Nuts and berries clean up the aging brain



In Germany, there is a snack called “Studentenfutter” which can be translated into English as “students’ food”. It simply consists of different nuts, raisins and other dried fruit. There are lots of … [Read more...]


Popcorn has antioxidants, too



Snacking is not bad as long as they are the right food and the right amount. And a recent study by researchers at the University of Scranton reveals that even popcorn has some redeeming … [Read more...]


The dark side of chocolate: healthy and heart-friendly



Resource post for January Have you ever looked at the chocolate section in the supermarket lately? I'm sure many of us do not, to avoid temptation. After all, chocolate is the number enemy of … [Read more...]


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