A German public health study published last year by the Nutrition and Cancer journal suggests that consuming foods rich in phytoestrogens may substantially reduce the risk of breast cancer, especially later in life (after menopause).
Haven’t tried SoL Sunflower Beverages yet? We’re confident that once you do, you’ll love it just as much as us here at Sunrich Naturals. We can’t think of a more perfect time to make the sunflower switch than the first month of the New Year. It’s the time to make some healthy swaps, try new things, and embrace healthier habits and behaviors.
Folic Acid Awareness Week kicks off today. Folic acid is a B vitamin essential for the production of new cells, preventing birth defects, and reducing the risk of stroke. It is especially important for expectant mothers.
We’re happy to announce today that we’ll be sampling Sol Sunflower Beverages this coming Sunday, October 28th, at seventy-five Stop & Shop and Giant grocery stores in New England, the New York metro area, Maryland, and Washington, DC area. Sampling will take place between 12 noon and 6pm.
This month, pink ribbons will be everywhere, reminding women to make breast health a priority. Performing regular self-exams and scheduling regular checkups with your doctors are important components of a preventive regimen. But so is paying attention to what you eat. Consuming foods rich in antioxidants, folate, and phytochemicals can strengthen your immune system and keep your natural cancer fighting defenses in peak condition. Regular exercise, stress reduction, weight management and adequate sleep will amplify the beneficial effects of all that good nutrition.… Read More
Small Steps to Success: Why Making Small Changes Works
Change, even that which is positive, is difficult. Over time, we get stuck in our ways and bad habits become more and more difficult to break. Yet, we tend to think that making change will be easy and can be accomplished within a very short period of time. Unfortunately, the instant gratification we crave is exactly what hinders us from being successful. The key is to acknowledge and accept that change takes time and requires a longer-term commitment.… Read More
Nature truly is our teacher. So if the sea of information on how to live a healthy life, how to eat a healthy diet and how to maintain a healthy weight has your head swimming, don’t worry—nature has the answers. They’re as simple as following and connecting with the cycles of the seasons.
Today’s entry is written by Sharon Palmer, a California-based Registered Dietician and food and nutrition writer. Sharon provides us with insight into the advantages and benefits of integrating a wide array of whole plant foods into our diets, whether you’re an omnivore, vegetarian or vegan.
“I’m trying to live in balance with the earth by reducing my carbon foot print.” That’s just one of the many reasons I receive when I ask people why they eat a plant-based diet—a style of eating that focuses on plant foods such as whole grains, beans, lentils, soy, nuts, seeds, vegetables, and fruits rather than animal foods. … Read More
New Sunflower Beverage Can Help Hispanics Better Manage Diabetes That Disproportionately Affects Them
Food allergy friendly, nondairy SoL Sunflower Beverage provides excellent nutrition, antioxidant protection, and less sugar for healthier recipes and snacks
Hope, MN – (April 5, 2012) – April is National Minority Health Month, and the occasion provides a great opportunity to raise awareness about health problems that are disproportionately plaguing America’s diverse and growing Hispanic community. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the lifetime risk estimates for developing diabetes is higher for both Hispanic men and women than for other ethnic groups.… Read More