Vegetables are full of vitamins, minerals, fiber and antioxidants, which work synergistically to lower your risk of heart disease, cancer, dementia, arthritis, stroke and more.
Vegetables also have anti-aging properties, and eating veggies and fruits (seven or more servings daily) has been shown to lower your risk of dyin … Read More
It’s one of the great questions in life: should you shower in the morning or at night? Each side definitely has its devotees, while others simply allow their schedule to dictate when’s the best time to wash up.
But let’s say you have time both morning and night for a shower. Is one truly better than the other? It turns ou … Read More
This is such a cute, funny, meaningful, and inspiring video below...
People age 7 to 93 share one short piece of advice with their younger counterparts...
(AFTERWARD, please share below: What one piece of advice would you give to YOUR younger self?)
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After watching, SHARE IN THE COMMENT AREA BELOW what one … Read More
Filed Under: Back Pain
Written By: August 27,2015
It’s estimated that 5 million Americans, mostly women, suffer from fibromyalgia.[i] Most are not diagnosed until middle age, although symptoms often begin earlier, and many are not correctly diagnosed at all.
Often considered an arthritis-related condition, fibromyalgia is not actually a form of arthritis. However, it is … Read More
If you want to avoid genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in your food and you eat processed foods, you’d better get ready to purge your pantry. It’s estimated that at least 75 percent of processed foods, from crackers to soda, contain GM ingredients.[i]
This is largely because 93 percent of U.S. corn and 94 percent of U … Read More
No matter where you stand on the issue of genetically modified (GM) foods – whether you believe them to be an environmental and public health disaster or you’re more willing to give them a try – one thing’s for certain: we should all be free to make the choice of whether or not we consume them
For the record, there are ma … Read More
About 3 million Americans suffer from gout, a form of arthritis that leads to intense, painful swelling in your joints. Many people experience their first gout attack in their big toe, which may feel like sharp, intense pain along with swelling and stiffness.
The site of the attack will also be red and hot to the touch. A … Read More
Filed Under: Arthritis
Written By: August 4,2015
When you think of building muscles, vegetables are probably the last food group that comes to mind. A thick grass-fed steak, a couple of free-range eggs or even a whey protein shake … these are the types of foods that truly build muscles, right?
Yes, they certainly do … but they’re not the only ones. And if you’re overloo … Read More
Filed Under: Muscles
Written By: July 31,2015
… Plus an 8-Question Dementia Risk Quiz
Earlier this year, stunning new research was published showing the biological processes that lead to mental decline and eventually dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease, start 18 years before symptoms appear.[i]
The researchers followed more than 2,000 participants for 18 years a … Read More
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has known for years that taking popular nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) such as ibuprofen (Motrin, Advil), Aleve and Celebrex may be dangerous for your heart.
It was 2005 when the agency first warned that taking NASIDs increases your risk of heart attack or stroke, … Read More