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Support Yourself From the Ground Up

Anyone who has experienced foot problems understands all too well that it can affect the rest of the body. The feet are your foundation, much like the foundation of a Read More

The Fundamentals of Fiber

Most people don’t eat enough fiber, despite its health benefits – research evidence links inadequate fiber intake with conditions such as heart disease, type 2 diabetes, inflammation of the intestine Read More

Fat on the Inside

Thin may be in, but flabby is definitely out. Some doctors now believe the fat surrounding organs such as the heart, liver and pancreas may be as dangerous (if not Read More

Ditch the Pinch

Salt is America’s favorite seasoning for flavoring our food. Although our bodies require some sodium, adding a pinch of salt to spice up your vegetables, scrambled eggs or baked potato Read More

The Calcium Question: Are You Getting Enough?

An estimated 55 percent of men and 78 percent of women over the age of 20 are not getting enough calcium in their diets. The following are a few strategies and Read More

Open Up to Full-Body Health

People fear the dentist more than any other medical professional. There’s something about the sharp tools and high-pitched hum of the drill that makes us dread those biannual visits. But Read More

10 Ways to Prevent Cancer

10 Ways to Prevent Cancer Posted on January 1, 2007 by admin 1. Food supply/eating habits: Consume a plant-based diet rich in fruits and vegetables; minimize starchy foods. 2. Vegetable and fruit Read More

Cholesterol and Kids: Wait, Don’t Medicate

Believe it or not, kids are developing high cholesterol these days, and they’re actually being put on medication to help reduce it. Funny thing is, research suggests it may go Read More

Increased Caffeine Intake Could Lead to Miscarriage

With today’s busy schedules, many Americans would probably admit to being addicted to caffeine. For women who become pregnant, giving up those daily diet Cokes or morning sojourns to Starbucks Read More

Folate Helps Teens Get Better Grades in School

A new study found that the amount of folate (folic acid) consumed by teens can impact how they do in school. Specifically the study found that “folate intake had a Read More

Eating Lots of Fish Can Reduce Diabetes Risk in Men

Another reason for men to eat seafood is found in a new study from Japan. Researchers there determined that “In a population with high fish and seafood intake, fish consumption Read More

More Potassium, Less Sodium

The ratio between your sodium (salt) intake and your potassium intake can have an impact on your health. A recent study found that “higher sodium-potassium ratio is associated with significantly Read More

Secondhand Smoke Causes Hearing Loss in Teens

Approximately 60% of children are exposed to secondhand smoke. In addition to the more obvious health dangers, a new study found that this exposure can also cause hearing loss as Read More

Bottle Feeding May Contribute to Obesity

Experts are discovering that obesity can begin even before children enter elementary school. A recent study found that bottle feeding can actually contribute to obesity in children. According to the Read More

Mom’s Antidepressant Use Greatly Increases Risk of Autism in Newborns

According to a report released by the National Center for Health Statistics, approximately one out of every 10 Americans over the age of 12 is taking antidepressants. Women are more Read More

3 Causes of Low Energy

  What most affects your personal energy level? The Meal Food affects our energy on many different levels. Don’t eat enough and you’ll feel tired; eat too much and you’ll feel sluggish. The Read More

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