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  • Dithiolethiones – Phytochemical

    27th August 2018PureNakedVegan

    Dithiolethiones promotes the production of glutathione the body’s main antioxidant produced in the liver. glutathione absorbs free radicals and detoxes the liver and cells of carcinogens and xenobiotics like drugs, antibiotics, and mycotoxins. Found in cabbage and cruciferous vegetables like Brussel sprouts, broccoli. cauliflower,…

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  • Coumarins – Phytochemical

    27th August 2018PureNakedVegan

    Coumarin is a fragrant organic chemical compound found in many plants coumarins and chlorogenic acid compounds prevent the formation of cancer-causing nitrosamines.   Activities include blood thinning, antifungal, and anti tumour so should be avoided by people taking anticoagulants. It has a vanilla flavour and…

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  • Chlorophyl – Phytochemical

    27th August 2018PureNakedVegan

    Chlorophyl green pigments found in leaves and stems of plants. found in most plants, wheatgrass, seaweeds, algae, and certain bacteria. leafy vegetables – asparagus, beet greens, green bell peppers, bok choy, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, green cabbage, celery, collard greens, cucumbers, green…

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  • Carotenoids – Phytochemical

    26th August 2018PureNakedVegan

    Carotenoids are a class of phytonutrients (“plant chemicals”) Carotenoids are plant pigments responsible for bright red, yellow and orange hues in many fruits and vegetables. Rich in carrots, sweet potatoes, watercress, pees There are over 1100 known naturally occurring carotenoids which are…

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  • Flour

    25th August 2018PureNakedVegan

    each kind of flour has a different nutrition profile and cooking or baking qualities. Refined white flour has very few natural vitamins and minerals and can have added preservatives and high fructose corn syrup Wheat Flours Bread flour / Strong Flour…

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  • UK: Iceland supermarket adds vegan aisle with 13 new products

    19th August 2018PureNakedVegan

    UK frozen supermarket chain Iceland has announced it will be creating a vegan isle and increase products by an additional 13 items. They introduced the “no bull” burger made from soya protein back in April as there first step toward their own-brand…

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  • Acrylamide

    18th August 2018PureNakedVegan

    Acrylamide is a Toxic compound. Researchers discovered in 2002 this cancer-causing and potentially neurotoxic chemical, which is created when carbohydrate-rich starchy foods are produced during cooking everyday foods at high-temperature. (above 120°C) Acrylamide has probably has been present in food since cooking began.…

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  • Depression

    18th August 2018PureNakedVegan

    St John Wort – Appears to be effective for the treatment of depression can be as good at lifting depression as drugs like Prozac. Note: St. John’s wort can interfere with many medications. Also, avoid taking St. John’s wort while taking…

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  • Low-carb diet may shorten your life – unless you’re plantbased

    18th August 2018PureNakedVegan

    In the news this week has been filled with many discussions and research about Carbs. Referring to both low carbs and high carbs risks and what is the best quantity to have in to increase longevity. Popular weight loss diets…

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  • Ashwagandha – Plant-based Ayurvedic medicine

    17th August 2018PureNakedVegan

    Ayurvedic medicine has been practiced in India for thousands of years for the treatment of a variety of disorders. The technical name for Ashwagandha is withania somnifera (winter cherry). Herbalists refer to Ashwagandha as Indian ginseng.   Articles: Why Ashwagandha can…

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