7 Best Nutrients You Should Include In Your Meals For Stress Relief

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  Many things can be causing you to be stressed.  Some of these sources of stress can be “macro stressors” like  work, family, finances and time.  But there are  also  “micro-stressors” or  minor annoyances that happen habitually throughout the day like running late to work, missing the subway, dealing with a traffic jam or getting wet during Read More

[QUICK GUIDE] Too Much Sodium

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  Americans eat a lot of sodium, and too much can lead to high blood pressure. See how much sodium is in some of your favorite foods, and learn how you can trim extra salt from your daily diet.   Guide published by Rush University Medical Center

7 Easy Steps for Growing Broccoli Sprouts at Home (an Anti-Cancer Diet Essential)

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  So why are broccoli sprouts so special? According to various researchers (including Johns Hopkins and Ohio State University), they contain 1,000 percent more nutrients than mature broccoli! Sulforaphane, the prominent phytochemical in broccoli, combats cancer on several fronts − including removal of carcinogens, prevention of cancer cell production, destruction of breast cancer cells, and Read More

Eat to Defeat Cancer … Every Day

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Contributor: William Li Dr. William Li is President, Medical Director, and Co-founder of the Angiogenesis Foundation, and is a highly-sought international lecturer, advisor, and Fortune 500 consultant for his predictive insights into medical breakthroughs.     Angiogenesis makes cancer dangerous A major reason cancer is so frustratingly difficult to cure is that by the time Read More

7 Tips for Adding Turmeric To Your Daily Routine (Infographic)

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  In this infographic, Lyla Blake-Gumbs, MD, of Cleveland Clinic’s Center for Integrative & Lifestyle Medicine, gives advice on how to incorporate turmeric safely into your daily healthcare regimen.     Related:  The Secrets of Turmeric  

A Silent Epidemic With Serious Consequences – B12 Deficiency

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What do all of these diseases have in common? Alzheimer’s, dementia, cognitive decline and memory loss ( referred also  as “aging”) Multiple sclerosis (MS) and other neurological disorders Mental illness (depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, psychosis) Cardiovascular disease Learning or developmental disorders in kids Autism Autoimmune disease and immune disregulation Cancer Male and female infertility Answer: they Read More

Cauliflower Rice Stuffing

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Print Cauliflower Rice Stuffing Prep Time: 20 minutes Cook Time: 30 minutes Category: SIDES Cuisine: Paleo Servings: 8 Servings Ingredients 1 lb. sweet italian sausage or ground pork 4 Tbsp. butter or ghee ½ lb. sliced cremini mushroooms 1 portobello mushroom cubed 1 onion chopped 2 stalks of celery chopped 3 carrots chopped 1 leek Read More

5 Days of Healthy Meals For You

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  Meal Prep Day!!! Welcome to Meal Prep Day!   You’ll do the bulk of the prep today  and everyday after  Prep Day, you’ll do one small, five-minute or even less tweet that will transform the leftovers into a new amazing meal.  You’ll make a single, healthy recipe every day with many health benefits, whether Read More

5 Commandments of Smart Dieting

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To see the best results from any diet plan, you’ve got to know the “Diet Commandments”. These guidelines are essential for superior results. They will take you to the Promised Land, flowing with good health and energy. Sadly, many dieters miss out on one or more of these rules, and it costs them their success. Read More

How to introduce peanut products to babies

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Peanut allergy tends to begin early in life and persist through adulthood. Allergic reactions to peanut can range from mild to severe and even life-threatening. To avoid these reactions, people with peanut allergy must be vigilant about the foods they eat and the environments they enter, which can be extremely stressful for them and for Read More