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“WE HAVE LOST TOUCH with what is an
appropriate portion size,” says Toronto
Costco member Leslie Beck, author of The
No-Fail Diet. “You can’t find a standard portion anywhere.”
Beck says increased portion size is one of
three contributing factors to the obesity problem in Canada (the other two being lack of
exercise and an increased reliance on processed
and fast food), where 59 per cent of the population is considered overweight or obese.
“Studies show that portion size has
increased over the years,” says Beck, the nutrition expert for C TV’s Canada AM and host of
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attack and stroke, says Barl.
Fight infections with oregano.
Oregano has potent anti-viral, antibacterial, anti-fungal and analgesic properties,
and has been known to quell headaches,
cold or sinus infections, yeast infections
and other ailments. According to research
from the U.S. Department of Agriculture,
oregano boasts 42 times more antioxidant
activity than an apple.
Ward off colon cancer with curry.
Various studies demonstrate that curcumin (a yellow spice in curry powder) has
been shown to kill several kinds of cancer
cells: skin (melanoma), breast, lung and
colon. On the Indian subcontinent, where
people consume curcumin regularly ( 1. 5
grams per day), there is a low incidence of
colorectal cancer compared to Western
countries. Researchers are increasingly
eyeing the golden spice for its ability to
slow Alzheimer’s too.
Soothe your stomach with ginger.