IT'S A NICE ARTICLE I ENJOYED READING IT. WE MUST ALL KNOW THAT FOOD IS IMPORTANT IN OUR DAILY LIFE AND EATING THE RIGHT MEAL MAKES OUR BODY HEALTHY. I WOULD LIKE TO ASK IN MY CASE, WHAT FOOD CAN I EAT IF I HAVE ARTRITIS MUSCLE JOINT PAINS AND REGULAR HEADACHES. I HAVE HIGH BLOOD AND HIGH CHOLESTEROL. I AM TAKING CARE OF MY EATING HABITS BECAUSE RECENTLY MY SUGAR LEVEL BECAME HIGH 146 THOUGH I AM NOT YET DIABETIC. I AM 53 YRS. OLD AND I AM TAKING MY MAINTENANCE TABLETS REGULARLY FOR MANY YEARS. THREE YEARS AGO I HAD HYSTERECTOMY AND I AM SUPPOSE HAVING MENOPAUSE ATTACKS.
PLEASE GIVE FOOD ADVICE FOR WOMEN WHO ARE MENOPAUSING AND ALSO FOR THOSE WHO HAD HYSTERECTOMY OPERATION SINCE THE LEVEL OF HORMONES ALREADY DROPPED. WHAT VEGETARIAN MEALS ARE SUPERB FOR THOSE WHO ARE IN THIER 50'S. THANK YOU SO MUCH. MORE POWER TO YOU...
03/25/2010 - 4:14am
03/25/2010 - 4:00am
thanks for showing us the importance of food.I always used to avoid egg,beef,choc. & potatoes.Nw i will include this thing in my diet..but ofcourse balancing my daily required diet...
03/25/2010 - 3:30am
none of them. this article was stupid and if i had to guess mostly not factual.
03/25/2010 - 3:13am
Butter or clarified butter is bad for heart health
03/25/2010 - 3:07am
Eating beans will cause more gas! ;)
03/25/2010 - 2:29am
Does the Atkins diet really lower tryglicerides, cholesterol, and raise good cholesterol as he claimed in his books ? Is it a healthy diet for awhile or longer? Does it work if you take the right supplements along with the high protein and fats and low carbs? I don't know about buying into it as he fought the conventional nutritional wisdom, but was he right or wrong?
03/25/2010 - 2:25am
Great article. I have been studying nutrition for long time and have learned great benefits about Quinoh Beans, Broccoli, Spinach, Honey, Apple Cider Vineger, Extra Virgn Coconut Oil and Ponergranate also Edible H2O2. Please let me know the truth about them and where can Iget last two of above list. My email is Curshee@yahoo.com
03/25/2010 - 2:25am
i dont care
03/25/2010 - 2:23am
I have heard that pork is "bad for you" because it contains toxin-absorbing fat. The fat is almost impossible to get rid of and some of the tastiest organs (like the kidneys and liver) are almost toxic due to the extreme amount of toxins that swine consume in their lifetimes. It is common to find beef or chicken livers, but you NEVER find pork (the point explains it). Would you say that pork is considered "safe enough to eat regularly" or should the public turn to substitutes (like turkey) and eat pork on rare occasions (like in pork chops)?