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Can a High Fiber Diet Really Help your Health?

Jun 23rd, 2013 Posted in Preventing Diseases | no comment »
Begin to  eat healthier foods. Apples are the perfect food. Food is medicine.

Putting some fiber into your diet can save your life.


Cardiovascular disease is the number one cause of death in the US today, and cardiovascular disease seems to be a catchall phrase for a number of diseases that involve the heart arteries and the veins.
Author Brenda Watson in her book: The Fiber 35 Diet explains that Cardiovascular disease is not only the heart, it effects the brain and extremities.
If you get a blood clot, this can stop the flow of blood anywhere, including the brain. Similarly, blood clots can form in the arteries that supply our arms and legs, and this is called peripheral artery disease.

Keeping your Cholesterol Numbers good!

Aug 21st, 2012 Posted in Healthy Foods, Preventing Diseases | 2 comments »

Learn all about the foods you need to stay healthy and well. Learn to cook and share with others the healthy recipes that you discover.




Many people find out that they have high cholesterol and are shocked!

Recently, there has been much concern on keeping the cholesterol numbers  good so that you can prevent yourself from having a heart attack, stroke or any number of ailments including diabetes, metabolic syndrome and other disorders such as peripheral vascular disease.