1. The reason for radishes: Food InFocus

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    Aussie nutritionist Sue Radd http://sueradd.com explains the science behind the surprising cancer-fighting powers of the humble radish. Viewer feedback: letters@infocus.org.au

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    • Medicinhaverne

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      • Jo Robinson-Eating on the Wild Side

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        Jo Robinson’s new book Eating on the Wild Side: The Missing Link to Optimum Health takes careful measure of the last 15 years of scientific research in the fields involving food and nutrition— tens of thousands of individual studies, and boils them down into a sizable number of startling new revelations. Read the full post on Cooking Up a Story: http://cookingupastory.com/jo-robinson-eating-on-the-wild-side

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        • Benefits of Phytochemicals - Foods For Healing

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          http://foods4healing.com/ Foods For Healing - Phytochemicals are chemical compounds that occur naturally in plants. Some are responsible for color and other organoleptic properties, such as the deep purple of blueberries and the smell of garlic. Learn why phytochemicals are good for you and how you can get more in your diet. For more information on phytochemicals please visit: http://foods4healing.com/

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          • Rhodiola Nootropics

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            http://www.limitlessmindset.com/nootropics/432-excelerol.html The Top Rated Rhodiola Supplement. http://www.limitlessmindset.com/nootropic-ingredients/319-rhodiola.html | This adaptogenic herbal stimulant has been used as energy boosting agent in Russia and China for centuries. It stimulates the nervous system, helps with work, along with combating stress and fatigue. The mechanism of action for Rhodiola is that it boosts dopamine and serotonin levels by inhibiting monoamine oxidase and helping opioid peptides. It's also contains a number of phytochemicals, neuroprotective anti oxidizing agents and is a stress reducing agent. http://www.limitlessmindset.com/marketplace.html | Please checkout Limitless Mindset Brain Power Marketplace! It's an objective ratings & review marketplace of +60 mind power products and nootropic supplements. Also please check out the Limitless Mindset Podcast, an entertaining, educational and free internet radio show loaded with actionable information about how to acquire superhuman mental abilities and hack your reality. http://www.limitlessmindset.com/podcast.html

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            • Green Tea Nootropics

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              http://www.limitlessmindset.com/nootropics/432-excelerol.html The Top Rated Green Tea Supplement. http://www.limitlessmindset.com/nootropic-ingredients/322-green-tea.html | Green tea also contains a high amount of Theanine, a psychoactive which can cross the blood brain barrier, where it fights stress, it also promotes alpha-brain wave patterns, alpha is associated with meditation, concentration and creativity. Similar to the racatams family of nootropics it also increases neuroreceptivity of dopamine and AMPA receptivity. Some bloggers also report a sensation of tranquility a few hours after taking L-Theanine. http://www.limitlessmindset.com/marketplace.html | Please checkout Limitless Mindset Brain Power Marketplace! It's an objective ratings & review marketplace of +60 mind power products and nootropic supplements. Also please check out the Limitless Mindset Podcast, an entertaining, educational and free internet radio show loaded with actionable information about how to acquire superhuman mental abilities and hack your reality. http://www.limitlessmindset.com/podcast.html

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              • Olympic Lifting Circuit

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                George from SuperBootCamps.com shows you how to do a simple but effective circuit using some Olympic Lifting Exercises. You'll notice that there is a big focus on technique here, and if you haven't done any Olympic Lifting before, you'll need to make the first exercise more simple, or get some decent instruction. George is available in the Manchester area for coaching in Olympic Lifting, weight lifting and all aspects of fitness work, diet

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                • Foods that Fight Cancer: Winter Squash

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                  Winter squash are excellent sources of vitamin A, good sources of vitamin C and dietary fiber. They are also a good way to get potassium. This video demonstrates how to choose, prepare and cook winter squash with two healthy, cancer-fighting recipes.

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                  • Healing and preventing chronic diseases through nutritional excellency: presented by Joel Fuhrman MD

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                    Dr. Joel Fuhrman, leading nutrition expert and best selling author presents this latest landmark research into curing and preventing many chronic diseases through nutritional excellence using a plant based diet.

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                    • Adding Fiber to Your Diet for Health and Weightloss

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                      http://facebook.com/coachlana We hear alot about adding fiber to our diet. But, why do I need it, how much do I need and how do I add it to my diet? I hope to touch on each of these questions. Soluble fiber, found in beans, fruits, and more, aids in satiety (helping you feel full). Insoluble fiber, found in wheat bran, whole grains, nuts, vegetables, and other foods, helps keep your digestive system regular. According to the National Academy of Sciences Institute of Medicine, the daily needs of men and women for fiber differ, and change as they age: Age 50 and younger Women: 25 grams Men: 38 grams Age 51 and older Women: 21 grams Men: 30 grams Here are some low carb high fiber foods to add to your diet: 1. AVOCADO. One whole, medium avocado contains 17 grams of carbohydrate and 11 grams of fiber. 2. ARTICHOKE. A medium artichoke contains about 14 grams of carbs and 10 grams of fiber. Artichokes contain antioxidants, vitamin C, folate, potassium and magnesium. A medium artichoke also delivers 4 grams of protein. 3. RASPBERRIES. A cup contains 15 grams of carbs and 8 grams of fiber. High in vitamin C and several other nutrients, they are packed with antioxidants and have anti-inflammatory properties as well. The phytochemicals that make plant foods red, orange, or blue are potent disease fighters. 4. BLACKBERRIES. Like raspberries, blackberries are rich in health-giving pigments that give them their, deep blue-black coloring. They deliver the same amount of carbohydrate and fiber as raspberries, too. A cup contains 15 grams of carbs and 8 grams of fiber. 5. LENTILS. One half-cup of lentils contains about 10 grams of carbs and 8 grams of fiber. Lentils fall into the food category known as legumes, which are veggies that grow in pods. Legumes are great sources of protein and fiber, but also contain lots of health-giving compounds. One type is called saponins, which may help lower cholesterol and blood glucose levels and reduce disease risks. 6. BROCCOLI. One cup of broccoli contains just 9 grams of carbs and a nice 6 grams of fiber. Broccoli is a member of the cruciferous vegetable family, and these superfoods are known to have anti-cancer properties, among a host of other body benefits. 7. OATMEAL. A cup of cooked oatmeal contains 27 grams of carbs and 4 grams of fiber. Though 4 grams is not a huge amount, oat fiber contains beta-glucan, a special kind of soluble fiber known to help people feel full longer and improve cholesterol numbers. Use old-fashioned rolled oat or steel-cut oats for the best health bang for your buck. These are the least processed varieties and retain the most nutrients and fiber. There are alot more ways to add fiber to your diet. Do your research, try new things and enjoy the feeling you get when you give your body what it needs. Please LIKE my page at http://facebook.com/coachlana where I post more videos like this.

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