Here are some “power foods” you should add to your shopping list!
A new study published in the Journal of Nutrition found that eating walnuts could reduce your risk of developing Type 2 diabetes.
Women who ate at least eight ounces of walnuts (about 2 cups of walnut halves) per month had a 24 percent lower risk of developing Type 2 diabetes than the women who did not eat walnuts as often, accorning to WomensHealthMag.com.
Meanwhile, The Daily Mail reports that researchers at Boston University School of Medicine have discovered that eating mushrooms can provide as much Vitamin D as taking a supplement but they must be put in the sun first.
Like human skin, the fungi transform UV light from sunlight into vitamin D, which makes eating them an excellent source for the vitamin, essential for the immune system, strong healthy bones and teeth and the absorption of calcium.