Green Coffee

Safe and Effective Weight Loss Supplements

…of green coffee beans and raspberry ketones are some of the latest supplements for weight loss that are being touted for their ability to help shed pounds. But do they actually work? The short answer is a qualified yes and yes. Both appear to have moderate weight-loss effects. Green coffee bean…

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Create a Morning Ritual for the Diabesity Challenge

…meal, here are a few tips on a morning routine that may be helpful: * Exercise upon waking. * Meditate or pray for 30 minutes. * Sip on green tea and/or coffee. Exercise Upon waking, put on your sneakers and exercise. Whether you walk, go for a light jog, swim, do yoga, or pop in an exercise…

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Tips for Preventing Cancer

…servings of berries, leafy greens, broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables, cooked tomatoes, onions and garlic. For extra fiber, grind one-fourth cup of flaxseed daily and add it to salads, soups, cereals or beverages. * Drink several cups of tea (black or green) or coffee every day, and if you…

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Natural Appetite Suppressants

…your diet is caffeine. When you feel the need to reach for a snack, drink a cup of coffee instead—it often takes the edge off of hunger. If you aren’t a coffee fan, another safe and effective option is green tea. For extra help, try the amino acid 5-hydroxytryptophan (5-HTP), which cuts…

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How to Ward Off Cognitive Decline

…Specific foods that protect against memory loss include fish, mono- and polyunsaturated fats, low-fat dairy products, blueberries, cocoa, green tea, coffee, and alcohol (light-to-moderate—heavy drinking fries your brain). * Stay sharp with supplements. A number of neuroprotective vitamins,…

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6 Everyday Habits That Keep Your Bones Strong

…Good sources include chicken, turkey, fish, and tofu. * Load up on vegetables. Eat lots of leafy greens and broccoli, which are rich in vitamin K, calcium, and magnesium. * Drink green tea. Green tea is low in caffeine and is a good source of vitamin K, which improves bone mineralization. *…

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Another Reason to Avoid Sodas

…another alternative. * To kick your coffee up a notch, sprinkle some cinnamon into the grounds prior to brewing or add a little low-or no-calorie creamer and a dash of stevia or xylitol to sweeten it up. * To jazz up hot or cold tea, try different flavors of green, herbal, and black tea. Or make…

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You Need More Than Calcium for Healthy Bones

…studies have found that a high intake of plant foods is associated with a reduced risk of osteoporosis. Vitamin K, which is abundant in leafy greens, and isoflavones, found in soy, are particularly protective. Factors that contribute to bone breakdown include excessive intake of carbonated soft…

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Benefits of Milk: Fact or Fiction?

…food, that’s for sure. Drink it sparingly if at all. A splash in your coffee or on your cereal every once in a while is fine, but avoid drinking more than that. For hydration purposes, water, tea, and coffee are my number-one recommendations. A note on other dairy products: In the Swedish…

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How To Maintain Natural Prostate Health

…to a reduced risk of prostate cancer. Green tea is rich in polyphenols that inhibit the formation of cancer-causing nitrosamines and block the growth of cancer cells. And it was recently discovered that men who drink one to three cups of regular or decaf coffee per day have a 29 decreased risk of…

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Folic Acid for Alzheimer's Prevention

greens, and other vegetables) and take at least 800 mcg of supplemental folic acid daily. Now it’s your turn: Do you have an Alzheimer’s prevention tip you’d like to share? You May Also Be Interested In: * Preventing Alzheimer’s Disease Naturally * New Study Shows Coffee Can…

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