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4 Reasons Why Your Memory Lapses in Middle Age & What To Do About It

Do you suspect your memory isn’t as sharp as it used to be? If your age is north of 45, you could be right. A study of 7,000 civil servants in France and the UK revealed that the brain begins to lose memory, powers of reasoning, and understanding not from 60 as previously thought but...

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Life Is Sweeter without Sugar

Do you feel like something is mysteriously dragging down your daily energy and zest for life? One culprit could be an ingredient lurching in almost every packaged and processed food. It’s an ingredient that America eats more than anything else. It has precisely zero nutritional value – no vitamins, no minerals, and no nutrients that...

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9 Ways To Develop New Friendships in Your Later Years

Retirement comes with a certain irony; now that you have time to check off your bucket list goals, you may not have a large friend group to share your experiences. For some, it becomes more challenging to make and keep friends with age. That’s particularly true after retirement because the workplace is where we most...

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Eat Your Way to Beautiful, Firmer Skin

It’s probably not a surprise to hear that a nutritious diet keeps your inner self slim, strong, and healthy. But what many of us may not know is how diet impacts the outer self – namely your skin. Your skin is an organ, just like your heart and liver. Your body uses the nutrients in...

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πŸ” You Won’t Miss the Meat – Easy Mushroom Bean Burger Recipe

If you are at all concerned about your waistline, animal welfare, or the health of the planet, plant-based eating is the way to go. Fortunately, mainly eating plant-based is easy because you can find thousands of wholesome and delicious meatless recipes packed with nutritional goodness and flavor. Eating plant-based no longer means feeling deprived because...

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🍎 How To Make Plant-Based Eating Easier and More Delicious

Your local farmer’s market is the ideal place to stock up on the season’s bounty. Purchasing freshly picked vegetables, fruit, and herbs from growers in the community means you’re getting produce at the peak of freshness with all their valuable nutrients intact. You’ll also very likely pick up recipes and delicious new ways to prepare...

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Top 8 Health and Wellness Trends for 2022

Are you curious about what’s set to take off in 2022? We consulted health care and fitness experts, digital analysts, market research groups, and wellness gurus for this year’s guide. They collectively agree the trends we’ve experienced the last two years will continue. Last year, pursuing emotional and mental wellbeing jumped up on pretty much...

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Top 6 Strategies for a Longer, Healthier Life

For a long time, most experts agreed, one’s lifespan was a roll of the dice. If your parents lived many years, likely, you would too. But as more researchers have investigated longevity, that thinking has changed. It turns out genetics play a much smaller role in determining how long we live. And healthy lifestyle and...

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😀 Learning to Appreciate Your Grumpy Side

Most of us feel grumpy once in a while. It’s impossible to feel sunny all the time – because gray mood clouds float in and out of everyone’s life. And that’s perfectly okay. In the long run, responding to an annoying or disappointing situation with the appropriate emotions is better for your mental health.  Don’t...

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πŸ’– Valentine’s Recipe: Dark Chocolate Pomegranate Hearts

This Valentine’s day, feel good giving your sweetie antioxidant-rich pomegranate and mood-enhancing dark chocolate together in this delicious heart-shaped easy-to-make treat that’s good for your mind and body. Pomegranate Dark Chocolate Hearts  These adorable treats make the perfect Valentine’s Day gift. They taste delicious and are good for your heart and health. They also promote...

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Health Contributions in History: Dr. Rebecca Crumpler: Celebrating the First African American Physician in America

Dr. Rebecca Davis Lee Crumpler is considered the first African American female doctor in America. She is also the first African American person to author a medical text. She challenged the prejudices of her time that prevented education and careers in medicine for women and people of color and, in the process, made better the...

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How to Set Up Your Microbiome for Weight Loss Success

Your microbiome is a vast world of microscopic living organisms that inhabit your skin, mouth, and respiratory system. But mostly, they live in your gut – up to 70% of your microbiome exists inside your digestive tract. Modern research into the microbiome continues to evolve our understanding of how it benefits our health and wellbeing....

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