As well as all the positive health benefits already mentioned, asparagus contains numerous other essential vitamins and nutrients, including vitamins A, C, E, and K, phosphorus, potassium, and manganese. It is also low in calories and has no cholesterol or fat. Considering the fact that it is also regarded as an aphrodisiac, can you afford not to add more of this impressive vegetable to your diet?
You already know that fruits and vegetables are good for your heart and for every cell in your body, but can eating them make you more attractive? Find out what a surprising new study shows about how eating fruits and veggies can change your appearance for the better.
Is cheese bad for your heart? That’s what the experts have been saying for years. But now a study shows that the saturated fat in cheese may not raise your cholesterol level after all. Find out why cheese can still be a part of a heart-healthy diet.
Fat gets a bad rap when it comes to health. This article dispels five common myths about fat and discusses why we need a certain amount for good health. It also talks about the difference between “good fats” and “bad fats.”
Exercise can make you look and feel better, but can it increase your lifespan too? Find out whether staying active can add years to your life, and the other benefits you’ll gain from a lifetime exercise plan.
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Does resistance training burn significant amounts of fat while you’re doing it? Some people think they should focus on cardio to burn fat, but at least one study shows that resistance training kicks your fat burning furnace into high gear. Find out why.
Nuts are a healthy and nutritious snack, but they’re not low in calories. Many people enjoy their crunchiness so much that they find it hard to stop. Here are five ways to enjoy the health benefits of nuts as a snack without “overdoing” it.