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Nitrates in Tap Water: What Parents Need to Know

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8 Comebacks For Keto Criticisms

This post was originally published on this siteIt’s easy to forget how weird we all are. You spend your days reading this and other health blogs, communing with Primal and keto folks on social media, staying abreast of the nutrition… Continue Reading →

7 Impressive Health Benefits of Cherries

This post was originally published on this site By Jillian Kubala, MS, RD Cherries are one of the most beloved fruits, and for good reason. They’re not only delicious but also pack vitamins, minerals and plant compounds with powerful health… Continue Reading →

Our Current Healthy Obsessions: June 2019 Edition

This post was originally published on this siteOur favorite adaptogens for boosting our health. The post Our Current Healthy Obsessions: June 2019 Edition appeared first on Dr. Will Cole.

The keto challenge: “I’m in it for the long haul”

This post was originally published on this site Over 825,000 people have signed up for our free two-week keto low-carb challenge. You’ll get free guidance, meal plans, recipes, shopping lists and troubleshooting tips – everything you need to succeed on… Continue Reading →

How to Clear Clogged Milk Ducts

This post was originally published on this siteIf you breastfeed, you probably know that a blocked or clogged milk duct is a painful and frustrating challenge that many nursing mothers encounter. Clogged milk ducts seem to come out of nowhere… Continue Reading →

Is IBS an Autoimmune Disease?

This post was originally published on this siteIBS is often considered a disease of exclusion. However, emerging research suggests that IBS is an autoimmune disease triggered by food poisoning. Find out what that means for treatment. The post Is IBS… Continue Reading →

Health Benefits of Basil Leaf + 13 Ways to Use It at Home

This post was originally published on this siteBasil has taken over my garden so I am in the process of preserving and storing it now. Fortunately, it can be used for so much more than just cooking! There are a… Continue Reading →

10 Plant-Based Adaptogenic Supplements to Provide Energy

This post was originally published on this site The best adaptogens for increasing energy are Panax ginseng, maca, and ashwagandha. Check out these 10 adaptogenic supplements! The post 10 Plant-Based Adaptogenic Supplements to Provide Energy appeared first on One Green… Continue Reading →

Why Your Body is Inflamed

This post was originally published on this siteThe signs and symptoms are seemingly everywhere, but you’re still wondering why your body is inflamed. Let’s break it down a little today. There is a guy on Instagram that I enjoy following,… Continue Reading →

15 Tips for Ultimate Summer Grilling

This post was originally published on this site Summer time means grilling time! Grilling tends to be a pretty healthy cooking method — plus it lends itself to … The post 15 Tips for Ultimate Summer Grilling appeared first on… Continue Reading →

10 Things That Can Trigger Rosacea

This post was originally published on this siteRosacea – a chronic condition in which a person’s cheeks, nose, chin, eyelids or forehead become inflamed and red – tends to be more common in women, people between the ages of 30 and… Continue Reading →

Personal Hygiene on the Trail—Backpacking with Dr. Bronner’s

This post was originally published on this siteI have always worked hard to maintain my reputation as a ‘dirtbagger’—a term used reverentially in the climbing community to describe someone who rejects societal norms for shelter and cleanliness, someone who scrounges… Continue Reading →

The Snack Bar Designed for People with Swallowing Disorders

This post was originally published on this site We should take a moment to appreciate the people in this world who go out of their way to improve the quality of life for others. While we sit back and enjoy… Continue Reading →

What You Need to Know About Your L4-L5 Spinal Segment

This post was originally published on this site Lower back pain? You may have heard your practitioner mention something about your L4-L5 spinal segment. The lower back (lumbar spine) is a fairly complex structure. It consists of 5 vertebrates, the… Continue Reading →

These Close-Up Images Show Exactly What Different Types of Skin Cancer Look Like

This post was originally published on this site The moment we’ve all been waiting for us here- it’s summertime! Kids are streaming out of their classrooms to the tune of school bells chiming for the last time and everybody is… Continue Reading →

Is sugar causing you to AGE faster?

This post was originally published on this site   Americans consume the equivalent of 300 loaves of bread each year (representing enormous exposure to the amylopectin A carbohydrate that behaves like sugar or worse). They also consume 200 pounds of… Continue Reading →

Edible Flowers

This post was originally published on this siteI like to use edible flowers – both fresh and dried – in my cooking. The fragrance, the color, the range of petal shapes – it all makes them irresistible to me. Spring… Continue Reading →

How Committed Is Your State to Local Food?

This post was originally published on this siteSupporting local farms not only supports your local economy, it also allows you to know how your food was produced. Cornucopia encourages consumers to buy local and organic food whenever possible. Fresh food… Continue Reading →

Dear Mark: Increased Red Meat, Reduced Carb, Increased Death?

This post was originally published on this siteFor today’s edition of Dear Mark, I’m answering three questions. First, what’s the deal with the new Harvard study claiming that eating more red meat increases the death rate? Does it actually prove… Continue Reading →

Training the Brains of Warriors

This post was originally published on this siteThe bell rings, and the 21 cadets in Major Matt Jarman’s leadership class at Virginia Military Institute stand at attention as their highest-ranking classmate salutes the professor. Though the weather outside is mild,… Continue Reading →

When Mindful Awareness Meets Sexual Desire

This post was originally published on this siteShelina was a typical 48-year-old married woman and mother of two. She had a thriving career as the lead realtor at her firm, her teenage children were well adjusted and confident, and she… Continue Reading →

What My Dog Taught Me About Acceptance

This post was originally published on this siteStretched into a Downward Facing Dog pose in a yoga class, I listened as the instructor talked about the “cycle of acceptance.” Modeled on Elisabeth Kübler-Ross’s five stages of loss and grief, the… Continue Reading →

Bringing Mindfulness to Students Suffering from Trauma

This post was originally published on this siteJG Larochette’s first word—“ball”—was an early sign that he would find presence not in stillness but in motion. As he grew up, the baseball diamond and soccer field were his refuge. And after… Continue Reading →

A Self-Guided Day of Mindfulness

This post was originally published on this siteMove. When you start your day on autopilot—rolling from your pillow, to your phone’s notifications, to your coffee, and then to work without pause—you miss out on insights that could help shape the… Continue Reading →

Six Mindful Books We’re Reading This Summer

This post was originally published on this siteStranger in the Mirror: The Scientific Search For the Self Robert V. Levine • Robinson Dr. Robert V. Levine has taught psychology courses for over 50 years at California State University, Fresno, and… Continue Reading →

Is Your Mindfulness Practice a Political Statement?

This post was originally published on this siteLike so many deep and subtle questions, “Is mindfulness political?” requires a no & yes answer. Mindful extols the work of mindfulness teachers who teach in secular contexts. These teachers are very unlikely… Continue Reading →

What the Brains of Selfless People Teach Us About Empathy

This post was originally published on this siteTo get a sense of how the world views extraordinary altruism, consider what you go through if you want to donate a kidney to a stranger. Naturally, transplant centers demand rigorous screening to… Continue Reading →

Why Happiness Isn’t Always Comfortable

This post was originally published on this siteThuddd. That was the sound my body made when it slammed against the mat. Along with being a mindfulness teacher and psychotherapist, I am also an actor. Once upon a time, much to… Continue Reading →

Quiet Your Mind with this Focused Attention Meditation

This post was originally published on this siteYou know when you have something you need to do but you just can’t focus? Despite your earnest intention to get the job done, any (and every) distraction pulls at your attention like… Continue Reading →

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