Bone broth is made by simmering the bones (and other inedible parts) of a variety of animals and fish in a large stock pot with water, vegetables, herbs and spices for one to multiple days.
So far we looked at the underlying cause of plaque build-up in the arteries (aka atherosclerosis) and 8 key underlying risk factors that play a role in triggering this problem.
Last week we looked at atherosclerosis (plaque buildup) in the arteries. It appears that at the root of this process is damage or stress to the arterial lining (also known as endothelial dysfunction) from a variety of factors, which then sets off a series of events due to an overactive inflammatory response.
In order to fully understand how to protect the cardiovascular system from disease, we should first be aware of what can go wrong and the common risk factors associated with major concerns, such as atherosclerosis (plaque buildup).
You may know by now that “breakfast is the most important meal of the day”. But why? Breakfast literally breaks your fast from the night before.
When people talk about “green foods”, most people automatically think of spinach or kale. Others might lean more towards the idea of sea vegetables, such as spirulina or chlorella.
In his book, “Healthy at 100”, John Robbins explores the scientifically proven secrets of the world’s healthiest and long-lived populations.
In this day and age, we are presented with an overwhelming amount of conflicting evidence regarding what types of and how much when it comes to matters of “healthy living”.
To put it as maturely as possible, gas is what happens when air is released from either the mouth or rectum. This can be uncomfortable and embarrassing when it is excessive or smelly.