Happy Saturday, guys! Here’s the weekly recap of what articles I’ve been reading in the health and nutrition world and noteworthy news from the week so you can stay up to date, too. And if you see or read anything noteworthy from around the web, be sure to share with me and comment on this post so we can chat it up!
What you Should Know in Wellness
- A syndrome where raw fruits and veggies cause your mouth to tingle
- A battle between local government and the soda industry in Philadelphia
- New guidelines from pediatricians say no fruit juice until babies are one
- Why trans fat is the worst fat (stick to healthy fats instead – read more here)
- A new survey says 8/10 Americans are confused about nutrition. Even more motivation to simplify nutrition here at NS!
Did you Know?
Lemons mostly contain vitamin C, which is a water-soluble vitamin/antioxidant found in many fruits and vegetables that’s responsible for many of lemon’s health benefits. Given that vitamin C is water soluble, the antioxidant travels nicely through our bodies in both the aqueous (fancy word for water-like) environments inside and outside our cells neutralizing free radicals. Pretty cool!
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What to Listen to
Comment of the week
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Anything you’ve seen lately you want to chat about? Share in the comments so we can nerd out on health and wellness together. Have a great weekend!