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The Difference Between Organic and Natural

by Jordan Syatt | 09/07/12 In many respects, making healthier food choices has recently become far easier than it’s been in the past. From caloric content being displayed on menus, to the USDA’s new My Plate design, and of course the remarkable amount of information…

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“EAT LESS MOVE MORE” IS BULLSHIT

Project Body Smart – Although this statement has some weight and taken in a general context can be helpful.  James Fell makes some great points.  It’s not that simple for the majority of the population trying to release a significant amount of body fat. Especially…

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Mood food:

How to fight depression naturally with nutrition By Camille DePutter Can you eat your way to a better state of mind? Making certain changes to your diet might help with depression. Want to listen instead of read? Download the audio recording here… Want to learn how…

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“I Don’t Have Time”

Not a valid excuse Yep. Don’t tell me you don’t have time. You choose not to spend the time. That’s OK. Who am I to tell you when and where to spend your time. But if you really want to be healthier you NEED to…

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6 Ways to Boost Your Immunity by Christmas

By  Justine Lorelle LoMonaco Credit: Getty Images The holiday season is a war zone for your immune system, rife with germy airplane cabins, family induced stress, and the punch bowl at your office holiday party. It takes everything you have just to avoid feeling under…

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DO WE get all the nutrients we need from our food alone???

WE DO NOT GET ALL THE NUTRIENTS WE NEED FROM FOOD ALONE National surveys show that Americans do not get all the nutrients they need from food alone. I would expect that it is similar throughout the EU, Australia, Philippines, Asia, or North America. Recent…

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Selenium- Good for the Heart?

Research suggests there may be multiple reasons the trace mineral selenium is good for the heart. HEALTHY SELENIUM LEVELS ARE ASSOCIATED WITH LOWER PLASMA HOMOCYSTEINE The association of selenium status with the risk of heart disease has assumed to be due to its role in…

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4 Things That Practically Guarantee a Holiday Hangover:

 USANA’s Dr. Dixon Tells You What NOT To Do SALT LAKE CITY, Dec. 12, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Holidays are all about celebrating with new and old friends; however, they can also lead to hangovers…they are bound to happen. What if you knew better? Dr. Brian Dixon,…

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