Nature has an ingenious way of highlighting the nutrients in plants: each color signifies different nutrients that are beneficial to our bodies. By eating an array of colorful fruits and vegetables, you can provide your body with everything it needs. Here we explore the benefits of a varied, colorful diet.
A 71 YEARS OLD WOMAN HAS P-LCC IN 0,31. DOES IT MEAN CANCER? WHAT TO DO TO CONFIRM?
There are public health organizations for almost every nutrient in the grocery store these days, it seems. One such group is the Consensus Action on Salt and Health (CASH), which is concerned with getting British residents’ salt intake under control. Currently, the average person takes in 8 grams of salt a day, which is one third more than the daily recommended amount of 6 grams (approx. 1 teaspoon, or 0.2 ounces).