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6 Little Known Reasons to Eat Cantaloupe this Season

6 Little Known Reasons to Eat Cantaloupe this Season

The peak season for cantaloupe is almost here, and it will bring a great chance to buy some at a reasonable price. But what is cantaloupe good for?

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Why Do We Still Vaccinate? – 25 Questions From A Former Vaccine Advocate

Why Do We Still Vaccinate? – 25 Questions From A Former Vaccine Advocate

Is choosing to not vaccinate your children based off wrong assumptions? One person doesn’t think so.

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Dr. Axe: 21 ‘Health’ Foods You Should Never Eat

Dr. Axe: 21 ‘Health’ Foods You Should Never Eat

Here’s a list of the top 21 “health” foods you should never eat. Many of these aren’t really health foods at all. Instead, many are secret sugar bombs, foods that set your body into inflammation overdrive, menu items that can throw your hormones into an unhealthy state or they’re tainted with seriously gross compounds.

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7 Homemade Turmeric Teas & Elixirs (A Tasty Way to Boost Your Health)

Posted by on June 29, 2018 in Food, Drink & Nutrition, Health with 19 Comments
7 Homemade Turmeric Teas & Elixirs (A Tasty Way to Boost Your Health)

The Tumeric spice’s crazy color alone is enough to render it sacred – factor in its unique flavor and far-ranging health benefits and it’s enough to catapult this remarkable root into realms of the supernatural. It really is a special thing.

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Fountain of Youth? Enzymes in These 3 Vegetables Reverse Aging

Posted by on June 28, 2018 in Food, Drink & Nutrition, Health with 0 Comments
Fountain of Youth? Enzymes in These 3 Vegetables Reverse Aging

Cell damage is one of the major reasons we age. Read this and discover the 3 yummy veggies that have NMN in them – a compound proven to reverse aging.

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How to Improve Your Immune Function by Boosting Your Natural Killer Cells

How to Improve Your Immune Function by Boosting Your Natural Killer Cells

Natural killer (NK) cells are a specific type of white blood cell. They’re an important component of your cell-mediated (innate) immune system and are involved in both viral diseases and cancer. People whose immune cells consisted of 10 to 13 percent NK cells remained disease free after exposure to the flu virus, whereas those below 10 percent became ill. Here are ways to boost your NK cells.

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34 Simple And Decadent Avocado Recipes

Posted by on June 26, 2018 in Food, Drink & Nutrition, Health with 0 Comments
34 Simple And Decadent Avocado Recipes

Enjoy these creamy and delicious avocado recipes that are fuel for the body and soul, and serve as a culinary delight for the senses.

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The Science of Yoga

The Science of Yoga

Yoga is a lot of things. It’s an art, it’s a philosophy and mode of spirituality, it’s a type of therapy. But perhaps more than any of these yoga is a science. Science is often misunderstood as a bundle of facts—information that has been proven and is now called Truth. But science isn’t that at […]

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A Radically New Understanding of Alzheimer’s Disease Causes and Cures

A Radically New Understanding of Alzheimer’s Disease Causes and Cures

Alzheimer’s disease is expanding unchecked throughout the modern world, despite billions spent annually on pharmaceutical interventions. Could the calcification of the brain play a role?

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The Peril on Your Plate: Film Explores the Human Health Effects of Genetic Engineering and Chemical Agriculture

The Peril on Your Plate: Film Explores the Human Health Effects of Genetic Engineering and Chemical Agriculture

In the eye-opening, 49-minute documentary, “Peril on Your Plate,” Ekaterina Yakovleva embarks on a journey to investigate the human health effects of GMOs and pesticides after learning they may be the cause of her son’s food allergies

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75 Yummy Recipes For An Easy Breezy Fun-Filled Summer

Posted by on June 24, 2018 in Food, Drink & Nutrition, Health with 0 Comments
75 Yummy Recipes For An Easy Breezy Fun-Filled Summer

Just because we’re not in the mood to fire up the oven to make brisket in the summer doesn’t mean we’re off the hook when it comes to warm weather meals. Nope, when it comes to summertime, there are definitely some classics that just taste best when homemade. The good news? You master these 75 recipes and your backyard barbecues, late night picnics on the porch, and beach days become a whole lot tastier. From the best potato salad in the game to a pie bursting with juicy cherries, these are the summer recipes to learn and love.

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Kidney Cleanse: 22 Foods for Kidney Health

Kidney Cleanse: 22 Foods for Kidney Health

Kidney cleanses have been utilized since ancient times to keep the kidneys free of calcium deposits.

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This Is Your Brain On Cheese (Why Cheese Is So Hard To Break Free From)

Posted by on June 22, 2018 in Food, Drink & Nutrition, Health with 0 Comments
This Is Your Brain On Cheese (Why Cheese Is So Hard To Break Free From)

Cheese is one of the hardest habits to regulate day to day. You may, in fact, be hooked. And, it turns out there’s a reason behind our cravings. Cheese contains contains casein fragments called casomorphins, a casein-derived morphine-like compound. Basically, dairy protein has opiate molecules built in. When consumed, these fragments attach to the same brain receptors that heroin and other narcotics attach to.

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Dr. Mercola: Suicide Is on the Rise — Know the Warning Signs, and How to Help

Posted by on June 22, 2018 in Hazards, Issues & Diseases, Health, Prevention with 0 Comments
Dr. Mercola: Suicide Is on the Rise — Know the Warning Signs, and How to Help

Between 1999 and 2016, suicide increased by 28 percent across most American demographics; in 25 states, the suicide rate rose by more than 30 percent. Here are the common causes of suicide, the warning signs that someone may be contemplating suicide, and how you can help them.

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Green Tea Boosts Your Heart and Brain Health and Much More

Green Tea Boosts Your Heart and Brain Health and Much More

Epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG), an antioxidant found in green tea, has been shown to positively impact a number of illnesses and conditions, including obesity, Type 2 diabetes, heart disease and cancer. Drinking 3-4 cups of green tea daily has been shown to promote heart and cardiovascular health, and help prevent arteriosclerosis, heart attack and stroke.

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