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4 Heart-Healthy Superfruits With Anti-Aging Benefits

Fruits are delicious and packed with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, making them beneficial for health. This article highlights four superfruits—blueberries, cherries, mulberries, and raspberries — that are particularly effective for anti-aging and heart health, reducing the risk of heart disease. Additionally, we’ll explore their various health benefits and the best ways to consume them. 4 ...

Mikel Davis

A bowl containing ripe raspberries, cherries, and mulberries with mint leaves as garnish.

Top 10 Ranking Foods for Summer

During the summer, we should eat nutritious foods that will help to build our immune system and increase our immunity in preparation for the winter season. The top 10 healthy foods ranked in order from 1 to 10 1. Eggs Eggs are a complete nutritional food. They are rich in complete proteins (they contain all ...

Tatiana Denning

A plate of scrambled eggs.

7 Foods That Are Good for Your Brain

Keeping the brain in good working order has a great impact on your daily life. These 7 brain foods are simple components of a daily diet that will keep it healthy. Keep in mind that for the fruits and vegetables listed, frozen are just as good as their fresh counterparts which will save on the ...

David Jirard

A glass of water.

7 Foods to Keep Your Blood Vessels Young

If the body’s blood vessels are not working properly, they cannot deliver blood to all parts of the body. As you age, fatty traces form in your blood vessels causing the cells lining the inside of the vessels to increase in number and size. This leads to medical emergencies, such as heart attacks and strokes. ...

David Jirard

A jar of honey.

7 Fruits That Relieve Dry Eyes

As many of us are already aware, looking at a computer screen or phone for extended periods will cause dry eyes. The retina of the eye has a photosensitive substance known as rhodopsin. The light from a screen will damage the eyes, and after a long time, the eyes will feel tired, dry, and itchy. ...

David Jirard

A woman holding two slices of papaya over her eyes.

Foods for Better Vision

Are you eating the foods that are best for your eyes? There’s more to eye nutrition than just carrots. Learn which foods boost your eye health and help protect against sight-threatening diseases. Eating healthy is good for your whole body — especially better vision for your eyes! Top food choices for better vision Bell peppers Did ...

Raven Montmorency

Young girl with her back to the camera is having her eyesight tested with an eyechart.

Green Plums: 6 Amazing Health Benefits

Green plums are often seen as one of the finest dessert plums in the world and are known by various names, like greengage, Kakadu plum, wild plum, and murunga. They contain a lot of fiber and are rich in Vitamin C, sodium, calcium, potassium, Vitamin K, Vitamin A, and phytonutrients. Usually, they are used in ...

Michael Segarty

A green Kakadu plum tree.

Top 10 Foods for Beautiful, Vibrant Skin

Many women (me included) spend numerous hours and dollars striving for clear, healthy, and vibrant skin. While some lotions and potions go a long way to help, the types of food you eat play a big part in your skin tone and quality in the short and long term. Your skin is a reflection of ...

Sheridan Genrich

A lady with glowing skin.

Sunscreen: 7 Sun-Protecting Foods for Your Skin

The sun is starting to feel a bit hotter every year, right? You have to be careful because long-term exposure can damage your immune system, accelerate skin aging, and cause skin cancer. All of these are not good. Thus, it is important to use sunscreen. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), over 2 million ...

Raven Montmorency

A mound of blueberries.

5 Tasty Blue Fruits That Will Recharge Your Body’s Power House

Fruits come in many shapes and forms. But did you know that a fruit’s color also says something about that fruit’s nutritional content? Blue fruits, for example, get their beautiful color from plant compounds called polyphenols. They generally contain a lot of anthocyanins, which are a group of chemical compounds that are responsible for the ...

Hermann Rohr

A bowl of blueberries.