raise your testosterone levels by adding more healthy fats by eating more nuts & seeds, fatty fish like salmon & tuna, avocados, olives, vegetable oils, and natural peanut butter.
The Bountiful Year: A Visual Guide To Seasonal Produce and Fruits
A trip to your local farmers market can give you a good idea of what to eat now, but this infographic provides a handy reference for when is the best time to eat what. Every kind of produce tastes better at the height of its season. Tomatoes are juicier, strawberries are sweeter, and pretty much any other fruit, vegetable, or herb is better when eaten during its natural harvest.
35 Recyclable And Eco-Friendly Packaging Designs For Inspiration
Nowadays, the most popular practice in packaging design is towards the use of eco-friendly materials. These are the ones that which are biodegradable and also recyclable. Indeed, investing in this kind of packaging is worthwhile as our own existence is under a threat due to our disregard of the environment.
Supplements Could Offer Huge Health Care Savings
According to the Frost & Sullivan report, if men and women (55 years and older) with elevated cholesterol levels took psyllium dietary fiber at preventive intake levels on a daily basis, the cost savings for coronary heart disease could be almost $2.5 billion a year, equating just under $19.9 billion in cumulative net savings between 2013 and 2020.
The report also stresses that if women above age 55 with osteoporosis took calcium and vitamin D at preventive intake levels on a daily basis, society could save $1.5 billion a year.
The Truth About Food Combining
Food combining is an advanced nutritional strategy and can be very effective, but only if you are ready for it. It is not a tool for a beginner and there is no need to try it if you don’t have a good nutritional foundation.
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