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Everyday Superfoods List

Eat More Superfoods!

During the past few years, the research in the most healthy foods in the world has increased dramatically and has now spawned the term "super food or superfoods". These superfoods are nothing else but foods that are very rich in nutrients, vitamins minerals and trace elements. They have therefor many health benefits. Superfoods can be used by to maintain weight or even loose weight, superfoods are also great for recovery of a recent illness or to prevent getting ill in the firsat place. But really the point is; superfoods are for those who are trying to start a healthier lifestyle, for those who want to achieve more than what they have right now!

Fat Burning Superfoods

Superfoos can easily become super fat burning foods the more you eat them. Eating superfoods, combined with a healthy exercise, you'll be able to burn calories and accelerate your metabolism in no time. Superfoods should become a major part of your diet if they are not already, and they are available in your local supermarket or the next organic food store. The number of what are super foods may surprise you, since you can find them in fruit or vegetable section of your supermarket. Superfoods are not only good for you, but they can also become tasty additions to any part of your diet. Mix some cashewnuts and some gojiberries int your next salad and exellerate the antioxidant value of your meal by 200%. You can implement super foods in almost any kind of the meal, be it breakfast, lunch or dinner.

What You Get Out of Eating Super Foods

Most of the superfoods that have been discovered lately are fruits, vegetables, nuts, and spices. Some of the most popular superfoods are those which contain high levels of antioxidants, essential fatty acids, and minerals. Antioxidants keep you from aging prematuraly and some super foods can also help in the regulation of blood sugar levels, prevent cancer, altzheimer and many other illnesses we have developed.

All superfoods come with different benefits, they are not all the same. They range from prevention of inflammation, regulation of metabolism, faster fatburning, promoting a better digestion, lowered total cholesterol and blood pressure, and protection from toxins, cancer, and heart disease. Find below a short A to Z Everyday Superfoods List to get your diet: going.

Everyday Superfoods from A to Z

  • Acai Berries
  • Apples
  • Artichokes
  • Apricots
  • Asparagus
  • Beets
  • Blueberries
  • Blackberries
  • Brussels sprouts
  • Broccoli, cabbage
  • Cacao – Chocolate
  • Cashew Nuts
  • Carrots
  • Cantaloupe
  • Cauliflower
  • Cherries
  • Celery
  • Cinnamon
  • Cloves
  • Cranberries
  • Cumin Seeds
  • Eggplants
  • Grapefruit
  • Garlic
  • Green beans
  • Green tea
  • Grapes
  • Kale
  • Lemons
  • Lentils
  • Leeks
  • Lettuce
  • Limes
  • Marjoram
  • Maqui Berries
  • Mushrooms
  • Mango
  • Nectarines
  • Onions
  • Okra
  • Oregano
  • Parsley
  • Papaya
  • Peas
  • Pears
  • Peppers
  • Prunes
  • Pumpkin
  • Pineapple
  • Raspberries
  • Radishes
  • Red cabbage
  • Sauerkraut
  • Spinach
  • Strawberries
  • String beans
  • Squash
  • Sumac
  • Tangerines
  • Turmeric
  • Tomatoes
  • Walnuts
  • Watermelon
  • Wild salmon

Most fruits are considered to be superfoods. Oranges, limes, lemons and grapefruits are composed of flavonoids. Flavonoids are antioxidants, anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer and can prevent blood clotting. Likewise, are berries, they are also rich in antioxidants and can help improve memory and brain functionality. Vitamin C and fiber can also be obtained from berries. Another vegetable, the tomato, also contains antioxidants thanks to its major component lycopene which minimizes cellular damage.

Anti Cancer and Anti Diabetics Properties of Sulforaphane

3D Illustration by Ben Mills

Cruciferous vegetables such as cabbage, broccoli, and cauliflower also help prevent or at least hinder the development of cancer cells. they contain high amounts of antioxidants. Their major component is sulforaphane, which is known to prevents cancer. On the other hand, spinach is also considered a superfood since it is composed of lutein. Lutein can prevent blindness as well as muscular degeneration.

In terms of protein, wild salmon and non fat turkey meat from organic farming, are both considered to be superfoods as well. Wild salmon and other fatty fish, contain lots of omega-3 fatty acids which prevent blood clotting. Salmon also can help minimize the risk of heart disease and the occurrence of a stroke. Since our body cannot make its own omega-3 fatty acids, it is imperative to find alternative means to get omega-3 fatty acids into our bodies. Turkey also contains selenium, which helps the thyroids, boosts the immune system, and decreases the chance of cancer ever developing. Turkey is low in calories and fat, which qualifies it as one of the best sources of animal protein.

Other superfods that are commonly used in our kitchens that are considered superfoods are oats, nuts, ginger, onions and garlic. Oats can be used to lower cholesterol levels. Diabetics can also benefit from eating oats since this has less sugar. Similarly, nuts can also be used to lower cholesterol levels. Nuts, specifically walnuts, contain omega-3 fatty acids, which, as mentioned earlier, also prevent heart disease. Garlic and onions have been found to lower cholesterol levels as well as blood pressure.

By: Tim Lazaro

Tim Lazaro is a Fat Burning Nutrition enthusiast. He owns and maintains a List of Fat Burning Foods for those who want to burn off some unwanted fat and then keep it off forever!

The New Top 10 Superfoods List

The New Top 10 Everyday Superfoods List

Purslane is rich on Omega 3 Fatty AcidsOften patients ask me what they should eat and what the best food for their nutrition is, I have to remind them of the fact that there is no one single superfood or even a healthy food group that works like a magic bullet for your health. Rather, eating a wide variety of foods, consisting mainly of organic fresh fruits and vegetables, is the most savvy way to practice a smart nutrition of the body. Lately new research in the field of nutrition shows that certain foods stand above the rest as sources of vitamins, nutrients and antioxidants. These are the foods we now like to call "Superfoods".

Not many people are aware of what really matters, when it comes to making healthy food choices. Common knowledge is that you can't go wrong with broccoli, spinach and oranges. And then? Many, for not to say most of the healthiest foods in the world are constantly overlooked. I have evaluated the latest research on nutrients to create an updated list of everyday superfoods that should be, in one way or the other, on your nutritional diet for most days of the week.

  1. Cinnamon – This absolutely must be the hottest stuff in town! With more than a quarter of a million ORAC antioxidant units per 100 gram it is very rich in antioxidants! Cinnamon has long been used for  cooking in Middle Eastern cuisines,. Cinnamon has proven to lower blood sugar levels, triglycerides and bad (LDL) cholesterol levels. Just a quarter teaspoon every second day sprinkled over coffee or cereal is beneficial. I am using it in tea as well.
  2. Goji Berries – These berries have been used as medicinal food for centuries in Tibet and in China. The sweet tasting Goji berries have more antioxidant power than most foods on the planet. Studies have shown that they also lowers insulin resistance, and therefore lowers the risk of diabetes. Eat these red and tasty berries as is or add them to cereal or yogurt or put a handful into the salad every day.
  3. Pomegranate Juice -A sticky red juice, loaded with Vitamin C. Only a small glass of this sweet-tart juice each day may decrease your systolic blood pressure by 21 percent over the course of a year!
  4. Cabbage – A Stanford University study showes that Cabbage helps to increase the production of cancer-fighting enzymes in our body. This happens thanks to a chemical called sulforaphane. Eat cabbage on sandwiches in place of lettuce for a satisfying crunch or make a tangy coleslaw using cider vinegar and yogurt instead of mayo. Fine cut cabbage and add it to any salad. Not only does it look good, it is also very beneficial for your digestion.
  5. Guava– Is a tropical fruit containing more lycopene, the very antioxidant that fights prostate cancer, than either tomatoes or watermelon. It is furthermore loaded with organic fiber and potassium. The best way to eat guava is fresh.The seeds and rind of the fruit are also edible.
  6. Beets – Naturally sweet, this often-overlooked vegetable is high in folate and betaine, which reduce your risk of heart disease by lowering homocysteine levels in the blood. You'll gain the greatest benefit by eating this colorful veggie raw. Just peel the skin and grate into salads, pasta and grain dishes. The leaves are edible too-saute them like spinach.
  7. Purslane – Is a very common green in the Chinese, the Mexican, Thai and the Greek kitchen, this little green leafs contain more heart healthy omega-3 fatty acids than any other plant know today.It also contains high levels of the cancer-fighting antioxidant melatonin. Find the crisp, lemony leaves at farmers' and ethnic markets and add them to your salads.
  8. Pumpkin Seeds – Just one ounce of roasted Pumkin seeds provide you 150 mg magnesium. Reaching the daily requirement of 420 mg of this vital nutrient has been shown to reduce the risk of death by 40 percent. Eating the whole seeds also provides a healthy dose of fiber.
  9. Swiss Chard – Lately a Harvard study has shown this leafy green protects the health of our eyes with abundant levels of lutein and zeaxanthin. These chemicals absorb shortwave light that would otherwise damage the retina. Saute a bunch of the mild leaves with garlic in extra virgin olive oil and serve alongside chicken or fish or fine cut them into your salads.
  10. Dried Prunes – This healthy super food fights cancer causing cell damage with an abundance of the antioxidants, neochlorogenic and chlorogenic acid. Grab a few of these sweet dried fruits as a snack or gussy them up by stuffing them with goat cheese and serving as an appetizer but take care not to eat too many at once as this might have an unwanted cleansing effect of your digesting system….

I hope this list of everyday superfoods has reminded you of a few things you haven't eaten in a while and revealed new nutrition information and superfood stars for you to try. Remember, no one food can provide all the nutrition you need for your optimal health, only variety is the key to a successful disease-fighting diet. Add these new superfoods to your shopping list tomorrow, and your body and mind will both enjoy the benefits for many years to come!

By: Mark Rosenberg, M.D.

Mark Rosenberg, MD
Institute For Healthy Aging

www.vitalmaxvitamins.com

Every Day Superfoods

10 Every Day Superfoods that you can get everywhere!

Cinnamon Canelle - Antioxidant rich superfood

Picture: Luc-Viatour

When we’re talking about Superfoods, we’re not talking about some wonder drugs in a golden pill box, no, we’re talking about organic every day foods that are pure and unprocessed, containing a broad variety of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Superfoods are nutritional power houses with a high phytochemical and phytonutrient content. Phytonutrient are known to have disease fighting properties. Phytochemicals and Phytonutrients strengthen the immune system, reduce inflammation and reduce the risk of heart disease, high cholesterol level, diabetes and even cancer.

But first of all; What are Phytonutrients & Phytochemicals?
Phytochemicals are chemicals in vegetables and fruits, other than vitamins and minerals and macronutrients, which are incredibly important for our health. The term “phyto” comes from the Greek word meaning plant. There are literally thousands of them and they have many different functions in our body. They can be antioxidants and fight free radicals or they boost the immune system, they can be anti-viral or anti-bacterial, many of them are anti-inflammatory and help repairing damaged cells. Brightly colored fruits and vegetables tend to have high concentrations of Phytochemicals and the highest concentrations are usually found in the skin of the plant. Examples of phytonutrients you may have heard about are anthocyanins in berries, lycopene in tomatoes and carotenoids in carrots.

What we eat has an incredible impact on our body and our mind and even our lives as such! What we eat affects how we feel, if we are moody or feel great, if we have energy to waste or if we need a nap in the afternoon already. If we follow a healthy diet, it can help guard against all so many diseases. Eating a wide variety of fresh and organic vegetables and include as many superfoods as possible in our daily meals helps to ensure that we give our bodies the best possible treatment

Here is my every day superfoods list

Find below a list of common, easily obtained superfoods that we can find in our stores for most of the year.

  1. Cinnamon: This superfood is just the top of the pop. It contains an unbelievable high antioxidant level of 267,000 ORAC units which brings it on the third place of the antioxidants list. Cinnamon is great at stabilizing blood sugar levels. Cinnamon has been reported to have a pharmacological effects in the treatment of Type 2 diabetes mellitus and insulin resistance, the latest research also documents anti-melanoma activity of cinnamic aldehyde observed in cell culture and a mouse model of human melanoma. Cinnamon can be used for backing, cooking and for tea.
  2. Almonds: Our next every day superfood is a great source of calcium. Almonds contain four times more calcium than diary milk, They contain magnesium, iron, potassium, zinc and vitamin E and are high in protein and fiber. Almonds also contain omega 3s and monounsaturated fatty acids which again help to prevent heart disease. Almonds taste good in almost everything. You can use them in your breakfast cereal, use them in cookies, use almond butter instead of diary butter or simply eat them raw to get the most out of this superfood.
  3. Sumac The next on our list of superfoods is Sumec; honestly, it has been a few days only, since I first heard of Sumac but I’m already a fan. Sumac grows as shrubs or small trees with loads of red berries, they can reach a height of 1 to 10 meters! Sumac was primarily used in Islamic countries as a treatment for many different ailments in medieval medicine and the native Americans used Sumac leaves and drupes of the combined with tobacco, in traditional smoking mixtures. The sumac fruits or drupes,are ground into a deep red or purple powder used to add a lemony taste to the Middle Eastern cuisine’s meat or salads. Sumac is the second richest food on antioxidants, known today. Sumac bran contains 312,400! ORAC units per 100 gram bran. Compare that to our oh so healthy Oranges that contain 700 ORAC units per 100gram. That’s an enormously high amount of antioxidants and can only be beaten by our next superfood!
  4. ClovesWell, nobody in his right mind would want to eat 100gram cloves in a day, but if you would, you would have ingested 314,446 antioxidant units. Cloves are great in many cooked dishes and also in meat, for oven baked foods and for toothache. Cloves are used in Indian Ayurvedic medicine and in the Chinese medicine where it is used for severe burns, skin irritations and to reduce the sensitiveness of skin and it has antiseptic properties.
  5. Apples: Apples are an amazing superfood that everybody loves. Apples contain 18 of the 20 amino acids our body needs. Unpealed apples contain quecitin which is a phytonutrient that helps prevent damage to LDL cholesterol (that’s the good cholesterol), keeping the arteries clean and healthy and therefore lowering the risk of a heart disease. Apples also contain pectin which is a soluble fiber which helps so lower the bad HDL cholesterol levels in the blood. Pectin also binds with heavy metals such as lead in the body and removes them from the gut.
  6. Avocados: Avocados are an extremely nutritious superfood. Avocados are high in healthy mono-unsaturated fat, fiber, Vitamin E, potassium and folic acid (folate). They are the best fruit source of beta-sitosterol which is a substance that can reduce total cholesterol as well as being high in lutein which is known to protect against cataracts, keeping the cardiovascular system healthy and preventing prostrate cancer.
  7. Beans: Any kind of beans are incredible superfoods, high in antioxidants and a great source of soluble fiber which traps bile that contains cholesterol in the digestive tract and removes it from the body before it is absorbed. Beans are high in protein and very low in fat and can help lower cholesterol. Beans help to keep blood sugar levels stable which is beneficial to those with diabetes. Beans also reduce the risk of cancer – especially breast cancer. According to a study in the International Journal of Cancer (2005;114:628–33), Women who eat frequently beans and lentils have a significantly lower risk to get breast cancer than women who seldom eat them. Beans contain calcium, potassium, vitamin B6, magnesium and folic acid (folate).
  8. Blueberries: They’re jus great fruits! Blueberries contain incredibly high amounts of antioxidants (6550 ORAC/100g) including the flavonoid anthocyanins which combats the effects of toxins and pollution and are thought to have anti-aging properties. Blueberries also contain ellegic acid which is a phytonutrient thought to prevent abnormal cellular changes. They are also anti-inflammatory, reduce allergic reactions and keep capillaries healthy which is great if you bruise easily or have varicose veins. Blueberries further help strengthen your immune system and they are a great source of vitamin C and extra fiber.
  9. Broccoli: A great vegetable! And at least something Clinton was right in! Broccoli contains more vitamin C than oranges and is high in potassium and beta-carotene which again helps to reduce the risk of heart disease. Broccoli is an amazing superfood that contains anti-cancer substances, especially helping to prevent gastric cancers, breast cancer and stomach ulcers. Broccoli strengthens the immune system and increases the body’s resistance to illness and it also helps the body to detox easier. Broccoli is rich in glucosinolates which are detoxifying all kinds of toxins and carcinogens in our body, that are substances which can trigger cancer. Studies have shown that eating broccoli and similar vegetables such as cabbage, cauliflower, sprouts, radish, horseradish, turnip, cress, kale, kohlrabi and mustard at least three times a week can significantly lower the risk of colon cancer
  10. ChocolateYes, you got that right! Chocolate is full of antioxidants and absolutely health beneficial as long as it is unsweetened. With around 40,000 ORAC units per 100gram dark chocolate it’s one of the highest antioxidant suppliers. And yes,I can eat 100 gram chocolate per day; easily! And raw cocoa nibs are even better. Other beneficial effects of chocolate or cacao, suggest anti-cancer, cough preventer and anti-diarrhea effects and it is also a brain stimulator! And there are sooo many things you can use chocolate for; just leave the sugar away. Sugar is no good for you!
  11. Ok, now I’m hungry! If you’re craving as much for food right now as I am after all this superfood talk, grab some chocolate and stay healthy! See you next time and don’t forget to subscribe to my superfood blog here:Click to Subscribe to Superfood Information by Email. After you subscribe you will be notified by email about new publications on my blog. I won’t give your email address to nobody else ever! Promise.

Five Foods for Health and Weight Loss

Healthy Weight Loss

Time to loose some weight?Most people today have never heard about eating well and eating healthy foods. Nobody has taught what is really healthy for us and sometimes it takes a while to rid ourselves off the convenience of packaged, precooked and otherwise processed food. Only during the past 6 years we are hearing about how important good nutrition is and about superfoods that can prolong our live and much more. However, the benefits, of making a change towards eating healthy foods are numerous. We should take the time to find out what foods taste good to us and start including them in our daily foods. Trust your body, it knows what it needs. Implementing and eating healthy foods in your daily diet promises more success than the common crash dieting and sudden extreme food changes that many weight loss programs suggest.

With this in mind, we can start substituting food that we love but that isn’t so good for our health and body weight, with far healthier alternatives. This is a great way to start this process.

Here are five examples of changes you can make in your diet that can improve both, your health and your waistline:

Yogurt: A great superfood is plain yogurt because it has a balanced amounts of carbs, fat, and protein. Yogurt can satiate you while keeping your blood sugar levels stable for many hours.

In a study from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, subjects on a low-calorie diet that included yogurt lost 61 percent more fat overall and 81 percent more belly fat than people on a similar plan but without yogurt.

Nevertheless, it is important to stick with plain, organic yogurt because sweetened yogurt can have more sugar than ice cream.

  • Yogurt makes a great substitute for sour cream and mayonnaise in dips and as a topping for potatoes, soups, and mexican food.
  • I like to eat plain yogurt, add some berries, an apple and a spoon of honey and mix it all up. That’s a great substitute for ice cream.

Almond Butter: If you’re in love with peanut butter, try Almond butter. Almond butter tastes as rich but it is much better for you. Studies have shown that eating bread with almond butter lowers the glycemic index of the bread, even white bread, so that it keeps blood sugar levels low. Almonds are also a great source of protein, amino acids, and vitamins. They are great for digestion and help keep the body from becoming too acidic.

  • Put it on bread and crackers instead of peanut butter.
  • Add some almond butter to your oatmeal for protein.
  • Make a sauce or dipp for stir fried veggies and serve with brown rice.

Quinoa: This superfood comes from Peru and is high in fiber and protein as well as an almost complete source of amino acids. It keeps you full longer than pasta or rice, is versatile, and it’s greatto keep a pot will stay fresh all week.

  • Use Quinoa as substitute for rice with stir fried, fish, or meat.
  • Quinoa can be added to many salads.
  • In Peru it’s often eaten as a morning cereal with a bit of milk and honey or chopped fruit and nuts.

Sardines: With levels of mercury rocketing sky high in tuna and many wild fish and pollution concerns with farmed fish, sardines are a natural and super healthy answer. Packed full of omega 3 fatty acids and extremely high in calcium, sardines are also low on the food and mercury chain. Many people shy away from sardines because they taste ‘fishy’ but this can be solved by soaking them in milk for an hour or so. Substitutions:

  • Use sardines instead of anchovies in dressings, in ceasar salads, and on pizza.
  • Use chopped sardines in place of tuna in cold and hot sandwiches.

Berries: Most especially, acai berries blueberries and goji berries are the best fruits to be eating right now. Blueberries are high in antioxidants and fiber, while goji berries contain 18 of the 20 amino acids needed by the human body, making them a great source of protein and more beta carotene than carrots.

  • Instead of bananas in your cereal or oatmeal, try blueberries. Unlike bananas which can spike blood sugar, blueberries help keep insulin levels stable while providing a wide range of nutrients.
  • You can add dried acai or goji berries to a mixture of nuts to boost your stamina trail mix or add them to green tea for tartness, they are nice to eat after you have finished the tea.

6 Superfoods to Add to Your Daily Diet

A List of six beneficial Superfoods

Blueberries are Antioxidant Rch SuperfoodsFresh organic foods have health benefits but Superfoods are particularly healthy because the nutritive content is greater, more complex and extraordinary in some way. Nature has given us an incredible bounty but so many people have little regard for these remarkable foods. Superfoods are very easy to add to your diet and you’ll be doing your health a huge favor by making an effort to eat more healthy foods. Not only your body will benefit from superfoods but also your mind.

  • Superfoods

    A good mixture of supergreens includes chlorella, spirulina, wheat grass, wheat sprouts and other green concentrates. Besides containing vitamins and minerals in their natural food state, These greens are also packed with antioxidants, enzymes and co-enzymes, complete balanced protein with all the essential amino acids, trace elements and chlorophyll. In addition they help the body maintain a more alkaline state. The benefits of supergreens as a superfoods are numerous. They help to cleanse the blood of toxins we ingest from daily living and even help to detox heavy metals. They support the liver-cleansing function and play a role in controlling blood sugar levels.

  • Goji Berries

    Goji berries are a recent superfood discovery. They are round and red, rather sweet tasting. Grown in China, Tibet and Mongolia, goji berries were traditionally used to boost energy and stimulate Qi (energy flow). There are a range of health benefit claims including anti-ageing and this has made them very popular. The berries do seem to enhance the immune system, improve eye health, protect the liver, boost sperm production and open up the kidney channels. They contain complex phyto-nutrients and bioflavonoids including betaine (brain and liver support), physalin, beta-sitoserol (prostate health), cyperone (benefits heart and blood pressure), solavetivone (anti-fungal, anti-bacterial properties) and others chemicals.

  • Oats

    Oats have a high fibre content, half soluble and half insoluble. The soluble fibre portion contains a component called beta-glucans which has some blood cholesterol-lowering effects. The whole-oat variety, either rolled oats or grains, is a very good source of tocotrienols (vitamin E family). Try adding oats to your fruit at breakfast because it slows down the blood sugar level spike. Dietary fibre has shown to lower the incidence of cancer, possibly because it contains lignan. The insoluble fibre is crucial for promoting bowel action and thereby relieving constipation problems. Oats also contain essential fatty acids, a good profile of amino acids and a range of vitamins and minerals including zinc, selenium, iron, magnesium and manganese.

  • Garlic

    Garlic is another fantastic superfood to use on a daily basis if possible. You can use it fresh in your food or in capsule form. Garlic’s chief medicinal benefits are its blood pressure-lowering, lipid-reducing and atherosclerotic prevention properties. Garlic has also been shown to reduce the coaguability of blood by reducing platelet aggregation. It is also well-known as a natural anti-biotic. See here for more details on the health benefits of garlic.

  • Blueberries

    Blueberries are real little health powerhouses full of antioxidants and other health-promoting substances which support eye, heart and urinary tract health in particular. Blueberries have anti-ageing properties; they decrease free radicals that can damage organs and have important health effects on the brain. These positive effects may be due to its high anthocyanin and proanthocyanidin content. Add them to your oats for breakfast or put them in a smoothie.

  • Cruciferous Vegetables

    These include broccoli, cabbage, Brussels sprouts, bok choy and cauliflower. If you can eat three or more servings of these vegetables per week studies indicate that you could reduce prostate cancer risk almost by half, and in women the risk of breast cancer is significantly reduced. Other cancers may be prevented too. Cruciferous vegetables also contain compounds that help the liver to detox.

There are other superfoods such as cold-water fish with its high omega-3 fatty acid content; most healthy seeds such as pumpkin, sunflower and sesame seeds; flax seeds with their particular combination of fatty acids. Plainly put, superfoods are by far the best health foods to eat.

By: Katherine Oosthuis

Katherine Oosthuis

Katherine Oosthuis

Visit Detox For Life – Superfoods for a list of more superfoods and details on their amazing health benefits. Detox For Life was born out of a woman’s concern for her family’s well-being and health. You are invited to enjoy and benefit from the wealth of artcles and information on all aspect of health managed and updated here by Katherine Oosthuis.