This juicy, ruby red fruit contains a hormone called estrone that is structurally and functionally similar to one found in mammals. So what does this have to do with SCI? More than you would think.
Avocados contain healthy monounsaturated fats, which not only help lower LDL cholesterol and raise HDL cholesterol, but their good fats support the cardiovascular system and help reduce inflammation.
With so much nutritional value, its surprising that we don’t hear more about the powerful pea. It has a lot of health benefits for people with SCI.
Inflammation is certainly no stranger to people with SCI.
While there are endless ways to make and enjoy salsa, there are a few key spicy ingredients that act to stimulate and support immune function.
To help prevent mindless snacking this holiday season, keep healthy high-fiber and protein goodies on hand.
10 tips on how to get healthy foods in your diet and save money.
Summer is great, just not the mosquitoes that come with it. And if you have limited movement and dexterity, swatting those blood suckers away can be a long lasting pain … or itch.
An easy and effective way to support gut health is to incorporate yogurt into your diet.
Hemorrhoids are more prevalent among people with SCI than the general population. However, there are many foods that can help strengthen your veins and help prevent the development and/or recurrence of hemorrhoids: