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Superfood for Preventing and Reversing Bone Loss

The nutrition researchers recruited 236 women who had hit menopause one to ten years earlier, were not on hormone replacement therapy or taking any prescribed medications known to influence bone metabolism.

Two groups of women ate either 100 grams of dried plums or 100 grams of dried apples. Additionally, participants received 500 milligrams of calcium plus 400 IU of vitamin D daily.
Those eating the dried plums benefited from a big improvement in bone mineral density. Tests in the United Kingdom have yielded similar results.

New Superfood from Africa: Moringa

Made from the leaf of a tree from Africa and Southeast Asia, moringa could become the hot new superfood of 2015. Or at least one of them.

Moringa can be mixed into yogurt or a smoothie for a tasty way to get seven times as much Vitamin C as oranges, twice as protein as plain yogurt and 400% more calcium than milk.

Equal portions of moringa provide 400% more Vitamin A than carrots. And this new superfood would be high on Popeye’s list, as moringa has 25 times as much iron as Spinach.

Moringa is sold in health food stores and online in bar form as well and powdered form.

March is National Nutrition Month

March is National Nutrition Month, time to review your diet and live healthier in 2015 and beyond.It doesn’t matter which nation you live in, because National Nutrition Month should really be called International Nutrition Month. Take time to review your diet, and that of your kids, for children are our future.

If you don’t have time or the opportunity to consult with a nutritionist, there are many excellent books on nutritional diets, plus lots of detailed information on the Web. Also consider superfoods such as acai berries, strawberries, chia and fish oil. These are also available as nutritional supplements that can be found online.

The Mediterranean Diet: Live Longer and Healthier

The Mediterranean diet is one example of a successful diet that can help you live longer as well as healthier. Little meat, extra virgin olive oil, and dark green vegetables like kale and broccoli are integral to the Mediterranean diet. Lots of nuts and legumes, too.

Peanuts, a legume not a nut, was recently pointed out as a way to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, and peanuts are also a brain food.

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