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Parsley Don't skip that garnish: Fresh or dried parsley is an amazing source of vitamin K, which is needed for healthy blood clotting, reducing inflammation, and keeping up your bone strength to help prevent osteoporosis.
Due to growing concern over the effects of caffeine, particularly among kids, the FDA is investigating products like gum, mints, and even potato chips that consumers may not realize are caffeinated. Click through to learn more. Did you know these products contained caffeine?
Oounce for ounce, dried plums (you know them as prunes) pack five times the fiber and vitamin K—a nutrient necessary for proper blood clotting—as the fresh kind.
Black soybeans Move over, edamame. A Korean study found that eating black soybeans can help reduce the risk of thrombosis—a type of blood clot that’s potentially fatal—even more than yellow or green soybeans. And all soybean oil contains alpha-linolenic acid, a type of omega-3 fatty acid that may reduce the risk of heart disease.
Do fight diabetes with cinnamon A half teaspoon of cinnamon a day may help lower blood sugar levels, according to a study of type 2 diabetics in the Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine. They found the spice helped participants with appetite control and even helped prevent weight gain over the long term.