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Peaches: Sign of Summer

This post was originally published on this siteNothing says summer like biting into a soft, ripe peach, with its sweet juices running down your chin. Although fresh peaches are sometimes available at other times of year, their texture may be… Continue Reading →

Progesterone Power

This post was originally published on this siteWomen have it so easy don’t they? Forget high heels and more expensive dry cleaning bills. Those are mild compared to menarche, menopause, and about forty years of menstruation in between. Under the… Continue Reading →

3 Key Components of Natural Cancer Support

This post was originally published on this siteBy Tom Fisher, R.N., B.A. Prior to becoming ill, I lived the Standard American Diet (SAD). This meant consuming copious amounts of meat, dairy and sugar. However, having been a collegiate athlete, I… Continue Reading →

Natural Remedies to Calm Asthma Symptoms

This post was originally published on this siteI typically rely on allergy relief remedies when seasonal allergies creep up, but some of the things that can trigger allergies can also trigger asthma. If you or your child suffer from asthma… Continue Reading →

Low-Fat Diets Rich in Fruits and Veggies May Reduce Women’s Risk of Breast Cancer Death, Study Finds

This post was originally published on this site A low-fat diet that prioritizes eating healthier foods like fruits and vegetables each day could lower a woman’s risk of dying from breast cancer, according to a multi-decade study published this month…. Continue Reading →

Managing Inflammatory Bowel Disease with a Plant-Based Diet

This post was originally published on this site Anti-inflammatory foods and an overall balanced diet have been proven to ease Inflammatory Bowel Disease symptoms. The post Managing Inflammatory Bowel Disease with a Plant-Based Diet appeared first on One Green Planet.

Keto diet credited for a decline in fruit sales

This post was originally published on this site Blue Book Services, a website that provides marketing information for the produce industry, says overall fruit sales are declining in the US. Why the recent downturn? The rising popularity of the keto… Continue Reading →

Digestive Issues? Is A Low FODMAP Diet Right For You?

This post was originally published on this siteThe Low FODMAP Diet is not a weight-loss diet, it is designed for people with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and is sometimes recommended for treatment of inflammatory bowel disease. Digestive symptoms can include… Continue Reading →

Smart diapers exposing babies to wireless radiation 24/7

This post was originally published on this site (NaturalHealth365) The ‘Internet of Things’ has set its sights on having the ability to monitor just about everything in our world – including your baby’s smart diapers.  I’m not kidding … a… Continue Reading →

Why Calcium Propionate Is Strongly Linked to Diabetes and Autism

This post was originally published on this siteThe degree to which a food has been altered during preparation lies on a continuum. Anything not directly harvested from the vine, ground, bush or tree has undergone some degree of processing. Processing… Continue Reading →

US Doctors Are Turning to Mindfulness to Help Heal Healthcare

This post was originally published on this siteWhen we or our family members fall ill, we rely on caring doctors, nurses, EMTs and other caregivers to help us through tough times. But at this moment, these caregivers need our help…. Continue Reading →

Adverse Effects of Antipsychotic Drugs in Children

This post was originally published on this site We’ve all wished for it at one time or another. It may have been with your son who can’t sit still in school, your niece who was throwing a temper-tantrum, or a… Continue Reading →

9 Soothing Wall Stretches to Release Low Back & Hip Pain

This post was originally published on this siteHave you ever noticed that pain in your lower back and hips seem to come hand-in-hand? Here’s how… The post 9 Soothing Wall Stretches to Release Low Back & Hip Pain appeared first… Continue Reading →

7 Wrist Stretches to Undo The Damage of Typing All Day

This post was originally published on this siteShow your overworked wrists some love with these soothing stretches.If you’ve found yourself with sudden wrist pain, your… The post 7 Wrist Stretches to Undo The Damage of Typing All Day appeared first… Continue Reading →

Update: Wheat Belly safe flours and meals

This post was originally published on this site  So you kiss all things wheat and grains goodbye. And you’ve come to learn that gluten-free foods made with replacement flours like cornstarch, tapioca starch, potato flour, and rice starch are incredibly… Continue Reading →

Don’t be Caught off Gourd by GMO Zucchini

This post was originally published on this site Zucchini, a delicious type of summer squash, is one of the lesser-known GMO risk crops. It is almost exclusively grown in the United States. There are only about 2,500 acres of GMO… Continue Reading →

Skipping Breakfast. Is Weight Loss Worth the Risks?

This post was originally published on this siteI’ve long advocated against skipping breakfast, as traditional societies always took care to eat well in the morning. I’ve taken a bit of heat for this position, particularly from those that love their… Continue Reading →

The Plant-Based Keto Beverage That Will Elevate Your Ketotarian Lifestyle

This post was originally published on this siteThe veggie-loaded keto beverage I am currently loving. The post The Plant-Based Keto Beverage That Will Elevate Your Ketotarian Lifestyle appeared first on Dr. Will Cole.

A Gutsy Girl Leggings

This post was originally published on this siteDear Gutsy BFF’s, guess what we have coming?! Our very own A Gutsy Girl Leggings. Ahhhhh….I’m so excited to finally share this with Y’all. I have been keeping it a secret for quite some time… Continue Reading →

Diet Doctor Podcast #20 — Dr. Ryan Lowery

This post was originally published on this site 82 views Dr. Ryan Lowery has firmly established himself as one of the leading researchers and thought leaders in the field of ketogenic lifestyles. He has clinical experience and research spanning from… Continue Reading →

Famous chef José Andrés wants to hire lunchroom worker fired for giving free food to student

This post was originally published on this siteFor the last four years, Bonnie Kimball has been a lunch room attendant at a New Hampshire high school. But no more. She was recently let go for letting a student take food… Continue Reading →

How to Make & Use Dried Flowers for Decor, Tinctures, and More

This post was originally published on this siteWe use a lot of flowers around here for purposes other than decoration, from calendula for skin to dandelions for iced dandelion lime tea. While I enjoy a vase of fresh flowers as much as… Continue Reading →

If your dentist recommends this, consider finding a new dentist

This post was originally published on this siteWritten by Dr. Joseph Mercola Root canal treated teeth may harbor harmful microbes, the toxic metabolic waste products of which can have systemic health impacts and contribute to a variety of chronic diseases…. Continue Reading →

Significance of the A Gutsy Girl Logo

This post was originally published on this siteI’m often asked about the significance of the A Gutsy Girl logo.  Today I’ll share it. Even though people think this little stomach icon is cute and funny, it’s definitely not my logo…. Continue Reading →

5 Surprising Food Habits That Raise Your Blood Sugar

This post was originally published on this site You know sugar causes blood sugar swings, but do you know what else does? It might surprise you to learn of some other things that can also cause blood sugar imbalance. Check… Continue Reading →

7 Useful Things That Aren’t Plants But Are Great to Include in Your Garden

This post was originally published on this site While all such elements might not be necessary in every garden or ecosystem, the inclusion and combination of many is certainly a good idea that’ll help landscapers produce positive results. And, there… Continue Reading →

Beet and Carrot Greens: How to Use Them Instead of Tossing Them

This post was originally published on this site The next time you visit the farmers’ market and they ask if you want the tops of your beets and carrots cut off, politely decline. The farmers will probably smile because they… Continue Reading →

Father’s Day Gift Ideas

This post was originally published on this site Father’s Day is is around the corner (June 16th), and we rounded up some of our favorite Father’s Day gift … The post Father’s Day Gift Ideas appeared first on Lexi’s Clean… Continue Reading →

10 Natural Benefits of Dates and The Tastiest Ways to Enjoy Them

This post was originally published on this siteBringing a whole new meaning to date night.Dried dates are more than just another fruit or natural sweetener.… The post 10 Natural Benefits of Dates and The Tastiest Ways to Enjoy Them appeared… Continue Reading →

9 Calcium-Rich Foods To Add To Your Diet

This post was originally published on this siteMany foods are excellent sources of calcium. This is great news as it seems clear that getting calcium from your diet is favored over supplementation, although you may need to supplement some to… Continue Reading →

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