Foodfacts.com really liked this particular post about this particular fruit. We don’t even think that it should be called any other name then Extreme Amount of Vitamin C. The real name for this very awesome small fruit is Acerola. (more…)
Our Foodfacts.com research indicates that cancer develops when changes to DNA, nucleic acids that are the basis of heredity and contain the genetic blue print, result in production of malignant cells that replicate but are not controlled or killed by natural defense mechanisms in the body. Cells are most vulnerable to intrusion and damage from cancer-causing agents when they divide normally and their DNA uncoils so that the gene information can be copied. (more…)
When planning for healthy foods and snacking over the holidays, there is an important resource available with information that cannot be underestimated: The FoodFacts Health Score.
First, a great free resource now exists that enables food lovers to get good snacks now and over the holidays. The Food Facts Health Score is a revolutionary and groundbreaking score system that rates over 75,000 food products based on complete nutrition and ingredient value. It’s the first rating system to reflect the quality of ingredients in foods, in addition to the traditional measures of protein, fat, fiber, vitamins and added sugar. There is no better time to research this valuable resource via Foodfacts.com than right now, in time for the holidays. There is a more detailed explanation available here. Also, Foodfacts.com members have free access to this resource as part of their empowering nutritional experience. (more…)