Seattle Organic Restaurants

Recent Articles about health

colony-collapse-disorder-honeybees

Colony Collapse Disorder of Honeybees

In this section of Seattle Organic Restaurants I'm going to talk about Colony Collapse Disorder of honeybees. It was around 2006 that many scientists, environmentalists and researchers noticed that honey bees were disappearing. The phenomenon of bees’ disappearance is called “Colony Collapse Disorder” (CCD) and the rate for CCD has been accelerating in the last few years ... Seattle Restaurants

seattle-restaurants-borderline

pesticides-neonicotinoids-ccd-bees

To Bee or not to be?

Bees are very essential to our food supply and more than 87% of plants are pollinated by bees. One third of the plants directly pollinated by honeybees are the main source of our diet. Honeybees pollinate many of our fruits and vegetables including apples, almonds, onions, cherries, avocados, oranges and honey. In the last few years scientists and beekeepers have been studying to find out what’s causing the disappearance of bees also known as Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) .... Seattle Restaurants

seattle-restaurants-borderline

seaweed-superfoods
Seaweed Superfoods

In this section of Seattle Restaurants I’m going to talk about the health benefits of sodium, sulfur and zinc. Sodium can help to maintain proper balance between water and the blood PH. Sodium deficiencies are rare, however people who have high blood pressure and are in low sodium diet and take diuretics might be deficient in sodium. Sodium deficiencies can cause confusion, dehydration, dizziness, depression, muscular weakness, vomiting, fatigue, headaches, seizures, infections and nausea ... Seattle Restaurants

seattle-restaurants-borderline

fruit-and-nut-superfood

Fruit and Nut Superfoods

In this section of Seattle Organic Restaurants I’m going to talk about the health benefits of fruits and nuts superfoods. Fruits and nuts are high source of antioxidants that can get rid of foreign invaders in our body. Our bodies are exposed into many things in the environment such as pollution, bacteria, chemicals, deep fried foods, cooked foods, fast foods and radiation ... fruit-and-nut-superfood

seattle-restaurants-borderline

pineapple-mango

Pineapple & Mango

Pineapple is anti-inflammatory fruit that helps to reduce swelling in conditions such as allergies, arthritis, sore throat and sinus. Pineapple also reduces the recovery time from surgeries, injuries and treats illnesses such as arteriosclerosis and anemia. Pineapple reduces the chances of blood clotting; the calcium in pineapple helps to build up healthy bones ... Seattle Restaurants

seattle-restaurants-borderline

berries

Berries

In this section of Seattle Organic Restaurants I’m going to talk about berries and their health benefits. Studies show that eating berries such as cranberries, strawberries, cherries, blueberries, salmon berries, black berries, acai berries and goji berries have many great health benefits. Berries are great source of antioxidants that help the body’s immune system to function well and prevent illnesses such as heart disease and cancer ... berries

seattle-restaurants-borderline

coconut-coconut-oil

Coconut

In this section of Seattle Organic Restaurants I’m going to talk about the health benefits of coconut and coconut oil. Coconut was first discovered in Spain and called coco which means “monkey face” because the appearance of coconut looked like the face of monkey. Coconut is a high source of nutrients, fiber, minerals and vitamins. Almost one third of the world’s food and economy is dependent on coconut ... coconut-coconut-oil

seattle-restaurants-borderline

maca-noni-papaya

Papaya / Maca / Noni

Papaya initially was called “the fruit of angels” by Christopher Columbus. Papaya grows in tropical climates; United States, Mexico and Puerto Rico are the largest producers of papaya. Hawaii is one of the major places that produces papaya in the states. Papaya is rich in nutrients, antioxidants, minerals and vitamins ... maca-noni-papaya

seattle-restaurants-borderline

fruits-vegetables-health-benefits

Why eating fruits and vegetables are good for you?

In this section of Seattle Organic Restaurants I'm going to talk about vegetables and fruits health benefits. Vegetables and fruits have high source of vitamins and minerals. For example broccoli has tremendous amount of vitamin C, D and E. By drinking lots of vegetable juices, avoiding junk food, not smoking and regular exercise you can avoid calcium and high cholesterol build up in the arteries and maintain a healthy heart ... fruits-vegetables-health-benefits

seattle-restaurants-borderline

nuts

Nuts

The fat in cashew nuts is lower than the other nuts. Cashew nuts are full of nutrients, vitamins such as B6, K and minerals such as iron, biotin, copper and magnesium. Monounsaturated fatty acids in cashew nuts can reduce the risk of heart problems. The magnesium in cashew nuts can help with calcium absorption and improve healthy bones. Cashew nuts also energize the body and fight with free radicals ... Seattle Restaurants

seattle-restaurants-borderline

chocolate-cacao-beans

Chocolate Cacao Beans

In this section of Seattle Organic Restaurants I want to talk about health benefits of cacao beans! I don’t know about you but when it comes to me I love drinking hot cacao at night! It makes me feel relaxed and rejuvenated! Probably it’s very true that God gave angels wings and gave human chocolate! However many people do not know that eating raw chocolate (cacao beans) is actually good for you and has a lot of health benefits ... Seattle Restaurants

seattle-restaurants-borderline

avocado

Avocado

In this section of Seattle Organic Restaurants I’m going to talk about avocado’s health benefits. Avocado has several health benefits such as anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer, lowering the cholesterol level and preventing heart disease. Avocado also helps with weight loss and healthy hair and skin ... Seattle Restaurants

seattle-restaurants-borderline

<<Previous
Next>>  

 

 

Join SeattleOrganicRestaurants.com Member Community.

Follow us on TwitterLike us on Facebook