There are not that many people who don’t like chocolate. It not only tastes good and makes us feel better but it can be healthy as well, depending on its type.

What simple changes to your diet can help prevent your brain from cognitive decline? According to a recent study, just adding at least ½ a serving of flavonoid-rich foods per day (f.e. berries, apples, red cabbage, kale, spinach or onions) will help reduce the risk of cognitive decline in older adults by 20%!

According to a recent large Australian study, eating more fruit and vegetables can lead to less stress across adults of all ages!

Beans are a rich source of polyfenols that help us to stay healthy. At least, if you know, how to increase their content, as it changes during storage and preparation. So, what are the best ways of preparing beans to benefit the most from their healthiest polyfenols?

Is honey healthy? It depends. On one hand, it is high in antioxidants, such as phenolic acids and flavonoids, which help your brain to reduce oxidative stress and restore its antioxidant defense system. These antioxidant effects are especially important for an aging brain. Few studies have shown that honey can improve memory and learning in […]

Did you know that only eating brightly colored fruits and veggies is not enough to get the most healthy bioactive components, flavonoids, from them?