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Save Yourself From Toxins

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Unfortunately modern life is full of toxins. Pollution contributes to the epidemic of chronic disease, like heart disease, diabetes, obesity, arthritis, thyroid imbalances, bowel disorders and allergies. Toxins come to us from air, water, food, health and beauty products. We are intentionally poisoning ourselves by smoking, taking drugs, drinking too much alcohol, even consuming some …

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The Benefits Of Sauna

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The term “sauna” can refer to any type of small or large room or device designed to help the user experience dry heat. Now there are also infrared (far and near) saunas that emit infrared light and claim to heat the body more effectively. Saunas or “sweat lodges” have been used for centuries by different …

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Say Cheeese!

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Cheese! Tastes great. Smells good. Could be eaten alone or as a snack or an appetizer. Can be added to sauces, soups, pastries, and many other dishes. There are thousands of varieties of cheese, ranging from mild to mature in flavor, and low-to-high in fat composition. It can be made from the milk of cows, …

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The Benefits Of Meditation

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According to a new scientific statement from the American Heart association, meditation has the potential to reduce some risk factors for heart disease, but the gold standard for lowering risk remains a heart-healthy lifestyle and following medical recommendations. Studies have shown that meditation can have long-term effects on the brain and how it works. Numerous …

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Medical News Update For 05/2017

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In case you’ve missed the latest news – higher consumption of artificially sweetened drinks is associated with increased risk of stroke and dementia. In the Framingham Heart study of more than 4000 participants, those who drank at least one artificially-sweetened beverage per day were nearly 3 times more likely to develop a stroke and 2.9 …

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Medical News Update For 05/2017

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In case you’ve missed the latest news – higher consumption of artificially sweetened drinks is associated with increased risk of stroke and dementia. In the Framingham Heart study of more than 4000 participants, those who drank at least one artificially-sweetened beverage per day were nearly 3 times more likely to develop a stroke and 2.9 …

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The Incredible Edible Egg! Are Eggs Good Or Bad For You?

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I am sure it is still fresh in everybody’s memory: “Eggs raise your cholesterol and cause heart attacks and strokes. Or if you eat them, you should avoid the yolk, or eat only egg beaters.” This has long been embedded in our minds, reinforced by warnings from multiple well-meaning doctors and scientists, and other “health …

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Danger of Foods That We Pick

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Given our modern hectic life, it is difficult to imagine not eating on the run or consuming already prepared food. But is it safe? Are we causing harm to ourselves? A recently published study has identified 10 foods and 7 nutrients associated with the development of coronary heart disease (CHD), diabetes, and stroke. [1] Foods …

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Cold Remedies: Advil or Aleve vs. Safer Alternatives?

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The Cold and Flu season is here. You feel miserable and are looking for relief. Glancing thru commercials on TV and aisles of cold remedies at a local pharmacy, the medicines you see are combinations of NSAIDs, like Advil, Aleve, or Tylenol with decongestants and antihistamines. They do NOT shorten the illness, but just treat …

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One Tomato A Day Keeps A Doctor Away.

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Yes, it’s not a mistake. I am writing about tomatoes, one of the most popular nutrient-rich foods on the planet. Almost all of us have had problems with the correct definition: is it a fruit or a vegetable? Actually it is a fruit that has been popular since Spanish explorers discovered the ancient Aztec civilizations. …

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