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Spring Therapy with Weeds Tags: Spring Wild Plants Weeds Parsifal Gathering Pestilence Wort Liverwort Wood Anemone Ground Ivy Dandelion Smallwort Watercress Climbing Bed

Spring Therapy with Weeds

Yet a short time ago even the Daisies were in the Winter dormancy, and now has sprouted everything which has rank and name.

On this small piece of meadow by the wayside blossoms the violet Creeping Charlie and the yellow Dandelion in perfect harmony.

All the spring-bloomers stand for a fresh start !

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Want to live longer? Eat spicy food Tags: capsaicin health benefits hot peppers longevity

(Natural News) Many people enjoy spicy foods for a variety of reasons: the flavor, the heat, the rush. But if you’ve got a penchant for hot peppers and all things spicy, it seems that you could be reeling in quite the health benefits along with that punch of heat. Earlier this year, research on the benefits of hot pepper consumption found that spicy peppers could boost longevity and reduce mortality risks. It may not feel like it when your mouth is on fire, but it seems that spicy foods can actually help you live longer.

While peppers and spices have been considered to be beneficial for the prevention and treatment of diseases for thousands of years, not much research has been done. Only one other study — pioneered by Chinese researchers and published in 2015 — has specifically examined the relationship between chili pepper consumption and mortality. This most recent study out of Vermont supports the previous findings.

Research demonstrates hot pepper benefits for longevity

A team of scientists from the Larner School of Medicine at the University of Vermont found that regular consumption of hot red chili peppers reduced mortality risks by up to 13 percent. Most of this benefit was attributed to a reduction of heart disease- and stroke-related deaths. Their research was published in the journal PLoS ONE. (RELATED: Read more news about longevity at Longevity.news)

The researchers used the National Health and Nutritional Examination Survey (NHANES) III to collect data from over 16,000 Americans who were followed for up to 23 years. Medical student Mustafa Chopan and Professor of Medicine Benjamin Littenberg, M.D. worked together to examine the baseline traits of the participants according to their level of hot red chili pepper consumption. In general, they found that the most frequent consumers of hot peppers tended to be “younger, male, white, Mexican-American, married, and to smoke cigarettes, drink alcohol, and consume more vegetables and meats . . . had lower HDL-cholesterol, lower income, and less education,” when compared to those who didn’t eat hot red chili peppers.

Data from a median follow-up of 18.9 years was also analyzed, and the researchers were able to observe the number of deaths as well as the specific causes of death. Overall, they found that consuming hot red chilies reduced mortality risks by up to 13 percent — mostly by way of heart disease or stroke. The team stated, “Although the mechanism by which peppers could delay mortality is far from certain, Transient Receptor Potential (TRP) channels, which are primary receptors for pungent agents such as capsaicin (the principal component in chili peppers), may in part be responsible for the observed relationship.”

Capsaicin is thought to be the primary culprit behind the health benefits of hot peppers, and is believed to play a role in cellular and molecular mechanisms that help prevent obesity and regulate blood flow, among other things like altering the bacteria populations of the gut.

Health benefits of capsaicin

Research continues to demonstrate that capsaicin — which is a compound found in peppers that makes them spicy — has a wide variety of health benefits. Capsaicin is even used topically to help relieve pain. Creams made from the compound are often used to help treat arthritis, sore muscles and even nerve pain. The structure of capsaicin allows it to excite pain-sensitive nerve endings. As Dr. Daniel Zagst explains, as you are feeling a burning sensation, “the excited neurons release a neurotransmitter called Substance P that transmits the feeling of pain to the brain.” Capsaicin works as a natural pain reliever by depleting Substance P, and consequently decreasing the number of pain signals that are being sent to the brain.

Studies have also shown that consuming capsaicin raises your body temperature temporarily. This increase in temperature may also correlate with a bodily shift from carbohydrate oxidation to fat oxidation, which may explain why consuming cayenne pepper appears to help regulate blood sugar levels. Consuming capsaicin also helps promote feelings of fullness and satiety, which can help reduce total calorie consumption and fat intake.

Beyond that, capsaicin is thought to be able to help fight off or even prevent cancer, heart disease and likely, much more.

Sources:

ScienceDaily.com

NaturalNews.com

ABCNews.go.com

 

How we are all cooking rice incorrectly — and could be endangering our health Tags: Rice Health Natural Health Food

A chemical sometimes found in rice has been linked to cancer, diabetes, heart disease, and developmental problems.

Chloe MayerThe Sun

HEALTHY eaters using rice as an alternative to roast potatoes or chips could be in danger of eating arsenic if they don’t cook it properly, experts have warned.

The chemical has been linked to cancer, diabetes, heart disease, and developmental problems, reports The Sun.

Rice tends to absorb arsenic more than other cereal crops and also takes it up from pesticides in soil and industrial toxins.

Rice tends to absorb arsenic more than other cereal crops and also takes it up from pesticides in soil and industrial toxins.Source:news.com.au

The latest advice comes after health officials warned burning potatoes, chips and toast could be linked to cancer.

Here’s all you need to know:

Is there arsenic in rice?

Arsenic occurs naturally in the environment, but rice tends to absorb it more than other cereal crops and also takes it up from pesticides in soil and industrial toxins.

New limits on safe levels of arsenic in food were set by the EU in 2016, although boffins have different views on what level is safe to eat.

The latest advice comes after health officials warned burning potatoes, chips and toast could be linked to cancer.

The latest advice comes after health officials warned burning potatoes, chips and toast could be linked to cancer.Source:Supplied

How can you cook rice safely?

Experiments suggest the amount of arsenic in rice can be slashed by using different cooking methods.

Scientists claim rice should be steeped in water overnight to flush out the poison, and then it can be rinsed and cooked the next day.

Professor Andy Meharg, of Queens University Belfast, tested three different ways of preparing the dish and analysed the rice afterwards.

Scientists claim rice should be steeped in water overnight to flush out the poison, and then it can be rinsed and cooked the next day.

Scientists claim rice should be steeped in water overnight to flush out the poison, and then it can be rinsed and cooked the next day.Source:Getty Images

The first method involved two parts water to one part rice, but the second method — five parts water to one part rice with the excess water being drained and the rice rinsed — cut the arsenic level almost in half.

A third method — where the rice was soaked all night — found the arsenic levels were cut by 80 per cent.

The experiments were conducted for the TV show Trust Me, I’m a Doctor, which aired in Australia on Monday on the ABC.

This article originally appeared on The Sun.

 

 

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