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Mushrooms May Have Anti-aging PotentialYour favorite pizza topping could you help fight aging! A team of Penn State researchers found mushrooms are rich in antioxidants that scientists say could be used fight aging and boost general health. The study suggests that mushrooms have high amounts of the ergothioneine and glutathione, both important antioxidants, said Professor Robert Beelman. He added that the researchers also found that the amounts the two compounds varied greatly between
B12 Is More Critical Than We ThoughtRemember when Pac-Man became super powerful after eating power pellets? That’s how vitamin B12 acts with microbes (without Inky, Blinky, Pinky and Clyde), according to new research that suggests the vitamin is far more influential than previously
Calm Anxiety With 8 Breathing ExercisesAnxiety disorders affect 40 million adults in the United States. Although they’re treatable, only 37 percent of those suffering receive treatment, according to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America. Anxiety comes with many physical symptoms, including chest pain, dizziness and brain fog. A panic attack or anxiety episode can be scary and difficult to manage, but experts agree breathing techniques can help during those
Eating Right: Brighten Your Day With Red ProduceThere is nothing like red fruits and vegetables to warm our hearts — and protect them, too. Here’s an in depth look at some of the season’s reddest, healthiest choices. Pomegranates. Pomegranates are a good source of blood-clotting vitamin K, tissue-repairing antioxidant vitamin C, and filling fiber, but they really stand out for their phytochemicals.
What’s New, Delicious, and Coming To a Store Near You?March marks the last gasp of winter months and the long-awaited annual Natural Products Expo West, the “coming out” party for new products. So once again, the tireless FoodTrients team made its way up and down the miles of aisles at California’s Anaheim Convention Center. The Expo was held from March 8-11 and we were there to discover (and taste) new natural products
Biohack Your Way To a More Resilient BrainWhat would it feel like to have maximum energy to fuel your brain, your cells, and your every desire? To be more patient with the people you love, to make the best possible decisions, and to enjoy every minute of it? From the creator of Bulletproof Coffee and author of the bestselling The Bulletproof Diet comes a revolutionary plan
10 Tips for More Nutritious FoodTrying to get the most nutrition out of your food? That's a really good idea in this day and age. Below, we'll explain 10 simple ways so that you can squeeze more nutrients from common food items that are already in your kitchen and diet. And don't worry - none of these "food hacks" require hours of work or an advanced science degree. They're just simple,
TV Show Stars Grace O and FoodTrientsDon’t miss Grace O’s appearance on TV. Recently, she taped four shows as part of a series on food and aging with TV host Faith Bautista of Charter Cable’s Owning a Piece of America show. Each show is dedicated to one of the benefits of FoodTrients. They were taped in Grace’s home in LaCañada Flintridge, California. The first show, which focuses on anti-inflammatories, is airing now. Grace makes two of her tasty recipes that help
Willow Bark Is a Legendary Pain RelieverWillow bark has an important place in medicine and in human history. Known by many names– pussy willow, purple willow, black willow, it is traditionally used to reduce pain and fever and was the original source of salicin, a chemical similar to aspirin (acetylsalicylic acid) from which the drug was created in the 1800’s. The medicinal use of willow bark dates to
Antioxidants Kick Butt When It Comes To AgingAntioxidants are one of the 8 age-defying benefits we look for in the foods we highlight in my cookbooks and on FoodTrients. My goal is to create delicious dishes packed with the nutrients that help us look and feel younger, and antioxidants are an important part of many of my recipes. So what exactly are antioxidants? Virtually every fruit and
What Do FoodTrients Do?
Reduce inflammatory process in cells, tissues, and blood vessels, helping to slow aging and reduce risk of long-term disease.
Prevents and repairs oxidative damage to cells caused by free radicals.
Support the body’s resistance to infection and strengthen immune vigilance and response.
Improves mood, memory, and focus.
Reduces risk factors for common degenerative and age-related diseases.