Belly Bloat Could Be Linked To Too Much Sodium

Have you ever eaten a meal and afterwards felt that your abdomen expanded like a hot air balloon? Not only does it make the waistband tighter and sometimes cause discomfort, but no one wants to walk around

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Could Ancient Survival Genes Be Contributing To The Obesity Epidemic?

Anatomically modern humans have been around for a while; at least 200,000 years to be exact.  And for the longest span of time, our bodies developed in times when food and resources are scarce.  That

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Could This Herbal Supplement Used For Opiate Addiction Pose a Health Threat?

It is no surprise that America finds itself in the midst of an intense battle against the long overly prescribed class of opiates.  At this point in time, the negative effects of opiates are

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Don’t Wait, Hydrate!

Drinking water is one of the most important things we can do for our body. Not only is our body made up of 70% water, but it is a vital source for our bodily functions. Unless you have a medical condition

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Liver Damage Being Caused By Popular Weed Killer?

You always need to be careful with what you put in your body, most specifically the foods you eat. Whether it is an animal product or plant food, everything we eat has the potential to either help or

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Why You Should Be Pouring Yourself a Cup of Ginger Tea!

Ginger is a caffeine- and sugar-free plant that contains a mixture of vitamins and minerals working together to benefit your health. Ginger was founded by the Chinese and Indians hundreds of years ago

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Want Another Heart-Protective Tip? Skip The Sodas And Sugary Beverages!

If you were told to change your diet to help protect your heart, how would you do it? Cut down on sodium to lower your blood pressure? Decrease the amount of fattier meats you eat to reduce cholesterol

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Maintaining A Healthy Weight Is Great Defense Against A Deadly Cancer

The reasons to keep your weight in check are too many to list! It helps in maintaining normal blood pressure and blood sugar, decreases risk for many cardiovascular diseases, and puts less physical stress

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Using D-Mannose For Chronic UTI’s

D-mannose, also known as monosaccharide in a packaged form. Is a form of simple sugar just like glucose and it is starting to make it’s way in more and more conversations about helping women who suffer

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How VR Can Lead to Earlier Alzheimer Diagnosis

With society at breakneck pace to continually unveil the latest in technology and innovation, virtual reality (VR) has made immense impact in several facets of the technology junctions we use daily.  Whether

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