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How To Determine If You Have a Food Intolerance And What Is Causing It

4.22.2021 0 comments
blog cover Food intolerances, while not as serious as food allergies, can still be very problematic! Food allergies can be life-threatening, but food intolerances and sensitivities can lead to digestive problems, rashes, skin conditions, intestinal upset, and other side effects that can make life quite unpleasant. Here’s the thing: it’s estimated [1] that 1 in...
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Prevention of Obesity in Early Life. What Parents Should Know?

4.2.2021 0 comments
blog cover Obesity is one of the primary contributors to health problems in the United States today. According to the CDC [1], roughly 42% of the American adult population is obese, with obesity-related health conditions (like Type 2 Diabetes, stroke, heart disease, and even some forms of cancer) being among the leading causes of death—preventable premature death! It’s...
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8 Ways to Avoid Diabetes and Hypertension Growing Old

3.18.2021 0 comments
blog cover Diabetes and hypertension can become BIG problems as you age. During your younger years, it’s likely you weren’t worried about heart problems or metabolic disease. But as you age, you need to realize that these health conditions can affect you in more ways than you realize. For example, studies have proven [1] that diabetes can lead to a higher risk...
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How Food Quality Affects Your Sperm Count

11.24.2020 0 comments
blog cover Yes, you read that right: the food you eat can have a DIRECT effect on your sperm count! The human body is a massive maze of interconnected internal systems and functions. Nothing that you do is ever limited to just one area—everything spreads and affects something else, in both big and small ways. Your digestive system is not only the largest of your...
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A Low Glycemic Diet for Acne Treatment (A New Study)

11.9.2020 0 comments
blog cover A lot of people are already familiar with low-glycemic (low-carb) diets to promote weight loss and fat burning, but it turns out, that’s not the only thing they’re good for! Carbohydrates are your body’s primary source of energy. Thanks to the modern carb-heavy diet, our bodies are accustomed to burning carbs for fuel, and it takes a lot of work to...
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Gut Microbiota: A Player in Aging and a Target for Anti-Aging Intervention

11.2.2020 0 comments
blog cover It’s amazing just how much out gut bacteria can do! We know that it’s responsible for breaking down the food that passes through our digestive system. Because of the bacteria living in our intestines, we’re able to absorb the nutrients that keep us alive and thriving. In recent years, there has also been a clear link established between our gut health...
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Antibacterial Potency of Fig Leaf (NEW STUDY)

10.25.2020 0 comments
blog cover Did you know that figs and fig leaves have been used as healing remedies for thousands of years? For example, figs have been used as an anti-diabetes treatment [1], as there’s a possibility that a tea brewed from fig leaves can help to lower blood sugar levels after eating. Or, figs work as an excellent laxative to help relieve constipation and improve...
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How to Induce Autophagy with One Simple Food Ingredient [A New Study]

10.12.2020 0 comments
blog cover Did you know that the human body is designed to self-clean and self-regenerate? That’s right, it’s got a mechanism called autophagy, which is basically a mechanism that removes dysfunctional and unnecessary components from your cells, freeing them up to regenerate healthier new cells. Autophagy is a very important process for healthy cells and tissues....
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Brown Fat: What Is It and How It Can Trigger Fat Burn? [A New Study]

9.4.2020 0 comments
blog cover Not all fat is created equal! This may sound odd, but did you know that there are actually two kinds of fat in your body? Most of us are familiar with white fat, the inert fatty molecules that build up around our stomachs, thighs, arms, and causes all kinds of health problems. But it’s the other kind of fat, the darker brown fat, that can actually...
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Obesity as a Trigger of Cognitive Health Decline (The Science)

8.11.2020 0 comments
blog cover It’s common knowledge that obesity affects our health and increases mortality risk. Obesity can raise the chances of cardiovascular conditions, diabetes complications, heart attacks, strokes, and a number of other health problems that can kill us—or, at the very least, seriously impair our health. We’re all familiar with the link between obesity and...
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