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Fight heart diseases: 5 powerful foods

Written by Loic Cobbina A heart disease may occur when we repeatedly eat foods that are not healthy for the body such as those that contain too much bad cholesterol. Foods with too much sugar lead to diabetes, which in turns affects the functioning of the heart. The good news is that …

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Part Two: Fighting 84 Autoimmune Diseases with Nutrition

There are over eighty different forms of autoimmune diseases, including multiple sclerosis, the debilitating disease that left Dr. Terry Wahls confined to a wheelchair. Wahls undertook thorough research into the triggers of her disease, and eventually postulated her own intense nutrition-based treatment plan. Following six months of her self-imposed therapy, …

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Which Supplements Work Best for Men?

When it comes to choosing supplements for men, there are some important physiological needs to consider. There are significant differences between men and women that affect your nutritional needs. This is why most multivitamins that you find on the market are marketed either toward men or women. For instance, there …

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How Home Care Workers Can Prove Their Worth

How To Work Out Your Breathing

As America’s population ages, the demand for healthcare workers is rising. The pandemic highlighted the importance of healthcare workers to the country, especially when it comes to home-based care. The huge market opportunity has attracted many entrepreneurs and innovators who sense the fortunes to be made in the coming decade. …

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Warning: Your Tap Water Could Be Killing You

Guess what happens when you pour chlorinated tap water into a goldfish bowel? The fish die. Or so states a new report on subject of toxic chemicals in your tap water. Considered the “silent enemy” lurking inside your kitchen and bathrooms, chlorinated water, while supposedly killing all sorts of diseases …

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How To Work Out Your Breathing

How To Work Out Your Breathing

Breathing exercises have been around for a long time, and many people swear on their effectiveness. Science Daily mentions a recent study from the University of Colorado at Boulder that claims that a 5-minute breathing workout could be as effective as aerobic exercise in managing circulatory problems. The breathing exercise …

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