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  1. 6 Ways to Prevent Kidney Stones from Forming

    6 Ways to Prevent Kidney Stones from Forming
    Around one million Americans develop kidney stones every year. Unfortunately, according to Harvard Medical, once you have had a kidney stone, the chances are high that they will recur. Kidney stones are formed when minerals in the urine crystallize. If you have gone through the pain of passing...
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  2. Rediscover the Magic of Spring with Natural Allergy Relief

    Rediscover the Magic of Spring with Natural Allergy Relief
    Spring is typically the most difficult season of all for allergy sufferers and 40 million Americans will spend the next several weeks dealing with itchy eyes, runny noses, persistent coughs and perpetual sneezes. Allergy symptoms are usually triggered by pollen in the air. Pollens are tiny po...
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  3. Blend, Don’t Juice

    Blend, Don’t Juice
    Juicing is loved by countless "health nuts" around the world, and it does have its place in a healthy diet. Juicing does providing a great deal of nutrition , but the results are lacking in fiber. Further, depending upon what you are juicing, you may be left with a final juice that is ...
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  4. Can Saturated Fat Be Good for You?

    Can Saturated Fat Be Good for You?
    Health-conscious individuals used to steer clear of coconut oil because of its classification as a saturated fat. Recently, however, researchers have uncovered some very different properties and causing a reversal of opinion about the health benefits of this tropical wonder. The difference? Coco...
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  5. Agave as a Health Food Uncovering the Myths

    Agave as a Health Food Uncovering the Myths
    Agave is often listed as a health food. After all, it is naturally sourced and agave extract is known to have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Unfortunately, manufactured blue agave syrup, also cleverly marketed as “nectar of the gods”, is closer to high-fructose corn syrup than ac...
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  6. Interval Training Health Benefits

    Interval Training Health Benefits
    Are you familiar with interval training? There is plenty of evidence that interval training can benefit your health in many ways ranging from improving heart health to fighting diabetes . Most certainly interval training greatly assists with weight loss. The good news is that i...
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  7. Organic Isn’t Always the Way to Go

    Organic Isn’t Always the Way to Go
    For many healthy conscious individuals, it may come as something of a surprise to learn that "going organic" isn't necessarily always the best or optimal pick. The reasons that this is the situation are not instantly obvious at first glance, but in fact take a degree of reflection to discern....
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  8. Is Coffee a Health Risk?

    Is Coffee a Health Risk?
    Lattes, mochas, Americanos or a strong cup of Joe…coffee is #2 on the list of most-traded commodities in the world, second only to oil. As some of us just can’t seem to get by without coffee, it is important to know the facts when it comes to our health. The Good News It has been suggest...
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  9. The Dangers of Splenda

    The Dangers of Splenda
    In the ongoing battle against obesity, the artificial sweetener industry has massively expanded over the last 30 years. When aspartame was found to have possibly dangerous side effects to health as it penetrates the blood-brain barrier, Splenda came to the fore, promoting itself as “made from sugar...
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  10. Fatigue and Exhaustion and Cortisol Levels

    Fatigue and Exhaustion and Cortisol Levels
    Did you know that there is a link between your cortisol levels and fatigue and exhaustion? You might not have heard of cortisol, but it might be one of the most important factors in your life, whether you realize it or not. Cortisol is a stress hormone that your body produces when you a...
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