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The Social Life Of Your Genes: Learn The Power of Your Subjective Experience

The Social Life Of Your Genes: Learn The Power of Your Subjective Experience

Your DNA is not a blueprint. Day by day, week by week, your genes are in a conversation with your surroundings. Your neighbors, your family, your feelings of loneliness: They don’t just get under your skin, they get into the control rooms of your cells. Inside the new social science of genetics.

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How To Slow Down the Aging Process Naturally

How To Slow Down the Aging Process Naturally

By Dr. Axe | Dr.Axe.com Aging is the natural process our bodies go through, as we get older. However, there are some complex biological functions that accelerate aging such as glycation and over-oxidation of cells. This acceleration in the aging process is caused by excessive sugar, stress, and toxicity. However, as you may have noticed, there […]

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Five Items You Need to Address to Reverse Just About Any Illness

Posted by on August 27, 2015 in Healing, Health-Wellness, Prevention with 0 Comments
Five Items You Need to Address to Reverse Just About Any Illness

Dr. Mercola breaks down what it takes to reverse your illness and have the kind of health you want.

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FDA Approves OxyContin Use For Children In Midst Of Opioid Pandemic

FDA Approves OxyContin Use For Children In Midst Of Opioid Pandemic

The FDA has approved OxyContin for children – a dangerous drug that is responsible for tens of thousands of deaths and addictions throughout the U.S since its release in the late 1990’s. Is this a pay to play involving the FDA with children’s lives at stake?

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How Earthing Can Do Wonders For Your Overall Health

How Earthing Can Do Wonders For Your Overall Health

Dr. Mercola shares the insight of Dr. James Oschman, who is an expert in the field of energy medicine, on the health benefits of Earthing & grounding daily.

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5 Major Reasons Why You Get Sick & What You Can Do About It

Posted by on August 23, 2015 in Healing, Health-Wellness, Prevention with 2 Comments
5 Major Reasons Why You Get Sick & What You Can Do About It

Reformed pharmacist Niraj Naik shares the 5 Major Reasons Why You Get Sick & What You Can Do About It.

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Got Zucchini? Try These Delicious Smoked Paprika Zucchini Chips

Got Zucchini? Try These Delicious Smoked Paprika Zucchini Chips

Try this easy delicious recipe to use the abundant harvest of zucchini in your garden – they’re great as a side dish or snack!

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Crazy Good And Crazy Simple Cherry Chia Seed Jam Recipe

Crazy Good And Crazy Simple Cherry Chia Seed Jam Recipe

This cherry chia jam recipe takes 10 minutes, it is easy peasy and it can be made with any fruit.

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7 Signs You Are Not Getting Enough Magnesium

7 Signs You Are Not Getting Enough Magnesium

By James Colquhoun | Food Matters Have you got cravings for chocolate so intense that you can’t think about anything else? What about those muscle cramps that keep you up at night? Or your trips to the bathroom are a bit of a struggle? Chances are you’re deficient in magnesium! Magnesium is essential for over […]

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How To Make Chocolate Bars With Coconut Oil (Loaded With Antioxidants)

How To Make Chocolate Bars With Coconut Oil (Loaded With Antioxidants)

How much coconut oil do you have on hand? Better make a run to the grocery store after you catch a glimpse at what’s in store for you…

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Are You Suffering from a Caffeine Overdose? How Much is Too Much?

Posted by on August 6, 2015 in Food and Drink, Health-Wellness, Prevention with 1 Comment
Are You Suffering from a Caffeine Overdose? How Much is Too Much?

While it depends a lot on the person, a dose as little as 500 milligrams of caffeine and up could potentially produce some symptoms of caffeine overdose. Some people feel fine, or their perceived “normal,” drinking around 500 milligrams, while others feel sick and weak very quickly.

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Heart Risk Myths: The Truth About Low-Fat Diets, Cholesterol and More

Posted by on August 5, 2015 in Food and Drink, Health-Wellness, Prevention with 9 Comments
Heart Risk Myths: The Truth About Low-Fat Diets, Cholesterol and More

From my perspective, there’s simply no doubt that conventional dietary recommendations are largely responsible for many of our current health epidemics, including obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and cancer. In essence, the recommendations are converse to the truth. Most doctors recommend a low-fat, high-carb diet and artificially sweetened “diet” foods and beverages to lose weight and protect your heart.

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5 Simple Lifestyle Changes that Reduce the Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease

Posted by on August 3, 2015 in Health-Wellness, Prevention with 0 Comments
5 Simple Lifestyle Changes that Reduce the Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease

Though while it’s seen as irreversible (even though a connection between coconut oil and Alzheimer’s reversal is strong), there are certainly agreed-upon ways to at least prevent this unfortunate disease.

Rest assured, research has shed light on the remarkably simple steps one can take to stave off this life-shattering form of dementia.

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How Chronic Depression Can Damage Your Brain & Healthy Ways To Combat It

Posted by on July 31, 2015 in Health-Wellness, Prevention with 2 Comments
How Chronic Depression Can Damage Your Brain & Healthy Ways To Combat It

The evidence clearly indicates that your diet plays a key role in your mental health, for better or worse. So if you’re struggling with depression, mood swings, or feel yourself sliding into “the blues,” I strongly advise you to look at what you’re eating. The key is to eat real food, ideally organic (to avoid chemical exposures) and locally grown (for maximum freshness).

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5 Fun Alternatives to Yoga and Meditation For Stress Relief

5 Fun Alternatives to Yoga and Meditation For Stress Relief

Life is full of pressure and frustration; in other words, it’s stressful. Sitting in traffic, racing against deadlines, fighting with loved ones, all of these things make you tense and tired. We are all familiar with the traditional ways to relieve stress such as deep breathing, meditation, exercise and massage but there are also unconventional and fun ways to say goodbye to stress.

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