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February 3, 2019

These findings confirm that lactobacilli decrease cry and fuss time and provide a dietary support in exclusively breastfed infants with colic.

PMID: Nutrients. 2018 Dec 13 ;10(12). Epub 2018 Dec 13. PMID: 30551654 Abstract Title: Role of Lactobacillus rhamnosus (FloraActive™) 19070-2 and Lactobacillus reuteri (FloraActive™) 12246 in Infant Colic: A Randomized Dietary Study. Abstract: Infant colic is a common condition of… Continue Reading →

L. paracasei SD1 may help to decrease the risk of dental caries.

PMID: Clin Oral Investig. 2014 Apr ;18(3):857-62. Epub 2013 Jul 28. PMID: 23892501 Abstract Title: Lactobacillus paracasei SD1, a novel probiotic, reduces mutans streptococci in human volunteers: a randomized placebo-controlled trial. Abstract: OBJECTIVES: The present study investigates the effect of… Continue Reading →

This is How You Step up Your Guacamole Game

This post was originally published on this siteI’m all for a straight-ahead, no-fuss, guacamole. Nine times out of ten, that’s how I approach it. Let the avocado shine. Don’t distract with tomatoes, or pomegranate seeds, or too much lemon, or… Continue Reading →

Easy Cauliflower Soup Recipe with Bacon | Cook Eat Paleo

 

Weekly Meal Prep: Winter Salads With Seasonal Produce!

This week we’re showcasing salads that use all the best winter produce to give you weekly meal prep inspiration! The post Weekly Meal Prep: Winter Salads With Seasonal Produce! appeared first on One Green Planet.

The 18 Best Healthy Foods to Buy in Bulk (And the Worst)

By Jillian Kubala, MS, RD Buying food in large quantities, also known as bulk shopping, is an excellent way to fill your pantry and fridge while cutting down on food costs. Certain items are heavily discounted when purchased in bulk,… Continue Reading →

Healthy Orange Chicken

Looking for a better than Panda Express Orange Chicken recipe? We’re sharing a delicious recipe for healthy orange chicken. It’s made with real orange juice, honey, a little sriracha AND…it’s not deep fried, but still has a crunch. From one… Continue Reading →

9 Key Nutrients that Are Missing From Your Produce

It’s no secret that our modern environment, while filled with many wonderful conveniences and other advances, is not as healthy as it once was. Our air and water are not as clean, we’re surrounded by toxins in everything from the… Continue Reading →

Peanut Butter Cup Granola

This post was originally published on this siteThis granola recipe is a peanut butter cup in granola form! Crunchy, peanut-y and oh so delicious. Top your smoothie or yogurt with this peanut butter cup granola for the best breakfast ever…. Continue Reading →

How to Make Stovetop Popcorn

This post was originally published on this siteMake snack time easy and healthy tonight with our stovetop popcorn tutorial! Don’t worry, we even put together a “how to make popcorn on the stove” video for you to watch. So, let’s… Continue Reading →

CoQ10 And Heart Health: The Link

This tip is courtesy of the Weil Vitamin Advisor. Visit today for your free supplement recommendation! If you have a personal or family history of heart disease, reducing risks in as many ways as possible is essential, but can be challenging… Continue Reading →

Macaroni and Cheese is loaded with a harmful food additive, report finds

(NaturalHealth365)  Toxic cheese?!  That’s right, before you buy your food at the local supermarket – read this important news. We’ve all heard this story before: Conventional (highly processed) foods with a long and highly suspicious shelf life contain harmful additives… Continue Reading →

An Introduction to What a Hernia Entails

Seeing an unidentified bulge on your body is a sign that something may be wrong. This could be a hernia, a condition that occurs when an organ or tissue swells through an opening in the muscle or tissue keeping it… Continue Reading →

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