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Prescribing low-carb diets for type 2 diabetes: many approaches can work

This post was originally published on this site As the number of doctors, dietitians, and other diabetes specialists interested in carb restriction continues to grow, questions inevitably arise. How many carbs per day should people with diabetes eat? Are targets… Continue Reading →

Introducing Truvani’s Glorious Gut Probiotic Supplement

This post was originally published on this siteI’m a big believer that your overall (mind and body) health starts in the gut. After experiencing a health crisis and changing my diet, I found an incredible health practitioner who recommended I… Continue Reading →

Drug-Resistant Salmonella Linked to Overuse of Antibiotics in Cattle Farming

This post was originally published on this site The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) warned Thursday of a drug-resistant strain of salmonella newport linked to the overuse of antibiotics in cattle farming. The strain sickened 255 people in… Continue Reading →

The wishes that low carb didn’t fulfill

This post was originally published on this siteThe low-carb diet has helped me with many things, including finding this job, but this column is not going to be about them. The post The wishes that low carb didn’t fulfill appeared… Continue Reading →

Self-Care During Massive Grief

This post was originally published on this siteI’m going to share with you some key ways I’ve been practicing self-care during massive grief. You think this is going to be a personal post, but it’s actually not – it has everything… Continue Reading →

Managing Addison’s Disease Symptoms With Plant-Based Sources of Sodium

This post was originally published on this site Here’s all you need to know about managing the autoimmune disease, Addison’s Disease with plant-based sources of sodium! The post Managing Addison’s Disease Symptoms With Plant-Based Sources of Sodium appeared first on… Continue Reading →

How to Sprout Your Own Plant-Based Foods at Home!

This post was originally published on this site How do you go about getting your daily dose of super-healthy sprouted foods? Turns out, you can actually create your own mini sprouting garden at home! The post How to Sprout Your… Continue Reading →

Why Are We Drugging Our Children for the Way They Behave?

This post was originally published on this site We stand at a crossroads in medicine today. Having practiced developmental pediatrics for the past 30 years, I have become increasingly frustrated by an alarming trend and find myself asking why we… Continue Reading →

50 Years of the Little Things

This post was originally published on this site I have always loved my birthday. Even as a child I planned my own birthday parties. I would ask my mother if we could take out the linen tablecloths, fine china, and… Continue Reading →

3 Simple Ways to Strengthen Your Relationships

This post was originally published on this siteHaving strong relationships is one of the single greatest predictors of wellness, happiness, and longevity. And our connections flourish when we take time to get to know ourselves, and others, better. Here are… Continue Reading →

Up Your Protein Intake With These 6 Satisfying Lunch Suggestions!

This post was originally published on this siteWant a noontime meal that will cost less, taste better, and provide more nutrition than most dining-out options? Try the following – each is easy to make and will fill you up without… Continue Reading →

4 facts about 5G technology the telecom industry does not want you to know

This post was originally published on this site (NaturalHealth365) If you’ve watched any television or Hulu recently, you’ve probably noticed telecom industry commercials touting the “next generation of mobile communication.” Next generation?  Sure, but the future 5G network doesn’t come… Continue Reading →

Meet a trendy, designer vegetable — the cucamelon

This post was originally published on this siteYou may have seen large and small varieties of watermelons at your local supermarket, featuring not only deep coral-colored fruit, but varying hues of orange, yellow and white, with rinds having the typical… Continue Reading →

What to plant now to maximize your harvest

This post was originally published on this site Table of Contents Plan a bountiful low-maintenance fall harvest Your best fall garden vegetable choices Succession planting expands your harvest Cover crops aren’t just for large farms Planting and caring for your… Continue Reading →

The Life That Food Contains

This post was originally published on this siteOver the last several decades science has finally diminished some of its arrogance and begun to explore the natural chemical elements in vegan food. Such findings are the antioxidant effect, the phytonutrients and… Continue Reading →

How to Grow Wheatgrass

This post was originally published on this siteSpend as little as $1 per week to grow your own wheatgrass juice at home. All you need is a wheatgrass juicer and growing supplies.  Our goal at Hippocrates is to make following… Continue Reading →

Your Hormones and Weight Loss

This post was originally published on this site Fat, rolls, extra padding, or pretty much any negative word that’s synonymous with extra weight comes with numerous stereotypes that usually make us cringe. In fact, usually after any of these horrid… Continue Reading →

Think Twice Before Getting Another IoT Device

This post was originally published on this site Here at The Hearty Soul, we are always trying to deliver the best health and wellness advice with a prime focus on nutrition and lifestyle. However, we are going to deviate, but… Continue Reading →

How to Throw a Vegan Cookout Everyone Will Enjoy (Even Non-Vegans)

This post was originally published on this site If you follow a plant-based/vegan life-style, no doubt your omnivorous friends might enjoy gently ribbing you about your choices. However, they love and want to spend time with you — and that… Continue Reading →

Varicose Veins: The 10 Best Natural Remedies to Try

This post was originally published on this site Varicose veins are a common condition in which enlarged veins are visible through the skin. Though varicose veins are usually unrelated to any serious medical conditions, some people feel uncomfortable because of… Continue Reading →

The Perks of Living Near Grandma

This post was originally published on this site Many of us underestimate the power of grandparents. Often times when we finally appreciate grandma, we’re too old to recreate those experiences.  If you spent much of your childhood with your grandma,… Continue Reading →

A Small Tampa Company is Working on a Big Breakthrough: A Cancer Vaccine

This post was originally published on this site A husband and wife team in Tampa have made progress on a years-long project to design a “cancer vaccine”. Scientists Dr. Michael and Dr. Patricia Lawman founded their research company, Morphogenesis, in… Continue Reading →

9 Popular Drugs Linked to Dementia and Memory Loss

This post was originally published on this site Any time you take a medication, weighing the risks and benefits of the drug is a must. And now we must ask ourselves, “Is this one of the drugs linked to dementia… Continue Reading →

Child Drowned from Puddle Jumper

This post was originally published on this site “One year ago, I unknowingly contributed to my son’s death by strapping on this damn puddle jumper.” This is the story of Nicole Hughes, mother of three-year-old Levi, who had drowned in… Continue Reading →

Seeing Faces In Things May be a Sign of Neuroticism

This post was originally published on this site Some people tend to see faces in everything, from clouds to bubbling cheese on pizza to raindrops on a foggy window. They may try to point out these findings to others. ‘Hey… Continue Reading →

Recovery Workouts: Two Simple But Powerful Ways to Speed Fitness Recovery

This post was originally published on this siteFor my entire athletic career, I considered the gold standard of recovery to be sleeping, resting on the couch watching T.V., and generally being still and inactive. Come on, what could be more… Continue Reading →

DANIELLE’S DIGEST: WEEK OF AUGUST 19TH

This post was originally published on this siteHi Guys! This week was the first “normal” week we have had in a long time- still crazy busy- but it happened as scheduled. School drop-off and pick-up, lunchbox prep, dinner prep, work,… Continue Reading →

How Mindful Leaders Can Heal Trauma

This post was originally published on this site San Francisco is in the midst of probably the worst housing crisis in the country, and the San Francisco Department of Public Health is tasked with stewarding the health of the city… Continue Reading →

The Future Of America’s Recycling Industry + More Trending Stories

This post was originally published on this siteThe wellness news everyone is talking about from this last week. The post The Future Of America’s Recycling Industry + More Trending Stories appeared first on Dr. Will Cole.

This Chronic Life: Meet Miss Diagnoses

This post was originally published on this siteReal and inspiring stories from/voices of the chronic illness community By Jenny Lelwica Buttaccio Posted 8/23/19 Her illustrations and comics circulate far and wide among the chronic illness community on social media. They’re… Continue Reading →

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