Ever been to a buffet where you’ve filled your plate again and again? Ever notice that you can feel ‘full’ after eating a meal and then feel ‘hungry’ when dessert is out? If you’ve answered “yes’ – and who wouldn’t – then you’ve experienced firsthand the difference between hunger and a craving.
In 2010, approximately 2.3 million people died worldwide due to excessive consumption of salt. This troubling data was introduced at an American Heart Association conference. Ministries of health are coming out with special programs targeted at reducing the amount of salt in food products, and teaching the public how to reduce the amount of salt.
New and important research shows that Mediterranean nutrition can decrease the risk of heart disease by about 30% – adding to the mass of evidence that a Mediterranean diet is a ‘gold standard’ for good health.
Vitamin D is good for the bones, prevents depression, protects the respiratory system, and even prevents tooth decay. In general, according to recent studies, it appears that this vitamin is the best thing since sliced bread. So here are 15 reasons to take vitamin D and all the information on how it should be administered.