Doesn’t it make sense that the foods that maintain and enhance fertility can help regulate your hormones even beyond the fertile years? The diet for conception and pregnant women is the same diet women of ALL ages should be eating. The fertility diet is the regimen which balances the endocrine system. If you want babies but haven’t yet found Mr. Right yet or the time, start making sure your body is in prime condition by taking extra care with your diet.
Beware ladies, this is a long article. I found the information so fascinating and so relevant to anti-aging that I kept adding and adding… Rest assured, taking a moment to read this will benefit you! Continue reading →
Glucosamine is an amino sugar necessary for the construction of connective tissue and healthy cartilage. It is the critical building block of proteoglycans and other substances that form protective tissues. These proteoglycans are large protein molecules that act like a sponge to hold water giving connective tissues elasticity and cushioning effects. This also provides a buffering action to help protect against excessive wear and tear of the joints. Without glucosamine, our tendons, ligaments, skin, nails, bones, mucous membranes, and other body tissues cannot form properly.
I have fallen into a rut regarding innovative cooking of late thanks to the scorching heat. Sans energy = sans inspiration. However, I made an effort to motivate last week and came across this truly delectable and healthy recipe that I would like to share here. The key is that it is FAST as well as delicious. In addition, it has some of my fav anti-aging foods i.e. avocados, lime, buckwheat noodles (soba) and zinc-riddles shrimpies… Foogasms await as do plumpier skin and a higher sex drive!
I found the below article on Shape mag and thought it worth passing along:
You probably know which foods are rich in vitamin C, calcium, and even iron, but what about zinc? According to a new study published in the Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry, this key mineral should be at the top of your mind. Continue reading →