12 Vitamins & Compounds That Can Improve Cognitive Function

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Since cognitive function is vital in performing any task proficiently, it’s crucial to take care of your brain health. It is typical for cognitive function to decrease as part of the natural aging process; however, there are certain things you can do to help improve any declines in brain ability and slow down the natural loss of memory, information processing or decision-making. How can I improve my cognitive function? To improve your cognitive abilities, it’s best to start with some
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Awesome Long-Life Fruit & Veg That Can Be Stored Throughout Winter

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Storing vegetables throughout the winter months can pose some problems that are hard to avoid. For vegetables and fruits to stay fresh after harvest, they need ideal conditions. What makes it even more difficult is that different products require different conditions. Things such as temperature and humidity both need to be taken into account when storing produce for the cold winter months. How do you store vegetables over winter? There are three specific conditions that can be used to store
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Recipe Of The Month: Tricolour Quinoa & Warming Green Savoy Cabbage Pan

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Cold days mean cravings for cosy, nutrient-dense comfort foods, like our delicious and fulfilling Tricolour Quinoa & Warming Green Savoy Cabbage Pan! When it comes to winter superfoods, nothing quite stand out like cruciferous cabbage and kale. Despite being rich in nutrients and fibre, these kings of convenience are also cheap to buy, quick to prepare and enjoy a really long shelf-life in the fridge!   Ingredients (~4 portions) 350g green savoy cabbage, washed and chopped into bite sized pieces 350g
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5 New Year’s Resolutions For People With Chronic Illness

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As a new year begins, the scent of change is often in the air. It’s almost obligatory to make some sort of goal for yourself when the clock strikes midnight on New Year’s Eve. For many, those goals include losing weight, eating better or quitting unhealthy vices. For those living with chronic illness, the idea of making goals is just as enticing as it is for the next person, but it’s important to take health limitations into account. Setting attainable
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How To Shop Seasonally In Winter And Still Maintain A Balanced Diet

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Eating a balanced diet is one of the most important things you can do for your health. The old adage ‘you are what you eat’ is entirely accurate, after all. The body needs a varied level of nutrients to function at its best, and each and every cell and bodily process relies on the vitamins and minerals you give it. When you live in an area where crops are no longer growing because the fields are buried under a thick
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The Role Of B Vitamins In Energy Metabolism

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The energy metabolism takes the nutrients you eat and turns them into energy. The process is a vital component in determining how well the body functions and disperses important nutrients and vitamins to where they need to go. The family of B vitamins, otherwise known as B complex vitamins, are water-soluble vitamins involved in energy metabolism. They play a crucial role in how well the energy metabolism works because certain enzymes in the body can only work with the proper
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5 Autumnal Vegetables That Boost Immune Function

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When the seasons change, what you eat should change, too. Depending on where you live, different climates will yield different vegetables, and eating in-season is an important part of getting the most nutrients for your buck, so to speak. The closer you are to where your produce was grown, the more nutrient-dense it will be when it finally makes it to your table. With the onset of cold weather, immune function can suffer, particularly from things like exposure to the
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How Nutrition Can Impact Candida Albicans Infections

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Candida albicans is a pathogenic yeast that is naturally occurring and generally doesn’t cause any problems within the body. When an overgrowth does occur, it can lead to infections of the urinary tract, mouth, genital area and skin. The symptoms of an overabundance of this type of fungal yeast can range in type, severity and duration, depending on where the infection is. In the past, a specific diet was prescribed to people suffering from an overgrowth of the yeast, a
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7 Lifestyle Tips That Naturally Boost Energy Levels

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Energy metabolism is the process the body uses to turn nutrients into the energy you need to get through the day. When you suffer from low energy levels, it can put a real damper on your day-to-day quality of life. For optimal function, the body must be fed all the right energy-giving nutrients: vitamins, minerals, carbohydrates, fats and proteins. Things such as lack of exercise, poor diet choices and chronic illnesses can all affect the natural function of energy metabolism
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Does Fasting Benefit Lyme Patients?

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People who suffer from Lyme disease often have a hard time battling chronic symptoms, such as: joint aches fatigue issues with regular and restful sleep inflammation in the body cognitive disfunction, including memory loss and trouble concentrating. These symptoms often take a while to develop after the onset of the infection, but they are tough to get rid of, since the bacteria that causes Lyme disease can often go dormant within the body for years. The only way to treat
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