The thought of breast cancer is scary and troubles women worldwide. What may cause you to raise your eyebrows is that women in Asian countries such as China have lower incidences of the illness. Dietary preferences may explain this phenomenon. What is breast cancer? Simply put, mammary cancer happens when cells in the breast turn rogue. They grow fast, forming tumors which a doctor can usually detect via a mammogram or an X-Ray of the chest area. Though these tumors are more common in women,
Confused by kale? Flustered by frisée? Use these leafy greens cheat sheet to differentiate your farmers market finds and learn the nutritional benefits. ...And of course how to select, store and prepare all those lovely green vegetables. Kale: Lacinato and Curly Arugula Collards Belgian Endive Watercress Chard: Swiss and Rainbow Cabbage: Savoy, Rad, Napa, Bok Choy Frisée Spinach Radicchio Turnip Greens Dandelion Greens Escarole So here is an infographic with a guide to leafy veggies and their benefits by livebetteramerica.aol.com. Hope you love vegetables like
In this modern era, people are constantly bombarding their minds with loads and loads of information such as studies, assignments, new projects and other work-related information. A healthy memory is more important now than ever before. People are increasingly turning to gadgets such as smartphones and computers to keep track of most things in their lives. This dependence can be reduced by adopting healthy eating habits. Certain foods provide your brain with essential nutrients to enable sharpened reflexes, and a better attention span and memory.