Cherries are a nutrient-dense fruit and provide a healthier sweet-tooth-satisfying alternative to processed treats.
Cherries are relatively low in sugar and high in antioxidants, potassium, quercetin, melatonin, fiber, and vitamin C. The nutrients in cherries help fight cancer, cool inflammation, decrease post-workout pain, reduce the risk of gout, decrease body fat, support heart health, reduce type 2 diabetes, reduce jet lag, and promote restful sleep.
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Salt has gotten a bad reputation, but the truth is that not all salt is harmful to your health.
Similar to every other area of nutrition, quality is crucial. The common table salt in most processed products, restaurant meals, and at-home salt shakers is poor quality and should be avoided as much as possible.
The easiest nutrition improvement you can make now is to eat more mindfully.
Even without changing the foods you eat, this simple tip will have a big impact on your health and fat loss goals. When you improve how you eat, you’ll naturally improve what you eat.
Whether you’re lacking sleep, overloaded with stress, or battling the cold winter weather, here are several tips to strengthen your immune system and support overall health!
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