The ingredient that has been having a moment on social media lately, beets are superfood stars for reasons beyond their brilliant appearance. The veggie is packed with important nutrients like B vitamins, iron, manganese, copper, magnesium, potassium and more. Plus, they are known to detox the liver, and possess anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, making them useful for anti-aging and skincare. Click here for an anti-aging beet smoothie recipe.
Need an excuse to raid that chocolate stash? A new study shows that cocoa flavanols could boost cognitive function within just a few hours of consumption. To sweeten the deal, researchers found that regular, long-term intake of cocoa flavanols may also protect against cognitive decline. It looks like a little bit of chocolate can do wonders, so enjoy that chocolate bar!
According to the rule of thumb, you’re supposed to drink eight glasses of water per day. However, roughly 20% of our daily water intake comes from solid foods, especially fruits and vegetables. It’s still important to drink plenty of water. Click here to read more about 15 hydrating foods, which are at least 90% water by weight.
Findings from a recent study show significant exercise is tied to nearly a decade of slower cell aging. It seems that highly active individuals enjoy the benefits of a younger-feeling body. Adults who constantly engage in demanding exercises have a biological aging boost of nine years versus those who live comparably idle lifestyles. Will you jump on the exercise train?