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Omega 3 fatty acids may help smokers

At a GlanceA new study has shown that smokers taking 2 grams of fish oil from supplements daily show a significant improvement in blood vessel response to clotting and dilation, resulting in increased blood flow and improved vascular health.Read more about this research below. Cigarette…

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Health and fitness and the benefits of USANA Health Sciences.

USANA Health Sciences – Healthy Outlook :: Home.    

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Stir Fried Chicken and Vegetables in minutes

The Chicken was left over from the night before and the Gyoza was from the weekend food prep for the week.   Chop.  Bock Choy, Carrots, Green Onions, Red Pepper, Chicken Breast       Stir fry in deep pan.  Paul used a little coconut oil.    …

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USANA Surpasses Company Record With More Than 85 Awards In 2012 — SALT LAKE CITY, Jan. 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ —

USANA Surpasses Company Record With More Than 85 Awards In 2012 — SALT LAKE CITY, Jan. 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ —.

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Is that Calamari or Sliced Pig Rectum?

I couldn’t resist.  Maybe it’s just me but this made me laugh.  All around the world we eat all kinds of animal parts. Why not pig rectum. Imitation Calamari Investigated By This American Life, Suggested To Have Dubious, Pork-Based Origin.

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Change your mind to be healthy

Being healthy is a mindset.  Change how you think of health. It’s not all about weight, food and the next fad diet or miracle pill.  Look at your life not your body and what do you see?  Is it balanced between work, kids, education, fun,…

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Glass Storage for Food

Try to store as much of your food in glass containers as possible to avoid toxic chemicals leaching into your foods. We’ve almost got all converted over.    

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Carotenoids linked to lower rate of prostate cancer

  At a GlanceHigher intakes of dietary carotenoids such as beta-carotene, lycopene, lutein and zeaxanthin may be associated with a significant reduction in prostate cancer risk.Read more about this research below. The dietary carotenoid lycopene, which gives tomatoes and watermelon their red color, has been…

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