(The Best Years in Life) It's time for July 4th, which usually means a lot of fun in the sun and the outdoors for many of us. It also a big weekend for grilling for many of us. All that sunshine and outdoors can come with a few pitfalls, such as sunburn, troublesome insects and poisonous plants - not to mention the typical holiday grilled fare and other foods that are often less than healthy. Here are some timely articles and recipes that may help you enjoy a safer and healthier weekend: Read More.
The Best Years in Life) Fifteen million people in the United States are estimated to suffer from tinnitus - which is the perception of a noise sensation in one or both ears without any actual noise source being present. The perceived noise can be ringing, chirping, roaring, or humming. In many instances, tinnitus can be either eliminated or greatly relieved through changes in diet and lifestyle as well as with nutritional supplementation and herbal remedies. Don't miss the Tinnitus Skull-Thumping Remedy at the end of this article! Read More.
(The Best Years in Life) Just when you thought eating fish was iffy enough due to Fukushima radiation, the gulf oil spill, mercury and other toxins found in fish, one of the largest seafood fraud investigations in the world to date has found that 59 percent of the tuna Americans consume is not really tuna. Worse still, most of the fake tuna was found to actually be a fish known for causing gastrointestinal problems. Other lowlights, er highlights, of the study included:
• Mislabeling was found in 27 of the 46 fish types tested (59 percent)
• Salmon, snapper, cod, tuna, sole, halibut and grouper were the top collected fish types
• Only seven of the 120 red snapper samples were honestly labeled
• Between one-fifth to more than one-third of the halibut, grouper, cod and Chilean sea bass samples were mislabeled
• 44 percent of all the grocery stores, restaurants and sushi venues visited sold mislabeled seafood
Sushi lovers take note: Oceana did not find a single sushi bar which had no dishonestly labeled fish. Read More.
(The Best Years in Life) This super simple salad features cool English cucumbers, fresh fennel and tangy Greek yogurt. Fennel contains fiber, potassium, and vitamins C and A. And its mild licorice flavor gives the salad a delicious punch. The Greek-style yogurt with a splash of apple cider vinegar makes a light creamy dressing with the perfect tinge of tartness.<span font-weight:="" bold;="" color:="" rgb(51,="" 51,="" 153)"="" size="6" id="ctl00_ctl00_ctl00_bcr_bcr_bcr_lblDrComments44846">
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(The Best Years in Life) A study conducted for Britain's Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) found that encouraging children to learn gardening boosts their development by helping them become happier, more confident, and more resilient. In addition, gardening also helps teach children patience and the benefits of a healthy diet and lifestyle. Read More.
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