Health-Wellness

Will New 2015 Dietary Guidelines Reverse Four Decades of Foolish Fat Phobia?

Posted by on July 7, 2015 in Food and Drink, Health-Wellness, Nutrition with 0 Comments
Will New 2015 Dietary Guidelines Reverse Four Decades of Foolish Fat Phobia?

Healthy fat and cholesterol have, for decades, been wrongfully blamed for causing heart disease, and it’s like a breath of fresh air to finally see the advisory committee is taking note of the accumulated science. With regards to cholesterol, the panel concluded it “is not a nutrient of concern for over-consumption,” noting the absence of a link between dietary cholesterol and heart disease. Until now, the American dietary guidelines have recommended limiting dietary cholesterol to 300 milligrams (mg) per day, which amounts to about two eggs. As noted by Steven Nissen, chairman of the Department of Cardiovascular Medicine at the Cleveland Clinic:

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5 Steps to Kick Your Sugar Addiction

5 Steps to Kick Your Sugar Addiction

Dr. Axe: Here are the top ways to reduce sugar cravings. There are really four main steps. You need to get more fiber, more protein, more healthy fat and consume sour foods. If you follow those steps, and a fifth one we’ll add here, those things will help you overcome your sweet addiction and sugar cravings.

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Suicide by Soda: Sugary Drinks Kill 184,000 People a Year, Study Says

Posted by on July 7, 2015 in Food and Drink, Health-Wellness with 0 Comments
Suicide by Soda: Sugary Drinks Kill 184,000 People a Year, Study Says

Sugary drinks are killing around 184,000 people each year, according to a new study. The research, published in the American Heart Association’s Circulation journal, points the finger at sugar-laden drinks ranging from sodas to sweetened iced tea, fruit drinks, and sports/energy drinks.

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Norway Offers Bees Safe Passage On The World’s First “Bee Highway”

Norway Offers Bees Safe Passage On The World’s First “Bee Highway”

Norwegian bees will soon be living the high life. Construction of a “bee highway” in Oslo aims to give these insects food, shelter and safe passage through the city. Bee hives and smatterings of flowering plants are popping up in backyards, on rooftops and on the terraces of companies and private citizens alike.

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Using Your Voice to Heal

Using Your Voice to Heal

There is a vast amount of information to glean by listening carefully to our own voice. The voice is a window into our own subconscious mind and gives insights into ourselves at deeper levels than our consciousness allows…Emotions that we have suppressed – surprise us. Negative subtle feelings in our voice give us clues about what invisible baggage we store. Our subtle sounds are a window into repressed emotions. If we don’t acknowledge this crap, we can’t release it.

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Top 12 Superfoods For People Over 50

Posted by on July 6, 2015 in Food and Drink, Health-Wellness, Natural Remedies with 0 Comments
Top 12 Superfoods For People Over 50

As we age, a lot of changes occur in our body reducing our capabilities, immunity, and affecting our overall health. So it becomes necessary to take the appropriate care of our health and well being to have a healthy body and mind. People over 50 need to have a nutritious diet to maintain ailment-free and good health despite the age. An anti-oxidant-rich diet helps enhance the immunity and offers numerous health benefits. You need to ensure that all essential vitamins, proteins, and other nutrients are present in your regular diet to maintain good health.

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Empower Yourself with These 3 Key Lessons of Your 3rd Chakra

Empower Yourself with These 3 Key Lessons of Your 3rd Chakra

This video looks at the 3 empowering lessons of your 3rd chakra that will help you shine. Your 3rd chakra resides in your solar plexus and is the seat of your personal power and energy. It’s element is fire, so it’s the home of your passion and zest for life, as well as your charisma, leadership abilities, courage and “can do” attitude.

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5 Ways to Stay Healthy While Traveling

Posted by on July 5, 2015 in Health-Wellness, Prevention with 0 Comments
5 Ways to Stay Healthy While Traveling

Since many of you will be traveling this summer — from family visits to international destinations to local parks and cities — I thought I’d share what I’ve learned about taking care of yourself in different environments from living in six cities around the world and traveling to 18 countries.

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8 Foods Even the Experts Won’t Eat

Posted by on July 5, 2015 in Food and Drink, Health-Wellness, Nutrition with 1 Comment
8 Foods Even the Experts Won’t Eat

Clean eating means choosing fruits, vegetables, and meats that are raised, grown, and sold with minimal processing. Often they’re organic, and rarely (if ever) should they contain additives. But in some cases, the methods of today’s food producers are neither clean nor sustainable. The result is damage to our health, the environment, or both.

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How and WHY You Should Plan Your Day Around Your Human Body Energy Clock

How and WHY You Should Plan Your Day Around Your Human Body Energy Clock

The Chinese Body Clock is based on Chinese medicine and the body organ Qi(energy) cycle. It’s the idea that there is a cyclic flow of energy through the body that moves in two hour intervals through the various organ systems.

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The Easiest, Tastiest, Summer Corn Recipes EVER!

The Easiest, Tastiest, Summer Corn Recipes EVER!

By Lynn Andriani | Huff Post From chowder to cakes to straight off the cob (with some crazy-good ideas for toppings), these dishes remind us why we love this farm-stand classic. Get the recipes here…

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Newly Discovered Dangers of High Fructose Corn Syrup Are Alarming

Posted by on July 4, 2015 in Health-Wellness with 0 Comments
Newly Discovered Dangers of High Fructose Corn Syrup Are Alarming

The assumption that fructose (including high fructose corn syrup) was any better, was dead wrong. The liver converts fructose directly into fat. People who consume lots of fructose end up developing high blood pressure, suffering from obesity, and developing insulin resistance, among other health issues. Doctors usually call this metabolic syndrome – and for some time, they couldn’t figure out why so many Americans were so overweight.

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Amazon Tribe Creates 500-Page Remarkable Natural Medicine Encyclopedia

Amazon Tribe Creates 500-Page Remarkable Natural Medicine Encyclopedia

The completion of the encyclopedia after two years of intense work, compiled by five shamans with assistance from conservation group Acaté, is a historical and critical first step towards mitigating existential threats to healing wisdom and self-sufficiency. It is a true shamanic encyclopedia, fully written and edited by indigenous shamans, the first to our knowledge of its kind and scope. The ultimate objective of the initiative is the integration and enhancement of ‘Western’ health delivery with traditional practices. Tribes in the region depend upon rainforest for survival but this relationship extends beyond a utilitarian reliance; there is a spiritual link to the forest, a sense of interconnectivity. For the broader conservation movement, we know that there is a strong correlation between intact ecosystems and regions of indigenous inhabitation, making strengthening of indigenous culture one of the most effective ways to protect large areas of rainforest.

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7 Strange Foods That Will Supercharge Your Health

Posted by on July 3, 2015 in Food and Drink, Health-Wellness with 0 Comments
7 Strange Foods That Will Supercharge Your Health

It’s important to eat organic when you can as organic food is less likely to contain contaminates & non-food products. But the good thing about the foods listed is that they are a lot less well known & less in demand so are a lot more likely to be organic.

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15 Patriotic Vegan Dishes for the Perfect “Red, White, and Blue” Party

Posted by on July 3, 2015 in Food and Drink, Health-Wellness with 0 Comments
15 Patriotic Vegan Dishes for the Perfect “Red, White, and Blue” Party

It’s the 4th of July, Independence Day, and everything is coming up red, white and blue. Those are the colors of the United States flag but what do they mean? Well, the truth is that when The Stars and Stripes were adopted in 1777, the colors of the flag did not have any specific meanings. Maybe that was the material Betsy Ross had laying around. When the time came to create the Great Seal for the United States of America, however, the colors did have significance. White signifies purity and innocence, red stands for hardiness and valor and blue signifies vigilance, perseverance and justice.

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