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Healthy Friday: 8 High fat foods that are incredibly good for you
July 26, 2017 12:14 PM
There are 8 high fat foods that are very good for you. Studies have shown that fat is not as bad as it was made to be. There are some healthy fatty foods that have returned as super foods. Eating dark chocolate 5 times per week is a great idea. Dark chocolate actually has more antioxidants than blueberries. The antioxidants in dark chocolate can help lower your blood pressure. Dark chocolate can also help with your brain functioning.
"Eggs are one of the most nutrient dense foods on earth."
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Feast on natural food for healthy eyes
November 15, 2016 05:04 PM
There are lots of natural foods that may help keep your eyesight in tip top condition. Eggs, green leafy vegetables, some fruits, nuts and beans all contain antioxidants and components that fight disease and protect the eyes from damage as we age. Some meats, like pork. Oysters and some fish may also help with eye health.
"So, there is more to eye nutrition beyond carrots."
Timely News Briefs from the National Nutritional Foods Association
April 15, 2006 01:29 PM
NNFA Questions, Responds to WSJ Article on Supplements… Last Friday, April 7th, the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) published a letter to the editor from NNFA Executive director and CEO David Seckman, stating that a recent WSJ article titled “The Case Against Vitamins” ignored the vast majority of scientific studies that prove the safety and efficacy of vitamins while highlighting and distorting the few that do not. Seckman pointed out among other things that “While the author correctly stated people can get the proper amounts of micronutrients from foods, the fact is according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, more than 75 percent of Americans do not” and “while clinical syndromes of classical vitamin deficiencies are unusual in industrialized nations, suboptimal vitamin status is quite common has been associated with many severe chronic diseases.”