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This Space Plane Has Been Orbiting Earth For Over 700 Days, and We Don’t Know Why

This post was originally published on this site There’s some rather curious events taking place in earth’s orbit right now. Currently, an uncrewed solar-powered space plane has just broken a spaceflight-duration record, it has now been orbiting earth for more… Continue Reading →

Artist Designs Stylish Jewelry that also Defends Against Facial Recognition Technology

This post was originally published on this site Privacy concerns are one of those side effects of technology that can make you wish the world would return to the Stone Age, dinosaurs and all… These days, people are paranoid worrying… Continue Reading →

Utah Teen Adds to the Growing Numbers of E-Cigarette Related Illnesses After Coma and Lung Disease

This post was originally published on this site We know that smoking tobacco can lead to cancer and other health complications, we’ve been smoking for over a millennium and there has been plenty of research on the harmful effects. While… Continue Reading →

Strong Moms Raise Strong Daughters

This post was originally published on this site A bond between a mother and daughter is unlike anything else, and this relationship is an essential building block for a girl. Strong mothers raise strong daughters, and there’s a few things… Continue Reading →

Overnight Colon Cleanse: Easy Protocol & Colon Cleanse Advice

We all overeat from time to time. It’s something that happens naturally throughout life! When you overindulge, especially at night, your body responds in several ways. In this article, we’ll explore what happens to your body when you overeat, as well as the benefits of and protocol for performing an overnight colon cleanse using a natural colon cleanser. What Happens When You Overeat or Splurge Eat Eating large amounts of food — especially late in the evening — can overwork your digestive system, making you bloated, tired, and even constipated […]
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New genetic study shows LDL and blood pressure still matter

This post was originally published on this site Does LDL matter for our heart health? Many social media posts suggest that LDL is irrelevant for low-carb eaters. Interestingly, for most of us, dismissing LDL as a heart disease risk factor… Continue Reading →

‘Raring To Go Vegan’: Challenge 22′ Officially Launches In The UK

Challenge 22 has officially launched in the UK, with the team behind the initiative saying Brits are ‘raring to try veganism’. The project, which was launched five years ago by Israeli organization Animals Now, is a free online program that encourages people to try a plant-based diet for 22 days. …

Shanna’s AIP Kitchen: How She Manages Hashimoto’s in Park City

This post was originally published on this site This post contains affiliate links. Click here to see what that means! In order to support our blogging activities, we may receive monetary compensation or other types or remuneration for our endorsement,… Continue Reading →

Eliminating Household Toxins: A How-to Guide

This post was originally published on this site 250 pounds per person/day of toxic chemicals are dumped in the US. We are surrounded by toxins to the point that upon birth, a newborn baby is already born having over 180… Continue Reading →

All About Tea: The 5 Types, Cooking ideas and Health Benefits

This post was originally published on this site There are generally five different categories of tea which have a different profile for taste, bodily benefits, and use. Learn all about them! The post All About Tea: The 5 Types, Cooking… Continue Reading →

Do You Have a Glutathione Insufficiency?

This post was originally published on this site We all know we need to eat an antioxidant-rich diet replete with berries and kale, to ensure we have plenty of free-radical fighting “antioxidant avengers” in our blood. However, did you know… Continue Reading →

How Natural Hormones In Dairy Affect Your Fertility

The topic of hormones in our food is a hot button issue, and for good reason, as these ingested hormones can be deleterious to our health. However, dairy is often left out of this discussion when it should be the first food we examine.  A research paper titled The Milk We Drink, Food For …

8 Ways to Instantly Cut Your Pesticide Exposure

This post was originally published on this site One of the key concepts in my work is “toxic load,” in other words, the sum total of all the harmful things that your body is exposed to. When we do everything… Continue Reading →

Possible Health Benefits Of Pomegranate Extract

This post was originally published on this sitePeople the world over have known about the pomegranate and its potential benefits for centuries. That’s why so many cultures celebrate this power fruit. Throughout history, the pomegranate has been revered. Many have… Continue Reading →

Is There A Mineral That Can Help You Age Gracefully?

This post was originally published on this siteAccording to Bruce Ames, Ph.D., of the University of California, Berkeley, when certain vital micronutrients are in short supply, the body undergoes slow, insidious changes that undermine health and increase the risk of… Continue Reading →

Surprising way to decrease anxiety and depression symptoms

This post was originally published on this site (NaturalHealth365) Are you or someone you love one of the 40 million Americans living with an anxiety disorder?  If you are, we don’t blame you for being frustrated by conventional treatment options…. Continue Reading →

Alarming number of toxic chemicals found in tap and bottled water

This post was originally published on this site (NaturalHealth365) What could be healthier than following up a good exercise session with a generous amount of cold water – right?  Well, the problem is – most people are uninformed about the… Continue Reading →

Do Plants Have a Brain?

This post was originally published on this site Plants may be the most underappreciated life forms. Since they can’t move like animals, they’re usually considered simple environmental bystanders –– soaking up sun, providing oxygen through photosynthesis, providing the many fruits… Continue Reading →

Weekly Health Quiz: Spices, Fluoride and Nurdles

This post was originally published on this site 1 Of the following spices, which has been shown to have the highest anti-inflammatory capacity? Nutmeg Fennel Ginger According to a novel 2012 study, cloves, ginger, rosemary and turmeric significantly reduced markers… Continue Reading →

How Much Omega-3 Do You Need?

This post was originally published on this siteDietary fats are essential to good health. Although it is harmful to eat too many of some, or not enough of others, without healthy fats your body will not work properly.1 Fat is… Continue Reading →

Quercetin Lowers Your Risk for Viral Illnesses

This post was originally published on this siteYour immune system is your first-line defense against bacterial and viral infections, so the most effective way to prevent infectious illness is maintaining robust immune function. Your diet and other lifestyle factors are… Continue Reading →

Weekend Reading, 9.8.19

This post was originally published on this site When you’re studying for a big test, which I am, you spend a lot of time thinking about focus. You have to: concentration and focus are huge parts of test preparation. No… Continue Reading →

Is a Grain-Free Diet Healthy? Everything You Need to Know

This post was originally published on this site By Alina Petre, MS, RD Grains are a staple in most traditional diets, but a growing number of people are cutting out this food group. Some do so due to allergies or… Continue Reading →

Gary’s Wheat Belly journey

This post was originally published on this site Gary, founder of Wheat-Free Market, shared his 8-year update living the Wheat Belly lifestyle. “The passing of Labor Day weekend marked 8 years since I began my grain-free journey to weight loss… Continue Reading →

Keto diet foods — top three mistakes at the grocery store

This post was originally published on this siteHere are the top three mistakes people make when buying groceries on the keto diet – and how to avoid them. The post Keto diet foods — top three mistakes at the grocery… Continue Reading →

Coffee vs. Tea: Is One Healthier Than the Other?

This post was originally published on this site By Ariane Lang, BSc, MBA Coffee and tea are among the world’s most popular beverages, with black tea being the most sought-after variety of the later, accounting for 78% of all tea… Continue Reading →

Parental Burnout: Moms Need Equality In Raising Children, Self-Care, and Most Importantly, Massages.

This post was originally published on this site Mommy burnout is real and over the years has finally received the attention it deserves from the scientific community. Burnout occurs when a person is in an extended state of emotional imbalance… Continue Reading →

How To Grow Your Own Garlic – It’s Easier than You Think!

This post was originally published on this site Garlic is one of those spices that can bring an entire dish together. Roasted, toasted, sautéed, pureed, fried, baked… however you choose to incorporate garlic into a dish, the flavor is all… Continue Reading →

Why Didn’t Doctors Caution Patients About the Link Between Hormone Replacement Therapy and Cancer?

This post was originally published on this site For years, estrogen therapy was—and continues to be—prescribed as a treatment for women experiencing symptoms of menopause. Estrogen is a sex hormone found in both men and women (though in smaller amounts… Continue Reading →

5 Reasons To Consider Cupping

This post was originally published on this siteCupping is a 2,500-year-old Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) technique. TCM is a healing system of Eastern medicine that incorporates therapies that are in some cases millennia older. In addition to treating illness, TCM… Continue Reading →

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