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20 Ways to Drop Pounds and Keep Them Off

Fad diets may work in the short-term, but only if you work really hard at it. In the end, it’s usually impossible to stay on a prescribed diet forever, and the minute you go off and go back to your former eating habits, the weight comes right back on in spades. The best way to...

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The Secret to Winter Weight Loss

Did you know that the average person will put on anywhere from 2-3 pounds of fat every holiday season? (1) Now, you might just assume this is due to holiday treats that bust your diet, or to being stuck indoors… And sure, that’s definitely a part of it. But there’s actually a more scientific reason...

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Fighting IBS with Behavioral Therapy

Up to 20 percent of Americans have symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome or IBS. In some cases, the symptoms are minor, but in others, they border on debilitating. Symptoms of IBS include abdominal pain, bloating and gas, cramping, constipation, and diarrhea. A diagnosis of IBS is made when symptoms occur at least three days out...

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Recipe: Smushed Apples and Sweet Potatoes (A Stunning Combination)

If there’s one thing we LOVE about this time of year… It’s the smell of freshly baked foods coming from ovens and stovetops all across the country. We’re talking about all sorts of ingredients, too — delicious fruits, veggies, and more… Which means you can get a wide variety of delicious, healthy foods. Plus, it’s...

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As Addictive as Cocaine? Tips to Help End Your Sugar Addiction

If there’s one excellent thing you can do for better health this week, it’s reducing your sugar intake. The average American consumes 19.5 teaspoons, or 82 grams, of sugar each day, according to the University of California San Francisco. That adds up to nearly 66 pounds of added sugar per person every year. To put...

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5 Ways Prebiotics Improve Your Health and Where to Find Them

The microbiome in your gut is a community of billions of good bacteria and other organisms that help aid digestion, and your microbiome also plays a role in numerous body and brain functions. You’ve heard of probiotics, which are live microorganisms you can take as a pill to boost the microbiome population and keep the...

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Revealed: Your Body’s “Hidden” Organ and How to Take Care of It

I hope you’re ready to have an amazing season ahead! Maybe you’re excited about checking things off a long to-do list… Or you’re ready for some fun to put a smile on your face… Well, I want to help make sure you’re at ease on the inside, too… You see, one of the keys to...

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Is Leaky Gut Syndrome at the Heart of Your Medical Condition?

You may be hearing murmurs here and there about leaky gut syndrome, and the name probably made you cringe a little. A newly identified condition that hasn’t quite broken into the mainstream, leaky gut syndrome may be at the heart of a number of ailments, from arthritis to diabetes. But what is this terrible-sounding syndrome,...

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The Surprising Connection Between Gut Health and Sleep

The microbiome–the trillions of tiny microbes that reside in your intestines–plays a crucial role in digestion, but it also helps to regulate hormone production, appetite, digestion, mood, stress responses, and metabolism. Like sleep, the microbiome is regulated by circadian rhythms, according to an article published in the International Review of Neurobiology. But the circadian rhythm...

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Is your gut affecting your skin? New research says “Yes.”

Over the weekend, I read up on a medical study that really blew my mind. I’m sharing it with you today because it’s information I feel will bring immediate benefits into your life. And it deals with something you probably worry about every day but will help you understand it in a new way: Your...

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Feeling Depressed? How a Healthy Gut Leads to Positive Emotions

Negative thinking has a profound impact on your mood, your level of happiness in life, and your relationships. Negative thoughts can even affect your general health. Through therapies like cognitive-behavioral therapy, you can learn a number of skills and strategies to help you reduce negative thinking patterns and increase positivity in your life. But recent...

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HEALTH UPDATE: New study from University of Chicago sheds light on obesity

The scent of BBQ instantly makes me think of the summer season…and mouthwatering foods like hot dogs and burgers. But, even if you consider yourself “fit”, those tasty summer meals could be putting you at risk for poor health down the line. You see, a shocking new study out of Chicago showed just how bad...

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