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4 Great Reasons to Take Fish Oil and How to Get the Right Dosage

  • blog

We need to take good care of ourselves, now more than ever. And it’s never too late to start attending to your health, whether that entails quitting smoking, starting an exercise regimen, or eating healthier food. Every little good decision you make adds up and can make a big difference. Supplements are a good way...

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Allergies, Cold, or Flu: How To Recognize the Difference

  • Immune System

Coronavirus may be dominating the news, but cold and flu season is also in full swing. And spring allergy season that often leaves you feeling miserable and run down is here. When a runny nose, cough, and congestion come calling, understanding the difference between flu, cold, and allergies can help you treat your symptoms properly...

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8 Easy Memory Boosting Tips & Tricks

  • brain health

It was once believed that the brain develops rapidly in the first few years of a child’s life, then reaches its peak in the early 20s, leveling off around middle age, and then declining with advanced age. We now know that’s not exactly accurate; the brain continues to develop throughout our whole lifespan. The disturbing...

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How to Improve Your Digestion & Stay Healthier in Winter

  • Digestive Health

Who doesn’t love to snuggle up at home during the cold, winter months binge-watching Netflix and awards shows, and enjoying more than one or two pizza deliveries? But that kind of “winter chill” can lower your metabolism and wreak havoc on your digestive system – leading to stomach discomfort and weight gain. Even worse, an...

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Ginger and Turmeric: The Dynamic Duo for Better Health

  • Digestive Health

No two spices have been as extensively studied for their healing ability as turmeric and ginger. Both are staples in Ancient Chinese Medicine used to treat a variety of conditions from headaches to stomach upset. They’re also two spices ubiquitously used in Asain dishes for their aromatic flavor – and for the health boost, they...

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Why Prebiotics Matter & Where to Find Them

  • Food

Fascinating research continues to uncover the relationships between the bacteria in the gut and the function of numerous body systems. You’ve probably heard of the gut microbiome, also called gut microflora, which is the collection of bacteria that lives in the digestive tract. The microbiome helps regulate inflammation, protects you from bacterial and fungal infections,...

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6 Ways to Get Your Weight Back on Track after the Holidays

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Are you feeling an extra inch or two around your middle? This time of year, sweet and savory temptations surround us. And unless you’re superhuman, total resistance to all the delicious holiday delights is almost impossible. No wonder experts say that between Thanksgiving and Jan 1, the average American adult gains about one pound. Now,...

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How to End Candida Overgrowth and Manage Die-Off

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Yeast and fungal infections are no fun, but if you have an overgrowth of the fungus Candida in your body, a condition known as candidiasis, you may experience these and other symptoms more often than you’d like. While a small amount of Candida in the body assists with digestion and the absorption of nutrients, some...

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5 Common Signs of a Gluten Sensitivity and How to Remedy It

  • Bloating

Gluten has, in recent years, been demonized in many circles, leading to a mass boycott of this family of proteins. But gluten is harmless if you don’t have an adverse reaction to it. Gluten is found in wheat, rye, spelt, and barley. Gluten consists of two main proteins called glutenin and gliadin. When these two...

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The 10 Worst Foods for IBS

  • Bloating

For many people with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), symptoms may be triggered by specific foods. What triggers your symptoms may be different from what triggers the symptoms of fellow sufferers, but these 10 foods are likely culprits for anyone with IBS. 1. Gluten Although gluten is often unfairly demonized, it’s fair to say that gluten...

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How to Stop Urinary Tract Infections Before They Start

  • Bloating

Urinary tract infections, or UTIs, are common in women, especially as we age. Unfortunately, UTIs are commonly over-diagnosed and over-treated with antibiotics, which can lead to antibiotic-resistant organisms. Urinary tract infections have a number of causes. A UTI may result when urine pools in the bladder due to an obstructed urinary flow, and the pooled...

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5 Crucial Omega-3 Benefits and How to Make Sure You’re Getting Enough

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Omega-3 fatty acids are an essential part of any diet, but it’s especially important to get adequate omega-3 as you advance in age. Since your body doesn’t make omega-3 on its own, the only way to get them is through what you eat or through supplementation....

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