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Foods That Help Strengthen Our Immune System

Now more than ever we need to activate our defense mechanisms to protect ourselves from ever so spreading novel coronavirus COVID-19, not to mention all other viruses and infections around us. And I don’t mean masks, gloves and other pieces of PPE, I mean our internal mechanism to ward off pathogens – the immune system.… Continue reading Foods That Help Strengthen Our Immune System

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Healthy Foods for Healthy Children

Health and wellbeing of growing children depends on many factors, one of them being nutrition. While children need the same nutrients as adults – vitamins, minerals, protein, carbohydrates and fat, the amounts of them differ depending on child’s age. In the environment we currently live in dietary center stage is often reserved for convenient, quick… Continue reading Healthy Foods for Healthy Children

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Nutritious Foods for New Moms

New mothers have a few objectives to meet when it comes to their health, and that of their babies: recover from childbirth, keep themselves well-nourished and healthy, keep their babies well-nourished and healthy, and get back in pre-pregnancy shape. That’s quite a to-do list! And if they are breastfeeding, their own nutritional status may be… Continue reading Nutritious Foods for New Moms

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Nutritious “Underdogs”

“Superfood” is a buzz word now. Superfoods are the powerhouses of nutrition, packing the most nutrients, antioxidants, phytochemicals and other healthful elements, all summarized as nutritional density of food. If food’s nutritional density outweighs its energy density (calories), simply put – if food has a lot of nutrients and is low in calories – add… Continue reading Nutritious “Underdogs”