Nutrition

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Make great meals for your whole family. Consult our mom-approved recipes for nutritious home-cooked dishes, including baby foods, breakfasts, and kid-friendly snacks.

Infographic: Natural Rehab in Your Kitchen

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Did you know that juicing can do a lot more than the all-important job of providing additional vitamins, minerals and nutrients to your body?...

Nutrition and Aging: 5 Signs of Inadequate Nutrition

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If you stop and think about it, we truly live in peculiar times. Never before have we had such vast knowledge and options when...

Seven Foods to Eat (and Three to Avoid) for Clear, Healthy Skin

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Are you spending hundreds of dollars a month on anti-aging and acne-fighting products, only to wake up looking tired and broken out? It might...
unhealthy breakfast

Four Reasons to Prove Morning Breakfast is Good for Health

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How many times have you heard the saying "breakfast is the most important meal of the day"? Do you agree that it is? Studies...
Metabolism

15 Different Methods to Boost Your Metabolism

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When you feel more tired and lazy it’s simply because you have a low metabolism. Metabolism can be also defined by the energy you...
Nutritional Supplements

Nutritional Supplements and Health Formulas – Mantra of Healthcare Companies

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As the world is progressing forward in science and technology and is fast in achieving wonders in all the fields, the lifestyle of people...
bad cholesterol

5 Easy Ways to Lower Your Cholesterol

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There are a lot of ailments that we have to watch out for these days. Thanks to technology and advancements in internal medicine, doctors...
Water Intake

10 Reasons Why You Should Increase Your Water Intake

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Our bodies are made of 70% water. Our cells, organs, tissues joints and different systems all have water. It is the second most important...

Feeding the World: Farming Gets Its Sea Legs

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The world is shrinking. Not literally, of course. When it comes to mass, our planet is the same size it’s been for billions of years....
Cashews

Cashews Health Benefits and Nutrition Fact

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Cashews have lower fat content approximately 75% of their fat is unsaturated fatty acids content is oleic acid. Increase OA intake reduces your blood...
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