Calcium is a mineral that the body needs for numerous functions, including building and maintaining bones and teeth, blood clotting, the transmission of nerve impulses, and the regulation of the heart’s rhythm. The body gets the calcium it needs in two ways. One is by eating foods or supplements that contain calcium, and the other is by drawing from calcium stores in the body, primarily the bones. Check out the healthiest foods rich in calcium!
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Now more than ever, it's important for your immune system to stay in tip-top shape during the winter. One of the best ways to stay healthy is by maintaining a nutritious diet. Read more which are the best immune system-booster-foods!
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It's super important to be careful with your fish consumption because of both health and sustainability issues. Some fish have a high mercury content, which makes them potentially dangerous if you eat too much. And other species of fish have been over-fished to the point of population decline. So it's important to be smart and informed about your under the sea options. Here's a list of seafood you absolutely should be eating, and others you should avoid.
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Just how do you store your onions? Do you keep them on the kitchen counter, or do you prefer to stick them in the pantry, out of sight (and smell)? Or perhaps you actually put them in the vegetable bin in your fridge. Wherever you choose to keep your onions, there's a good chance you're doing it all wrong, at least with some of the onions you buy.
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It feels like verging on science fiction but many scientists are convinced it is possible to develop a therapy that can either extend our lifespan or even reverse the cellular aging process. Here is a rundown of the latest discoveries in the search for an anti-aging drug.