Healthy Food & Drink Resources (05)

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Healthy Drinks: Good-for-You Smoothies
Both children and adults will appreciate these healthy smoothies. Recipes for eight different smoothies are featured and they incorporate vitamins, calcium and great taste. You can process these healthy smoothies in blender and serve cold. They include a wide selection of fruits and other protein sources, such as peanut butter and milk. Most of all these healthy drinks are ideal for children and adults.

The International Noni Communication Council Homepage
The mission of the INCC is to educate the public about the history and benefits of the morinda citrifolia, or noni plant. The INCC provides an opportunity for doctors, scientists, and consumers to publish their research and personal testimonials, giving veracity to noni's remarkable health claims to heal ailments from diabetes and cuts to urinary tract infections and even cancer. Included is important information about the history of the INCC, as well as the latest research and noni juice industry information. If you're looking for a professional stance on the noni plant, morinda citrifolia, this is the place to go to learn all about noni products.

Soy Milk for Better Health
You've heard all about soy and its many products. Soybeans and their products, such as tofu (soybean curd) and soy milk, enjoy a reputation as very healthy foods, and they have risen in popularity. Certain soy foods have earned the right to be labeled "heart-healthy." Soybeans contain a mix of phytochemicals, including isoflavones. Some of these isoflavones can act as estrogens or as anti-estrogens (the latter may block the effects of estrogens in the human body). But they can also work like antioxidants and have other beneficial effects on blood vessels and the heart. This article explains how soy is being used and accepted as a healthy food and drink.

Soy Formula for Your Baby?
Wondering if you should give your baby soy formula? Many parents choose soy formula when their baby is sensitive or allergic (or potentially so) to cows' milk protein, or when a baby is having trouble digesting lactose or milk sugar. Babies can be chronically sensitive to cows' milk protein and may have to avoid it for the first several months of life. If your baby cries or is irritable during feedings or immediately afterward, or if he or she has diarrhea, he or she could be allergic to his formula. Check with your baby's doctor if you think he's having problems digesting the milk; the doctor may recommend switching to soy milk. This article explains how to use soy formula and if your baby shout drink it.


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