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Health Contributions in History: Dr. Lulu Hunt Peters, The Original Weight Loss Guru

  • Health Contributions in History

“If there is anything comparable to the joy taking in your clothes, I have not experienced it.” -Lulu Hunt Peters Have you ever wondered where the trend to slim down started? Long before there were Miami Beach Diets, Jane Fonda, Peleton, pilates, gastric bypass surgery, and keto, one woman was on a weight-loss mission, Dr....

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7 Ways to Help You Go Right NOW

  • Dynamic Defense

I’ll just say it… this blog post is about pooping. Before I started writing it, I researched euphemisms for the movement to soften the blow – my favorite “dropping a deuce.” But if you’re among the 65 million Americans that regularly experience constipation, it’s no joke. Bowel movement regularity is an essential indication of your...

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Health & Wellness Trends for 2021

  • Dynamic Immunity

Without a doubt, the Covid crisis is the primary driver of health and wellness trends for 2021. And you don’t need to consult a crystal ball to know that the realities of this pandemic will affect the way we approach our health and wellness for years to come. 1. At-Home Fitness With the pandemic forcing...

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Does Your Liver Need a Detox?

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It’s almost impossible to overstate the importance of your liver. As your primary filtering system, it works around the clock, eliminating the toxins that can harm your body. It cleans your blood to the tune of one quart a minute and performs over 500 different functions, participating in everything from metabolism to waste removal. And...

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Is It Time To Call In The Immune System Reinforcements?

  • Dynamic Defense

With virus cases still rising, you may be looking for ways to strengthen your immune system’s ability to fight and ward off illness. Medical experts agree that a healthy diet, adequate sleep, and daily exercise are a great start to keeping your immune system operating at it’s best. Add in stress-reducing practices like yoga, meditation,...

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11 Proven Ways to Cope with Stress and Manage Your Well-Being to Survive the Holiday Season

  • Dynamic Brain

One of my holiday traditions is to host a crowd of family and friends for Christmas Eve dinner. Some years the guest list can number more than 50 people. This year the number is limited to four – my partner, my two kids, and myself. This kind of alteration will be playing out in homes...

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Could Omega-3s Help You Live Longer? A New Study Says Yes

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Faced with a cardiac event like a stroke or heart attack, you might turn to anything that promises help that you’ll recover, stay out of the hospital, and live a longer, healthier life. A new study conducted by the American College of Cardiology showed that eating foods high in Omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids leads to...

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The King of the Medicinal Mushroom Kingdom: Lion’s Mane

  • brain health

There are thousands of mushrooms species that exist on the planet. And mushrooms are a peculiar form of life. They pop up out of seemingly nowhere, in the strangest places. And unlike plants, they’re not green, they don’t have leaves, and they never flower. Believe it or not, from an evolutionary standpoint, mushrooms are more...

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Help Your Immune System Become the Ultimate Defender

  • Dynamic Immunity

Your body’s immune system is a wonder. Imagine… it helps stop attacks from foreign invaders like viruses and bacterial microbes and internal attacks from harmful cell changes. And once you’ve encountered a foreign microbe, your immune system makes antibodies ready to squash them should they try to invade again. BTW – that’s called Immunity. Not...

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5 Easy Ways to Keep Your Memory Sharp at Any Age

  • brain health

I remember the first time I couldn’t find my car in the parking lot of my local grocery store. It was both annoying and unsettling. I spent what seemed like an eternity searching each row until it occurred to me – I walked! No wonder hitting the alarm on the fob didn’t elicit the usual...

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Boosting the Bioavailability of Vitamin C

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When you hear vitamin C, do you instinctively think of orange juice and the common cold? The credit for this perception goes to Linus Pauling and his 1970 book Vitamin C and the Common Cold. In it, Pauling postulated that high-doses of vitamin C could stop the progression of a cold and improve your overall...

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What Every Woman Must Know Before Choosing A Probiotic

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By now you’re most likely familiar with probiotics – the good bacteria found in fermented foods and dietary supplements that help keep your digestive tract healthy. But did you know that not all probiotics are the same? There are many different probiotics – called strains – and each provides unique health benefits beyond just good...

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