Time for the best and worst Health and Fitness News from the week. This weeks edition: recipe of the week three ingredient fudge and brisket chli, fifteen foods to keep in your kitchen year round, why guys should do yoga, vitamin B and its effects (lack of) on Alzheimer’s, why you should consider putting more corn into your diet, and do we really get shorter as we age? All that and much much more….
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A few reasons why guys should include yoga as a part of their workout repertoire.
Fifteen foods to keep in your kitchen, year round.
Do people really get shorter with age? Or is it because you don’t take time to stretch?
Recipe of the week featuring: three ingredient homemade fudge. Then again, there’s also brisket chili.
Our blast from the past: Familiariaze yourself with the different types of stretching.
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For those of you who follow a Paleo type diet, there’s a lot of debate out there as to whether or not tubers (potatoes, roots, etc) are considered okay to eat – I say…who cares? Unless of course you have some issue with them. Anyway, a new study on Paleolithic teeth showed that tubers were a staple of their diet.
The hypothesis that vitamin B can possibly reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s has been debunked At least according to an Oxford review of all the current literature out there.
In related Alzheimer’s news – these seven factors can reduce one third of Alzheimer’s cases.
I love corn – some people don’t. But did you know that corn has many benefits? Such as increasing the amount of beneficial gut bacteria and increasing calcium absorption.
I also love, the health benefits of omega-3 fatty acids. A recent study in mice has shown that omega-3 supplementation in mice can reduce the severity of osteoarthritis.
Looking to get some vitamin-A? Next time add an avocado to your food. It helps with vitamin-A absorption when eating also tomatoes or carrots. Salsa anyone?
That’s all for this week. Did we miss something? Comment below.
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